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fulhair

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About fulhair

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    New Zealand

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  • Name
    Andy
  • 501st ID
    23277
  • 501st Unit
    Outpost 42

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  1. Thanks for the Offer. I managed to get to an armor party today and tried on a friend's pair of size 46 (Imperialboots.com) which fitted for width (just) so will go with a new pair of those as I know they'll fit.
  2. I'm a US size 10.5 2E and looking for some TK boots that would fit. - I'm assuming I'd need to go up to a size 11. TKboots.com don't have any more in the size 11 (I know a 10c size in theirs is too small) and the imperialboots.com say they are a 'narrow fitting' and so not sure how they's fit? Any suggestion on where to look? Would a size 12 be too big with insoles? I'd need to get these sent to New Zealand so want to get the size right. Cheers!
  3. Requesting 501st Access TKID : 23277 New Zealand Detachment ; Outpost 42 http://www.501st.com/members/displaymemberdetails.php?userID=25083
  4. Okay, fixed the problem! Was my usual problem of not following the instruction! DOH I was connecting the 3v and ground to another point on the board, but when I solder them directly to the pins, it worked. Let me be a lesson for others not how to do things Thanks for the help! I'm looking forward to trying this out at my first troop this weekend! Cheers Fulhair
  5. Thanks for the advice. I tried the serial monitor but it showed no activity when I tried to connect. Using the mic did show activity. I did try to source a HM-10 clone and the chip does say cc2451. Here's an image of it : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Mt9-nEn9S2GwOVyhrni2DSITkECD3MxjHA Will see next if it's my crappy soldering causing the problem then to find another bt module. Cheers!
  6. Hi, I've built my TK talkie and lovin' the effects but can't get the bluetooth module to pair with the talkie app. My phone can see the module and brings it up, but when I try to connect I get the following error. Failed to connect: name: MTL-BT05 id C8:FD:19:9C:CC:B0 errorMessage : Peripheral Disconnected Any advice on how to fix this? I've already tried swapping the tx/rx wires. Here's a screenshot of the error in the app: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nQ-zZ7ZHPAuWn5iB2fezBGPWI2UepCbB4w Cheers Fulhair
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