I haven’t played my Nintendo in 4 years. I really miss it. I’m thinking about buying the new 3ds because mine broke.
Four years ago, I didn’t have a ounce of knowledge to fix it.
It can’t hold the charge. I opened it up and took a look at the the motherboard for burn spots. I’m so happy I didn’t find spots. I could never fix it. I would have to pay $90 for a new motherhood.
Harbor freight have some good deals so I went to buy a precision screwdriver set and soldering iron.
The skews were hard to take out, but I didn’t strip any. I solder the the power jack but it didn’t fix it.
I can’t buy anything online yet because my parents won’t let me. I’ll try at RadioShack and maybe they can order it for me. eBay has it for $3. I’ll look into.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft Corp. Wednesday agreed to buy the company behind Swift Key, a popular app that uses A.I to simplify typing on mobile keyboards. It’s like running your finger through letters to create words to make sentences.
“We believe joining Microsoft is the right next stage in our journey,” Reynolds and Medlock said in a joint blogpost on Wednesday. “Eight years ago we started out as two friends with a shared belief that there had to be a better way of typing on smartphones.
According to cnet.com, Windows 7 and 8.1 users have six months left to take advantage of the free Windows 10 upgrade. The software was release on July 29 and it’s good for one year. There have been signs that most people are jumping starting from windows 7 to windows 10.
Annoyingly, Microsoft have been doing pop-up reminders and in some ways it has triggered many people.
Also according to CNET, Windows 10 is still listed as an optional upgrade, but Microsoft said it will change that status to a recommended upgrade early this year, which could prompt more people to install it.
This is very stressful to people because they are forcing us to upgrade when there’s really not much to upgrade on, especially when I have windows 9.