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dienwade83

Sep 1, 2015, 4:23 AM

installing about 25 low power (.2W) LED's around deck for accent lighting.

Hello

I am going to be installing about 25 low power (.2W) LED's around deck for accent lighting.

I would like to power them off a single 20W mean well outdoor transformer.
http://www.supernight.cc/dc-12v-20a-regulated-switch ... »

I have a lot of older style X10 modules, appliance modules (AM466), motion sensors and the X10 sundowner (SD533) that I usually use for Christmas lighting

I would like to use the sundowner to control the AM466 which the transformer would be plugged into.

Has anyone done this or have any suggestions. I'm on a budget and would like to use what I have but would appreciate feedback before I purchase the transformer.

thanks in advance.
-Jomal
will54880

Aug 3, 2011, 2:43 PM

HTC Nexus One (at&t 3G bands) + Straight Talk $45 /month plan =

Awesome!!!
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
island-guy

May 12, 2011, 4:34 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

No atrix support?!

Thanks a lot motorola Mad ?
What are these strict requirements?
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MadFatMan

May 16, 2011, 11:23 AM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

Yet ANOTHER reason to go with Sprint!

Any clue what this FREE application would do to your bill if you had data capped or tiered at 2GB or how your user experience would be compromised if you were throttled after exceeding what you carrier called heavy usage? It's NOT "pretty".

Between steaming Pandora on my car stereo or streaming Netflix to my tv via my EVO by way of HDMI video out my monthly data usage is sick! But this allows my EVO to live up to being the swiss army knife of moviles devices and that's not even addressing everything else that it can do for me when I don't have to watch my data use or worry about high bills or throttling my data speeds.

This is by far one of the more impressive apps since Slingbox and Pandora. Great 1st release!
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SquareCircuit

May 12, 2011, 4:46 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

Video out , 1GHZ and probally certain amount of ram

i believe it probably has to do a lot with the graphics capability of the phone for video out ,

i am no expert but i just assume that's why the Evo has support for it

anyone else know about other requirements that could be the reason some got skipped?'

sorry for the bad sentences long long day..
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cutboy1985

May 14, 2011, 10:00 AM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

CAN'T FIND IT!

I have the HTC Thunderbolt and can't locate it.
aviris

May 12, 2011, 4:36 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

No Galaxy S?

Really? That's nice and all for the other phones, but way to drop the ball on the same phone on 4 different carriers with the same specs as the others and a superior screen. Bravo.
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RobbieJnn

May 12, 2011, 4:20 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

yesssssss

slow time at work just received a swift kick in the family jewels
ECANTU

Jun 8, 2010, 10:47 AM

anyone

I was wondering if anyone has gotten their Froyo 2.2 update yet. not the self installed one but the one Google is pushing out.
murmermer

Mar 30, 2010, 3:40 PM

The Cake is a LIE! THE SCREEN IS A LIE!!!

I will be completely honest I am an avid iPhone user. I love my iPhone and when I drop it i feel like I am dropping my baby.

That being said I respect Google for entering the Wireless realm. I think they have done nothing but put a fire under Apples arse and hopefully will lead to more/better features for both the iPhone OS and Android.

The screen on the Nexus one is a LIE!! the true resolution is only 653 x 392.

I have a brother in the Marines, he just came back being stationed in Japan and wanted to spend some of his hard earned cash on a TOP of the line smartphone. Knowing AT&T service in California was a joke he opted for T-mobiles Nexus one. He was playing with it for a while and downloaded a book app called Aldiko and not...
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64innj

Feb 16, 2010, 9:45 PM

Insurance for the Nexus One

I got a question about insurance. I am thinking about getting this phone and I already have T-Mobile service. Can you get insurance on the Nexus One? and if you can who do you go with, Google or T-Mobile?
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HersSheyz

Apr 6, 2010, 8:49 PM

When will this be available for sprint?

My dad is goin to end my contract with verizon early. I want the nexus one but he wants to put me on sprint with my aunt for a discount. I DO NOT WANT THE UGLY HERO
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scrubzphan

Apr 13, 2010, 2:24 PM

Email Troubles

I got my Nexus One about a week ago and I can't for the life of me get my personal yahoo email to work on my phone had no problem when I had my MT3G but on this one it says that I need to check my name and password which are correct cause it has no problem signing in to it on my laptop at all if anyone has had this problem and has any advice it would be much appreciated thanks.
scrubzphan

Apr 8, 2010, 12:46 AM

LED Indicator Light

My LED indicator light or battery indicator light doesn't blink when i have a new email or voicemail or text message and wanted to know if its just my phone or if the nexus one just doesn't blink when you get a message or something cause the only thing that lights up is the trackball and screen. If anyone can help me that would be great i tried downloading chompsms so i could change the color of the LED blink but it wont do anything even when I do a test notification on it. Don't want to have to return it if I got a dud or go back to the HD2.

Thanks Again.
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TrumpetMan

Jan 9, 2010, 9:58 AM

Droid or Nexus, Droid or Nexus, Droid or Nexus, Droid or Nexus, Droid or Nexus,

Droid or Nexus, my contract is up next month now I really can't decide. I sure do like the look of the Nexus but the Droid has kinda grown on me also. I don't mind waiting for it to come to Verizon in the spring; that will actually give me time to read more first hand reviews. I never really needed an actually keyboard but that has grown on me also since the Droid is so thin.

Droid or Nexus, Droid or Nexus, decisions decisions decisions.......

I bet I'm not alone, and it's finally nice to be a Verizon customer and to have so many great choices.
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johnnj2003

Feb 13, 2010, 10:11 PM

voice dialing over bluetooth on the Nexus One????

Can you do voice dialing over the bluetooth.
I cannot do this on the DROID, I have to touch the phone Voice dial icon on the screen then once the call is started it hands off the call to the Bluetooth headset.

All bluetooth phones have been able to do voice dialed calls for many years now.
For some reason the Motorola DROID cant do it right now.

I would love to know from any Nexus owners if they can start a call, using voice dial.
Using only the button on the bluetooth headset.

I am asking Nexus owners this because the 2.1 update for the DROID is supposed to have a lot of things the Nexus has including features and OS updates.

Also, since its state law on using handheld phones in a lot of states now its nuts that this is even ...
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edeskins

Mar 17, 2010, 5:49 AM

In Store

Will this phone end up being available in stores next week.... ?????
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slowandlong1

Mar 17, 2010, 3:14 AM

3G for AT&T

AT&T gets some 3G love,finally. Very Happy
Ms. Matrix

Feb 11, 2010, 7:30 PM

Battery life on the Nexus

Hey all, I really want to get this phone and I think I'm going to get it(hopefully) but I'm reading A LOT of complaints about battery life. Some people who has it are giving advice on ways to save more energy. I know it's a very high powered phone and you could tell it will use a lot of juice.

Are any of you guys/gals having issues with the battery and what do you think? So far from the reviews I'm reading here about it, nobody has any cons on the battery.

Thanks!
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rocknsymphonics

Feb 27, 2010, 3:36 PM

Technical Support for Nexus One: Here

"For technical support, please contact Nexus One support from Google at 1-888-48-NEXUS (or 1-888-486-3987). Open daily from 7:00 am EST to 10:00 pm EST."

Don't hesitate to call.
 
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