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TinyLily / Re: Uploading Code to the TinyLily
« on: September 03, 2013, 12:30:14 PM »
hahaha... You sent me a curse!!! Today I get this message!!!

For one moment I thought I will have the same problem... But I solve it. UNPLUG every cable, make the tiny lily be free from everything. Then send the program and it works.

I see a problem like this when I plug my original arduino in a bad config. Just unplug and it works again.

TinyLily / Re: Uploading Code to the TinyLily
« on: September 02, 2013, 08:18:15 PM »
Lol.. Did you try to use different TinyLily Mini USB Adapter? Maybe you broke it :)

If you was like me, I buy various TinyLily and only one USB Adapter. If you broke it, will need a new one (or try to fix it).

TinyLily / Re: Can I make Tiny Lily even smaller?
« on: July 23, 2013, 05:45:26 PM »
Yes. I want to cut part of the PCB.

The tiny lily has 14 mm diameter, but I want to put it in a space with 11mm diameter. The question is: There are middle things in the PCB that I can damage if I cut the border area?

I am a beginner in electronic (but I am studying). This question may sound stupid :) But I can pay for someone to do it for me. Other idea was disassemble the chip and the other 3 electronic "things" and rebuild it in a dirty but smaller way.

Do you thing this idea are idiot? Or this "can be" possible?

TinyLily / Can I make Tiny Lily even smaller?
« on: July 22, 2013, 04:44:39 PM »
If I make a very careful soldering and very small, can I cut the entire entire area with the soldering holes without damaging the device?

In others words: What is the smaller radious I can cut and not damage the Tiny Lily circuit?

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