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That's a good question. I confirmed last night that an S22 (Ultra) does not support it even with OneUI 6.0 / Android 14 installed. MEP…
16/02/2024 - 14:27
Perfect, thank you!
15/02/2024 - 17:15
Thank you for testing! So if you disable SIM 1, it works fine with both eSIM 1 and eSIM 2 enabled? If so, that's great, exactly what I was…
14/02/2024 - 16:49
That's not quite the same thing as dual-eSIM, where you can have two different eSIMs active at the same time. That's the bit I'm interested…
14/02/2024 - 15:01
I'm considering a new phone and want one that supports dual-eSIM. It's supported on the Pixel 8, and should be [part of…
14/02/2024 - 13:56
Lower latency and better localised search results, primarily. Roaming sometimes means your connections get routed back to the issuer's…
09/02/2024 - 16:16
Ah, that is unfortunate. I was looking at TravelKon who have an option for Docomo IIJ eSIMs, since local is usually my preference. Thanks…
08/02/2024 - 23:27
What network do you use in Japan? Are they fully local or roaming?
08/02/2024 - 20:25
They wouldn't be, since the RCM is only required if it's above 50 V AC / 120 V DC.
04/02/2024 - 12:08
All 100W needs is thick though power conductors and an eMarker chip to indicate the supported power level. Meanwhile higher transfer rates…
31/01/2024 - 06:29
100Mbit ethernet is a joke for Skylake gen. Especially when small boards like this are likely to be used for home servers or media PCs.
29/01/2024 - 15:53
Many years ago at the height of the Li-ion scare they replaced a new tablet with faulty speakers. But they needed me to send the old one…
21/01/2024 - 15:48
70% works better as a disinfectant. Higher concentrations apparently act too fast and don't penetrate cell walls as effectively:…
20/12/2023 - 14:19
100% (90%+) is typical for cleaning electronics (PCBs). 70% is best as a disinfectant. I suppose you could use it at 50% for general…
20/12/2023 - 14:16
I actually find I end up further away from laptop screens, because they're attached to the keyboard and would require leaning down to be…
18/12/2023 - 10:49
I've used them before in NUCs with constant writes that burn through a SSD's endurance. Boot speeds and high IOPS don't always matter for a…
11/12/2023 - 18:43
The generation and therefore architecture matters far more. Any Atom-class uArch prior to Gracemont is pointless, and even Gracemont is…
10/12/2023 - 16:04
Happened to a few of mine recently. First one resolved after a couple days and tracked/delivered as normal. The other one spent a week in…
04/12/2023 - 13:34
It won't be cheap but a parcel forwarder might be your best bet. Keeps everything in the normal flow rather than trying to arrange a pickup…
30/11/2023 - 12:10
Because there's a variant that does do PoE, and Amazon groups the two together. If you look at the subheading of those reviews they're for…
04/11/2023 - 17:59
The device decides what voltage it wants and requests that from the power supply ("charger"). All negotiation is initiated by the device,…
02/11/2023 - 14:54
The power supply is capable of those currents at those voltages. The device negotiates which voltage it wants with the supply, in this case…
02/11/2023 - 14:29
Broadly similar to https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/790611, so baseline $235. The GPU seems to go average $130 used (ignore the low…
23/10/2023 - 07:42
Yes, that is what I assumed. Still do, actually. > it caps out at 5V 3.5A per plug And how do you propose they did this? Keep in mind that…
09/10/2023 - 16:59
How do you expect it to? Do you really think they'd have the active electronics in the splitting component necessary to detect when there's…
09/10/2023 - 12:30
There's no way the cable can guarantee that. It'd be up to the user to make sure nothing connected will negotiate higher.
09/10/2023 - 12:20
> the fact you can charge using all three variants simultaneously That sounds dangerous. It might work if everything is at 5V, but if one…
09/10/2023 - 02:40
I'm not sure what you're expecting from that "communication". Of the four pins: * SENSE0, required, tells card max power limits, present on…
12/09/2023 - 14:04
Unfortunately it's more like $200 for a (second hand) low profile card. You could maybe run a full height one with the side panel off, but…
07/09/2023 - 15:09
Not necessarily. HDMI and DVI use compatible signalling, DP does not. You'll need an active adapter to go between pure DP and HDMI.…
07/09/2023 - 15:04
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