Start to hack, fix & create awesome things

Start to hack, fix & create awesome things

WARNING: IF THE DEVICE YOU’RE ABOUT TO OPEN IS WITHIN WARRANTY OR SIX YEARS OF OWNERSHIP THINK TWICE ABOUT THIS

It can take longer than just paying someone to do it, but it’s far more rewarding + generally much cheaper.
From making a device that warns you when someone has entered your room to fixing your broken mobile phone the possibilities are endless

1) Buy the right tools

You will need some decent tools, this selection is a great starter kit and well worth the money at around £50

failing that the bit driver kit at around £20 will be a god send for most projects

2) The guides on how to fix tons of tech

ifixit > http://10ws.co/1GdQH6E > Learn to pull apart gadgets and fix them
instructables > http://10ws.co/1C2HUOu > learn how to build or improve pretty much anything
YouTube > Pretty much everything already covered

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