Hi, I'm Austin and I started working at iFixit near the beginning of 2019. I started out in the education department, shepherding dedicated students from all over the country through our Technical Writing Project. Over time, I developed a knack for data and, pulling from my background in physics, was able to hop over to iFixit’s SEO focused traffic team. Now I work to ensure that our free online repair manual is able to reach as many people as possible in the hopes that humanity fixes as many things as possible!
I went to school in Santa Cruz (go Banana Slugs!) to study physics and later, theater. Equipped with a B.S. in physics and an M.A. in theater, I ended up landing a series of teaching jobs at a few schools and a college prep firm in San Diego. Eventually, I needed a change of scenery and ended up in SLO, where my data analysis ability and experience in education made me a great candidate for a position on team EDU.
Going to college in Santa Cruz awakened in me a love for all things bicycle. Pictured is the bike I’ve built from the frame up, replacing each part over the 8 year span I’ve owned it. Bicycles have been the subject of most of my tinkering. Past projects include a Specialized Epic Carbon Pro (think 90’s carbon road bike) restoration, a rusty old Peugeot I turned into a grocery getter with a way-too-large basket, and a Bridgestone XO-4. You can probably find me rolling around town most days on my Rivendell touring rig or my 1985 Schwinn Voyageur.
I try to keep my free time as diverse as my studies, and can be found biking, hiking, climbing, or just digging into the latest dramatic television series. I've also become a bit of a chef in recent years (fueled by my insatiable appetite) and can cook up a mean pizza or stir-fry.
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"I dropped my phone in my pool" için yanıtIt was probably not a good idea to try turning it on/charging it before it had a chance to fully dry out. It's usually best to turn the device off completely until it has a chance to dry off before trying to use it again—this minimizes the chances of a short circuit damaging the components within. That being said, you might still be able to open the phone and clean off any contacts on the motherboard that may have corroded to regain functionality. You'll want to follow our Galaxy S21 Motherboard Replacement Guide to remove the back case and access the motherboard. Then use 91% or higher isopropyl alcohol (99% is ideal) to clean off any corrosion you see. If that doesn't work, you'll likely have to start replacing components. Check out this Samsung Galaxy S20 Won't Turn On Troubleshooting Page for a list of things you can try to get your phone working again. It isn't an exact match for your phone but a lot of that information should still apply. Good luck with the repair!
"Will this ssd work in PS4 cuh-1116b?" için yanıtAs @joshsebert7 mentioned, there will be size constraints for what will fit inside the device. Another concern would be the connection speed. As the PS4 uses SATA2 connections, your SSD will be limited to data transfer speeds of 3 Gb/s.