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NotEnoughTech started a couple of years ago as a glorified online notepad for my ideas. At first, I was the only reader, but soon after others started to read it too, give me feedback, ideas, and things got out of hand a little. Now, this page is filled with slightly mad automation projects, quirky reviews and a guide or two about how to get something done! Follow me on social media of your choice since I don’t have any posting schedule! It’s the best way to stay connected and get notified when I come up with something new! I hope you find what you are looking for. Enjoy the stay!

Smart Home
Home automation your way

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Best Arduino boards for home automation

Would you like to know what are the best Arduino boards for home automation? I pick 3 best boards from Arduino line up
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Tuya SDK for beginners: Intro to Tuya Cloud API

Working with Tuya Cloud API. A guide to Cloud automation for beginners, get started with REST!

Reviews
Tech, gadgets, and more

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Mi Band 6 – this review may change your mind

The latest tracker from Xiaomi has lots to offer, but this review may change your mind about Mi Band 6
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Take a second screen with you – Lepow portable monitor

Increase the screen estate without taking extra space thanks to Lepow portable monitor

Tasker
Android Automation

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Fixing Wahoo Element Notifications

I'm miles away from finishing the Wahoo Element Roam review, but I already found some imperfections that bother me enough to find workarounds. Wahoo...

TaskerNet 2.0 is great!

TaskerNet 2.0 brings new way of sharing your favourite Android automations
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Raspberry Pi3.14
Tutorials, Projects and more

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M5Stack Core Ink: the inkling for makers

I shall call it The Inkling - M5Stack Core Ink is a great ESP32 based development board for anyone interested in e-ink displays.

C/C++ and MicroPython SDK for Raspberry Pi Pico on Windows

A guide to SDK toolchain for Raspberry Pi Pico and C/C++ , Micropython on Windows.
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Best Arduino boards for home automation

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Would you like to know what are the best Arduino boards for home automation? I pick 3 best boards from Arduino line up

Fixing Wahoo Element Notifications

Custom notifications from any app for Wahoo element roam
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I'm miles away from finishing the Wahoo Element Roam review, but I already found some imperfections that bother me enough to find workarounds. Wahoo Element series advertises mobile notifications, which are definitely a selling point, but it fails to explain (without reading the small...

Tuya SDK for beginners: Intro to Tuya Cloud API

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Working with Tuya Cloud API. A guide to Cloud automation for beginners, get started with REST!

Is it worth it? Creality UW-01 wash and cure station for resin prints

Creality UW-01
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Creality UW-01 cuts mess and processing time from your resin post processing. This 2 in 1 cure and wash station is a must have

TaskerNet 2.0 is great!

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TaskerNet 2.0 brings new way of sharing your favourite Android automations

SwitchBot Sensors – there is more to these than you think!

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SwitchBot Sensors are the latest devices from this ecosystem. Both: contact and motion sensor bring something new to the table

M5Stack Core Ink: the inkling for makers

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I shall call it The Inkling - M5Stack Core Ink is a great ESP32 based development board for anyone interested in e-ink displays.

Mi Band 6 – this review may change your mind

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The latest tracker from Xiaomi has lots to offer, but this review may change your mind about Mi Band 6

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Compiling Marlin 2.0 for Ender3 v2

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Marlin 2.0 guide to Ender 3 v2 upgrades including all metal hotend, BL Touch, and filament runout sensor

How to use Raspberry PI as WOL (wake on lan) server

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While you could wake up your PC from a mobile directly, having a dedicated server capable of doing so is the best solution. The reason is simple. You can hook up as many devices as you wish with a single endpoint. This is why Raspberry Pi is perfect for this.

Ender 3 v2 all metal hotend upgrade

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Going over 300℃ with a all metal hotend on Ender 3 v2

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Flashing ESP with Tasmotizer is a dream come true

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How to flash Tasmota on ESP devices with new Tasmotizer tool

Raspberry Pi 4 + M.2 SSD = ArgonONE M.2

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ArgonOne M.2 takes the full advantage of the boot from USB available for Raspberry PI 4 while addressing other issues