Via Mach_5 on Instructables.
This tutorial brings you from start to finish in constructing your very own smartphone. You will start by 3D printing a case, then soldering printed circuit boards together, assembly, and finally installing a mobile OS onto your phone and using Python to make it yours. You can learn more about this project at hackaday.io/project/5083
- Basic Soldering
- Familiarity with the Raspberry Pi
Lots of time and patience
See the full tutorial here.
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