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27 Sep 2019
I hadn't used my Gemini for a while, and decided to boot it up in order to swap SIMs with my phone (which died). When I booted thee Gemini it asked for a PIN code, which I've never set. No amount of firmware flashing (both full OS and NVRAM backup) or following guides will remove the PIN, so effectively the device is unusable now. Does anyone have any suggestions for what can be done, apart from RMA to Planet?

BTW, running the latest Oreo firmware (8.1?).

25 Jun 2018
I've just had a quick play with LEDIson after updating to the 1206 ROM, and it looks like although the software supports 255 brightness levels, the LEDs don't dim accordingly. A simple test is to create a sequence with one LED starting with full brightness, then duplicate the step, editing it to drop the brightness by 20 units. Repeat a few more times then play the sequence. The result is that the LED seems to flicker between steps but does not fade.
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