Hey guys, brand new, got my first implant today, happy to be a part of the tribe. Thing is, this sucker is tough to read. Specifically the T5577. If I get the balancing act just right with my proxmark3 RDV4 I’ll get a read, though it wont identify the chipset. And I cannot reproduce a read reliably. I got it installed by a blue level installer, hope thats the right way to convey that, in the classic postion 0, so I thought Id be good. I saw one post about inflammation so Im hoping once that goes down I’ll be able to get a reliable read. I suppose I should add that I cant really see the implant unless I really spread my hand thin. Tried lf tune, thats how I was able to see a one digit dip in V and trigger the search. Guess my main question is does it get any easier over time?
Sounds like bad coupling.
Even if you do not see it, there’s swelling and blood. Give it 2 weeks, it should read better then.
Man that was fast, thanks dude! Okay cool, I’ll give it time then.
You missed the other thousand mentions…
Today was install, in about 2 weeks it should be much easier.
Although with the Proxmark3, you will still have to get it lined up just right.
@yeka beat me to it.
But needless to say, I agree
Okay awesome, I’ll relax then. I can at least see its operational so that’s a relief. 'Preciate that warm welcome!
What do you plan to do with it?
Also, when it comes to the proxmark3, the delay command can make all the difference. It’s pretty difficult to get a good position and then kind of reach out with a pinky finger and try to hit the enter button. Add a delay to the command to give yourself some time to properly position the proxmark3.
Jesus, how did I not know about this, I’ve been awkwardly pinky fingering my enter key for like the past 2 years now!!!
Is that a euphemism?
I assumed as a doctor you would your anatomical terms
Don’t let Satan pinky finger your Enter key!
Here’s a trick: for really awkward / difficult Proxmark positioning where both my hands are occupied, I set the keyboard on the floor and hit the enter key on the keypad with my foot. I can even hit the up arrow to bring up the last command and redo it
Palpating with the ipsilateral 5th distal phalanx?