This is exactly what new horse sometimes likes to do...................
Now, the typical "question time" is when a kid is 3 to 5 years old and nags parents and older brothers and sisters with continuous random questions.
Then the kid goes to school, learns to read, and starts reading (he/she is then too busy reading to ask anymore these random questions).
Little by little he/she manages to learn and understand a lot of things and soon he/she will be making a few valid questions, to which everyone will be happy to reply.
Please consider how, in order to learn to read, he/she had to first LISTEN to the advise and teachings given by older people.
This is not happening in this case, you simply ignore what is told you (over and over, and in all the possible ways to convey a same message) taking out of each reply you get (or from some "random" post/thread you find) what you think (without understanding or wanting to understand the context) bits and pieces, reassembling or bending them into something that you believe might be useful for your impossible goal (and usually is not only not useful, but so absurd to make anyone familiar with the topic cry in desperation )
Doing this, without even an attempt to understand the very basics, will unfortunately lead you nowhere (besides NOT leading you to your actual goal, which is - as everyone has tried to tell you - impossible with the current level of knowledge/with the available tools/on current hardware/firmware).
Usual Carpenter's comparison:
Q. I want to build a new house, with a wooden frame, that is 35 storeys tall. Where do I begin?
A. You need to first study some basics of constructions/structures, then you will need to learn how to join together planks and beams of timber. Noone has ever managed to build a 35 storeys wooden structure, however, it is impossible at the current level of engineering and - besides that - the way to build a wooden house is different depending on your region, on which kind of timber you have available which kind of tools you have available, etc.
Q.I don't want to study structures I want to build a house and I want it 35 storeys tall. I don't want to become an engineer or a carpenter, I want to build a wooden house and I want it 35 storeys tall.
A.Yes, we got that, what you missed is that it is impossible, simply because there are not big enough wooden beams, nails and hammers to build that.
Q.What is a hammer? What is a nail? What is a beam? Why does a nail have a head and a pointed end? Which side do you plant nails in wood? How do you use a hammer?
A. You need to study some very basics on wooden structures and how they are built, learn to use at a basic level the tools used by carpenters and do some practice with them, building smaller/simpler structures instead of asking these questions.
Q. I have read that screws are better than nails. How come I cannot use a screwdriver to drive a nail? What if I use a screwdriver to make a hole in a wooden beam? Can I use a wooden peg instead of a nail? If I use a screw instead of a wooden peg, can I use glue to fix it? Why glue is not black? I want to use black glue. Why glue is not dark blue? I think that I can use black glue together with dark blue glue. Can I mix black glue with dark blue glue? What colour will the mix come out? Can I drive a nail into a wooden peg? Isn't it better if I drive both a nail and a screw in a hole I made for a wooden peg? And then add some glue to it?