2ds NAND MOD help!

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  1. vastrolorde
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    Good day guys! want some advice if im doing the right way for a 2ds NAND mod.. i already soldered the 2ds PINOUTS but i cant seem to be able to make the blue screen appear. tried to use 5 different sd card reader. but still nno success. nothing shows up on the screen, when you power up the 2ds. i am certain that the pinouts are soldered correctly. and already gone through the voltmeter.

    is there a list of compatible card reader for the 2DS?

    really desperate on restoring my 2DS.

    please HELP guys. Is this really an sd card issue. thank's in advance.
     
  2. nero99

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    Do you have the wires soldered to the correct miscro SD card adapter pins?
     
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    yes. its the same sd adapter as the old 3ds.. and its sd adapter is tested on 3ds units
     
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    I only made it work with Anker USB 3.0 Card Reader Model: AR200, but anyway, Blue Screen should appear with any SD Card Reader :/
     
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    that's the problem.. even the bootrom error doesn't appear. even if sd adapter is inserted in the card reader.
     
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    Even though you say everything is soldered correctly I can't think of anything else being the issue here. It sounds like you have bridged some pins, or worse, somehow broken your 2DS by shorting something or melting some components. Can you post a picture of your soldering?
     
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    yup will redo everything then.. i will post a picture of the pinouts. thank's guys for your advice:)
     
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    With these threads it should be common knowledge that pics are needed. You may feel that you have it soldered correctly, but we may be able to see something you do not. It would be better to go by pics than the assumption that the soldering was done correctly.
     
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    Maybe a solder joint just came detached? I mean, that stuff isn't the strongest.
     
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    by the way guys anyone knows an alternative pinout for data 0 on the 2DS??
     
  13. Jeff Sakamoto

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    same as mine didnt boot in to the bsod