Hacking Homewbrew SD Adapter

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it wasn't too bad, the hardest part was finding materials, then the actual soldering, and then making room for the adapter. All in all, it wasn't too bad.
 

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nice planing on making one like that but maybe with a sd card socket:) did you use a guide or do you have a digram of the connections i could follow.

nice job!!
 

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nice planing on making one like that but maybe with a sd card socket:) did you use a guide or do you have a digram of the connections i could follow.

nice job!!
Yes, I would find this helpful as well, thanks.
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EDIT: Was not aware of the above post.
 

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This doesn't seem that difficult. I'd just have to find a Gamecube memory card and a SD card slot and I'd be set.

I have a micro sd card slot too...so I could just use that for kicks.

Just in case Wii homebrew doesn't get to using the Wii's SD card slot, it might be useful.
 

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especially since the snes emulator just came out for the twilight hack exploit. play snes backups (of games you own) without having to re buy them through VC
 

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