1. mur1l0gs

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    Thanks, is it the same for the 3V point in the very right? can I solder both together?
     
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    If soldering to the emmc board, yes. Any other, no.
     
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    hey @mattytrog I had one of my usb pads gone in my switch so I fixed it using a method u showed in older posts
    It ended up working rly well, and I can use the trinket correctly now
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    Problem though is that my pc wont recognize the usb correctly when i plug it in so I cant do stuff like, for example, mounting my nand through usb.
    Is that expected to happend?
    Thank you!
     
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    No that shouldn`t happen. I think you may have a slight dry joint somewhere.
     
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    sry man, I don't understand, I'm talking about the 3V on the side of the orange Joycon strap. there are two golden circles, can I solder them together too or only the one on the right as marked on the img? thanks
     
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    oh!
    Yes thats fine. Linked too.
     
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    What a disaster. I attempted a Trinket install and had real trouble with the 3v connection spot. While trying to get a micro drop of solder there, I accidentally bumped the wire and bridged those two resistors (I believe the one above is a resistor, not sure). I tried desperately to clean up that join, but ended up having to pull the top component off the board to get it clean. Then, while picking it up with my tweezers, it shot off into the void. I'm going to post a pic with the component that I lost, circled in blue. Does anyone know what that is? Also, does anyone offer a repair/install service for my situation?

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    4.7uF 0402 MLCC cap.

    Used for smoothing out internal voltage to m92t36. Look in op under replacement parts ;)
     
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    I can repair if required. Long way to send it! PM me if you like
     
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    I'm too green to even send you a PM, but am interested. I think I found the component, but I'm not sure I trust that I can even get it back to a working state with it. Even with the .3 tip and a magnifying glass, it is insanely small.

    The item I found on Amazon has the title:

    Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors MLCC - SMD/SMT CAP MLCC 0402 10V X5R 4.7uF 20% TOL
     
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    That's the right one. There is an envelope at the top of the page. Or click my name or avatar and the option is there
     
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    So I did the Trinket M0 for a friend. Worked out fine. I used the power from the NAND because it's just plain easy to get to and almost nothing around to accidentally mess up. Looks like it is, as I suspected, 100% compatible with the UF2 files for the SwitchMe too. I think for his purposes that will probably work a bit better. Thanks very much for the pictures and guide for getting this installed.

    Getting that micro-USB connector off is actually quite problematic. I don't really know how you people do it, but I don't think I have the proper tools. I don't even want to admit how I did it...
     
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    Do tell...

    heatgun / rework station are preferred way for ease.
     
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    And possibly good tools and a microscope :)
     
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    Very welcome mate.

    Make sure you use some thin wire! I couldn`t find the correct part to replace it. Tried Molex, Hirose etc... Looks like its a custom made BTB connector. If I do find a part number, I`ll post somewhere.
     
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    Hello, I want to install a RCMX86 chip on my Switch. Which solder wattage do you recommend? I want to buy a new solder for this specific soldering and I am looking for a good one but not very expensive, as I will only be using it for this installation and maybe a very few others. Can someone also recommend me one or two solders?
    Thank you!
     
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    Antex XS25 and a AT57 tip.

    Cheap and ideal for the job.
     
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    hello, i have 2 switch same with Trinket M0 i load this up
    Changelog: 0.9.3
    • Updated default blz graphic to something more "OEM" - set an autoboot option to see it
    • Killed a gremlin that may cause phantom capacitive "pin" action, changing payload / mode. You can safely handle your dongle without it changing its payload like it is posessed as soon as you touch it. Literally...

    but when i but up i get nothing only ninteno menu the Trinket M0 give a green licht on off what files i must put one the sd card i have version 6.20

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    i see nintendo patch some switch mine are not patch what did ninendo patch do you try old bios chip read and put it back one new patch one

    what happend mabe i go try
     
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