Running Fusée Gelée through a Teensy 3.6

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by natinusala, May 1, 2018.

  1. Reisyukaku

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    I suspected that TX's payload device was either a teensy or FTDI chip..More so the latter.
     
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  3. rajkosto

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    actually if you look at the shell of their dongle it might just take normal alkaline batteries...
     
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  4. link42586

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    All of the things like this i've seen all needed batteries so far. Dumb question..Does usb put out any power in RCM mode? If it did I would think it would be able to run the devices i've seen so far like this. I thought I read that this is so early in the boot process it doesn't have hardly anything loaded and working. "bricked" switches even boot up with the fusee payload because it's before the system even checks the stuff for the battery or whatever is broken on the 3rd party dock bricked systems.
     
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  5. MrJason005

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    are there no points on the motherboard that have power?
     
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    I've already started work on this before even seeing the thread the Teensy 3.6 support host mode but requires the host mode cable too.
     
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    Retr0id has a working injector based on the A5-V11 cheap chinese "router". (it's about the size of a cigarette lighter, costs just a few dollars online. The version with a battery is larger, and also costs more.) When my "with battery" version arrives (sometime...), I will test it out with his package.

    work is already done, you just need to build and flash his package to appropriate hardware.
     
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  9. karl0ss

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    can you post a link to this please?
     
  10. Wierd_w

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    Here is his GIT repo for the project.
    https://github.com/DavidBuchanan314/fusee-lede

    Here is the OpenWRT page for the hardware:
    https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/unbranded/a5-v11

    Dont try to install too much onto that package with the menuconfig! It only has 4MiB flash!

    Actual post about working prototype:
     
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    Look for "3G router 150m"

    It does not have a brand. Refer to the OpenWRT page for all the caveats, pictures of the device and its housing, et al.
     
  13. wiiando

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    Ye found it now, google was no help googling "A5-v11 3g/4g router, found one anyway, just wish it was in my country and not china lol

    Thanks
     
  14. Alkéryn

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    The best would be to have a small arduino compatible soldered inside the switch and powered by it
    so it is seamless
     
  15. crow132

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    any solution that works with ESP8266?
     
  16. MrJason005

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    the arduino is not small enough (even the pro mini)
    you need to get the atmega by itself, or you can branch out to other microcontrollers
    plus, i'm not sure if the atmega is fast enough to bitbang USB
     
  17. Alkéryn

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    I said arduino compatible
    so obviously just the atmega smd version would be good

    And it is, there is an arduino host library & shield too
    you just need 4 pins
     
  18. pc323

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    I would like to build it using arduino pro micro which have USB-host feature. I've made a usb num-pad using this board:lol:
    Is there any light-weight/tiny (<30KB) payload.bin which can embed into arduino? I have one which is 95KB and its quite big for most of the arduino board.:unsure:
     
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