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By shawnchalfant, Apr 29, 2018
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Ive ordered 2 of these, awaiting arrival. How do they work, is the insertion smooth?
well i only used a dead joy-con i immediately swap it with a working one once i load the payload, i did fuck it up and did 3 pins.......fixed it with flux did a test and RCM was achieved lol
Sacrificed an old micro USB cord. Jig worked first time I tested which felt good after all the time spent pruning the USB connector down to size.
dont own jig yet but
Very funny 10/10, now back on topic track
So yes it will work ;-)
i take my jig out as soon as the payload has launched than i just swap it for a normal joycon
You slide it down the rail like you would a joycon, and the pins are kept securely in place as a result.
Don't know if this is common for all jigs, but it is a really good design. The Keyring is great too, particularly if you have a carry case or something to clip it to.
I simply bought a replacement joy con rail and connected pins 1 & 10. No Modification of the actual joy cons needed, zero risk of damaging the pins of the switch (since they mate with the actually intended rail) and it can be stored away nicely in some pouch.
Hi, where did you buy the replacement rail from?
Never mind, I found some and order it on ebay
I bought one on eBay but I dropped it down a storm drain 20 minutes after receiving it
I have bought a replacement joy con rail too, but now I'm wondering if should I solder a wire in pins 1 and 10 or should solder 9 and 10. I've seen many with pins 9 and 10 soldered and they say it works perfectly, but I also read some saying anyone shouldn't use pin 9 (because it's not a real ground, or something like that).
So, what u guys think?
Looks sick, do you sell these?
Any one have a trusted seller of jigs? Last one I bought was faulty.
Added this button earlier thought i was smart when i came up with the idea then found out someone else has already done it lel, i lost my release button though ;__;
You just need to play around with the pins on the jig desu
I just purchased a joycon side rail from right joycon off eBay. Soldered pins 1 to 10. Side it in like a joycon. Simple only cost $8
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I got Switch today and like to test if USB recovery mode works so what kind of jigs are you recommended for me to buy one?
Spare rail/ joy-con and bridge 10 and 9/1/7 together
How? I'm not good with modding the hardware.
Cheaper than a jig, better than a paper clip (even though it looks like one)