Hello, does anyone know why when I touch somewhere where the connection cables are soldered, now I can't hear the sound? you only hear continuously as if you are making something contact between two points
No, they are rubbish! Doesn't work because they don't have a hardware reset as it is needed. There is a stlink_v2_clone_hardware_reset_patch_v4 around but i didn't got this piece of sh... to work. Better buy the real Nucleo-64. I bought the cheapest version for 17 € in Germany.
Hello all. I have finally decided to buckle down and mod my Mario G&W. I had previously ordered a STM32 (STM32F103 Nucleo-64 to be exact) for doing the flash mod and an upgraded 128Mbit flash chip (MX25U12835FM2I-10G) . I notice a bunch has changed since then (no patch needed for larger storage chips) and for some reason can no longer find a guide on how to do everything that isn't specifically for a raspberry pi.
Can anyone link me to a current guide for doing the mod with a STM32 please?
EDIT: Got as far as running the backup and restore scripts so my G&W is unlocked but stock right now. Looking for steps to both install retro-go and games as well as when during the process I should replace the flash chip with my new one.
on a second thought, I will stay at Bitbucket even if they decide to scrap the GIT over HTTPS in the upcoming months. All these russian bots sure want to cause damage to dev communities. (like they did to nesdev)