1. ZZ007

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    @M-O-B

    Sorry for my bad english , but I've got 3 more questions ?

    The last file to load inside the M0 is still '' Trinket-R4-Gemma_v5 ''?
    Wich is the best install Diagram for Dualboot with V+& Power to boot in CFW ?
    And if I boot with the Original Firmware ,Can I play online with Fortnite without to be banned?

    Thanks in advance and best regards .
    Stephane from Paris
     
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  2. noX1609

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    This is the best methode in my opinion and i tried several in the last few days :)
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/interna...ybitsy-m0-express-guide-files-support.508068/
    Will stay on that with the 3 different files on the chip for now, maybe later i change to the 8 file one :)
     
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    OK , Cn You confirm me the Trinket Point to Switch with this diagram .
    For Dual BOot 6 wires .

    M0 ---> Switch
    0 ----->V+
    3 ------> Joycon Strap
    D+ ---->D+
    D- ---->D-
    3v ---->3V
    Gnd ---->Gnd

    And what about Online game with Official firmawre .
    Banned risk or not?
     

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    Yes that seems correct but this picture is a early one :) Points are the same but it more accurately drawn. You find it here:
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/interna...de-files-support.508068/page-103#post-8384716

    Would recommend you to do it the way it‘s described on the link because that‘s the latest and best method of modding your console!

    And i can regard you to not solder the Vol+ Strap! Because if you do that you could only boot OFW while holding down the reset button.
    Also these Resistors are very very tiny so you can break them very easily (I know what i‘m talking about because it happened to me ;)).
    So if you don‘t have really good solder skills, dont try it because there is a high chance it will break and then you have to solder a new one in with the help of magnifying glass or a microskope!

    About the question for online gaming: It‘s a little bit safer but there is also an Risk of ban becaus no one known what‘s exactly send to Nintendo because using the CFW leaves some sort of traces.

    So the only way of online gaming would be if you restore a nand Backup that was taken BEFORE a CFW is bootet for the first time on that console.
     
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  5. M-O-B

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    I will be posting new updated at some point in next 24 hours.

    I wouldn't play online if you mod your console.

    as for install diagram I don't use any that I posted now.

    I only install using 4 wires & a 10k resistor.

    power.
    gnd.
    data+
    data-

    10k resistor between pin 7 & 10 in right joycon, or pads 7 & 10 on mobo for right joycon.

    I use this point for the power.
    power point.jpg

    install.

    4 wire install.jpg
     
  6. ZZ007

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    Thanks for repply ,i'm waiting for update
     
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    OP updated with uf2 drag and drop files for dongles or for a 4 wire internal install.
     
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    does your File need AutoRCM for the 4 wire... I used the file with the Joycon wire (power - Vol+)

    just wondering for next time
     
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    ok, now I get it started in heckate, but once it does, as I start the homebrew, I give it to the photos folder and it does not do anything ... I'm in 6.1
     
  10. milerwan

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    I recovered the console of a customer who damaged the motherboard of his Switch by wanting to weld a Trinket chip and he ripped 2 pellets (green and orange dots on the picture).
    I am trying to recover the connections between USB-C socket and the damaged pellets but I have no other motherboard to test ...

    Can anyone tell me what are the points of agreement between these pellets and the USB-C socket?

    Thanks for your help

    [​IMG]
     
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    so basically the data pads have been damaged, if I get chance I'll test if the 2 pads go to anywhere else, looking at the image it looks like they end at the pads.

    if you have a old USB lead you can cut the USB A plug off and test the green and white wires, to see if your getting a connection from the usb lead going to the mobo points

    20190222_094852.jpg

    you could solder the data wires from the trinket to the 2 traces that should work. but you'll probably need to use 0.2 enameled coat wire, to cut down further damage to the traces.

    also try an external dongle to see if you can boot into rcm mode, with the way the console is at moment.

    if this boots with external dongle then the pads wont need repairing.
     
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    I have tried to use alternative DAT+ et DAT- pads (in back of the motherboard) but no RCM boot (even if the connection exists between damaged DAT+/DAT- pads and alternative pads).
    With dongle no RCM boot too...

    It seems damaged pads must serve as a bridge to other tracks.

    To program the Switchme, I have used an "Adafruit USB Micro-B Breakout Board" that I have linked to PC and drop "TRINKET_REBUG_SIMPLE_UF2_V098r3.UF2" file into.
    When the modchip is solder to motherboard, I can't access by USB-C connection.
     
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  13. mattytrog

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    Just do this... usb pads.jpg
     
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    From your diagram, when I test the "yellow" track from USB-C, I have got GND (6th point from the right)...
    Do you have same ?
     
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    No shouldn`t be a GND.

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

    You need to make the connections I have highlighted.
     
  16. milerwan

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    It's ok the "orange damaged point" from my diagram was linked to GND for some reason (?!?).

    I scratched a bit and the link to the GND disappeared. :)
    I will be able to continue my transplanting.

    Thank you very much.
     
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  17. milerwan

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    OK it works !

    [​IMG]

    EDIT: My DAT- and DAT+ wires were reversed, now modchip detection and RCM boot are OK with SwitchMe. :)
     
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  19. maddrake

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    Hello,

    I dont mean to drive this thread off track but Do you happen to know what the IC is that your green and yellow wire is going too??
    Bought a switch off ebay and this chip was gone.

    Thank you!
     
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  20. bandar

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    Hey

    First thanks for the amazing post.
    I want to ask about something totally different.
    As there is nothing on the horizon for something like SD2Vita for the switch I was wondering if I could use something similar to this to solder a micro sd card reader to load my backups. Is it possible?
     
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