Hardware Udraw tablet Vwii ;)

shixooo

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Hello guys
remembering the udraw tablet from thq !
I got one and trying to make it work for about 2 years :(
I have a a modded wii u with modded Vwii...I use technomoons to install my vwii games to the wii u menu...When i choose a game the supports the udraw tablet (udraw studio) the game starts up but when i plug in the wiimote(which works fine) it drain the charging from it, I dont know how but when i open controller options after plugging it the charging decreases at once then the wiimote stops working and it keeps saying connect the wiimote to the tablet.
I tried different batteries and different wiimotes with no luck and also teared it down and every single cable shows no cut and clean installment.
Any ideas what should I do
 

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