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by bidibule
Fri Feb 01, 2019 2:27 am
Forum: Archived/Completed Sales
Topic: [FOR SALE] Kite's SAIO and Kite Circuit Sword (closed)
Replies: 2
Views: 750

Re: [FOR SALE] Kite's SAIO and Kite Circuit Sword (closed)

Everything has been sold ! => Closed !
by bidibule
Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:33 am
Forum: Archived/Completed Sales
Topic: [FOR SALE] Kite's SAIO and Kite Circuit Sword (closed)
Replies: 2
Views: 750

[FOR SALE] Kite's SAIO and Kite Circuit Sword (closed)

Hi All ! Way back ago I have bought some Kite's SAIO kits to dig into and start making my own gameboy zero. In fact I nearly finish one but I guess I won't have enough time to build the 3 others ! So if someone is interested in buying the kits (never opened), feel free to contact me in private messa...
by bidibule
Tue Jul 17, 2018 4:22 pm
Forum: Support (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: Led given in the package seems not working
Replies: 0
Views: 361

Led given in the package seems not working

Hi all ! I have managed the first part of the gameboy pi with the SAIO board from Kite in the way that the retropie image is displaying! WOOOOHOOOOO ! :) So I go on the next step with the LEDs but I've tested the leds and they seems not working a lot. As you see in my video below, the only one who s...
by bidibule
Fri Jun 22, 2018 4:58 am
Forum: Show-off Corner (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: YaYa's first GBZ - Kite's SAIO - Big Battery - NO Glue - Custom 3D parts - DC Jack - minimum case mod
Replies: 233
Views: 67916

Re: YaYa's first GBZ - Kite's SAIO - Big Battery - NO Glue - DC Jack - minimum case mod

THE MODE BUTTON SUPPORT :mrgreen: mode-switch-support.stl mode button support.jpg You can use any 6x6mm tactile switches. THE DC BARREL AND POWER SWITCH SUPPORT :mrgreen: power-switch-support.stl switch and barrel support.jpg Designed for use with this DC Power Jack Socket Connector https://www.ali...
by bidibule
Thu Jun 21, 2018 6:43 am
Forum: Show-off Corner (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: YaYa's first GBZ - Kite's SAIO - Big Battery - NO Glue - Custom 3D parts - DC Jack - minimum case mod
Replies: 233
Views: 67916

Re: YaYa's first GBZ - Kite's SAIO - Big Battery - NO Glue - Custom 3D parts - DC Jack - minimum case mod

Hi yaya, I got a 3D printer now and really don't want to glue since we could print supports and holders. I saw you've shared parts, thanks you ! What about the screen holder ? It's needed no? I've download one's from HoolyHoo but maybe it's not suitable here (I have 0.5C motherboard from Kite's SAI...
by bidibule
Thu Jun 21, 2018 4:12 am
Forum: Show-off Corner (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: YaYa's first GBZ - Kite's SAIO - Big Battery - NO Glue - Custom 3D parts - DC Jack - minimum case mod
Replies: 233
Views: 67916

Re: YaYa's first GBZ - Kite's SAIO - Big Battery - NO Glue - Custom 3D parts - DC Jack - minimum case mod

Hi yaya, I got a 3D printer now and really don't want to glue since we could print supports and holders. I saw you've shared parts, thanks you ! What about the screen holder ? It's needed no? I've download one's from HoolyHoo but maybe it's not suitable here (I have 0.5C motherboard from Kite's SAIO...
by bidibule
Fri May 04, 2018 8:42 am
Forum: General Chat (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0
Replies: 7
Views: 1467

Re: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0

Ok Thanks I'll try.

I'm at the step where I solder 3 pin on the GPIO and then need to test it before going further.
I admit I have some difficulties with filling the holes with solder easily ! :D
by bidibule
Fri May 04, 2018 8:17 am
Forum: General Chat (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0
Replies: 7
Views: 1467

Re: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0

Correct, the kapton tape is to prevent solder touching those silver bits on either side, which are GND, which would make USB not work at all, so very important :) 270*C sounds perfectly safe, I suspect the cutting may have damaged the glue stuff that holds it on rather than your iron. Make sure to ...
by bidibule
Fri May 04, 2018 7:35 am
Forum: General Chat (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0
Replies: 7
Views: 1467

Re: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0

I'm afraid those pads are ruined.. for your 2nd pi, don't bother trimming them.. instead carefully place the kapton tape so that it covers those silver bits either side (to prevent shorts).. Also, you may have your iron too high, but I can't really tell that from this other than those pads are gone...
by bidibule
Fri May 04, 2018 7:22 am
Forum: General Chat (Game Boy Zero)
Topic: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0
Replies: 7
Views: 1467

Re: Problem with USB pad trim and pi 0

Arf so I need another Pi I guess ? I have one in backup not a problem

So I can just only place a little blob on it like other solder pads (Which I didn't have to trim) after placing kapton tape ?
It would be easier of course :)

Thanks kite