Ok, I probably did not take enough pictures...and I do not want to completely dismantle the gb again.
So I try to explain it.
SD Card Socket:
I have the aluminum shield bent up by desolder the two soldering points in front...then I soldered the lines directly to the pins and soldered the shield again.
I have the screen separated from the lower main board ... with a scalpel carefully solved. I have also removed the touchscreen from the screen, it's like a foil just peel it off (then the picture appears clearer). I cut the pcb accordingly, the labeled area can be completely removed. From the screen itself, all protruding plastic (white) parts were removed with a file. so the screen fits without making any adjustments to the dmg housing. Furthermore, I remove the audio jack, gpio connectors, main switch and the microusb from the pcb.
First I used the following power adapter/charger, but 1A is not enough.The lightning bolt came over and over...and games have heavy framedrops and sound stutterring about every 2 minutes.
The other adapater works flawlessly without any problems...
- Safeshutdown: low Bat detection doesent work (i have no idea why - the power off works flawlessly - it is not noticeable to see in the logfiles) EDIT: i pulled the lowpin manually to ground...but nothing happens. I change the GPIO Pin from 17 to 18 with the same result...that drives me crazy!
EDIT2: i use and the GPIO 17 works ... but the script does not react to that ... why?
ok i use the
to check if the Safeshutdown 1.0 PCB is working...and yes it works great, exactly at 3.25V the GPIO 17 goes into the status "low" (0). The Power Monitor script does not recognize this condition ... but why?
i hope you can help!
(Can we discuss this here? I can not really get on with it!)
And please excuse my bad english ... if you do not understand something please just ask again.