If the pi is recognizing the AIO board for controls it should be correct then for the D+ and D- . I have been talking about this over on the Discord channel and it seems like my board requires around 600-700mA if it's fully loaded with 3 usb devices which it isn't in your case so maybe show me pictures of the complete setup you have on the breadboard and what else you have powered.hueblo wrote:Hello @helder
If that post was meant for me I followed a3k4's template right before the 2.4 update. I have the AIO's negative and possitive hooked up through a bread board to the powerboost 1000C, the LCD and the pi0 are also hooked the same way. The D+ is hooked up to PP22 and D- is hooked up to PP23 of the pi0. Both the LCD and pi0 power up with no problem. I also tested the power to the AIO and did see 5V including the other USB ports. Like I said before it did work a few times and I was able to program the buttons through retropie but after hooking up the USB connector I made it started to have this detect issue. Any suggestions? Also can you confirm the wiring based on the images I provided as far is the D+/D- goes.
We figured with the Gearbest screen and Pi Zero and my board it should take around 1-1.2A (with 3 usb devices) which is less than the 2A the powerboost supplies, maybe I'm wrong here but that seems to fit the bill in numbers.