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othermod RE: How viable would a PSVita be?  

By othermod, 3 weeks  ago

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  I haven't looked into the Vita at all since last year. Might do it at some point. I sold a couple in the past, and will probably sell at least one v4 prototype soon.
marcus RE: How viable would a PSVita be?  

By marcus, 3 weeks  ago

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  Hi Love your site. Seems like the PSP is the best form factor I've seen on the interwebs. I also noticed a bunch of broken PS Vitas out there. Any attempts at squishing in all the components since thi...
sllabres RE: Composite LCD Controller Board Support  

By sllabres, 4 weeks  ago

Hardware
  I've managed to get this working using this screen: I followed the guides in the other thread.  I'm being a bit reckless and haven't much practice soldering...but having a lot of fun thanks to this s...
othermod RE: pspi 3 turning off  

By othermod, 1 month  ago

Hardware
  Do you have another Pi Zero that you can test the SD card in? If not, I'm willing to help troubleshoot this for you if you want to send everything to me.
Jamie2563 RE: pspi 3 turning off  

By Jamie2563, 1 month  ago

Hardware
  Almost certainly. I used the WinDisk 32 Imager to copy the image across but could retry that.  
othermod RE: pspi 3 turning off  

By othermod, 1 month  ago

Hardware
  It sounds like an issue with the Raspberry Pi. Are you confident you copied the image (assuming RetroPie) to the SD card properly?
Jamie2563 RE: pspi 3 turning off  

By Jamie2563, 1 month  ago

Hardware
  Hi, I've tried soldering the wire across the two pins and while it stays on there is nothing displayed onscreen. I've also tried copying the config.txt file a couple times but still gives the same eff...
nike RE: Questions before I buy...  

By nike, 2 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Posted by: othermod The small boards for controls, ribbon cables, LCD bracket, and a few other misc parts. I recommend hunting down a broken one for the internal parts. Got it! Thank you!
othermod RE: Questions before I buy...  

By othermod, 2 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  The small boards for controls, ribbon cables, LCD bracket, and a few other misc parts. I recommend hunting down a broken one for the internal parts.
nike RE: Questions before I buy...  

By nike, 2 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Posted by: othermod Posted by: fruitybit   Won't be long before I get one of these wonderful kits on order, may I ask; I got hold of a psp 1003 model, hope that would be compatible? I take it I just...
othermod RE: D-pad buttons not functioning  

By othermod, 2 months  ago

Hardware
  Sounds like you might have the joystick wired up incorrectly or incompletely. The joystick is connected to the D-pad controls, so it will cause the buttons to work intermittently when it's not wired u...
Ole Marius RE: D-pad buttons not functioning  

By Ole Marius, 2 months  ago

Hardware
  Checked the ribbon. Looks lite it is connected. After testing the joystick and d-pad i found that left-right does not work at all on either. seems lik I can get a response from the left d-pad button i...
othermod RE: D-pad buttons not functioning  

By othermod, 2 months  ago

Hardware
  Hmm..that's a weird one. Were you able to complete the button configuration using the joystick, for all four directions? If you were, it sounds like an issue with the connection to the D-Pad ribbon.
Ole Marius D-pad buttons not functioning  

By Ole Marius, 2 months  ago

Hardware
  Hi! Newbie here. After stumbling through assembly of my pspi1000.3(extremely surprised when I actually managed to power it up:) I discovered that only the up and down on my d-pad is registered during ...
othermod RE: Improved on/off board  

By othermod, 3 months  ago

Hardware
  Yes, it is designed to work down to about 2.5v. 
woozer RE: Improved on/off board  

By woozer, 3 months  ago

Hardware
  Hi, what would be the minimal input voltage, would the board work with a lipo cell as power input in stead of 5v USB. Thanks!
John Pilkinton RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Gotcha! Thank you so much for your help. I will look into this tomorrow. 
othermod RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By othermod, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Same orientation. That's the right side of the GPIO header, closest to the battery compartment.
John Pilkinton RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Ok, and opps, forgot to add two lines for the right shoulder. So it would be the sixth trace from the left in my picture. I will dig deeper tomorrow and see where that trace connects to and see if it ...
othermod RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By othermod, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Nope, not that one. This is the connector rotated 180 degrees from the position in your pic
John Pilkinton RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  It would be this pin correct?:
John Pilkinton RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Here it is:
othermod RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By othermod, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  Exactly. My board.
John Pilkinton RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  On your board correct?  
othermod RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By othermod, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  The left arrow and top-right arrow are always connected together, but the middle one shouldn't be. Any chance you can get a pic of the pins on the FPC connector?
John Pilkinton RE: 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
  After checking with my meter, it is pin 4 on the zif connector on the controller board. 
John Pilkinton 'Triangle' button not working  

By John Pilkinton, 3 months  ago

PSPi Discussion Board
   Here is the picture of the control/power board. All three arrows are connected together.

 

 

 

  
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