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so last question, my model is slightly different, i have five holes, not four. is any hole ok, or should i use a specific one?
I found this picture from the same guy, but why does he send ground up to the top instead of one of the pins? http://s1188.photobucket.com/user/repo305/media/slimrolusbpc_zps34894e7d.jpg.html
ok, so i found this picture from the same guy you got that one from, everything makes sence except why is he sending ground up to the top? though my model number is off by one on the very last number, it seems that would send the ground straight into one of the microprocessors(i think that is what they are) on the back.
p.s. the rf bord comes from a 360 s
What was the cause of the rrod on yours? Mine was (most likely) a broken cpu heat censor. I say this because the console will not even stay on long enough to sync a new controller
on your original image where you said where to sodder the wires is you said black was ground, could you please identify what each point is? like power in, data, clock, ect? that way if they moved things around, and im pretty sure they did assuming red + diode is power in, i can figure out everything more easily
would you possibly be able to sync with the wired charger and not the console? the one i'm getting the rf modual from is rrod and i cant figure out why (also the console is not originally mine and i don't have any of the controllers synced to it (and by now i doubt they still are))
so im trying to do this but i am using a different model rf board that seems to have two extra pins coming from the modified usb, mind taking a look and help me figure out what to solder where? picks should be included with this msg, if they are too blurry i can try to retake them. black light banel thing was removed so i could get a decent picture of the pins.
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