Nobody seems to be happy with just a normal flash drive these days. If you haven't customized your usb stick yet, or you're bored and have the following parts lying around waiting to be used, this guide is for you.
You will need:
-USB flash drive. The smaller, the better. (in physical size, not capacity!)
-USB extension cord.
Since I have made my only USB flash drive into a dolphin, today ill be using this bluetooth dongle.
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Step 1: Open Up Your Mouse
On my mouse (the classic Microsoft mouse) I found 2 screws on the bottom side of it. Sometimes you will find these screws, hidden under stickers.
Step 2: Clean It Out
Remove all the insides, but leave the ball (if you're using a ball mouse) and scroll wheel if you can.
Step 3: The Tricky Part
See if you can find a way to squash your usb cord and flash drive inside the mouse so it fits comfortably. If your usb stick is too big, you may have to take the cover off it.
Step 4: Finishing Up
Since I had to remove the parts that held up the scrollwheel, I had to superglue it back into place.
Put the mouse back together, and you're done!