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  1. BitBuiltBot

    64AMP Documentation

    Pinout G: Ground 3V3: 3.3V Supply Voltage C: I2S Bit Clock D: I2S Data WS: I2S Word Select HL: Headphone Left Audio HR: Headphone Right Audio S: Headphone Sense Switch HG: Headphone Ground R+: Speaker Right Audio Positive R-: Speaker Right Audio Negative L-: Speaker Left Audio Negative L+...
  2. BitBuiltBot

    The Advanced N64 Trimming Guide

    Preface This guide can be used on any NTSC N64 motherboard. The trim line is slightly different between board revisions however the relocations will be roughly the same. At first glance the trim might seem more daunting due to the PIF relocation but this actually simplifies the relocations to...
  3. BitBuiltBot

    BitBuilt's 2020 Secret Santa!

    The holiday season is upon us once again and while things have definitely been different this year, as per usual we will be having a Secret Santa gift exchange for the members of the community! This year however, we have one big change for the exchange; international members are now welcome to...
  4. BitBuiltBot

    G-BOY: Holiday Collection & RVL LCD Direct Drive

    Today we have some new additions to the BitBuilt Store! First up is our G-BOY Holiday Collection. We're bringing 4 new case color options to the G-Boy Rev 3 kit just in time for the holiday season: Garland Green, Wintery White, Glistening Gold, and Ribbon Red as seen in the image above. We've...
  5. BitBuiltBot

    RVL-DD Documentation

    Pinout: V0 V1 V2 V3 V4 V5 V6 V7 - Wii digital video data signals 54 CS SCL SDA 3.3V GND CK DI M - Mode pin. Wire M to 3.3V to enable progressive video Software: Make sure to have at least BBLoader v1.2 installed on your Wii. If you had already installed an older version, you need to re-run the...
  6. BitBuiltBot

    Guide Setting up Wii and GameCube games

    File structure and naming schemes If your setup does not match this, it will not be guaranteed to work, or even show up in the loader: Proper file structure for GameCube games USB:// games/ Batman Begins/ game.iso Game Description/ game.iso...
  7. BitBuiltBot

    GC+2.0 Documentation

    The GC+ v2.0 board Pinout A - A button B - B button X - X button Y - Y button Z - Z button S - Start button RT - R-Trigger "click" button R - R-Trigger analog input. CX - C-stick X Axis CY - C-stick Y Axis SX - Main-Stick X Axis SY - Main-Stick Y Axis Z2 - Additional button input to be used...
  8. BitBuiltBot

    U-AMP Documentation

    Pinout G: Ground IVDD: Digital Supply Voltage 3V3: 3.3V Supply Voltage MC: I2S Master Clock C: I2S Bit Clock D: I2S Data WS: I2S Word Select HL: Headphone Left Audio HR: Headphone Right Audio S: Headphone Sense Switch HG: Headphone Ground R+: Speaker Right Audio Positive R-: Speaker Right Audio...
  9. BitBuiltBot

    BitBuilt's 2019 Secret Santa Gift Exchange (US ONLY)

    Secret Santa Timeline: November 23rd - Signups open! November 30th - Signups close December 1st - Information, including your chosen user, will be sent via PM! December 16th - All gifts must be sent out by this point! As stated for December 16th, all gifts must be sent out by this time to...
  10. BitBuiltBot

    BitBuilt's 2019 Secret Santa Gift Exchange (US ONLY)

    It's that time of the year once again. The looming presence of school exams slowly sets in for students everywhere. Portablizers across the globe are awaiting WiiBoy Kits in their stockings this year. The holidays are getting closer and thus it's time we begin signups for our annual Secret...
  11. GingerOfOz

    Worklog The WaluWiigi 2.0 (final name)

    OH BABY IT'S TIME After the original WaluWiigi took the 2017 contest by storm and generated a whopping 3 votes overall, I've decided to duplicate that success with a successor. The WaluWiigi 2.0 is going to take everything I've learned from my past two years in the portbalizing community and...
  12. BitBuiltBot

    BitBuilt's 2018 Secret Santa Gift Exchange (US ONLY)

    Secret Santa Timeline: November 19th - Signups open! November 30th - Signups close December 1st - Information, including your chosen user, will be sent via PM! December 15th - All gifts must be sent out by this point! As stated for December 15th, all gifts must be sent out by this time to...
  13. BitBuiltBot

    BitBuilt's 2018 Secret Santa Gift Exchange (US ONLY)

    It's that time of the year once again. School is winding down for the year. In the parts of the world not on fire, the air is getting cooler. Christmas is only 35 days away and thus it's time we begin signups for our annual Secret Santa! The exchange will largely be the same as last year. Sign...
  14. BitBuiltBot

    GC+ Documentation

    GC+ update v1.6 Changelog: - Now every analog mode is supported (this is mainly useful only for GC or when not using Nintendont). - Improved analog triggers stability. - Other minor fixes. How to update Place the file "gc+update.bin" in the root of your USB drive (or SD card if on a Gamecube.)...
  15. BitBuiltBot

    Running Screens Off Lower Voltages

    Introduction Most screens used in portables run off a standard ~12v out of the box. We would like to run these off a lower voltage because most people use a 7.4v battery pack. Luckily, the vast majority of screens can be easily modified to run on lower voltages. This guide is not a one size fits...
  16. BitBuiltBot

    Wii Motherboard Anatomy 101

    Introduction This guide is intended to introduce newer users to the Wii Motherboard. Most significant components are highlighted and labeled in these pictures, while brief descriptions are written below. This guide is written with the assumption that PortablizeMii is used, which uses special...
  17. BitBuiltBot

    Portables and Batteries: A Guide and Explanation

    Lithium batteries or Li-Ion/Li-Po batteries are the clear choice for building a portable because other battery chemistries don't have the same energy density. The only caveat with lithium batteries is they CAN and WILL spontaneously combust if you miss use them. In this thread I intend to...
  18. BitBuiltBot

    Custom GameCube Jewel

    Creating a Custom GameCube Jewel This is a pretty simple mod that should take a few hours to compete. After finishing, you can easily place any image you want on top of your GameCube in just a few short minutes. You will need: -DOL001 Gamecube -Access to a printer -Black electrical tape (or...
  19. BitBuiltBot

    Nintendo Switch Joysticks on Other Consoles

    3DS sliders have been the norm for most Wii portables for just about forever, but understandably people have been searching for options more akin to standard joysticks for reasons of comfort. Nintendo Switch joysticks are an obvious source of interest because of their size, but up until...
  20. BitBuiltBot

    Alternate A/V and Controller Pinouts for PAL Consoles

    Composite Video @ DENC-NUS / PAL-N64: Alternative audio locations (if AMP-NUS is still present/working after trimming): Simple controller-data locations*: *Note: The small components marked as FIL-2, FIL-3, ... can be removed, too. Then the controller can be soldered to the upper pad...
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