1. OneSkyNet2012

    Question Troubleshooting GC+ 2.0

    Hello, I am working on a G-Wii and am having issues getting the buttons and joysticks to work. Namely, the GC+ 2.0 appears to not be working. I have spent the better half a 2 weeks researching and trying to find a solution to this issue I am having. Apparently, it's just not a problem other...
  2. Question A couple of questions from a newbie

    I'm planning to make my first portable wii and I have very little knowledge of electronics. I found a lot of useful information on this forum, but I still have some questions. The portables I've seen they usually have up to 4 battery cells, would it be possible to increase this to 6 for an...
  3. A_s6

    Question GC+ 2.0 for a Nintendo Switch controller

    Is it possible to use the GC+ 2.0 to build a switch controller? I was thinking that I could build a controller using it that connects wirelessly to the switch, but I'm not sure if it's possible.
  4. FallenLogic

    Solved Pad Labeling on GC+

    There are two pads across from each other (for resistors) with the label R2R9 - the rest of the pads are labeled R1-R16 (except R2 and R9). My question is: do I solder both R2 and R9 to those pads? What does it mean?
  5. Question GC+ Need help getting boards to work

    While waiting for the store to restock GC+ I decided to build a few. I have tested everything with a multimeter and didn't find any shorts. (I know in the 2nd image, 2 of the vias on the left look connected but according to my multimeter they are fine, maybe just the solder mask is messed up)...
  6. DeoNaught


    One hand soldered GC+ for sale by your's truely :3 It might not look pretty, but I tested, and it works! I'm looking for about $20 plus shipping (but willing to go down a bit lower) You can contact me with questions or offers on here or on discord, my tag is Ghostie#3815 Going for $18 now :}
  7. Blitz4597

    GC+ or 3d printed case

    If anyone has a gc+ laying around id be happy to take it off your hands for a price. I'm also looking for someone who does 3d printing for cases (since i dont have access to one) Thanks! EDIT: I have someone working on the case, just searching for the gc+ now
  8. WTB: GC+

    I bought some GC+ PCB's from Oshpark but thought I'd check and see if anyone already had a populated and programmed GC+ they were looking to sell before I go buy a Pic programmer and the necessary parts? Shipping would be to USA. PM me!
  9. Joe DiCristo

    Where can I find a GC+ For Sale?

    Hi! I am building a wii portable and would love a GC+ for my build. Does anyone have one for sale? Thanks, Joe
  10. DeoNaught

    ~SOLD~ For Sale or trade: Gc+

    SOLD I'm selling my Gc+, I know alot of people want them(but shop down ofc). I'm willing to sell at regular price, I have a cut up Game cube controller already, so not really needed at the moment, I need money and wiis at the moment. willing to trade for Wiis, or stuff that you think I might...
  11. GingerOfOz

    Anyone have an extra GC+?

    Hello friends, So just a few minutes ago, I found out that the engineering program at my school is heading to a conference to present our more impressive projects to the Project Lead the Way CEO and other board members and sponsors next Wednesday. PLTW is essentially the company that provides...
  12. pipbug

    GC+ w/ Raspberry Pi?

    I know it's not its intended use, but would it work? :XD:
  13. tyE

    Question GC+

    When will the GC+ be back in stock? I am working on a portable wii using the wtftrim and the only piece im missing is a way to connect a controller. I could always cut an original GC controller in half and rewire it to fit but that sounds like a lot of work when I could easily use the GC+.
  14. Kanelot

    Solved C stick axis flipped and decreased sensitivity? (Maybe GC+)

    Hello all, Today I was wiring up my controls to my new GC+ board and found, to my great surprise, that while everything else works like a charm my C-stick appears to have the X and Y axis flipped, both with very decreased sensitivity. I followed the gamecube joystick pinout for my wiring and...