2 and a Half Dollarydoos
- Feb 5, 2017
- Banana Bender Land, Australia
My strategy for soldering onto those boards is to tin the wire and the pads (essentially fill the holes with solder), then re-apply heat to the pad and thread the wire through the liquid solder, remove the heat and hold the wire there until it solidifies again. It's pretty easy to redo this, so I wouldn't worry about adding any connectors.i have a silly soldering question that isn't big enough to make a thread about, hopefully this is the right place?
i'm doing an extremely simple project where i'm attaching wires directly to a PCB with a bunch of through-hole solder pads (the GC+ 2 actually). is it best practice to just thread the wires through the holes and then solder? or should i crimp some sort of ferrule / connector onto each wire and then solder that to the board? or should i do something else?
i'm sure electrically any of these things can make a circuit, just not sure what is proper or optimal. this is an extremely simple first project just to give me some experience with the GC+ board before moving onto a more complex project - just using the board to make a custom hitboxx i have lying around work with the gamecube
does anyone have an extra?
I had a quick gander and couldn't find many resources on the Sword Health tablet, or even anyone who claimed to have succesfully done this before. It seems to be based on a chinese android tablet, the Dragon Touch Notepad 102. I'm not sure how you'd root the thing, but even if you did, you'd need to find a ROM that's compatible with the device and I don't have that information.Hello, wondering about an emulator on an android tablet. The tablet is a sword health. Yeah I know, strange, but needs to be done. How do I uninstall the current OS and swap with dolphin emulator? Also the tablet comes with 5 motion controllers so if we could use those that would be interesting...