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Title: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 09:05 AM - 08/05/16
Modded N52te 2016 Edition


Introduction:

I know N52te is quite old already.
I know it is quite hard to get your hands on N52te nowadays.
I know there are other alternatives already and some of those even have cherry switches.

But I don't care. My N52te is starting to be a little worn out and I thought instead of doing hot glue fixes I would make a completely new modded one. I still had one N52te in unopened box, so why not. And as I have said, I never write anything twice. So that's why there is a new evolution this time also.

Here are some key points:
- Complete custom PCBs where needed with through hole preferred design.
- Custom redesigned 3D parts for 3D-printing.
- Near zero dremel usage for more "real" product look.

If you are still at least a little interested about modded N52te, make your voice heard on this thread. This is the last thread I will make about this, and after I'm done I won't revisit this anymore.


Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 09:06 AM - 08/05/16
Cherry conversion

1. Requirements

You need to buy the following parts:
 - Custom PCB [link (https://www.oshpark.com/shared_projects/PvKglivD)]
OSHpark is probably the easiest place to order these, but it is not cheap for this size boards ($47.80). I ordered mine from china for under 20€ / 5 pieces. I can give gerber files and info about the shops if you want.

 - 3D printed frame [link (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1784054)]
If you have a 3d printer you can try to print these yourself. However I highly recommend you to not do it. These were not designed to be printed with filament printer. I ordered mine from i.materialise.com. Printed as polyamide and dyed black. All the dimensions seem to match, so I can recommend this to others.

 - x14 Cherry MX switches.
The switch type whatever you like.

 - x14 Diodes.
Pretty much any basic through hole diode like 1N4148 will work. I accidentally used zener diodes, don't do that yourself...

 - (optional) x14 3mm LEDs.
Any color you like. Check the current and voltage ratings for the leds. You will need those to calculate the correct resistors for those.

 - (optional) x14 resistors for the leds.
Use some resistor calculation tool to calculate the correct resistors (like this: http://ledcalc.com/). The supply voltage is 5V and the leds are connected parallel.


2. Open the N52te and remove the key board

There are screws on the back. One is under the thumb key rubber pad and another one is under joystick rubber pad. The rest are visible without removing anything extra.

Desolder the 10 wire ribbon cable that goes to the keypad pcb. After all this you should get this part off of the device:
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtVzU1TTVmMEl4V2M)
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtQU1ZMS1zTVIyUTQ)
NOTE: do not cut the ribbon cable like I did. You need it full length.

You got it? Good, now trow it away, because we are going to replace it.


3. Solder the diodes (and resistors)

Solder the diodes and resistors to the pcb. If you dont need the diodes, then dont solder the resistors. There are markings on the board. If you are in doubt, check the pic.
Important note: The legs of the components can not be longer than 1mm on the front side of the board. Otherwise those will hit the frame.
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtQ0JoYXB3OUVwcDQ)


4. Trim the printed frame

You can skip this step if you ordered the parts separately.

I have made a version where the frame and bottom parts are connected with struts. This is because usually there is a minimum price for a single print. This makes it cheaper to print.

The struts are in red on the render:
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtMGtramhIUFM4S1U)


5. Place switches

The switches are installed "upside down". Meaning the leds are on the top. If the holes are too small, use a file. Holes on my print were prefect size.
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtWElob0J0dWN5c1U)


6. Combine these two parts together

You should be able to fit these 2 together now. Make sure you press these together completely. If you didn't trim the legs of the resistors and diodes short enough, this is the part where it will be a problem.


7. Add leds

Next put 3mm leds to the switches. Cathode is on the right side, which I guess is also the opposite to the regular way. The max length for the legs is 2mm here.
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtR0JGVUM1bTdSa2s)


8. Solder the ribbon cable

After these steps you should have something like this:
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtNGxuVWNpUThBZnc)
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtaU1KNk1Qak93ZTA)

Make sure it fits inside the device before soldering the ribbon cable.

Next you need to solder the ribbon cable to the pcb. It is attached the same way as on the original board.
NOTE: On the picture the pads are through hole, but on the design I will give those are SMD pads on the backside. These are in my opinion easier to solder.

Here are pics of my tests:
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtbUxkd2I0QzlSRjA)
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGta1VPeklITTZqREE)

9. Close up the device

Now you should be able to close the device. Polyamide is quite flexible, so you may need to press the case parts a little to get everything fit.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 09:06 AM - 08/05/16
Joystick

(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtUEJtWDF0ZjJFakk)
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGteVJCRklvRlJ3NVk)
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtZnBHYzJiUkdWN3M)
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtM1dXZy1MdmxPVEk)
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 09:07 AM - 08/05/16
reserved
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: tails72 on 09:52 AM - 08/05/16
i want to see more, are you using a teesey to run this?
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 02:19 PM - 08/05/16
Cherry conversion can be done without changing anything else inside. For joystick I planned a separate teensy, which would then require external usb hub.

I have designed a clone teensy (with wireless capabilities) which would replace N52te main board, but that is something I am not even sure I can get to work. However teensy 3.2 has enough pins for complete control of the device, so I can make a wiring diagram for those that truly want to deal with annoying wiring.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: pdogg6 on 03:27 PM - 08/05/16
I'm interested in this thread.  I just recently acquired a n52te and have been reading the old analog joystick mod.  Bought some teensy boards years ago to start a project but never got to it.  Hopefully I can savage those.  Looking forward to the tutorial.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: killawink64 on 04:28 PM - 08/05/16
I to am following this.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 08:46 AM - 08/06/16
I dropped the extra button on the top. This made it possible to model the whole side as a one part instead of two. The printed models are not as shiny as I would have hoped.

The custom joystick cap is modified cap from the steam controller. It is same dimensions as a xbox 360 cap.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 09:52 AM - 08/06/16
Why don't you do your own thing? Will the base plate and cable still be N52te?
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 10:27 AM - 08/06/16
The casing and arm rest are the only things left in the final version. No cable since its wireless.

There aren't enough things wrong with N52te. If I made my own version, it would not be that much different from N52te.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: chad20 on 07:05 PM - 08/06/16
If you make the whole thing you can sell them. I'm sure a lot of us on here would buy one.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 12:06 AM - 08/07/16
Quote
There aren't enough things wrong with N52te. If I made my own version, it would not be that much different from N52te.

Still it would be different and it would be yours. You could kickstart to mold the plastic, Obsiv would surely help you. People cant build this with a long gone keyboard.

You are past Mods.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Od1n on 06:11 AM - 08/07/16
how much pesos for a w11ce crafted piece? ;)

N52te's in acceptable condition or even new are harder to find than diamonds, unless this mod doesnt work with the new copycats from razer i dont see myself having the chance to go for a mod lol
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 02:54 AM - 08/08/16
150 € + Postage
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Au1d Yin on 07:54 AM - 08/09/16
Really looking forward to seeing this W11cE  :)

Are you doing anything with the left over D Pad and button wiring?
A mini 5 way switch using these wires would be good.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: R3MiX on 08:51 AM - 08/09/16
Following this. Nice 2016 mod but pictures look 2008. ;). Maybe upgrade that camera?  ;D
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Od1n on 02:48 PM - 08/09/16
Following this. Nice 2016 mod but pictures look 2008. ;). Maybe upgrade that camera?  ;D

finland is a third tier country by microsoft and sony standards, you can be happy to have internet access there let alone digital cameras ;O ;O ;O


as for the mod id be fine with 3100 pesos aka 150€ if it includes the infamous surströmming version with a signature of w11ce! :)
(no joke!)
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 11:15 PM - 08/09/16
Some ideas for YOUR gaming keyboard:

- Teensy slot with ball connectors. This would be a great Project on ins own that you can sell separatedly to developpers. You just buy the Teensy and you just inject the Teensy into the device. Not easy to do for sure.
- Left and right version that forms full keyboard if you have both. not sure if possible.
- if BT allow several dongles so you can use the keyboard on several machines. XIM, PC, etc.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 12:47 PM - 08/17/16
i'm in i have 2 1 still boxed....
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 12:00 AM - 08/18/16
Yeah me too but would be nice to see him start something of his own. As he is completely capable.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 02:12 AM - 08/18/16
Yeah but you already have a good foundation to build off so why over complicate things to early little steps, just checked and i have one in boxed condition 0 modding done just light use, one i use on and off joystick mod only, a bare bones stripped to just all pcb's, and a razor one collecting dust.
Hotas is the key all buttons in positions easily reachable without having to re-position hand, you can load up a keyboard with as many cherries as you want but in the heat you will use only a very small percentage due to them being a little out of reach, so you keep your primary functions close, you really only need 3 rows of 4 to be in quick easy reach outside of that and its no longer Hotas as you have had to introduce another move its just human ergonomics.
I know Roads is going to cringe at this but i have often thought of using expensive pov hat switches not as joystick replacement but keys as with a 4 way hat switch placed at each finger would instantly give you 16 functions with one movement.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 02:19 AM - 08/18/16
It's simply as he needs to do this for himself. I agree the his is nice in hands. CH throttle is great.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 06:39 PM - 08/19/16
We will see in the future if I will make my own device. This mod also to practice some of the required things needed in a real own device. I have never gone this deep on circuits in the mods yet.

Are you doing anything with the left over D Pad and button wiring?
A mini 5 way switch using these wires would be good.
Believe me, I tried designing a dpad over the joystick, but there just isn't enough space for any kind of dpad.

Following this. Nice 2016 mod but pictures look 2008. ;). Maybe upgrade that camera?  ;D
Lol, yeah. After taking the pictures, thats what was on my mind too. I hate taking pictures in general, but maybe I need to try improve.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 12:09 AM - 08/23/16
You mean you cant do your own without the N52te bottom plate and hand rest?
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Grebs on 09:33 AM - 08/23/16
I have the 52te so I'll be watching.  Had this beauty for years with zero trouble
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: ScopeLoc on 01:13 PM - 08/23/16
Hi great work. Please post links to where I can get the parts from.  Or if you want put a package together with a price and I can just buy from you that way you can save on your production of it. Add some in for your time.  You guys here at xim forum can be a real team of manufactures because you solve the problems people have and you listen to what we want.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 12:04 PM - 09/02/16
I will post the links during this weekend. Meanwhile here is my own custom teensy LC board for replacing the main board:
(https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B_0MQrj9_eGtRk9MRTEtS2N4NXc)
Boots up and flashes nicely so far. Dont ask if you can buy these. You cant. I can share oshpark link and bom if someone thinks he can solder together something like this.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 04:04 PM - 09/21/16
Added links for the parts. Please comment back if you ordered those. I made some small fixes to those after the first ones.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 12:26 PM - 09/24/16
Awesome i shall be ordering you have rescued me from the nav been waiting so long for this any news on joystick casing mod.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: ScopeLoc on 10:35 PM - 10/08/16
Hi can you post the size of the frame. I thought I seen it but now I cant find it. Thank you
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 10:49 AM - 10/09/16
Ordered new version of the joystick parts some time ago. I will get those in 3 weeks.

Hi can you post the size of the frame. I thought I seen it but now I cant find it. Thank you
What do you mean with the size?
Title: scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 09:03 AM - 10/11/16
When I go to order at I.materials the size is not there but I can see 3d model. I know it's about 3 inches width, but I would like to make sure I am getting what he designed. 
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 01:06 PM - 10/12/16
Ok, the size of the combined version is:
72.643 mm x 99.664 mm x 14.50 mm
Title: scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 06:57 PM - 10/13/16
Thank you   I will try to get it
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 11:36 AM - 10/16/16
Please don't forget at least one  place for magnet if you redo the hull. This one is holding well.
https://www.magnetversand.de/neodym-magnete/ringmagnete-mit-senkung/neodym-magnete-mit-senkung-d-14-mm/a-181/
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 10:34 AM - 10/18/16
I am puzzled please do tell Roads why the magnet.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 10:37 AM - 10/18/16
Oh for the Gduck lapdesk see thread in member projects. It holds the device in place when you dont use it and put the lapdesk vertically somewhere. For thos not using the lapdesk the hollow part will not disturb as its on the bottom.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 02:45 PM - 10/18/16
I am not redoing the hull, so you have to invent the magnet there yourself.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 06:05 PM - 10/18/16
Sure just in case you do think magnet.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 12:13 AM - 10/19/16
Thought so but for a little while i studied mine thinking why.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 01:21 AM - 10/19/16
there isnt a good place to screw it on really as all lies flat on table. Inside Magnet gets weak. Wont hold device on Gduck.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 12:22 AM - 10/23/16
W11ce the pics are broken. Pic-upload works fine lately if you register they stay and its still free.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: roads on 12:34 AM - 10/23/16
it would not be bad to redo the bottom plate as a cherry wont fit the thumb plate as its not high enough. A cherry works perfectly there. I use it al the time as shift key to double the N52te keys.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: nasko on 04:12 AM - 10/25/16
If you make the whole thing you can sell them. I'm sure a lot of us on here would buy one.

YES I do :D

I have already written a pn to W11cE.
Hopefully I get an answer.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 08:06 AM - 11/19/16
All my parts have arrived, now onto the build pics to follow instead of going for black in the print i went for blue looks nice too.
Any updates on the joystick housing....
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: ScopeLoc on 01:40 PM - 11/22/16
Hi I have a question about the frame to be printed at I.materialize. the lower part of the frame to be more specific. I sent the files as combine and size was good and everything, after placing the order I got an email saying parts of the wall was to thin for printing. in the model they show it seems that most of the areas red are where the frame snaps in place " the relief for the prong to hold it" but other area is next to where the cherry pins are. Did anyone else get this email? and if so any help in fixxing the problem would be great. Thank You.

Update:    it seems to be the areas where the diods set at.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 03:53 PM - 11/22/16
Is it possible for you to redo the design and just cut the groove out all the way?
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 07:48 PM - 11/22/16
Hi I have a question about the frame to be printed at I.materialize. the lower part of the frame to be more specific. I sent the files as combine and size was good and everything, after placing the order I got an email saying parts of the wall was to thin for printing. in the model they show it seems that most of the areas red are where the frame snaps in place " the relief for the prong to hold it" but other area is next to where the cherry pins are. Did anyone else get this email? and if so any help in fixxing the problem would be great. Thank You.

Update:    it seems to be the areas where the diods set at.

no probs here an no emails, popped all my cherries in an all fine haven't completed it yet just dry runs no soldering yet its on my list to do.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 08:03 AM - 11/23/16
Did you order as combined or separately. Also did you use I.materailize?
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 03:11 PM - 11/23/16
What material did you use for the order? With polyamide there has not been any problems. Yes, I saw also that there are some spots where the thickness is quite low, but it still prints just nice.

Joystick part is ready, but I am still not completely satisfied with the model. It goes to its place, but you need to force it a little. Maybe I have to just say its good enough and write the tutorial.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 05:03 PM - 11/23/16
Hi the email said that some of the spots were less than 0.8mm and it had to be more by the regulations... But now I got an email saying that they sent it to printing so I am not sure what went on.... I chose polyamide dyed red. So unless color matters there should be no diff.  Any way I will wait to see what I get.   Thanks for your help
Title: Re: Scopeloc
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 07:43 PM - 11/23/16
Did you order as combined or separately. Also did you use I.materailize?

Sorry late reply.
Yes and Yes, polyamide and colour blue.

@ W11cE
No worries you crack on i can wait no need to rush perfection, i'm sure i can kibosh something in its place until you are ready.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 06:56 AM - 12/05/16
Mine is all built, made a few mistakes along the way like i miss understood which way the cathode was for led's.

The pic you have displayed says cathode to the right which i thought was right side looking as the pic wrong on my part right side from top down doh had to de-solder them all an re-do.

The i discovered a non working key had spares swapped it still not working, an then there it is one of those little orange/black thingys wrong way round popped it out switched it round all good now.

One thing i noticed is the back gets quite hot now does yours i just don't remember it getting that warm....

Joystick what a pita that was, got it all in an was off centre took me all day to figure out it was cause i had put the VCC pins from stick in to teensy V in 3.6v to 6v and not in the V 3.3v....

Stick button mine seems to be permanently on which i think is my stick so will ignore that for now not needed...

How are you connecting to Xim are you using a powered usb hub, i have got it working using a hub but for some reason my Xim will not connect via BT when hub is in with or without power makes no difference, had it working briefly but went into game and it lost connection and could not get it back even the pairing any help on this would be appreciated...

For stick mounting i used this  http://www.shapeways.com/product/62H9B2TMV/thumb-stick-mount-for-suncom-sfs?optionId=60407819

Which works nicely just need to cut away all the little bits that held the d-pad in place and widen the hole for stick then drill 4 small holes to match the pillars on the holder, its tight but got it all inside including the teensy just remember to flash it before closing it up doh
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 03:03 PM - 12/05/16
Thanks for the post. I will try the stick holder if I have to change mine for any reason.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 04:14 PM - 12/05/16
Hey I have a question.  I am not putting lights on my board. Will i still need the doors and resistors?
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 06:46 AM - 12/07/16
Diods not doors.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 09:06 AM - 12/07/16
Not sure on that does say if you don't need them but i have no idea what a diode does i'm sure W11cE will chime in when he is around.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 05:26 PM - 12/08/16
Well I know they stop the current from back flowing. If I don't need them then I will not put them however I do have them already so I may do it in case I want to add lights later.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 05:29 PM - 12/08/16
Yes, you need the diodes. If you are not installing lights, then you don't need resistors.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 07:54 AM - 12/09/16
OK thank you. I will get started on it. Nice job on the design.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 09:48 PM - 12/09/16
Together and working. Nice design it fit in perfect and is much steadier than before. I Thank you for work.
Title: Scopeloc
Post by: ScopeLoc on 02:27 PM - 12/10/16
I wanted to say once again thanks for your time making the files for this. I had done the old mod which worked but the buttons felt mushy at times. Now it is perfect and I think it already increased my abilities in COD "wall running jumping that kind of stuff.
Now to start my second unit so I can have 2.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: ScopeLoc on 11:59 PM - 03/28/17
Hi i was wondering how the teensy board worked out, and if you are going to post the files for it?
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Grizz on 03:13 PM - 02/11/19
Hi i was wondering how the teensy board worked out, and if you are going to post the files for it?

Also curious about this. I just picked up an N52te and would love to add an analog stick in place of the current dpad.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: W11cE on 06:59 PM - 02/12/19
Oh, I had to edit the files and it took some time to get the new 3d printed parts. So when I got those, ended up not writing a continuation. I will post the 3d model files at one point when I find all.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: THE-MARAVINGY on 06:05 AM - 02/16/19
Oh, I had to edit the files and it took some time to get the new 3d printed parts. So when I got those, ended up not writing a continuation. I will post the 3d model files at one point when I find all.

Awesome been waiting for this for quite sometime.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Grizz on 04:10 AM - 02/19/19
Oh, I had to edit the files and it took some time to get the new 3d printed parts. So when I got those, ended up not writing a continuation. I will post the 3d model files at one point when I find all.

That'd be great, we'd really appreciate it.

(Mainly the joystick mod! :) )
Title: Tut Modded N52te 2016 Edition
Post by: Barrysauch on 08:35 PM - 07/06/19
i hadnt finished my response part, and people seemed to want a tut, so i posted what i had, if you had read the bottom of my post you would have known that.
Title: Re: Tut: Modded N52te, 2016 Edition
Post by: Scarface on 10:56 AM - 08/08/19
Amazing mod. I still have mine with wire mod and epoxy. I might redo the mod with proper pcb some day..
It would be awesome if the PCB had hot swap sockets.