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SwitchMe Internal Dev Board by Team REBUG is finally shipping soon!

Discussion in 'Official 'TEAM REBUG' Support Forum' started by GaryOPA, May 25, 2018.

By GaryOPA on May 25, 2018 at 12:36 PM
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    NEWS UPDATE: August 27th - Team REBUG will be shipping out finished boards soon! :)
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    Yoshi dropped by Twitter, to let everyone know that Team REBUG's (SwitchMe development board) is finally shipping out to resellers and first wave of pre-orders, and they are also sorry for the delay but it was not their fault. #TradeWars
    As you can see in the photo above, nice racks and racks of SwitchME boards all ready for packaging and shipping, so it will not be long now, before we will be seeing all the cool install pics, and cool things that cool people will be doing with their Switch'es. :)

    OFFICIAL SITE: --> https://rebug.me/product/switchme/

    BTW, if you missed out of first wave of pre-orders, don't worry more batches are coming, and in meantime check with official resellers --> https://rebug.me/shop/resellers/ <-- MaxConsole also recommends our sponsors ModMySwitch and ModChipFrance as they have great track record of customer support and will answer questions right here in 'Team REBUG's official support forums' which are hosted here! :)

     
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Discussion in 'Official 'TEAM REBUG' Support Forum' started by GaryOPA, May 25, 2018.

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      CAA161AA-B3DC-4F0E-AD2D-63AFE9A437FB.jpeg 8C5B0202-227B-405A-88D9-F014B26C2F75.jpeg B6E0905D-417A-41FD-8ED2-18FD3FF45FFF.jpeg 0B0B7C24-E8BC-4C9D-9FEB-1DF8C94F0D92.jpeg BD53DD0D-E106-49D9-B138-1466C2FD1231.jpeg E4F8EA6F-CAB0-44FF-8DD9-A8AE203AF640.jpeg Hit me up as a tester...

      This is my soldering skills.
      Reference...
      -Ps2 modchip install
      -Snes classic micro as card install
      I have also modded doc 3.0 boxes, Xbox 360, etc...


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      Christopher Schreiber

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      hey o/

      I'm interested in testing the modchip.
      Unfortunately I don't have many Reference photos about my soldering skills.
      I repaired many 3DS devices by hardmod which were bricked when there was no other way except a Hardmod + NAND Backup.
      I also worked on a portable Gamecube Device which I stopped working on due lack of time and interest:



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      If you were active in the Nintendo 3DS Scene, you probably heard of me.

      Would be cool if I could test your modchip. I have two Nintendo Switch Devices (3.0.0 & 4.1.0) here.

      You can contact me via Discord ( Cellenseres#2571 ), E-Mail ( [email protected] ) or Twitter ( @Cellenseres )
       
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      yea i cant see a mod chip really picking up, when users have to solder.... when they can use simple tools to apply cfw.
       
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      From what I've read, there is some demand for such an item, although I can see it remaining a relative niche.
       
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      I don't know about you but I don't want to have to jig my switch every time I want to load cfw, and have to be tethered to a computer/phone/TX dongle every single time I need to reboot.

      Solder in solution and autoRCM = boot to whatever payload/cfw you want instantly every time without holding buttons, shorting pins, and being tethered ;)

      Just my .2c
       
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      I'd actually take a soldered modchip over one that you have to plug in.
       
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      Didnt have a Switch, but want to be a part of that solder competition. :D
      TeamMaxConsole & TeamModControl! :p
       

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      Having an internal modchip, I think will be good for those that are true-console-fans, not until portable usage, leaving it in the official nintendo dock, as i yet to see how the TX SX solution can work in the dock, without first removing it and then putting it back in.

      Just my .2c :)
       
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      Hello. Really want to join this project.
      I'm from Russia.
      Got a switch on 1.0.0 fw.
      I have 7+ years of experience working in electronics repair shop (cell phones, tablet PCs, laptops, game console and many more) and another 10 years as a hobby. I'm experienced in BGA soldering (reballing, repairing broken pins under BGA ICs, soldering chips glued with compound and so on), soldering to very small points (internal pins of various connectors, repairing flexible PCB ribbons, soldering under microscope and so on), soldering using heat gun or IR equipment (chips in any cases, small smd components, bga chips and so on).

      Too bad that I didn't have many reference photos of my soldering skills but I think this must be proof enough:

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      I would love to try out this mod. I used to have a small side business modding xbox, ps1, and ps2 systems for a modchip website many moons ago. Unfortunately I never took pics of my soldering. But to do PS2, that required some major skills. Only pic I could find was this, which was about how many I'd do in a week.
       

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      updated the first post, with latest pics of the first prototype
       
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      Now that's beast mode!
       
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      I would like to get in on the modchips
       

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      What was the outcome?
       
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      Check out the cool update to the first post with latest July 4th firework pictures from Team Rebug
       
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      Check out the first post, it has been updated with cool video of their modchip booting up, and installation picture also! :)
       
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      Well it seems its more or less the M0 installation without removing the usb-port
       
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      And with this boot up on cfw? Or what?
       

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