Putting it back together is twice as much fun. Make absolutely sure the circuit boards are positioned correctly, with the case mount posts correctly aligned within the through-holes of the PCB before attempting to tighten the PCB mounting screws.
Take note as to the orientation of the red D-pad bridge between the membrane and the button pad itself. It must be replaced in the same direction (do not flip it over when replacing it).
Not all units use Torx screws. Both of my controllers, purchased as the Nexus Player was being discontinued, use #1 Phillips.
Has anyone attempted to add vibration motors to this? I have not tested this but I believe that is what J401 and J402 were meant for.
Okay, this must be one of the first release boards. What is the mount in the rear right for? The SNES doesn't have it, and I believe the second release is the same as the SNES (but I won't open my wife's NESC to find out).
There is a major difference though. HTC is a quality OEM in their own right... just not one with a very good design record as of late. Foxconn is just a slave labor factory.
USB-C issues cited here are NOT the fault kg USB but of the retailers failing to take the time to purchase quality, certified cables. You wouldn't buy garden hose to plumb a hydraulic cylinder, so don't buy crap cables to charge your $1,000 phone from your $3,000 computer.
I believe the Pixel is OMTP, which despite being the less popular option, is the more common sense option in my opinion. I'm only going off my Reddit scanning though.
Awww... freaking Samesong! You just can't get away from these guys!
Quando lo avranno fatto, sarai in grado di visualizzare un grafico della reputazione guadagnata nel tempo da loro.
Ecco un'anteprima di come il grafico apparirà:
Ancora nessuna reputazione acquisita.