Running Fusée Gelée through a Teensy 3.6

Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by natinusala, May 1, 2018.

  1. SilverfalconLP

    SilverfalconLP Advanced Member

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    If you like look ,im post video (sorry for shake bad position of movile xd) whit link to img (raspbian little onli terminal not Desktop)

    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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  2. T-Error

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    I wonder if the pi can get power from the Switch. TXs dongle seems to get power from there.
     
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  3. thmo_

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    Isn't the RPi Zero just the right size to fit inside a joy con casing? I mean, it runs linux, so we can just write a script to let it autorun any fusee launcher and fit it inside a joy con case. If the Switch powers the joy cons during RCM mode and it's enough to power the RPi we woudln't even need a powerbank or anything.

    Just thinking loud.. I don't know if the switch even powers the joycons during RCM and if it's enough, but that would be some great personal project ^^
     
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  4. DaveLister

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    The device charges via the port obviously but im sure i have seen a device try to take a charge form the switch also - like phone s8 im sure ...... with USB 3 it can go in both direction for power supply im sure.


    Where I state im sure , i am actually not sure , im Irish to be sure to be sure.
     
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  5. T-Error

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    Do you really want a cable running from the joycon to the USB?
     
  6. DaveLister

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    Guessing implied usb mod also required for a RCM non manual insertion requirement .
     
  7. T-Error

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    Thats what I was thinking.
     
  8. thmo_

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    It would more be a seperate joycon, since the pi would take all the place inside.. just for loading the payload and stuff.. you could integrate it with the jig, etc.
    Till we get a modchip.

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    If the Pi would be supplied with power by the swith as a usb host directly you wouldn‘t need a seperate joycon thingy for sure, i‘ll have to read up on this.
     
  9. T-Error

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    But how do you want to inject the payload if you use the joycon to bridge pin10?
     
  10. SilverfalconLP

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    LoL im test and launch fuse whit my rasp3 and OTG to my Phone for poweron Raspberry and work ok xd ,no need powerbank only the Phone for poweron
     
  11. DaveLister

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    Well yes for NXloader incompatible phones i can see the use case. I am trying to go int he direction of less weight and devices - make it usable for my kids.
     
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  12. thmo_

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    Haven‘t tried hacking my switch as of now, i have to read up on how the joycons connect and what pins can be used for what, but i‘m sure you might be able to work that out using the Pi and some additional stuff inside.
     
  13. T-Error

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    I'm pretty shure that the joycon pins can't be accessed in RCM. Thats why I wondered how you want to make it work without a cable.
     
  14. thmo_

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    Well, damn. If the pins won't work (just power would be enough tho) during RCM then it's not gonna work. Would've been nice tho.
     
  15. DaveLister

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    So i am wondering if the the TX device has a battery onboard for charging ? doubt it .
     
  16. Wierd_w

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    In addition to the zsun wifi dongle I pointed out prior (elsewhere), this bad boy could also potentially be used as a base.
    Note how in the teardown pics some variants contain its own battery. :P A short USB-A to USB-C pigtail, and the right software, and you are good to go.

    Considering they are very inexpensive, I might do workups for both this and the zsun once Atmosphere is ready. (the one with the battery seems to go for around 30$ though. Prolly the shipping excise on the lipo battery. The one without the battery (which some clever soldering with 2 wires inside would solve; Just bridge the + and - voltage leads between the two USB ports, so the switch supplies the voltage) is much cheaper.)

    The zsun is a much more robust device at a similar price point though.
     
  17. lolboy

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    How about other microcontrollers (cheaper ones) ? For example: arduino leonardo?
     
  18. DaveLister

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    I think XHCI and USB 3 support required initially, so the cheaper models , do they grant us those features ? ( Genuinely do not know)
     
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  19. lolboy

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    Hmm i don't think XHCI and USB3 are supported by leonardo. Maybe other cheaper brands?
     
  20. natinusala
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    natinusala The guy who writes Linux on Switch guides

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    It's so low level that we will need to implement our own HCI controller. It's like this with the Teensy anyway. It can be patched.
     
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