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[[Category:JuiceBox]]

Latest revision as of 09:12, 14 July 2007

Using an SMC (Smart Media) to xD adapter you can build a Juiceware cartridge with an xD Socket.
Materials:
  • Smart Media to xD adapter (both listed below use the same socket)
  • Juiceware cartridge
  • 30 AWG (wire wrap) wire
  • solder
  • glue - instant adhesive, (Super Glue)

Tools:
  • Small Phillips screwdriver
  • Soldering iron with a suitable (small) tip
      • Wide tip for de-soldering the ROM (optional)
  • Utility knife or razor blade
  • Sandpaper or file
  • Wire cutter
  • 30 AWG wire stripper
  • Solder-wick

Optional:
  • Multimeter
  • Straight edge
  • Marker
  • Flux pen
  • tape

Assumptions:

You should have all the following;

  • A Juicebox with JTAG working
  • Ability to write and read a NAND device
  • Experienced with SMT soldering
  • A working toolchain

01-JB-XD-grp.jpg
Procedures:
* JuiceWare Xd Materials - Needed Materials
* JuiceWare Xd Socket1 - Liberating the socket
* JuiceWare Xd Socket2 - Prepping the cartridge
* JuiceWare Xd Socket3 - Putting it together
* JuiceWare Xd Socket4 - Testing
* JuiceWare Xd Socket5 - Troubleshooting