[SUPPORT] Kite's Super AIO Support Thread

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Post by tralalem » Thu Mar 02, 2017 12:40 pm

Board also arrived in Germany today and everything looks good! Thank you so much!
Now I just need to wait for the battery and the step drill... why did I order the step drill from China?! :D

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Post by Kroan » Thu Mar 02, 2017 1:39 pm

Heh. I just realised I'm missing the M2 Screw and Bolts

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Post by kite » Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:48 pm

Kroan wrote:Heh. I just realised I'm missing the M2 Screw and Bolts
People have been having a hard time finding these, but if you load up your local country eBay and search 'M2 bolt' you should see hundreds of hits :)

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Re: [SUPPORT] Kite's Super AIO Support Thread

Post by ocmoho » Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:38 pm

sweet, cant wait to get mine, looks like its gonna be a long road until finalized but definately worth it. SO clean looking.

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Post by jermzz » Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:24 pm

I found m2 bolts on amazon.

Got mine today, but didnt realize I don't have any more DMG cases! D'oh!

Looks great, Kite! Thank you!

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Re: [SUPPORT] Kite's Super AIO Support Thread

Post by Ruben1701 » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:19 am

How do i check which side of my button is the ground side?

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Post by kite » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:26 am

Ruben1701 wrote:How do i check which side of my button is the ground side?
Use a multimeter in continuity mode, or look at the manual, or check this pic:

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What you can do is 'fold' the pins over so that they meet, and solder the wires onto the join of the fold.

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Post by Ruben1701 » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:35 am

kite wrote:
Ruben1701 wrote:How do i check which side of my button is the ground side?
Use a multimeter in continuity mode, or look at the manual, or check this pic:

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What you can do is 'fold' the pins over so that they meet, and solder the wires onto the join of the fold.
Thank you but this isnt totally what i meant. I mean when i want the 4 bumper buttons i need to align the ground side can i recognize this on the button or?

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Post by abrugsch » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:51 am

Ruben1701 wrote:Thank you but this isnt totally what i meant. I mean when i want the 4 bumper buttons i need to align the ground side can i recognize this on the button or?
a button isn't directional. it won't matter how you connect it

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Post by kite » Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:54 am

Ruben1701 wrote:Thank you but this isnt totally what i meant. I mean when i want the 4 bumper buttons i need to align the ground side can i recognize this on the button or?
For the L1L2/R1R2 buttons, I supply a 3pin cable which has GND, L1, L2 .. you should place the GND pin to ONE side of BOTH the buttons (doesn't matter which side) and the L1 to ONE of the buttons, and L2 to the OTHER button (ps not shouting, just giving emphasis ;) ). Hope that makes sense.. a button doesn't have a specific 'ground side', but it does have a side that YOU connected to ground :)

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