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Post by YaYa » Sun Dec 17, 2017 1:28 pm

Please read before posting the wiki.

You will find almost everything already covered.
If you don’t find what you are looking for, use the search function from the forum.
Ultimately if you don’t find something usefull, you can post here.

Be as precise as possible about your issue, used hardware and software.

Allow some time for people to reply, this is a hobby amd everybody is doing this during free time, even Kite !

Once an issue is solved, please put a [solved] into the topic’s title so future people will easily find their answer
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Post by kite » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:00 am

Just adding that the PDF guide is a bit out dated, so always start with the wiki: ... ng-Started
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Post by YaYa » Sun Feb 11, 2018 7:14 am

About the Circuit Sword Original

People here keeps asking over and over the same question before reading the OP where almost everything has been answered.
the OP is here ... 178b86f3f9

Then you have the wiki for the SAIO which gives more tips

And finally the wiki for the CSO which is not fully finished but from my eye, already more than complete.

Here’s wermy’s youtube channel to watch videos on how to tweak the shell ... wkB2Ov5pMw

For soldering courses, go to Abrugsch post. It’s very useful ... ng-school/
Thanks to neolith for his contribution, he reminded me a great thread from inches about soldering and buying soldering tools

People must understand that even if this build is going to be a breeze, YOU MUST DO SOME RESEARCH BEFORE DIGGING INTO IT.

Stop asking what was already covered.

For extra needed parts, look here

Which is nothing more than original post !!!

For any other issues, use the support forum for kite’s products

For inspiration about what to build, use the show off forum.

Shoulder Buttons
For shoulder buttons, you have erik_gee’s solution with DMG style buttons
Or erik_gee’s solution with tactile buttons
You can also help goodBEan development for a 4 tactile switch solution
You can also go DieselDummy’s solution with something innovative
Or go the soft membrane way with HoolyHoo’s solution

As for the bracket for screen and buttons and joystick, HoolyHoo is the master

And as for the bracket for kite's shoulder button pcb (free gift for all of us i kindly remind) wermy seems to be working on a 3D printed part that he will likely sale or give for free as a stl, it's up to him.
Kite's pcb can be used as it with some glue, it's up to you.

I forgot to mention kubino for a CNC cutting service for the shell

As for the batteries, you can go with dextech 5Ah battery which will require heavy mods to the battery tray
or go with a standard LiPo 125054 rated 3.7V@4Ah which requires no modification at all to the battery tray.

For special support about the non Kite designed stuff, contact creator.

I have created a FAQ for the laziest builders

What else ? Have a coffee and read everything.
I’m locking this topic because it’s becoming everything except something.
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Re: Read before posting

Post by Pap » Sat Jul 20, 2019 5:56 am

Hey just wanna update that lots of links are outdate but the most important is SUPER AIO WIKI is no longer existing?

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Re: Read before posting

Post by nicesocks » Thu Sep 12, 2019 9:17 pm

I'm also finding a lot of links are out of date.

I'm coming back after a year or two looking for a guide that used to exist with photos on the setup.

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