Originally Posted by digiprog
every thing i wanted is sum testing using the teensy board :P anw it's not a problem i didn't recieve the teensy ++ .. anw what judges meant when he sayed ur teensy (2.0)board that you have has no enough i/o point is basically the "wires that links the nor to the at90usb chip on the teensy board" but this board has enough wires for nands wich has no "bitstream" for the teensy board .. and sorry if i made it long but i stated before a teensy ++ 2.0 is a great tool u can nearly use it for everything .. but just like Andy's status.. programming is the big hole in my cv too :P .. im sure judes is perfectly aware of nands and he's making a great job in developing stuff for the scene and umm judges needs just a YLOD nand ps3 to test on .. not important to have a working ps3 so he can test ..
i didnt know
was wanting some nand boards
if he wants some for reading / writing then i can soon send him some
the boards are usless (test boards for setting up my re-work starion)
but the nands are fine
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Originally Posted by afzoo3hax
To be more precise: That is something which is not the fault of any of your downgrading guides. Of course we are told about the need for a voltage regulator. But it is perhaps too easy to assume that the Teensy comes with one already included! I mean - I certainly forget to order the extra part. It is 1 miniscule SMT component for which there is no mention about it on the main PJRC ordering page for the Teensy 2.00++. I have been considering emailing PJRC to explain the issue with them. It would be nicer if they could include a clear cross-link to the optional Voltage Regulator on their main Teensy 2.0++ ordering page. But it's not even mentioned, or hinted at. And the photo there, see, is of the TOP of the Teensy, so nothing really looks to be missing on it! Go here to see what I mean:
I only didn't raise the issue because it kindda seemed like I was *****ing and moaning over nothing, just because I was tool enough to forget it myself. So what do you think?
i put in the guide to order the optional extra volt reg if you do it in that way (you dont actually need the volt reg anymore)
but yes i see what you mean
most sites give a link or have a tick box to add the extra parts
(ps if you ask them about it dont mention the teensy is being used to flash nor as they will cancel your order)
ok so he's not talking about the teensy++ not having enough io wires he's talking about the minimus avr