Post by NoahWL1 on imgur – using the Adafruit Trinket M0 to talk to a Nintendo Switch as a “modchip”. Now ignorant editor me will say “I don’t know about such mods but at least in the US they just ruled that we have the right to repair our gear” so I’d guess this is a repair. As with any repairs not put out by Adafruit, you’re on your own on this. Now Noah writes:
This is the guide I got a lot of info from here. I had this planned out before I stumbled upon this, but it was a huge help to have a list of probe points to tap into on the Switch motherboard. This thread is awesome and a great help if you decide to this yourself and run into issues. “Nintendo Switch modchip install cause I’m bored and have nothing else to do.”
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