Phreakazoid, post: 7178971, member: 7461 wrote:
The chip is an Atmega32U4
Icy Black Deep, post: 7743638, member: 23130 wrote:
Can it handle 5 volts on the inputs instead of 3.3? From the data sheet it looks like that shouldn't be a problem, but if anyone can confirm it'll make me a little more confident planning out my mod.
Phreakazoid, post: 7743997, member: 7461 wrote:
The I/O are all 5v tolerant, you're solid.
antleex, post: 7750548, member: 4293 wrote:
Any tips for removing the ribbon cables for the SfxT fightstick pro? Been trying to remove them and install the cerberus in but I can only manage to get 2 off. I've never seen so much sticky gunk on it in my life.
antleex, post: 7760581, member: 4293 wrote:
Ended up being busy the last few days but your tips ended up helping out. Was my first mod attempt but thought you made it easy enough and sure enough the hardest part about the mod was only getting the ribbons out.
It works flawlessly.
Thanks Phreakazoid. Keep up the good work.
Phreakazoid, post: 7775895, member: 7461 wrote:
Well Gummo has a firmware build that does analog right now, it may suit your need as is. Otherwise there's no ETA at this moment on getting it into the main build. Probably wouldn't be too difficult to add in, it's just a little low on the priority list at the moment.
beedub321, post: 7780286, member: 45428 wrote:
so I used the stick I dual modded with this the other night with playstation allstars and the L2 and R2 buttons wouldn't work but they work fine on all my other ps3 games. is there a reason this is happening or a way go fix it?
gahrling, post: 7783409, member: 8713 wrote:
Will you ever get some more unassembled boards in stock?
Darksakul, post: 7802328, member: 32315 wrote:
Before I go ahead and do this one mod for my future brother in-law, will the Cerberus work with Macs?
Freesway, post: 7842979, member: 19198 wrote:
I got mine in today and was looking for the instructions on the website but it's down. A youtube search only pulls up one video that's not in English. Does anyone have a reference video or can post the instructions again for me?
gahrling, post: 7843249, member: 8713 wrote:
Website is working fine.
Freesway, post: 7843307, member: 19198 wrote:
I'm using Google Chrome and I keep getting a "could not connect..." error message. Just tried another browser and I'm still having the same issue. Their site is the only one that I'm not able to connect to right now. Weird...
Freesway, post: 7844429, member: 19198 wrote:
I got my Cerberus in today and I'm having an issue so far. I plug up to a Win 7 64 bit laptop and it says "device not recognized". I plug up to xbox and similar to the pc, the leds light up for a split second then turn off and the controller is not responsive. Plug up to ps3 and the leds just keep flashing but I'm not able to do anything. Any ideas where I may have went wrong?
Darksakul, post: 7844443, member: 32315 wrote:
Check the USB connection. A common mistake is swapping the D- and D+ lines around.
Freesway, post: 7844470, member: 19198 wrote:
Not sure if you mean make sure I have USB in and USB out in correct terminals but they are inserted correctly if that's the case.
Freesway, post: 7845642, member: 19198 wrote:
I don't have a multimeter at the moment to test this with. Considering the the usb plug is responsive once plugged in and holding start and plugging the usb plug in lights up all 4 led indicators, do you think I've maybe gotten a short in the plug going from the pcb to the Cerberus possibly?
Freesway, post: 7844429, member: 19198 wrote:
I plug up to xbox and similar to the pc, the leds light up for a split second then turn off and the controller is not responsive. Plug up to ps3 and the leds just keep flashing but I'm not able to do anything. Any ideas where I may have went wrong?
Phreakazoid, post: 7845808, member: 7461 wrote:
Ok, just a few verifications here.
1. Plugging into the PC with START held down cycles the LEDs clockwise and you can hear the USB connection sound?
Plugging into your PS3 all 4 LEDs flash at the same time briefly?
It sounds to me like you have one or multiple issues going on so we'll just have to narrow some things down.
1. Check and recheck your USB cables into the IDC terminals, make sure they are ALL the way INTO the terminals and the terminals are ALL the way down.
2. Check your 1-6 cables, in particular cables 4 and 5, are they swapped on accident?
One thing you can do is unplug the board's from each other and remove the 360 PCB's USB connection so that only the Cerberus is actually connected to anything, then verify it works on your PC/PS3 before moving forward.
Pics of course help also if you can.
Freesway, post: 7846074, member: 19198 wrote:
When I had the Cerberus only hooked up it still doesn't work with ps3 or pc. Pc still gives error message but when I hold start down all leds rotate clockwise. Checked 1-6 cables and they are all inserted in the right terminals. When hooked up to the 360 PCB i still get the same issues where it lights up for a split second and then is no longer responsive on 360 and when plugged to ps3 all 4 leds just flicker on and off. Here are a few pics of everything.
gahrling, post: 7846120, member: 8713 wrote:
What model of 360 stick are you putting it into?
Freesway, post: 7851017, member: 19198 wrote:
I finally got it working now but there is one small problem. PS3 works fine and Xbox also works with the exception of left and right directions. Everything else works. I thought it might have been the sanwa mircoswitch set so I swapped it out and it's still the same thing. Any idea what would cause that?
Darksakul, post: 7851123, member: 32315 wrote:
The joystick harness somewhere isn't seated correctly. The default cable is easy to install backwards on the JLF end of the cable.
I recommend the Toodles JLF-TE joystick wire harness