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An AVR USB is the best solution?
An AVR USB is the best solution? –
So I bought a crappy USB Break. Sold it and now I have a PS3 Key but after alot of reading on this forum I found out a AVR USB is the best solution? Since you can upgrade it yourself.
If this is true (i'm very new to the "teensy scene") what is the best option avaiable for an AVR USB board?
Get a Minimus AVR USB....very good build quality and always a hex out there for it.
Silicon Skullz Society
Hmmm after browsing the web i see 2 minimus
Minimus AVR USB Development Board & Minimus 32 AVR USB Development Board
Wich one do you recommend? Money is not the issue here.
What is the difference between 16Kbyte Flash and 32Kbyte Flash?
Also when does a 64Kbyte flash comes out? or 128Kbyte?
Originally Posted by gamesmastervide
you should get something with 128kb flash in case you need the extra space in the future for a larger hex.
you could get the Xplain or Teensy++ 2.0, both have 128kb flash.
Or............a board which is already setup to accomadate
Originally Posted by jaekid
add-on storage. Lots of newer one's have that option.
Just get the Teensy++ 2.0.
It's only $24 and has 128kb which is plenty for hex files + linux
PS3 Phat with 500GB
1 TB External
AVRKEY (ATMEGA32U2) - 32KB Onboard Flash Memory
Future List -
- PS3 Move Set
Thank you Geohot and fail0verfl0w for fully hacking the PS3.
I have browsed the internet for a teensy but they dont have an usb connection?
Do I have to build my own teensy?
Originally Posted by Jeroen
Teensy is the best choice, it is default support in psgroove compile.
So there is ALWAYS a hex when a new release is out.
You need an usb cable for teensy sadly.
is the ps3 controller usb cable compatible with the teensy?