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  1. THANK YOUUU! I really really appreciate your help. Seeing different tutorials and images like the ones I posted above confused the hell out of me. Definitely saving this somewhere for future work. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
  2. Yes, that's exactly how I got it set up. And feed the NAND legs/Motherboard with PS3's own PSU plus using step down voltage adjustable converter. What really got me confused > the Teensy VCC point.
  3. Eh, I really can't tell where. The voltage regulator on the Teensy I guess? Remove it and leave the 3V pads bridged? Never mind. I don't know to be honest.
  4. I posted this somewhere else for help but it doesn't seem to be active. This is what I own, CECHA01/COK-001 NAND Model. Using the following to downgrade: -NANDway SignalBoosterEdition, soldering to the NAND legs. -Teensy++2.0, cut the 5V trace, bridge the 3V pads, use voltage reg. -PS3's PSU, Step Down Voltage Adjustable Converter. Questions: My setup, is it right or wrong? Where do I connect the Teensy GND {has two GND} and +5V/+3.3V {has one}? to the NAND legs or what? This Image for the +3.3V point says to only connect when there's no volt reg on Teens
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