28 Aug '16, 8pm

Open Source SNES to USB Converter Lets You Emulate Legally

“Andrew had to desolder the EEPROM pins from the SNES cartridge and reverse engineer the pinouts himself” ?? pinouts all over the place for 25 years ! and where is this “reverse engineering” report to be found…? “a device that could successfully read the cartridge without erasing it, no small accomplishment” ??? does something that could not occur (erasing a non-erasabale ROM, aka READ ONLY Memory) == no small accomplishment ?!! I’m really glad that Hackaday reports that kind of stuff (and that Andrew provides source code to easily reproduce his devices, and that’s really cool) but PLEASE STOP with this lurid and inaccurate “cheering teenage advertisement” style once for all !! (or is it your new policy to attract a larger and smug audience?) Too bad, since HaD introduction was great at mentioning previous project as an inspiration for this, but only with a “previously rep...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2016/08/28/open-source-snes-to-usb-co...

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