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Wiring Diagram for tinkerBOY Controller V3.0

Pi Zero:

Pi 3:

9 thoughts on “Wiring Diagram for tinkerBOY Controller V3.0

  1. […] Wiring Diagram for tinkerBOY Controller V3.0 […]

  2. […] you’ve already followed the wiring guide and connected your v3.0 board to a Raspberry Pi, login via SSH or connect a keyboard and hit F4 to […]

  3. Hi There,

    I am new to all of this, so just trying to wrap my head around things, looking at your board, and wiring diagram why would I need to put a USB port on to the board? What purpose is that for.

    I am also assuming I would still need a powerboost board also?

    1. The USB port is optional but it’s great to have external port so you can connect devices like keyboard or another usb controller if you want to play with your friends. Like this one: Game Boy Zero USB port

      1. Ah see now that makes sense 🙂 Many thanks, another quick question again I am new to electronics and just wrapping my head around stuff.

        In the diagram you 5v in and GND in am I correct in assuming that, would go to the powerboost?

        1. Yes that’s correct. Sorry I missed that on your previous comment.

          1. Again many thanks for your help, I will be purchasing this controller shortly, I just wanted to get everything right, what was needed and that I would wire it right.

            Again thanks for help.

  4. maybe a charge circuit with 3.7V battery connector for the v4.0? :p

    1. Maybe. 🙂

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