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  1. Nvidia Shield Normal Controller, without Display, so it's just a controller if you don't have other shield device Micro-USB 2.0
    • Nvidia Shield Normal Controller, without Display, so it's just a controller if you don't have other shield device

    • Micro-USB 2.0

    • 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack

    • Charge indicator

    • Still don't know how this controller connected to PC without cables, the controller can be connected to a Nvidia Shield through WiFi but no idea if this works with pc.

  2. Flipping over the device reveals 6 screws. No hidden screws here. 6*screws, use T7 screwdriver for all of screws。 Careful, you will need some force to open the clips holding the device together.
    • Flipping over the device reveals 6 screws. No hidden screws here.

    • 6*screws, use T7 screwdriver for all of screws。

    • Careful, you will need some force to open the clips holding the device together.

    • Once you are inside the device remove the two ribbon cables.

  3. Remove two cable for the vibration motors and one cable for the  battery. There are 2 Vibration motors
    • Remove two cable for the vibration motors and one cable for the battery.

    • There are 2 Vibration motors

    • Remove the two screws holding the logic board to the device.

    • Carefully remove the logic board.

  4. we can found battery part under the motherboard Screw*4
    • we can found battery part under the motherboard

    • Screw*4

    • LC18650 Lithium-ion Battery: 3.6V/2200mAh/7.92Wh

  5. Main PCB - Front: TLV320AIC3204 (Very Low-Power Stereo Audio CODEC)
    • Main PCB - Front:

    • TLV320AIC3204 (Very Low-Power Stereo Audio CODEC)

    • Atmel ATXMEGA32A4U-AU (8-bit Microcontroller)

    • Potentiometers

    • Main PCB - Back:

    • Microchip SST25WF020A (SPI Flash 2Mbit 1.8V)

    • Ozmo2000 431-B0 (WiFi Integrated Chip)

    • ADG3 3088CP (Unknown)

  6. Remove 6*screw careful,don't broke the potentiometer careful,don't broke the potentiometer
    • Remove 6*screw

    • careful,don't broke the potentiometer

  7. cover part 4*screw PIC32MX120F032D-I/PT (32-bit Microcontroller)
    • cover part

    • 4*screw

    • PIC32MX120F032D-I/PT (32-bit Microcontroller)

    • PIC18F26K22-I/ML (8-bit Microcontroller)

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Where is the Shield console teardown?

Steve Hanson - Réponse

I brought the controller to the hardware store and found that a T6 fit perfect. I bought it and used it, worked fine. I know the description says T7. May be a mistake

Farrid Mailloux - Réponse

Farrid is Correct I have both a T7 and T6 Screwdriver and the T7 IS TOO BIG!, T6 fits perfectly. Just a heads up to anyone who needs to go out and but a Single screwdriver.

drestine -

You are right. It’s T6, not T7.

nguyen bui thanh -

Looking to replace ribbon cables. Anyone know where i can buy them?

Dave Miller - Réponse

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