171w ago - With the release of PSGroove opensource PS JailBreak exploit for PS3, many are having trouble sourcing the required Teensy++, AT90USBKEY2 or AT90USB162 boards.
That said, today PS3JailBreak.com (linked above) has shared schematics for the Teensy so that users can build their own if they wish.
As always, click on the picture below to enlarge it folks.
Finally, those who aren't into DIY solutions may also wish to look into either the AT90 USB thanks to Fuddster or the BlackcatUSB Flash Memory Programmer (from version 1.2 on) which uses the same microcontroller (AT90USB162) as confirmed by chesteruhi. More on that soon, including a video!
To quote: "The full schematics are available below (1.0 are on the top 2.0 are on the bottom)."
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You are right it's already documented here in pjrc datasheet page:
Atmel's Official Page
The Official Atmel Page provides this datasheet and other information. However, most of their code is NOT compatible with GCC (it only works with expensive commercial compilers).
Atmel uses a different bootloader called "DFU", which is different from HalfKay on the Teensy. DFU takes 4K of the 16K flash memory, whereas HalfKay uses only 0.5K! Atmel's FLIP tool only works with DFU. You need to use the Teensy Loader with Teensy boards that have HalfKay
You will probably have to use the Amtel FLIP programming application if you build a Teensy clone, not the usual Teensy-specific flashing application, since the bootloader on shipping Teensy boards is HalfChip, which I believe is different than the one shipping on Amtel chips by default. Could be wrong. Shouldn't be that big an issue either way. Once someone builds one of these things, please let us know.
Can someone help me find the right kind of crystal for this? I've sourced everything else, just not sure about the oscillator.
1 x at90usb162
3 x 1uF capacitors
2 x 10pF capacitors
1 x 0.1uF capacitor
1 x push button
1 x 16MHz crystal oscillator
2 x 22 ohm resistors
1 x bat54c schotkey(sp?) diode
2 x 1k ohm resistor
1 x usb connector
1 x led (i like blue or green)
1 x hour
3 x beers
I ordered enough to make 10, and it cost me 80$ after tax and shipping, making it 8$ a piece. Not too shabby...