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Thread: How to convert the wireless wide angle nintendo sensor to a usb powered sensor

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    Thank you!

    Oh my gosh, I had been struggling with the same "Wastes too many batteries!" issue for a while, then I gave up all together. Then I got fed up and decided to make my own... 30ish dollars later and lots of frustration. I found this thread and booya! Grabbed an old micro usb cellphone cable and cut off the micro end and wired it up. I ran the cable out the left side, if your looking at the front of the sensor. All I did was cut a hole big enough in the really soft plastic with a blade like tool and an exacto knife. Then I snapped it all together and plugged it in and ta DA! Thank you thank you thank you!

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    Very interesting and a great idea I might add. Thanks for this. I am so tired of replacing the batteries and the stock sensor I um..... superglued on the bottom of my son's flatscreen LOL. This will be awesome in the living room which is much larger and has a bigger flatscreen. Thumbs Up twiiges!!

    Just did mine and was very impressed with the outcome. Thanks again for this!!
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    4.2U / Priiloader / CiosX d2x v6/1TB WD fat32/Wiiflow r415
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    Softmod any 4.2 Wii

    Playing Games from USB

    NSMB level editor (Reggie)

    WiiFlow

    Problematic Games?

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    also did it works great, nomore batteries for me

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    works good

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatfloorguy View Post
    Very interesting and a great idea I might add. Thanks for this. I am so tired of replacing the batteries and the stock sensor I um..... superglued on the bottom of my son's flatscreen LOL. This will be awesome in the living room which is much larger and has a bigger flatscreen. Thumbs Up twiiges!!

    Just did mine and was very impressed with the outcome. Thanks again for this!!

    works good ver good idea

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    good info on this thread

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