Changing Soarer's Converter data and clock pins

Francisco

08 Jun 2019, 01:07

Hi,
I am trying to make a keyboard controller using and arduino micro and Soarer's Converter. The problem is, some days ago I destroyed one of the pins needed to make it work (ripped off the connection, not the pin itself, it is not fixable.) As I don't have the money or time to buy another one, I was wondering if there is any possible way to change the pinout of the code, but couldn't find anything in the files of the converter or the web.
Any help would be appreciated.

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SneakyRobb

08 Jun 2019, 02:32

Hi, I am not sure that we have the source code for the soarer converter. I believe that it is lost with soarer. You may just have to get a new circuit board.

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swampangel

08 Jun 2019, 04:49

You could try TMK or QMK if you haven't already, since those are open source. There are some convenient tools like http://www.tmk-kbd.com/tmk_keyboard/editor/ for Hasu's TMK converters and https://kbfirmware.com/ for generating QMK controller firmware.

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