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#1 haris2887

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Posted 11 December 2008 - 11:38 AM

OK here is we Go...this is the best solution for cod5 and other Latest games including halo etc....

Stage 1: Building the Programmer

ok first we will get warmed you by building the programmer...
equipment required....

Soldering iron 15-30W
Solder
30AWG wire
N-channel MOSfet ( Bs170 or similar)
Resistor 10K
Resistor 22K
Resistor 2.2k
Leds 3-5MM (Optional)
Socket 8 pin for the chip (recommended but optional)
RS232 (serial) female socket.

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OK that said here is the schematic for the programmer pretty straight Forward...Depending if you are going to use leds, i did...it tells you power and read/write...

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Here is the one i made with slight modification to the diagram because i like to keep it neat...
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Testing to see if it works
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It works!!!!:) you only to to plug in the USB it test the Mosfet...

Edited by RDC, 11 December 2008 - 12:28 PM.


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Posted 11 December 2008 - 01:29 PM

Step 2: Programming
Download and install the following...

1.WINPIc 800


Depending on the style of Rapid fire you want either

1. Sleeper not cutting or drilling required the controller looks totally stock has 3 mode..
  • mode1= Halo 3 dual trigger
  • Mode2= Cod 5 WAW
  • Mode3= insane fast Cod4
2. Rapidfire RF you have to install 2 buttons one for each trigger (only to change mode you will not actually use it to fire) .This one has the ability to enable/disable rapidfire on each trigger independently...you can also have different moded in bot triggers at once, eg..
Left Trigger Halo3 speed, Right trigger Cod4 speed,
Left trigger Cod5 speed right trigger halo3 Speed, so on and son on...
  • Mode1= Halo3 speed
  • Mode2= Cod5 Speed
  • Mode3= Cod4 speed fast
  • Mode4=cod4 Ultrafast
of once you have got the above programs installed ...
Open Win PIC make sure your programmer in connected...

you might have to choose English from the second last menu item thing at the top...
go to

Settings>Hardware>
Choose JDM Programmer and Select your com port and select APPLY...Test hardware by pressing (Ctrl+T)

Now You are ready for programming...Make sure you have Pic12F683 selected at the top right hand corner.

Open the Hex File (File>Open), (either RapidfireRF.hex or Sleeper.hex) depending on the style you are going to be modding it...

Then simply got to.
Device>Program All ( ctrl+P )

DONE now You are Ready to Put it in your Controller

Edited by haris2887, 11 December 2008 - 01:30 PM.


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Posted 12 December 2008 - 10:51 AM

Installation
Sleeper Install
OK First Determine if you have a matrix or CG Controller...
Wire according to this diagram
CG Sleeper
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Matrix Sleeper
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Posted 12 December 2008 - 12:50 PM

Rapid Rf install

oK if you have decided to do the Rapid rf install here is how you wire the Controller........

If you have a CG controller
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If you have a Matrix Controller
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Posted 12 December 2008 - 08:31 PM

QUOTE(haris2887 @ Dec 12 2008, 09:26 AM) View Post

Rapid Rf install

oK if you have decided to do the Rapid rf install here is how you wire the Controller........

If you have a CG controller
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If you have a Matrix Controller
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these are hazars pix from the microchip fourm. please give credit where it is due.
where is the .ASM or .hex without them all this is useless.

shall I say burn me up?

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Posted 13 December 2008 - 12:51 AM

sweet. If only i could get a 12f683 chip. Also, what exactly do you have to put in the controller. Or would they be too much junk to free-form it to keep the rumblers?

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Posted 13 December 2008 - 01:47 AM

I dont believe he meant to take credit. This is the first guide someone has posted on how to do this from scratch. Good work.

Sleeper code and schems: BurnMeUp2

Fastmode atct code and schems: GameplayRF

Have fun folks.

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Posted 13 December 2008 - 03:37 AM

QUOTE(Salincer @ Dec 12 2008, 07:27 PM) View Post

sweet. If only i could get a 12f683 chip. Also, what exactly do you have to put in the controller. Or would they be too much junk to free-form it to keep the rumblers?



You should be able to keep the rumbles and I would suggest soldering the LED connections to the traces on the board and not directly to the LEDs since if you're not careful you can toast the LEDs and or the connections.

But it is about time someone did a tut for the pic chip and programmer! So now there are a few choices for everyone. Good job!

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Posted 13 December 2008 - 04:15 AM

QUOTE
these are hazars pix from the microchip fourm. please give credit where it is due.
where is the .ASM or .hex without them all this is useless.

shall I say burn me up?


Ok before you go Crazy this tutorial is still WIP...I was planing to Give credit in the End To Hareer and RDC but i guess some ppl just can wait...

The reason i dont use Burnmeup2 and Rapidrf is because to keep the tutorial As Simple as possible and as less confusing...Because burnmeup works for both sleeper and Rf config but i recommend it only for sleeper, the rf however only works for RF ,
so why would you use burnmeup 2 on a Rf ? its provided less functionality (1 less mode)

The files provided above will not work in cod 5 as the fire rate is wrong...
i will post both file in a few hours...

Edited by haris2887, 13 December 2008 - 04:16 AM.


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Posted 13 December 2008 - 03:48 PM

ok here are the files (hex files that you need to program your Chips...

All the files are COD5 WAW Ready...

use sleeper if you are doing the sleeper install
Use Gameplay rf if you are doing the Rf install,,,
Rapidfire hex Files

Edited by haris2887, 13 December 2008 - 03:49 PM.


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Posted 13 December 2008 - 04:10 PM

Install PIctures.
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my camera is Pretty good, that was my Phone Camera BTW...

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Posted 13 December 2008 - 11:17 PM

Couple Questions:

How are the modes changed between each model?

I also was wondering if yellow wires that are running to the leds in the pics are actually required in order to change modes or anything like that or can they just be left out and still be able to change modes?

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Posted 14 December 2008 - 04:06 AM

okay...on the light deal....does that now get in way of the rubber pad.??/

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Posted 14 December 2008 - 01:07 PM

yes you dont have to connect the yellow wire for the light.
to change mode on the sleeper you just press the sync button once and you will see the led blink 2 for the second mode and 3 time for the 3rd mode...

on the rf setup you just hold the button corresponding for each trigger as shown here
http://au.youtube.co...h?v=csfHdxrJaAI


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okay...on the light deal....does that now get in way of the rubber pad.??/

No the light does not get in the way if you wire like i did...no problems there


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Posted 14 December 2008 - 06:41 PM

Hi I have dial up and after waiting 20+ minutes for the video in the end it said the video is no longer avialable.

possible you could just post what needs to be done in order to change modes on the rapid fire version.

you tube sucks for dial-up people and does not work half the time.




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