Later tonight I’ll post pics of my soldering job this time aroundIn the RGH/JTAG history the wires positioning is very important, if you don't put them in the ideal places, it won't glitch, largely due to interference, so make the exposed wire part as short as possible and don't let the wires cross each other as well as avoid areas of coils and inductors are important.
On Trinity S-RGH, the wire length of the D point is also important, it won't glitch or takes long time to glitch if it is too long.
When it is short enough, it always glitch instantly.
Your soldering work and wire work is definitely not pass. Work on them make them right first before trying to work on other aspects like trying different timing files or switch boards
I know I really do need a better set up but I’ve already bought like 4 or 5 chips and I’m ready to just pay $75 to Theweekendmodder and have him just do it and have it done nicely.Man you shall spent money on a good soldering station, not buying this and that chip. u already have the best one x360ace. Its your soldering , a good soldering station is like heaven
I recommend those two:Any one have any links for really good soldering irons to use for this?