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Rubber Ducky Microsd Adapter


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Hey guys

I just got my usb rubber ducky, and as excited as i am i start taking things apart.

Now unfortunately i took the microsd adapter apart and all the parts came flying off.

Now im stuck with these parts, and i have no idea how to put it back together. ( Yes i know im clumsy )

Some kind soul out there can tell me how theyre supposed to go together?

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Thank you -

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I just took mine apart and reassembled to create the following.

To reassemble:

Here is a picture of the parts.

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Starting with the white piece having the pins facing down, the circuit board should fit into the space and sort of lock in. See below.

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Here is an image of the same step but flipped over.

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Now place the black plastic spacer over the circuit board and it too will somewhat lock into place.

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Carefully flip the whole thing over and apply the smoke colored plastic cover. It has tiny prongs that will fit into holes on the white plastic on the edge.

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The tricky part: Picking up the whole set without losing the black plastic spacer, and inserting into the metal shield and it should fit snugly in. Make sure to push it all the way in.

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Test it out, make sure it works.

Cheers!

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On 5/4/2016 at 2:36 PM, Mr-Protocol said:

I just took mine apart and reassembled to create the following.

To reassemble:

Here is a picture of the parts.

IMG_20160504_173823.jpg

Starting with the white piece having the pins facing down, the circuit board should fit into the space and sort of lock in. See below.

IMG_20160504_173952.jpg

Here is an image of the same step but flipped over.

IMG_20160504_174010.jpg

Now place the black plastic spacer over the circuit board and it too will somewhat lock into place.

IMG_20160504_174051_2.jpg

Carefully flip the whole thing over and apply the smoke colored plastic cover. It has tiny prongs that will fit into holes on the white plastic on the edge.

IMG_20160504_174139.jpg

The tricky part: Picking up the whole set without losing the black plastic spacer, and inserting into the metal shield and it should fit snugly in. Make sure to push it all the way in.

IMG_20160504_174215.jpg

Test it out, make sure it works.

Cheers!

Hello there!

I had the same issue Ninos had, but unfortunately my converter didn't come with a black spacer. Is this vital to its construction?

Thanks!

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