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Seeking NES to GPIO Guide for Retropie 4.4

  • I was asking around on one of the Retropie Faceboook pages about this, and I was directed to this page.

    What I would like to do is wire NES ports directly to my GPIO on my Pi 3, and use what ever software I need installed in order to get it to work. I had made some attempts in the past using an old and perhaps outdated instructable guide, but was not able to get anywhere as I recall getting an error during boot time after I had installed the GPIO drivers and no one on Facebook seemed to know how to get around it and make the controllers detect and respond.

  • I take it nobody uses the GPIO for anything?!?

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