Will not work, I believe. In my opinion ED spends most of time twicking the cases to fit properly. An inexperienced person most likely will destroy it and get very upset.Maybe there are some people out there who only want the spare parts and assemble the Pyra on their own?
That could save some time.
A little risk would be involved as the PCB is not tested, but maybe some are willing to take the risk in order to get their Pyra sooner.
I got my Pyra today
unfortunately my left analog-stick can't got up-right - I should open it, there's probaly just a tiny plastic stuck
I can´t move it physical to the up right corner. Moving in circles didn´t helped. I also noticed that my right speaker does not work :/Huh, it's physically stuck? That's something new - there's just a spring inside the nub. Or the plastic itself has something stuck :O
But is some plastic is stuck it should get out when moving it in circles.
Every nub is fully tested when the Pyras leave here... so... that's weird.
Make sure it's enabledI can´t move it physical to the up right corner. Moving in circles didn´t helped. I also noticed that my right speaker does not work :/
I hadn´t time to open it yet.
ED: I wrote you an PM