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I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to connect this circuit to my raspberry pi without using the gpio headers because I am trying to make a portable tablet with the raspberry pi 2 and the adafruit PiTFT plus 3.5in? Thanks! Adafruit Micro Lipo w/MicroUSB Jack - USB LiIon/LiPoly charger

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  • It would help if you told us what the board is and does? t appears to be a boost converter/charger for the LiPo which you intend to use to power your project but that is only a guess. Commented Dec 19, 2016 at 4:03
  • The raspberry pi does not have a space for a lipo battery to connect (correct me if I'm wrong) and this board makes it so a raspberry pi can connect to a battery. Commented Dec 19, 2016 at 4:09
  • Basically what I'm trying to find out is how to make a wireless portable raspberry pi. Commented Dec 19, 2016 at 4:13
  • That is not what your question asks! Have you done a google search for Raspberry Pi tablet? Not to mention from your comment you are not even sure what the board you mention does. Commented Dec 19, 2016 at 4:20
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Assuming that my assumption that this is intended to be a power supply for your Pi, You could simply cut a micro USB cable in half and solder the 5 volt and ground wires to the matching pins on the circuit board.

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