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    Check these Sparkfun tutorials...

    Check these Sparkfun tutorials, they've got everything covered including part creation. It isn't as hard as you would think ;) .
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    Then you will have to make your own footprint ;)...

    Then you will have to make your own footprint ;) . It's mostly less time consuming to look for a part that suites your application and then creating the footprint for it, then looking for libraries...
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    Most battery operated projects use a buck-boost...

    Most battery operated projects use a buck-boost DC-DC converter because it can still supply, let's say, 3.9V while the battery voltage has dropped below that. Your project will run longer on the same...
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    But if you flash it, that means it's connected to...

    But if you flash it, that means it's connected to a PC yes? So you can use the USB VCC?

    Anyway, I assume you're building a battery operated project. Most battery operated devices use a switching...
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    Your SD slot is correctly wired, assuming the pin...

    Your SD slot is correctly wired, assuming the pin numbers on your U$1 component are offset by one compared to the numbering of the pins on the Teensy. E.g. CLK is pin 13 on Teensy, 14 on your...
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