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#1 blackburn29

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Posted 27 October 2008 - 02:58 AM

As the topic says. I am in the process of relocating some buttons but the dualshock has changed compared to the other one i did awhile back....

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Posted 28 October 2008 - 12:25 PM

The PS2 controllers are like that now as well, plus they have the pads and button contacts upside down, things are a mess.

On that board (MSU_V3.5X 1.12) you'll have to hit the TP spots on the back of it to do what ya want now.

TP18 - COM line for all of those buttons

TP30 - [ ]
TP31 - X
TP32 - O
TP33 - /\

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Posted 30 October 2008 - 03:47 AM

QUOTE(RDC @ Oct 28 2008, 01:01 PM) View Post

The PS2 controllers are like that now as well, plus they have the pads and button contacts upside down, things are a mess.

On that board (MSU_V3.5X 1.12) you'll have to hit the TP spots on the back of it to do what ya want now.

TP18 - COM line for all of those buttons

TP30 - [ ]
TP31 - X
TP32 - O
TP33 - /\


thank you soo much RDC! maybe this should be stickied for other members that need help!


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Posted 31 October 2008 - 09:29 PM

No problem, though it's only useful for that version of DS3 controller. Sony has so many versions of these things now and the TP spots change between some versions as well, the older DS3 and this one are a lot different, so having one set of them done up is really only good for just that controller.

On the MSU_V3.5X 1.12 the TP spots are..

TP1 - 5v (USB connector)
TP2 - D-
TP3 - D+
TP4,5,6 and 7 - GND
TP17 - COM1 (Common line for all buttons on the left of the controller, D-pad and L1/2)
TP18 - COM2 (Common line for all buttons on the right of the controller, [ ], X, O, /\ and R1/2)
TP24 - PS (Home button)
TP25 - Start
TP26 - R3
TP27 - L3
TP28 - Select
TP30 - [ ]
TP31 - X
TP32 - O
TP33 - /\
TP34 - R1
TP35 - R2
TP37 - L1
TP38 - L2
TP39 - DL
TP40 - DD
TP41 - DR
TP42 - DU
TP51 - LED + as well as the other line for the PS button (TP24 + TP51 is PS)

L3, R3, Select and Start all share a Common line, COM3, which has no TP spot. That line has to be hit at a Via or trace, which is odd since the older versions of Six-Axis controllers have a TP spot for it.

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Posted 15 November 2008 - 06:54 AM

Good find. What did you mean that you have to hit them from the back side?

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Posted 15 November 2008 - 08:06 AM

QUOTE(d-2-d @ Nov 15 2008, 01:30 AM) View Post

Good find. What did you mean that you have to hit them from the back side?

Didn't really find anything, I traced them all out to see what did what. Takes a good deal more time and patience than just finding it wink.gif

By 'hit the TP spots on the back of it' I mean solder the wires to those spots.

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Posted 15 November 2008 - 09:50 PM

Have you tested the points? i.e temp. bridge tp18 to tp35?

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Posted 16 November 2008 - 12:48 AM

When I get a new version of controller it spends more than a few hours being traced out with everything important being written down and then rechecked, then checked again if it's ever used in an Arcade Stick or anything else, plus I've used that info and this version of board on more than one PS360 controller, so yes they have been tested. wink.gif




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