QUOTE(pOps_uK @ Oct 27 2009, 08:17 AM)
sorry for the attitude just a little pissed off that i cannot seem to find anything after spenting close to 3 hours reading google search results, and as for the ps3 & 360 contrllor its not as if we can choose which one before we buy them, as for tutorial goes am seeking help and guidance so i dont reck and more controllors which is not looking good as i already feel i may need to buy 1 of each again now
Which is exactly why I've no plans to make any type of tutorial, because not many are going to have the same versions and there are enough differences between using just an older Six-Axis versus a new DS3 that it would take 2 complete tutorials to show how to do it, and that's provided ya use the same type of 360 controller board for them both, use a different one for one of them and that number doubles. Ya can't make an omelet without breaking a few eggs, with the PS360 controller being no exception, so you may as well plan on tanking 2 of each right now unless you know exactly what you're doing.
QUOTE(pOps_uK @ Oct 27 2009, 03:15 PM)
for curiosity is it just a case of solder the tp spots on the ps3 pcb to the matching spots on the 360 pcb? or is there more to it then that? and does the 360 board need to be fully working or a faulty pad be ok? and does it take a power supply from the ps3 board? thx
sorry about the double post cant find edit button
You only have 15 minutes to edit your post.
The PS3 and 360 controllers use completely different layouts for the buttons, so it's impossible to wire up one right to the other and if ya do it's not going to work right.
As far as the 360 controller being faulty, that depends on your definition of that, if the board is all knackered up and has traces cut it's next to useless, but if it's just dead and has never been messed with it's a good candidate, just depends.
The controller doesn't have a power supply, so no idea what ya mean there. They only have the battery, and the PS3 battery gets used.