My PSPs Analog is kinda Movey..

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Apr 5, 2012
  1. LeomelsonBato
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    yesterday i go to a repair shop to repair my buggy analog and the technician said my analog is Broken and need to be replaced...but i said i dont have enaugh money to buy a replacement so the technician repair it without replacing it...and he said this is only a temporary solution but its kinda ok but the next day the Analog is Slightly Moving itself but it doesnt disdurb me...but then i remember reading something in this forum about a software or a homebrew for that kind of problem....i didnt read it seriously because my analog is still ok but now i really need that kind of application.. i dont remember the name so if you know it please tell me...
     
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    Whatever program that was, it's bullshit.
     
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    If you have the ability and some time you can fix It yourself.



    If you don't feel OK with opening your PSP there is other things you can try in the software like calibration and some other stuff, just check the related.
     
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    ok i found the plugin and it is called ''JoySens'' but i dont know how to work this thing...


    and how to can i access the ''recovery menu''
     
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    Shutdown your PSP (Not sleep mode!) by pressing and holding your power button for awhile. Switch your PSP on while holding the R button and you'll be directed to the recovery menu
     
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    ok... but how can i get Joysen to get working??
     
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    First things first. Do you have custom firmware on your PSP?
     
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    yes i have...

    i think i will do this thing tommorow the steps is kinda complicated...my internet today has a limited bandwitch and the only thing i can do this the proper way is by watching a Video Tutorial.... but if you know some Step by step guide that isnt complicated you can reply to this thread... im just really new to this psp kind of things
     
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    F*ck!! it just worsen my analog problem it just keep going down.... and i cant run any ISO it says: The Game could not be started.

    do i need to hack my psp? i think i replaced the seplugin folder with the JoySens Folder....
     

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