PSP D-Pad

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Mar 8, 2010

PSP D-Pad by Shardnax at 6:01 PM (830 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Shardnax
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    Are there any replacement pads that are more elevated than the original?
     
  2. Danny Tanner

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    Here is a guide to doing it yourself. It's easy and helps a ton.
     
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    Thank you very much [​IMG]. The normal d-pad is a pain to do anything in a diagonal direction.
     
  4. vinheim

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    Can I use something else instead of the NES sleeve?
     
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    Nope...it has to absolutely positively be ONLY the NES sleeve plastic. The forces of Sony and Nintendo combined empower the mod.









    But back in reality, just find some semi-flexible plastic which is -ish thick.
     
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    I gathered a copled pieces of variably thick paper around the house and picked which I liked the feel of best.

    And just a heads up, you'll probably have to recalibrate your analog nub when you're done.
     

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