[Tutorial] New 3DS C-Stick Slippery Best Solution

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Nov 7, 2016
  1. JPaulo
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    Guys for those who here has the 3DS NEW, NEW 3DS XL and has problems with the right analog stick (C-STICK) slipping, little sensitivity, even calibrating (to calibrate just close the console), not solve, I have a small solution, created video showing how to do the procedure. Basically, the procedure is simple, just remove the right part and left analog with some sharp thing or nail it, (it is screwed just up and down in a very soft rubber on the right and left to remove) take a piece of very small even paper, fold to turn a small dice, moisten a bit, put in the hole where box pin analog, then just put the rubber in place and press, then only test with a game (Majoras mask for example ). If no play, to test the Home menu. THEN FOLKS IS TO TIP, below is the video showing how to do in Portuguese and in English (including English bad).

     
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    This a terrible idea, what happens if the paper dries up? A better idea is using a Psp hub as c stick.

     
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    But the paper is even dry friend, the idea is to do a fill in the analog rubber hole to increase contact with the pin. The idea of the PSP's analog is also good, BUT, you need to completely remove the original analog, and analog psp drop and disappear, you have to buy another. This was a simple solution that I packed and solved the problem of all who watched the video. Sorry for bad english, I use a translator, I am still learning to speak.
     
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    its mainly from hand oils and the such. keeping your hands clean should prevent this.
     
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    Problem is that most people loose oil by nature, oil and sweat, even wiping his hands all the time, will be slippery. At least here in Brazil is thus the main reason is the heat, our country is very hot.
     
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    dude your a fucking LEGEND!
    thank so much dude, it totally works :D
     
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    Here in Brazil we use a lot of alcohol in gel (at least I use XD) besides cleaning the hands, keep the hands dry, the gel has a cream that moisturizes (but does not get slippery), however, it lasts a short time and is not good excessive use.
     
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    XD Does it work well then?
     
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    I take a clean part of my shirt and wipe the cup of the sticks, that makes the rubber oil free and much easier to control.
     
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    I personally don't recommend c-stick psp mod, my analog just got messy with it, and I forced to buy new c-stick to make it work.
     
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    Maybe someone will make a hard 3D printable stick. I've seen custom circle pads.
     

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