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    Hello Again Forum Have Anyone Tried To Install PS1/PS2 Controller Analog Stick In PSP-2000 Series??? If You Are,Then I Need Your Help Please Tell Me The Guide How To Do The PSP Analog Stick Upgrade Thank You
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    really?! I haven't played ps2 a lot, but I do know that the analogue stick, is quite big.
    people have done it for the Phat model.

    your going to need to take apart the controller, solder the connections together, the problem is the connections are different.

    it really can't be done... easily
    of course a couple of people have done it, and you should ask this question on one of those vids on YouTube.

    if your really desperate on getting a alternative controller for PSP,
    get a ps2 USB controller for PC, configure the controls to remote joy lite (as you can control your PSP via PC (via external controller), plug in your PSP via USB, and use the ps2 controller.

    PS. as your signature says, how do you unbrick PSP 3000's?
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    I thought PSP 2000 joystick will be easy but i think it will be very hard for me because i have a newbie skill when it comes to soldering something,i can unbrick all PSP-3000 Series here in philippines because all of the psp 3000 here have 6.20 PRO-b10 with permanent patch so i have access in the recovery menu and unbrick it by installing 6.60 OFW
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    Actually, when you mean you want to put a PS1/2 analogue stick, you could just cut it off, and superglue the PS1/2 stick on top, at first i thought you were wanting to move the whole analogue stick into the system, when you go on YouTube a few people have done it, (but it looks ugly)


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    i can unbrick all PSP-3000 Series here in philippines because all of the psp 3000 here have 6.20 PRO-b10 with permanent patch so i have access in the recovery menu and unbrick it by installing 6.60 OFW
    Oh, that's what you mean, My psp also had the Permanent patch (AUS model), but (as a noob) i uninstalled for a day to try something out on OFW (didn't know i could hold SELECT to boot into OFW) and so i bricked it when modifying a custom XMB wave
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    Why bother doing all the work to modify a PSP like that. Get a PSP Go and use a PS3 controller with it. It's awesome.
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    @ slowman im planning to buy an psp go and wireless ps3 controller but not this time because i dont have money to buy ones

    @ MrHappy thanks for the help you brought to me maybe later i post mine
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