Toodles, post: 6968358, member: 2354 wrote:
Autodetect and S+S=G works an MC Cthulhu and Impv2; just do NOT short the 'DISABLE_HOME' jumper on the MC Cthulhu, and upgrade the firmware.
Vicko, post: 7465827, member: 3189 wrote:
LK+MP+HK should force 360 mode, shows up as madcatz fightpad in joystick applet in windows
Boita-carton, post: 7488523, member: 51404 wrote:
Noob at soldering here, I'm having an issue. So, I've finally soldered my PS3 TE + a xbox brawlpad on the imp v2 and it works fine on both consoles.
But I forgot to solder the wire coming from the xbox pad guide. It's already soldered on the pad, I just need to solder it the other side. I'm not sure if I have to solder it to the imp v2 or under the ps3 turbo panel, on the home point. So I tried to test both by holding the wire into the point and pressing the guide/home button. With no succes, then I tested my xbox pad guide wire with a multimeter and the ground, and I have signal. But still, holding the guide and ground wires together doesn't activate the guide button.
1. So I'm confused, did I do something wrong or is it not possible to use the guide ?
2. Oh and another noob question, I will put a SOCD cleaning kit after this, is there nothing to worry about such as not having enough power ?
biluzin, post: 7492957, member: 15686 wrote:
Could someone tell me if this is correct diagram that done? I need to weld the home of the guide fightpad v3? In the pcb fightpad the x360 is only needed only one gnd?
Vicko, post: 7697519, member: 3189 wrote:
try a new USB cable
Torta, post: 7699201, member: 6330 wrote:
it's not the usb cable, cause the xb360 pcb works with the imp
Vicko, post: 7702149, member: 3189 wrote:
also, hori cables aren't the best for dual mods
ezkialrage, post: 7820390, member: 3854 wrote:
I have an OG 360TE that i am going to put a mc cthulhu in. ive ordered the cthulhu and the imp and an rj45 jack. my question is, since i am adding to the 360te stick, do i NEED to poach a 360 fightpad pcb to get the single cable usb output to work, or can i use the already included TE joystick pcb + mc cthulhu
PaperTigre, post: 7885911, member: 14013 wrote:
Have you updated the firmware on the MCC?
The older firmwares do not auto switch.