[/img]this image is the pcb of the mayflash arcade stick that i’m modding, I desolder the stocks part off but i don’t know if i overdid it on the last one on right
My friend told me to use solder flux i guess it was due to myself for overdoing the last one on the PCB and what other tools i need for solder flex, I have a solder iron but can that last part be soldered again
I can’t make out anything in your one working thumb nail image.
From what I can see I am assuming you lifted the last pad off the PCB by applying the soldering iron to the PCB for TOO LONG, and now you can’t solder to that point.
You have to follow the trace and find a new point to solder too.
See those silver/metal spots is what you solder your wires too.
That last spot is missing it’s silver spot. That metal piece gone missing and you can not solder there any more.
The Work around is to follow the trace, the circuit pathway of the board.
You follow that thin line going from where your missing pad is to the next sport some exposed metal or solder is and you solder THERE.
If this is still over your head, perhaps you need a NEW PCB all together.
If you only want PS3/USB connectivity get a Toodles Cthulhu PCB, there no soldering required, just place wire in the correct screw terminals.
if you want PS2 support get a PS360+
well i can’t find another spot to solder to replace that last but this is strange, cause i’m looking at my pcb right now so far i desolder well on (L1, L2, R1,R2, circle, triangle, square, FO i guess that’s “X”, but i dont know what ADCHo stands on the one i messed up, Is that important?
and how can i add that pcb on my mayflash, even that’s ps3/ps2/pc PCB
Also, while this isn’t exactly relevant to the current discussion - would you mind using an image sharer like imgur or imageshack to post pictures? It would allow bigger images, which will be useful in the future.