Dual-Mod a TE(PS3) with PS360[HELP PLEASE!]


#1

So I made a previous thread about wanting to dualmod my VLX(PS3), but screw that.

Now, will the TE-S(PS3) require any soldering, and is there a guide somewhere showing how to install the PS360 onto it, or even pictures showing the insides.

Thanks.


#2

there is soldering involved
when it comes to the home button

If memory serves me right, there is a video tutorial for aki on how to install this board into both a 360 TE and a PS3 TE
I can’t find it right now though


#3

You can actually buy a PS360 board now? But if your PS3 stick is working you might want to just get an ImpV2 board and a madcatz fightpad for 360 and dual mod it that way. You’ll have to do some soldering either way so why not go with the cheaper alternative?


#4

I’ve had bad experiences with pad hacking, no thanks lol.

I have a PS360 just sitting here begging to be used.


#5

Just so happened i was looking for that aki tuturial last week ** Akihabarashop.jp is now OPEN **


#6

If you don’t want to solder then you have to drill 2 button holes for Home/Guide and Turbo.


#7

same question will get the same response…
PS3 VLX = PS3 TE (as far as dual-modding with a ps360 is concerned)

the TE has a terminal block that u can use, so i guess u can connect wires from the ps360 to the terminal block for most of ur buttons. so all u need to do is wire the stick and home+turbo and a way to connect the consoles to the ps360 via neutrik usb port or solder usb wire to the ps360 directly.


#8

I’m sorry I’ve never done this before! xD


#9



#10

So right now I’m modding my TE, now with the AkiShop PS360, is there a way to DISABLE the Turbo function but USE the Turbo button on the stick to be the button that switches between consoles? Cheers


#11

Such overkill to dual mod a stick… Just hook up the turbo to what you want to use as a switch when going from 360 to ps3
you only have to hold the button down when you switch so it shouldn’t activate


#12

So far what I’ve done is to follow this( [media=youtube]kew3cyvEgcs[/media]) guy EVERY STEP OF THE WAY, except for the USB cable, instead of soldering them, I used these connectors…Now when I hook it up to my PS3, nothing works, any ideas??? Could it be perhaps the ribbon cables?? I’m so lost O_O

http://a8.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s720x720/383140_2806058157879_1451401705_2900252_502987978_n.jpg


#13

how does it register on PC?


#14

are you holding turbo or whatever button to switch to the other console?


#15

Doesn’t seem to register on the PC as well…I made the Home button the switch between consoles, but quick question. I DID not solder a wire to the Turbo button as I don’t want it, could that be causing the problem?


#16

I think maybe I screwed up with the soldering job, I’ll take pictures when I get home.


#17

Do you have the PS360 USB Harness connected to the PS360?
Your picture shows it disconnected.

You NEED the Turbo so you can switch consoles; connect Turbo to Home.
So when you hold the Home Button, you can switch consoles on plug-in.
Or since you have a TE, hook up PS360 Turbo to TE Turbo.

But the Turbo thing is not your problem right now.


#18

Well I’ve only soldered these two wires, they ARE soldered on correctly, yes? Is there any other soldering that needs to be done? Cheers guys.

http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/4802/dsc04771s.jpg


#19

Ok so the buttons work FINE, BUT the Home button doesn’t seem to work =/


#20

if you’re testing on pc on xbox mode it won’t work
my best advice to you is to pull out a multimeter, and trace out where that home button is rather than look for guides