Hello, dear people of Shoryuken. I really do want to create my own Arcade Fight Stick for Xbox One, but as many websites and guides, I have visited. I can’t understand a few things. First of all why and where I need the resistors for the LT and RT buttons. The guide doesn’t help me as many photos as removed Xbox One PadHack Thread - Calling the goons “Toodles, Gummowned, Phreak and You” Do it for the Kids Can you make the procedure as simple as possible for me. Thank you!
Easiest way possible:
Thanks for the suggestion, but I can;t buy it as I live in Europe and I don’t find any in Europe. The Brook UFB is kinds expensive.
i would like to do it myself, but I don;t understand how to add the 100 ohm resistors on the LT and RT buttons
better copy and paste all you can now, the forum is closing the end of the month.
Thanks for the tip, I just read about that. So unfortunate. Anyways, I still don’t understand why and how can I add the resistors to LT and RT buttons.
Gimme 5 I’ll find my thread from last year, or try to anyways
Not many pics as I was reading the labels off the boards, so if you get stuck shoot me a message and I’ll get you fixed up
The short version on this is you will need to connect the soldering for lt/rt to a 3.3v source on the board with a 10k ohm resistor otherwise they give too weak of a signal to register correctly.
Would highly recommend connecting to windows and testing you get solid inputs whenever you wire them so it’s easier to troubleshoot as you go
How’d you go with it?
what about the xbone/360 hori fighting commander pcb?