In some post somewhere you have said you have the same issue with the Brook UFB. I started looking for it but honestly just can’t be bothered.
You can’t seem to grasp what I have said about it. If you have the same issue with a different PCB, then stop blaming a specific brand or model. Because the only thing involved is the PCB, since you said you have changed out the buttons. And you should contact Brook and let them know about the problem, so they can fix it in their next software update.
I have said that you may be having this issue you think you are. There is now way to prove or disprove if you are talking shit or not to hide your embarrassment about possibly not having the skills you say you do. Since on your YT channel you often talk shit about people who are great players to cover your insecurities. So just accept that I accept you may be talking the truth and stop getting so uptight. And stop trying to push this discussion around in circles.
But remember, again, this is the Newbie section, so when somebody mentions a problem they are having, don’t jump straight to hardware issues. Work through the possible problems, so they can grow and understand more. And at the end of it, if it is a hardware issue, they would still have built up a bit more knowledge about the games they play and the mechanics of those games and how they register button presses. As newbies to the games, they could very well be struggling with simple actions and inputs.
Calm yourself down, take a deep breath and relax. Help others. Don’t be a tool. You are welcome to be a better person, to those on this forum and those in your life.
To others who are having honest hardware issues, I would like you to know that I believe it is entirely possible. Please post up here what steps you took to fix the situation. Thank you.
@Bludika if your PS3 sticks are working so well, you should put one side by side in training mode. Then practice a little on the PS3 stick and jump straight over to the PS4 stick. While your fingers are fresh. I am sure in time with doing this you would be able to spend less time on the PS3 stick before moving over to the PS4 stick. Until eventually you can put the PS3 stick away for good. Sort of like giving up smoking and replacing it with something else. A little practice goes a long way.
Unless the stick is faulty. Then just don’t practice at all. That’s obviously the better advice.