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    Question Repair Gamepad USB Cable

    I've bought a lot of gamepads tiil now and prolly am cursed or something in this matter coz every single time my USB cable starts to make problem in couple of months...
    is there any solution for this? any way to repair usb cable? please let me know...this would be a big help...

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    were all of them generic controllers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    I've bought a lot of gamepads tiil now and prolly am cursed or something in this matter coz every single time my USB cable starts to make problem in couple of months...
    is there any solution for this? any way to repair usb cable? please let me know...this would be a big help...
    That's odd. I've used lots of generic controller too. but none of them had such problem. The left analogue stick breaks after a 4-5 months usually. but never had problem with cable. I used to replace the stick from another broken controller which gave me another 3-4 months.

    You could try replacing the cables if you know soldering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    I've bought a lot of gamepads tiil now and prolly am cursed or something in this matter coz every single time my USB cable starts to make problem in couple of months...
    is there any solution for this? any way to repair usb cable? please let me know...this would be a big help...
    try resoldering the cables maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabbyx7 View Post
    were all of them generic controllers?
    Nope...Generic...Havit....Xbox...tried them all...

    Quote Originally Posted by Badhon_raj View Post
    That's odd. I've used lots of generic controller too. but none of them had such problem. The left analogue stick breaks after a 4-5 months usually. but never had problem with cable. I used to replace the stick from another broken controller which gave me another 3-4 months.

    You could try replacing the cables if you know soldering.
    just my luck...i guess....bought same controller with my cousin....he is playing with that still for about 2years now.....i got may be around 3 months...


    Quote Originally Posted by MusharratC View Post
    try resoldering the cables maybe?
    ok...i'll try that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    Nope...Generic...Havit....Xbox...tried them all...
    in that case I suspect you're not careful at all with your controllers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    just my luck...i guess....bought same controller with my cousin....he is playing with that still for about 2years now.....i got may be around 3 months...
    Maybe your controller cables are getting twisted the way u connect them or something. Most of the time the cable gives out but the rest of it is a-ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    Nope...Generic...Havit....Xbox...tried them all...


    just my luck...i guess....bought same controller with my cousin....he is playing with that still for about 2years now.....i got may be around 3 months...




    ok...i'll try that...
    that is highly unusual. Is your pc wall socket grounded properly?

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    Not a troll post but do you have rat in your home ? They are notorious for eating unusual stuff

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    Try to get one with braided cable maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabbyx7 View Post
    that is highly unusual. Is your pc wall socket grounded properly?
    not really...that can be problem??

    Quote Originally Posted by Set View Post
    Not a troll post but do you have rat in your home ? They are notorious for eating unusual stuff
    Rat isn't problem in my house...

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawon191 View Post
    Try to get one with braided cable maybe?
    where can i get one? are they expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    where can i get one? are they expensive?
    What is your budget.

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    Best option is to use wireless gamepads. Same 中中 happened with my Ps2. Brought 8 wired gamepads (2009~2012) all died so fast. So I tried a wireless gamepad and it lasted me for 2.3 years until the gamepad itself died. Have a xbox 360 controller 2013 and it's wire got loose after a year. It still works if I can keep the usb tight.

    Buy a wireless gamepad. Possibly PlayStation 3 controller and use it with Ds3 tool. I don't recommend Ps4 gamepad since its battery isn't changeable. And xbox needs wireless receiver so you can take xbox gamepads but xbone famepad is crap to me. 360 one is quite good but receivers are out of stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawon191 View Post
    What is your budget.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    Best option is to use wireless gamepads. Same 中中 happened with my Ps2. Brought 8 wired gamepads (2009~2012) all died so fast. So I tried a wireless gamepad and it lasted me for 2.3 years until the gamepad itself died. Have a xbox 360 controller 2013 and it's wire got loose after a year. It still works if I can keep the usb tight.

    Buy a wireless gamepad. Possibly PlayStation 3 controller and use it with Ds3 tool. I don't recommend Ps4 gamepad since its battery isn't changeable. And xbox needs wireless receiver so you can take xbox gamepads but xbone famepad is crap to me. 360 one is quite good but receivers are out of stock.
    PS3 or PS4 e kenar issa ekhon...etar o ki clone ase market e?
    kotha theke original kena jabe and kemon porbe price?
    X360 wireless original ki available? price kemon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    PS3 or PS4 e kenar issa ekhon...etar o ki clone ase market e?
    kotha theke original kena jabe and kemon porbe price?
    X360 wireless original ki available? price kemon?
    Xbox 360 wireless available, but the wireless adapter for PC is not available anymore. There are some 3rd party adapters available online but not much reliable and its much hassle.

    About Ps3 gamepad, I am not sure about its price. But it won't be less than Tk1500. Last time I checked was in 2013 and it was 4000tk or something like that. Connecting ps3 can be hassle too. Many users reported that their Ps3/4 controller doesn't get recognized by their Bluetooth adapter which will destroy its purpose (aka wireless advantage).

    I myself was going to buy a Ps4 gamepad, but I am gonna reconsider since the Wireless adapter for Xbox one is out now. But I heard, it needs driver update which might be a problem with pirated windows. I'm gonna take a deeper look into this and let you know.

    - - - Updated - - -

    https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-on-windows/accessories/xbox-wireless-adapter-for-windows-setup

    It requires you to have updated version of Windows and internet connection, so can't confirm how will it act on non genuine Windows.

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    https://steamcommunity.com/discussions/forum/1/490123938430246727/
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    Xbox 360 wireless available, but the wireless adapter for PC is not available anymore. There are some 3rd party adapters available online but not much reliable and its much hassle.

    About Ps3 gamepad, I am not sure about its price. But it won't be less than Tk1500. Last time I checked was in 2013 and it was 4000tk or something like that. Connecting ps3 can be hassle too. Many users reported that their Ps3/4 controller doesn't get recognized by their Bluetooth adapter which will destroy its purpose (aka wireless advantage).

    I myself was going to buy a Ps4 gamepad, but I am gonna reconsider since the Wireless adapter for Xbox one is out now. But I heard, it needs driver update which might be a problem with pirated windows. I'm gonna take a deeper look into this and let you know.

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    https://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-...-windows-setup

    It requires you to have updated version of Windows and internet connection, so can't confirm how will it act on non genuine Windows.

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    https://steamcommunity.com/discussio...3938430246727/
    Thanks a lot

    i like Xbox layer for gamepad most...so it would be better....but problem is now getting genuine xbone controller....
    bough 360 last and seems like that was a clone...is there any way to know for sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    Thanks a lot

    i like Xbox layer for gamepad most...so it would be better....but problem is now getting genuine xbone controller....
    bough 360 last and seems like that was a clone...is there any way to know for sure?
    My xbox 360 wired controller was not genuine either. I could clearly see the difference in its wires. The wires of Original 360pads are different. And cloned 360pads cost less than original ones. As for Xbone gamepads, I can't tell since I don't own one. So I don't know about the possible differences with cloned and genuine ones.

    Theres less possibility of having clonned xb1 pads as Original Xbones are sold here. Clonnned X360pads got increased in number after the release of modded X360 came (Which can play pirated 360 ganes). But theres yet to get modded Xb1. But I can't be sure.

    As for Ps4 controller, there seems to be compatibility isses with some games even after using Input Mapper, so I wont recommend Ps4 gamepad anymore. Stick with xbone controller and check its quality. Clonned x360pads doesn't have excellent build quality, edges of the parts are sharp and some buttons are bit out of place.
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