Okay my PSP analog can automatically move downward at first.
Internet browser is use for quick test of analog.
So i got damn irritated by it, so much that i go for guides in opening up my psp to find what is wrong.
By right i think that when i take out my psp analog stick - i meant the whole thing, the mouse wont move at all. So with my psp analog out i went into the browser and automatically the mouse kept on moving down when i have had no analog on my Psp. Okay so i tried to put everything back in order. Amazingly everything went back to perfect order.
So after a few hours of using. i found out the problem came back. With now a bigger problem. Whenever i press the directional button, the analog will move. so i tot the screw is loose. I open up the faceplate and check on everything, all fine. den i screw back the faceplate.
This time i purposely dun screw so tightly on the screw directly behind the analog. so i turn on and test it. the analog is moving downward by itself.
I tightened the screw to the extreme, it move upwards. when i finally found a good position on the screw. It stop up and down. But the D-pad problem is there where i press direction and analog reacted with the d-pad too.
So den i tried to press hard on certain area on my PSP and test it.
So when i press hard on X all the moving stop completely. the mouse stop moving. Everything is fine. D-pad, mouse analog. But i cannot possibly press on that area all the timesCode:\ __ X \ / \ \ \__/ <-- analog \__________
Now the problem still remain how should i stop the movement of the analog