Posted on August 9, 2018August 9, 2018 by tinkerBOY — 10 CommentsHow to Wire the Analog Joysticks By default, both of the analog joysticks on the tinkerBOY Controller v3.0 are disabled but you can enable or disable one or both by following How to Enable or Disable Analog Joysticks. Here’s how to wire the PSP1000 Analog Stick: Post navigationPrevious post: Getting Started Guide for tinkerBOY Controller V3.0Next post: Setting Up USB Audio As The Default Sound Output 10 thoughts on “How to Wire the Analog Joysticks” Getting Started Guide for tinkerBOY Controller V3.0 – tinkerBOY August 9, 2018 […] How to Wire the Analog Joysticks […] Reply Ben sghaier Samir November 27, 2018 Hi I already ordered the tinkerBOY Controller V3.0, i’m excited to get it 😉 Any advice to how fix the Analog Joysticks on the Controller V3.0 ? Thanks Reply tinkerBOY November 28, 2018 What do you mean “how to fix”? Reply Ben sghaier Samir November 29, 2018 Sorry for this confusion, i mean the literal meaning 😉 how to (implant, embed) the analog Joysticks on the Controller V3.0 to feat on the DMG case? any advice ? Reply tinkerBOY December 4, 2018 I usually place the psp1000 joystick just below the dpad. Reply Thomas February 2, 2019 Hi, How do you fit the joystick with your board ? Would you put it above the pcb or below and through the hole below the dpad ? I have a PS2 stick but as it is quite bulky I guess a PSP stick would be much easier to fit… Thanks very much ! Reply tinkerBOY February 6, 2019 I usually just use the PSP1000 Joystick and place it below the d-pad. Reply stephen kuhn March 7, 2019 Where would you recommend on placing the second analog joystick Reply tinkerBOY March 8, 2019 I would choose it below the dpad. Reply Justadoodwithagameboy August 26, 2019 I cannot get left and right analog to register in configure input and have rewired the joystick a couple of times, any suggestion? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.