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Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED

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  1. Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED, Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 1 단계, 이미지 1/1
    • Remove the four Phillips #00 screws from the back of the controller.

  2. Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 2 단계, 이미지 1/1
    • Remove the bottom half of the controller while monitoring the triggers and springs within.

  3. Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 3 단계, 이미지 1/1
    • Pull the ribbon cable out of the LED/USB connecter assembly in the center of the controller.

  4. Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 4 단계, 이미지 1/2 Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 4 단계, 이미지 2/2
    • Place a thin piece of paper in front of the last 2 pins (counting from left to right).

    • The paper will prevent the motherboard from completing the circuit that enables the blue LED.

  5. Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 5 단계, 이미지 1/2 Disabling DualShock 4's Blue LED: 5 단계, 이미지 2/2
    • Don't twist the ribbon cable when inserting it.

    • Insert back ribbon cable with piece of thin paper already inserted.

    • Connect the bottom half of the DualShock 4 controller together.

    • Rescrew 4 Phillips screws on the back of the controller.

결론

All you have to do now - is embrace the darkness; don't forget to screw the thing back together though :)

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You are using the word "loose" incorrectly.

Loose is an adjective, the opposite of tight or contained.

Lose is a verb that means to suffer the loss of, to miss.

Matt Ferguson - 답글

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Fuzy Munky -

Yeah, some people actually prefer their guides to look as professional as possible. Correcting someone’s grammar in a guide is meant to help them properly establish their brand. If you prefer to write a guide, Fuzy, with completely broken English (or whichever language you prefer) then you’re free to do so. I’m quite sure many people would second-guess the information within if the grammar is terrible. It’s all about appearance, professionalism, and personal brand.

Robert -

Thanks - now I realised it too :))

Darie H - 답글

This $@$* &&^& my &&^&^$^ controller up and now I'm mad fickle this $@$*

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