One relatively common issue with DualShock controllers seems to be the jitters. It’s as if your controller has had too many cups of coffee. If you are experiencing this issue, you will find that input from your sticks (usually the left) will start to stutter. When you push the stick forward, instead of seeing smooth movement on the screen, you’ll see a movement that starts and stops with no rhyme or reason. Have no fear. Before you toss that dual-stick in the trash, let’s take a look at what you can try to remedy your problem.
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Try cleaning your controllers
This issue can be caused by one of the biggest enemies of electronics. Dust and dirt can cause poor electrical connection which can lead to unreliable results or even all-out failure.
- Push the stick to the side and use a can of compressed air to blow into the cap. Keep the nozzle at least three inches…