[Answered] PS3 Controller battery help?
I have a non generic controller and it won't charge, I was playing a game and after a few hours a message come up on the top left of me screen. Thinking I'll just play a bit more and charge it in the morning, so did that and now when I go and play something the message comes up and I charge it till its full, pull out the USB cord and try to play and the message comes up within a couple of minutes. So plug it back in and it's saying that it's full.
So my question is have I fried the battery some how by letting it drain so much? I'm stumped
Anyway sorry for the long winded explanation and cheers if you can help me
I was going to say to replace the battery I have two retail Official Japan Made Controller but is US PS3 Version controller one came with a large gray battery and the other small black battery, because my was not charging no more I replace the small black battery with a new large battery color gray, now works great, the battery black SONY small has 300mah the gray one has a higher number than 300mah that is not from SONY but it works great like the other gray battery that is from SONY.
so is great idea you replace the battery not sure if replicas non SONY made from China Controllers are similar to the Real OEM SONY controllers made in JAP but I notice the New OEM Official PS3 controllers and PS3 is made mostly manufacture in China and some few other countries because a tsunami that happen in Japan last year there is no oem made in China controllers and also OEM Official PS3 Sony brand.
I like OEM or USB made like Logitech is not for PS3 is for my computer but still works in my PS3, or I install usb to ps2 controller they work great in my ps3 with no problem also I have a wireless non Sony from Gigaware is for the PS2 but I use the usb to ps2 controller censor so it can be wireless.