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Hello I'm new to this board so bear with me if I'm retarded. I would like to DIY my Dualshock 4 controller to be hardwired instead of having a usb port at the top. Pic related is an example of the part that can be easily purchased and replaced in the controller, but I suppose my question is if it would be feasible or even possible for someone like me to turn it into having a cable firmly attached. My guess would be desoldering the current usb female port and then soldering one end of a usb cable onto the chip? I'd love to hear input.



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