DualShock 3 and 4 Drivers For PS2 - Want to use a DualShock 3 or DualShock 4 on your PS2? Just load up these drivers with your favorite ELF loader!
The PS2's DualShock 2 is one of the best controllers around, but each console generation has made major improvements to that classic design. After loading these drivers with an ELF loader, you can use a DualShock 3 or DualShock 4 with Sony's second-gen console. All advanced features such as vibration, gyroscope, light bar, and touch pad are active as well. However, the remote must be connected via USB, and can't be used wirelessly. See more details below!
Copy ds4ps2.irx and ds4ps3.irx to the root of your usb flash drive.
Load the .elf with an ELF loader (uLaunchELF for example).
That's it :D
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