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Whats with the back touchpad?

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Not a single game that i own uses the back touch pad effectively. All it's used for is as a replacement for the triggers on PS1 classics. And its really ticking me off since my enormous fingers keep touching it without trying. I was wondering if anyone else is having issues with it. And if there is a way i can cover it up. Maybe an accessory that i can buy? I bought the PS3 controller-like triggers to help with it, but it only made it worse. Now i have to awkwardly curl my fingers back like a fist, and that's not comfortable. It keeps giving me finger cramps. Its easily the worst feature on the system. Any suggestions?

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I use this on my own Vita. It keeps dirt and scratches off the device for the most part, but it also comes with a detachable back plate that goes over the rear touchpad.

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This was always a complaint for me as well. If there is an option, disable it in game. Otherwise you could look for a large controller accessory. The Jak series was painful for me due to the back touch pad.

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make a double barreled hand gun (pinkie and ring folded back) and grab the system

I'll try this and report back to you later.

make a double barreled hand gun (pinkie and ring folded back) and grab the system

Oh wow. Surprisingly effective! Thank you.

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I'll try this and report back to you later.

Oh wow. Surprisingly effective! Thank you.

:D Happy to help! At least my method is cost effecient!

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