How to customise your own XBox 360 mod controller

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How to customise your own XBox 360 mod controller
You can change the default of your Xbox 360 controller, thus customising it and making it your own. (Handout/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

Xbox 360 controllers, like many electronic devices, can be customised to fit the visual appeal and comfort level of your choosing, even if you've already modified aspects of your controller. There are several manufacturers of products that can be used to customise your modded Xbox 360 controllers, most which will not require you to take the controller apart. However, modding your controller can void the warranty that comes with the device.

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Instructions

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    Place stickers and decals on the device. Adhesive stickers are great for Xbox 360 controllers, because they can be easily applied or removed from the device. Generally, any adhesive sticker will work on the device as long as you place it in an area that has enough room for the adhesive area.

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    Place a case on your Xbox 360 controller. Many cases can be snapped on over the pre-existing cases, which make it a great solution for owners who don't want to open their modded Xbox 360 controller. These cases can also include grips on the back, so you can have increased stability when using the peripheral.

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    Purchase a bottom-trim or d-pad skin for your Xbox 360 controller. These are two components that are often overlooked when customising the look of your modded Xbox 360 controller, but these small, unique touches can give the device a distinct visual flair.

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