In some cases, it could simply be the casing.
In my case, at the top left just below indicator number 4, there is a small piece of plastic that snaps the controller together.
Being I got mine used, it has obviously seen previous repair and the previous owner damaged this plastic contact.
By opening up the base and carefully pushing this piece back in position with a flat head, the controller snapped properly in place. After screwing it back together tightly (the screws were also loose compared to factory) I resolved my phantom D-Pad issue.
I also resolved improper placement of the R2 trigger spring in the process XD
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Only difference with mine is it works normally on the charger as a wired controller why would this happen
Best guess is that your Bluetooth module is giving out wonky signals. Does it happen with other controllers?
As for mine, the controller works fine on another person's computer when I try but starts pressing itself randomly on mine
What I usually do is smack it against the floor until it works properly
I had the same problem. I then opened up my controller and cleaned the contacts. check this guide here: http://bit.ly/openps3controller
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