Did you check and see if the bottom of the tape is conductive as well? I had the same problem when I used the tape and got rid of it all together. I cant remember who told me to check but someone earlier on in the thread I think @ketchaleon.petran1420 wrote:So I attempted a fix, bridging the ground traces together, with solder on top of copper tape on top of newly exposed traces, to no avail. Picture attached. Any insight?
But yeah man The problem was that second post so I attached it to the first and then checked with my multimeter from there to ground on teensy then I did the Dpad area. If its not working I would try to do it without the tape thats probably what is causing it to have a bad connection.. or just order a PCB board.. I ended up ordering one from @helder in the buy, sell trade forum just to make it cleaner and not have to worry about anything not working :/
I know its rough after all the time you put into soldering into traces and everything.