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WiFi Controller
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WiFi Controller
Version: 0.1

Platforms: PSP, Mobile Gaming


Categories: System Utilities

Upload date: 23 Dec 11

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License: Freeware

Downloads: 1
File Size: 254 Kb
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WiFi Controller

 Inspired by the work of Mikko Monone, who wrote the original controller program, David Rudie decided to give this program his own mark. The controller program basically turns your PSP into a controller for your PC. A few of the things he noticed that's a little amiss with the original was that the start button exited the program and select didn't work plus he wanted some more details on the display.

He borrowed a tiny bit of the original codes as a starting point and the rest was all his. Also, we have to give it up for PPJoy for helping out. Rudie writes a detailed how-to in the Read Me file included in the downloaded, which I'm going to put here for everyone's convenience.

* Open the PSP directory and edit the proper wifi.cfg for your PSP version and set the IP of the computer you are going to use this on.
* Copy the correct director(y|ies) to your PSP depending on whether you have a 1.0 or 1.5 PSP. If you use a custom firmware mod that allows the use of single EBOOT.PBP files on a 1.5 PSP then you can use the 1.0 directory.
* Download and install PPJoy. http://www.geocities.com/deonvdw/Docs/PPJoyMain.htm
* After it is installed open up your Control Panel and run Parallel Port Joysticks.
* When the window comes up click Add... at the bottom and then Add on the next screen.
* It will want to install some drivers so either have it scan automatically or point it to the directory you install PPJoy to.
* After it is done installing, click the PPJoy Virtual joystick 1 in the menu and click Mapping...
* Choose "Set a custom mapping for this controller" and click Next.

* Axes = 2 (X Axis and Y Axis)

Buttons = 8
POV hats = 1

* X Axis = Analog 0

Y Axis = Analog 1

* These buttons are up to you to set. I left them all default but changed Button 7 and Button 8 to be correct because they ARE WRONG default.

Button 1 = Digital 0
Button 2 = Digital 1
Button 3 = Digital 2
Button 4 = Digital 3
Button 5 = Digital 4
Button 6 = Digital 5
Button 7 = Digital 11
Button 8 = Digital 10

* Directional button POV

North = Digital 6
East = Digital 7
West = Digital 9
South = Digital 8

* Run the SocketText.exe program. It will open a Command Prompt window. Just minimize it and forget about it. If it just opens and closes, something went wrong. Good luck.
* Now start the program no your PSP and it should connect to your computer and basically be working. You'll find out in the next step.
* Go back to your control panel and go to Game Controllers. Click on the PPJoy Virtual joystick 1 and choose Properties. On the screen that comes up you should be able to press buttons on the PSP and have them show as working on the screen. I recommend calibrating the Analog Stick too.
* Enjoy!

 
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