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PSP as controller
#1
Hi,
I have seen people mention using their PSP and USB cord as a controller. Can anyone link me to a guide or explain how to do this(if its possible).

Thanks,
crZyhamSter

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#2
it's not possible. and what you are seeing is fake. (I'm a PSP sceener, and I've done about everything there is to do with it)
#3
It's not currently possible (there's nothing on the net like this) BUT you could do it with libusb and a proper program on PC simmilar to DS3 Tool. Doesn't sound that hard to do but wouldn't be usefull for PCSX2 because of 2 buttons missing and a whole analog controller.
#4
Not sure if its compatible with current CFW but it is certainly possible http://foosa.do.am/news/2009-06-08-20 Was doing this back on CFW 5.50 Pro
#5
the PSP can't send controls OUT. It is a pure receiver. I've been looking into something similar. people managed to send a video signal from the PSP, but that's because that's what SCEI did to show it off at E3. they just disabled it
#6
I have used this several times back when I didnt have a dedicated gamepad for my PC and I know for a fact that it works for emulators. Just need to use the Note button to access a secondary Analogue stick.
#7
I never had any luck making that work
#8
Thanks for all the replies. To those who think it works, does anyone have a guide or link?
#9
Your resolve is admirable, crZyhamSter.
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#10
You can find guides on youtube on how to get it working. Need a PSP running CFW tho as I dont think its been signed to run on OFW.




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