Posted By: wraggster
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Well i had the idea to convert my psp to an ir controler.So i tried the universal
remote but i didn't find the remote code which i wanted.
So i found the iR Commander 0.8 and i said to try it.
I downloaded and i installed on my psp but it was corrupted.I installed it again but the same.
Then i searched for about 3 months and i found the way to fix it.
the problem was that the ir commander 0.8 builded for the first CFWs and from
the 2.71 SE and above shows as corrupted.
Anyway now it works from 2.71 SE until the 5.00 M33.
5.50 isn't supported yet cause the 1.50 kernel isn't released yet and leda doesn't
work with 5.50 GEN.
Info:iR Commander is an Infra-Red Universal Remote Control software for PSP.
It allows you to control various home appliances and other infra-red based equipments
via the standard Pronto Hex Codes available on the net.
Usage Note:1) unzip the iR Commander 0.8 fixed for new CFWs.rar and place the folder "IRCOM" to your PSP under /PSP/GAME/.
2) You can define a remote control by adding a Remote Control Description file (rdf). This is a plain
text file. Pls refer to the sample "Panasonic TV.rdf" for syntax description. You can simply use Windows
Notepad to create a rdf, make sure you disable Word Wrap via Format->Word Wrap menu. This will allow you
to see one code entry per line under Notepad.
3) If you make any typos in rdf file. The program will abort telling what & where you've made the typo
after you have chosen that remote in the application.
4) There is an iR indicator on the top right corner on the remote control screen. It'll flash in RED if
the PSP is tranmitting IR signal.
5) Refer to the "Panasonic TV.rdf" sample for defining Macros.
6) To select the bundled IR codes, press SQUARE button to switch to directory view and make selection.
"Codes" folder contains the standard Pronto Hex Codes and "Discrete Codes" folder contains Discrete Codes"
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