Program Name: PSPTed with IR Keyboard Support
Credits: Logan Buesching and Alberto Cuesta Cañada
It is with great pleasure that I am able to release this. I had almost thought that all hope was lost. But alas, I was able to find to the IR Keyboard program from the days of old and put it to use.
Something to note before continuing: I take NO credit for this release. All I did was butcher the code (of PSPTed, Alberto's work) to integrate the Keyboard driver with it. So both Logan and Alberto deserve ALL the credit for this, since it was their work originally.
I do, however, plan to make this better as time goes on. Perhaps with a file system and mouse cursor, but we'll see. If not this program has some use for people needing to take notes on the go and has as a built in Load and Save function from Logan's original keyboard driver.
-IR Keyboard. MP-0118 Micro Innovations Keyboard was what the driver was programmed for and was tested extensively by myself and Logan. Other keyboards MAY work or they MAY NOT work. However, if a keyboard does not work, contact me at F9zDark@gmail.com
and I'll see about getting support for your keyboard.
*Installation* (Supports 1.50 only for the moment; 1.0 might work but not tested)
1)Copy KBINIT and KBINIT% to the PSP\Game folder
2)Copy PSPTedwIR and PSPTedwIR% to the PSP\Game folder
3)Run KBINIT and follow the instructions on-screen for setting up your keyboard. It will save a Keyboard Config file to the root of the memstick. Exit when done. It may not exit with the home button, if it doesn't just hold the power switch until the PSP turns off or remove the battery.
4)Run PSPTed w/ IR Keyboard Support and give it a whirl!
In PSPTed you can Save and Load a txt file to and from the root of the memory stick. The file is saved as "savedData.txt". These controls are actuated on the PSP.
O - Saves File
^ - Loads File
-Keyboard Init may hang on exit
-PSPTed has no way to scroll down, change text lines (without hitting enter) or navigate through lines of text or across a line of text.
You, the user, assumes all liability with using this program. It is safe, but heaven forbid, your PSP should blow up before, during or after using this program, it is not Logan's, Alberto's or my responsibility. Consider yourself warned