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by the IROriginally Posted by galactic
what EXACTLY are we suppose to do in order to use it for other tvs
How do you recompile the file?
I dont understand nothing of programming but anyone can make a better interface for this great program?
i think its not dificult..
can someone make that remote program work with satelite remotes such as dish network and direct tv, plz.
LOL there's lots of begging going on in this thread!!!
I think that its amazing that the homebrew scene was able to make use of the IR port well befor $ony ever gets around to releasing whatever accesory would work with this....
Im sure that this application will explode pretty soon since the original author provided the source code for us; theres also been some really good suggestions made on this thread, so be patient everyone the devs will take your suggestions to heart much easier if it doesn;t sound all whiney ;)
I feel so dirty begging, but I have no means of making my own version
I have to run out for a couple errands real quick, but when I get back, I'd like to try to reprogram this app to include a JVC remote feature. If we have enough people doing this on these forums, it wouldn't be that hard to compile them into one huge program, but while I'm gone, I have a favor to ask of anyone who can find it...I need the conversion protocol for JVC TV's. I couldn't find it after a quick search on google, but if anyone has any luck, let me know =)
All I need to know is how to recompile it and I can do a lot to the program... :wall:
Make sure you add Rogers Digital Cable so all the canadians can use it aswell.
Although multi combo buttons would definatley be usefull.
Once i get all that I need to do PSP programming set up(pspsdk,psptoolchain and cygwin) I'll run through to see if I can get a working eboot.pbp...once I get that done I'll start a new forum where you can submit you remote control's list of hex functions.
I'm going to modify the code to be JUST a TV remote...removing the ps2 code. Basically the Idea is to allow the tv remote way more functionality.
Use the switch mode(regularly from ps2 to tv) to switch from ch+-,vol+-,mute,tv/video,etc... to 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,100+ (just enough buttons to do it)
That's the plan anyways...all depends if I can get all this damn psp coding stuff done(I know how to code for computers...just never came across toolchains and the like)
Awesome. I'm doing the same (installing cygwin, toolchain, etc)... Hopefully we can get something going.Originally Posted by Nekid
here is what I've done so far...
Remove PS2 functionality
Binded Select to switch between TV number input and TV Main functions
Select: swith to TV main functions
TV main functions
Select: swith to TV main functions
UP: Channel up
Right: Volume Down
Down: Channel down
Left: Volume Up
Triangle: PIP on
Circle: Sleep timer
LTrigger: Mute on/off
RTrigger: No function yet....but you may never know...give it a try.(Might make it the "ghost button" that sitches the tv on/off. mutes then changes the channel to something random, etc...will be switched depending on the eboot :))
If someone could make an RCA remote for an old RCA tv That would be the best thing in the world.
make the R trigger (or whatever one that has no function) the JUMP button, u know the one that lets you jump between 2 channels ;)
yes a RCA would be f uckin great lol, whats a good program to redo these psp files
Might I also suggest an "enter" key for those older sony trinitrons that you need to hit the enter key after typing in the channel....
why not try incorporating the Virtual Keyboard from PVNC? I'm not sure exacly where in the source code it is, but the source is available if anyone wants to try...
The easiest way to make a good remote program would be to make an interface for the psp and depending on your model tv you could select different control sets that would automatically adhere to the GUI on your psp screen. This way you would have a universal remote and wouldn't need to rely on how many keys you had. The rest of the buttons could be assigned by the user as hot keys for the funtions they use the most.
Maybe you could put different files in the game folder depending on what type of Virtual remote you were using.
I've got a few semesters in college of programming in C and Assembly but don't have the time to figure out how to program this. I'd imagine that including a file that the program could check for depending on what version of remote you were trying to use and map it over the original SONY Hex that represented the commands you would save time writing code for every different remote that you wanted to emulate.
is it possible to edit the codes and use it for a toshiba?
Universal is coming...for now i'm going to compile custom eboots for people...should be starting in about half an hour to an hour....i'll start a new thread when i'm ready to take orders
It's an infared device so it's probably compatible with anything that supports IR input. Once you know what code sent what type of signal you could map it over the PSP's IR codes and the IR would basically use the functions that you specified for it.
I'm guessing that you could probably find a source for the funtions and commands used for all those TV remotes online somewhere and simply find a logical way to replace or modify the PSP's functions with the new programmed functions.
I really like this idea and hope that a Virtual User Interface is used for mapping of all those extra function.
Think about it, you could have a main program that uses files that have the info for the particular remote your looking for and a GUI that would represent that remote. I'm sure it would save a lot of programming time this way instead of making a program for each remote or making them all built into the program which would take time and memory away. (Smaller programs run faster. =P)
hey i got the name of my toshiba but like i dont know how to get its source code or you know what, i dont know how to do it at all! all i know is that its a toshiba 32AF43 and that the remote control is Toshiba CT-90157
I got everything needed to compile it except there seems to be a missing file.
Any idea of how to get this.
Originally Posted by Nekid
Hi Nekid I haven't read every single post on this thread but what are the things you need from us to compile so custom eboots? Because I'd like to have a universal remote hook up to my tv, stereo and cable box.
i really want to try this remote app but im not sure how to get it working. Ive been downloading the emulators and such like crazy but all that stuff is kind of plug and play could somebody please whip up (hehe) a guide or at least the completed file for this awesome app
I cant beleive whats been done with this thing its amazing, good work to all you peeps who take the time to bring us your re- :dance: creations
Originally Posted by user friendly
Just download it you must have version 1.0 or 1.5 open the 1.5 folder and it's named something like remote and remote% put those in your game folder in your psp then run it in the psp it only supports one brand right now. So you will have to wait.
Hey could someone PLZ for the love of all good, reply. Ok, i looked at the webpage with all the remote codes, but it does not have mine cause mines is too new and the site was last updated 2003, so my remote is Toshiba CT-90157
and if people who dont want to give it to me, atleast give me a few more websites that have remote codes, PLZ..
Alright, this is really bugging me now. I can't find the conversions for JVC remotes, nor can I find the coding for the RM-C255. The remote isn't even listed on JVC's site =p If ANYONE can help me out here, it'd be great, but this is the only TV I can test any of the code I compile. Any help would be great.