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Custom Firmware Extender 1.9.2 USB Host

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by jay12645, Nov 11, 2007.

  1. jay12645

    jay12645 Member

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    I am having trouble getting this to work. I have the program running on my computer and it says the drivers were installed for psp type b. I Press note+l then home with usbhost selected and it says "could not get remote list" what am i not doing right. Are my drivers messed up if so how can i completely remove them for a fresh install. I am using winxp.

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    did u do this Note that you must create a folder ISO where you launch usbhostfs_pc


    from the read me

    USAGE
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    * To use usbhost iso streaming : after executing usbhostfs_pc on the computer,
    type "Note + L" on the psp. Note that you must create a folder ISO where you launch usbhostfs_pc and put your isos inside.

    * To use wifi streaming : edit the "pc_ip_address" line in the "cfe.config" file
    to match IP address of your desktop PC.
    Make sure you can use first network infrastruction connection setting to connect PSP to your desktop PC.
    Launch "nethostfs.exe" then type "Note + L" on your psp.

    * To record an in-game video on psp : On the computer, go to the folder
    "windows\remotejoy_gui" then launch "start.bat"
    On the PSP, load a game or homebrew, then push the capture button combo (default is NOTE/TRIANGLE).
    The psp will hang if you do this before a game save is loaded, best is to do this when you really are in game.
    Go back to the computer, in the SDL windows push "c" on your keyboard to start capturing.
    Each frames will be saved as bmp in the capture folder. Note that you must have a lot of free space on your hdd,
    and this one must work at a descent speed or you may loose some frames.
    Now you just have to encode the *.bmps using you favorite encoder (VirtualDub will do the job by loading the first bmp).

    * Vsh menu hook : you can set some "vsh menu icons" to load a specified homebrew, take a look at the cfe.config file for
    exemples on how to use it.

    * For other functions, press "Note + Volume Down" on the PSP to show available commands.

     
  3. jay12645

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    yes i have an iso folder with some isos in it where i am running the program from. i am running 3.71 M33-3
     

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