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    imzack is offline -Hacks Ninja
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    Someone should make a universal psp remote so you can control not only the sony tvs but other tvs that would be tight.


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    yea ill turn off al the tvs in my school , lol or u go to walmart or bestbuy
    imagine that , i have the ps2 one and is hilarious , the people put some faces :lol:

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    some one should look into this and start working on it.
    i would love to use my psp as a remote for pranks! :8)

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    no double posting

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    It's impossible, since universal remotes use radio signals, something which the PSP can not produce.

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    SOME remotes use radio signals but plenty (in fact most) still use infrared and infact the psp has a radio transmitter (i doubt there'd be compatability though...) but the psp could control most devices... but really there is no such thing as a "universal" remote...
    Yee!

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    p4ch3c0 is offline Senior Member -Hacks Titan
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    There is so. Not all of them use radio signals, though. But most do.

    Another thing, where did you read that the PSP had a radio transmitter? I've never heard that.

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    the psp can do anything a universal remote can do. I'd make a port of the sony clie universal remote prog (pda) but i dont have the source code. Does anyone have the source for a universal remote program because im definitely not wstingf my time coding one from scratch, that would take forever, and it might not even work, so source code plz.

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    it would be great to have the PSP as a universal remote... dunno if y'all saw this when there was a PSP hack contest at Engadget someone got their PSP to work with one of those centralized computer controlled home device thingymajigs http://features.engadget.com/entry/1234000400040802
    Looks like it's about a $1500 project to go to this extent, but I believe it shows proof that it can happen.

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    Your right most tvs use infered i dont know of a tv that doesnt well anyway i dont know what a source code is but there are 3 other remotes for the psp out there i have found and if you open them all up you might find what need i dont know, i found two remotes just for the ps2 and sony tvs one is a update to the other and the other remote i found was for LG tvs. All i would think you would need to do is find out how to chnge the frequnecny in the progarming so the inrered on your psp will work on any device just like a universal remote.

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