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    I'm sure you all know what this is, but I have a small request, to anyone who has the expertise, and is willing

    You know the PC app that you ahve to open to translate the WiFi Inputs into the VIrtual Joystick commands?

    Having to keep that app open whilst using the joystick is annoying, can anyone make a service that boots with Windows, runs in the backround, and when you turn on the App on the PSP, it will automatically work, and no window to "accidentally" close

    Thanks!



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    42 views, and no response?


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    well not wifi but you can use usb host in irshell and joypad.

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    What?

    That's not what I'm talking about

    There's an app called WiFiController, that lets you use your PSP as a joystick for the computer, but the application on the PC must be kept open for it to work, and that's what I was talking about.. :S


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrey94
    well not wifi but you can use usb host in irshell and joypad.
    I think he was suggesting an alternative.

    I know the program. I doubt many people will be able to help you with this. Your best bet is just to wait and hope the problem is sorted in later updates.

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    You can put a shortcut to the program in the startup folder and it'll start when you boot up windows, but I wouldn't know how to hide it unless you download a program that will hide the program for you. Here is a nifty little free program that will hide the current running application, you may want to try it. All you do is hit the Panic! button and your program disappears, you can configure a hotkey, and the program itself looks like the task manager in the taskabar, very cool, hope it helps. http://www.download3000.com/download...reg-46335.html

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    I'll try that, but I wish someone would convert this EXE into a service that Windows Executes upon boot, :(


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