PSP ButtonHook for FW2.71

Loosen up my buttons baby.0okm‘s telling us to loosen up those buttons and to stop fronting about the darned thing. Slap me now for the Pussycat Dolls reference, but if there’s an excuse to make a really freaky reference then you can be sure that excuse will be used up.

Back to business. Like him or not, 0okm has been quite active in the development scene, from introducing interesting news tidbits and rumors, to making stuff like the Hen C AutoExec modification. His latest release is a button changing application for PSPs, which he calls ButtonHook.

Once again, let’s offer the standard disclaimer. If you don’t know what you’re doing when it comes to homebrew programs, stop right here, because you might do something very unsightly to your PSP’s inner workings. Knowledge of code will do wonders to save you from the trouble using a PSP whose controls are now haywire. In any case, here’s his installation procedure:

Copy dh/kd/271CtrlP0okm.prx to MemoryStick

  • Add line ms0:/dh/kd/271CtrlP0okm.prx to ms0:/dh/271F/flash0/kd/pspbtcnf.txt and ms0:/dh/271F/flash0/kd/pspbtcnf_game.txt
    • see pspbtcnf.txt.sample, pspbtcnf_game.txt.sample

          If in MemoryStick root have CtrlP0okm.bin then it will use it to Hook the Button.

Like we said, it’s not a program for the newcomers to the scene. Regardless, if you have the know-how and the elbow grease to do some button tweaking, you’ll probably enjoy this new app. You have to wonder what it does to a button-testing program though. For more information, check the code on the source link, and good luck homebrewers.

Download: [PSP ButtonHook for FW2.71]

Loosen up my buttons baby.0okm‘s telling us to loosen up those buttons and to stop fronting about the darned thing. Slap me now for the Pussycat Dolls reference, but if there’s an excuse to make a really freaky reference then you can be sure that excuse will be used up.

Back to business. Like him or not, 0okm has been quite active in the development scene, from introducing interesting news tidbits and rumors, to making stuff like the Hen C AutoExec modification. His latest release is a button changing application for PSPs, which he calls ButtonHook.

Once again, let’s offer the standard disclaimer. If you don’t know what you’re doing when it comes to homebrew programs, stop right here, because you might do something very unsightly to your PSP’s inner workings. Knowledge of code will do wonders to save you from the trouble using a PSP whose controls are now haywire. In any case, here’s his installation procedure:

Copy dh/kd/271CtrlP0okm.prx to MemoryStick

  • Add line ms0:/dh/kd/271CtrlP0okm.prx to ms0:/dh/271F/flash0/kd/pspbtcnf.txt and ms0:/dh/271F/flash0/kd/pspbtcnf_game.txt
    • see pspbtcnf.txt.sample, pspbtcnf_game.txt.sample

          If in MemoryStick root have CtrlP0okm.bin then it will use it to Hook the Button.

Like we said, it’s not a program for the newcomers to the scene. Regardless, if you have the know-how and the elbow grease to do some button tweaking, you’ll probably enjoy this new app. You have to wonder what it does to a button-testing program though. For more information, check the code on the source link, and good luck homebrewers.

Download: [PSP ButtonHook for FW2.71]

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