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    psp PSPik - Keyboard driver version 0.01

    Kididio has posted the first release of his IR Keyboard driver, PSPik.

    With this driver you should be able to interact with your PSP from a Wireless Keyboard.

    Heres what the coder says:

    This release is proper, itīs only a proof of concept release for the pspsource.de comunity to show up eg. to test which ir keyboard devices are working with.

    This rls is testet by some friends of me, with multiple deployers from ir keyboards like acer, hama, sony, lg and so on, but for every keyboard we must improofe the code, so i can not grant any functionality to you, its ver 0.01 first, you can call it
    a pre-alpha. My job and my wife sucks most off
    my freetime, an working release for the mainstream keyboards is coming up end of this,
    2006, year.

    Does it work, ?

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    Even if it doesn't it's good to know somebody is working on it.
    Keep it up!!

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    Awesome!Great work.
    Hopefully we'll see linux soon.

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    Sony did not want to give us a PSP keyboard so it looks like again homebrew may just find a way.

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    i love the homebrew scene

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    Me too, blazed.

    We need to see some pics of this in action.
    I wonder if you have to line up the keyboards with the IR port on the psp?
    We need the keyboards to be attachable to the psp.
    With this development maybe some manufacturers will make one that folds over the psp face.

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    i've got a wireless keyboard
    but i dun have IR Shell

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    I have a Belkin wireless keyboard. Maybe I'll give this a whirl.

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    sound very cool some one shud try this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by razorak
    i've got a wireless keyboard
    but i dun have IR Shell
    I'm pretty sure that you don't need IRshell to use this. Also, you can easily download it from the Ir Shell thread. First I tried it without Irshell and it did not sork with my Palm Wireless Keyboard. Then I tried it with Irshell and it still did not work. Hopefully compatibility will shoot up by the end of the year. If it's possible to implement a learn fuction then that would be great. So if your keyboard is not supported then you can press "learn" on the PSP then type a letter and then tell the PSP what letter it was for future use. It may get a but tedious to learn all of the keys but after the first time it would be perfect. Also, once this improves other coders should implement the source into their programs so you can use a wireless keyboard with any program. Links and AFKIM would be ideal for use with this.

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