Hey guys I know this is a bit old, but this is just for those people that didn't know this existed. FuSa Gamepad, is a homebrew that allows you to emulate controls on a PC. So people like me who use PCSX2 and forget their controllers at their friends place ( ) can use their PSP. Take note, the PSP doesn't have a right analog stick, so you're gonna have to deal with that yourself. Other than that it emulates the controls pretty well.
What it does:
- It allows you to play games on ANY TV over ANY cable.
( composite, component, svideo, d-terminal )
All kinds of cables are supported!
Besides that, it allows you to play on full screen area![/quote]
1. Download FuSa GamePad Version 0.3 (Latest version - 0.3 - 2010-01-03)
2. Connect your PSP to your computer via a USB cable.
3. Open your PSP's drive (removable disk X: - 'x' as in whatever letter, for example G/D/E). Then open the PSP/Game folder.
4. Extract the FuSa GamePad archive and open the psp/game folder inside. Then copy or drag/drop the "FusaGamePad" folder to your psp's Game folder.
5. Now unplug your PSP and go into the XMB. In the XMB, go to Game, and locate the FusaGamePad homebrew and launch it.
6. Connect your PSP to your computer using your USB cable again.
7. It should start installing the Driver software if not already installed.
8. The screen would go off, but no worries it only does that to prevent battery drain. Congratulations you may use your PSP as a gaming controller
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Fyi, it also works on PS3