Yeah..it's not the kernel requirements that you have to worry about..it's the Slim having no IR port to transmit the signal.
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I was wondering if anyone has ever gotten the XBMC remote Homebrew application to work on the PSP slim. The application needs the 1.5 addon which does not work on the PSP slim. Is there another way I can do it? I have heard of using timemachine but that requires that I have a Pandora battery in my PSP Slim in order to run the 1.5 firmware and the Pandora battery I have is for a PSP fat. Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks
I should clarify...
The XBMC psp remote control homebrew application controls XBMC by connecting to the router using the PSP wifi and then connecting to the xbox through the network (xbox has a ethernet port). Once the PSP XBMC remote is connected to the xbox through the network, it uses the web interface of XBMC to control it. As such, IR is not necessary (would also be pointless since Xbox doesn't use IR), it's a very clever app IMO. There is a Youtube posting of it working but I cannot post URLs since I don't have 15 points yet.
Anyway, the remote works fine on a PSP fat running 1.5 firmware or the 1.5 firmware addon. Has anyone gotten it to work on the PSP slim WITHOUT using timemachine? That's what I'm interested in doing.
The only way I can think to do it is use timemachine and then load the 1.5 kernel but this requires my pandora battery being in the PSP slim and I have a Pandora battery for the PSP phat.
Last edited by supernater; 11-14-2008 at 02:59 PM.
Anyway, to reiterate..... has anyone ever made this work on a PSP slim? Does anyone out there have XBMC and a modded PSP slim that they use to control XBMC? Can anyone tell me if it is at all possible without using timemachine? This app is just what I need but I can't make it run. grrrrrrrrr.
Anyone that can tell me how to do this will be my new god.
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