] ] Do this dude edisoncarter cracked open what appears to be
] ] a cheesy 3rd party PS2 controller (save the good stuff
] ] for the gaming, we always say), hooked up the lines to a
] ] parallel port for signal injection, and then hash-cracker
] ] style used a custom app that ran brute force key
] ] combinations until he came up with a slew of unreleased
] ] cheat codes for GTA San Andreas. Damn, dude.
] That is so damn cool!
seems like a lot more work than just disassembling the rom images to find them...
I was searching for info about this old hack I remembered hearing about and found a Memestream thread, cool!
What I'd like to do is have one PSX controller controlling two PSX's. I don't know if such a thing is possible, but I'd like to give it a shot for an experiment I want to try.
Technically, the "second" PSX won't really be a Playstation. It will be going to a PSX to USB converter. What I'd like to do is play a regular PSX game with the controller, but capture the padstrokes and joystick movements to the computer. Almost like a span port for the PSX controller if you will, TX from the controller only.
Anyone think this is possible?
RE: Brute-forcing GTA San Andreas cheat codes