JoySens is a plugin for PSP custom firmware allows you to control the sensitivity of the joystick in a very efficient and "repair" the deficiencies of analog joystick. In the worst case when the joystick is not reparable, one option is proposed in order to disable it and it never interferes with your Game.
Apart from that, this plugin integrates features such as where the joystick can be recognized as the arrow keys and so you can navigate the XMB with the analog joystick and not the arrows.
How do I configure JoySens to control the XMB with the analog joystick?
Make sure "forceanalog" is set to 1 in the "ini" (default) and change the mode "remap" in section VSH to "Analog-> Dpad (2)" or to "Analog <-> Dpad (3) "if you still want to be able to have an analog input in some cases (for the photo viewer or the browser).
My joystick does everything in disorder, leaving the characters move in random directions while I do not touch anything!
When the direction of the joystick tends to be the same, this is surely no accident and the most likely cause is that the joystick is just off-centered. You have two options to solve this problem: a semi-automatic and manual method.
For the manual method, you just need to adjust the central value in the configuration file "ini" for it to match that of your joystick. You can find good values, leaving intact the joystick and looking at the same time the first pair of values in the first line of "info output. Try to find a good average of the values you see and put them in the configuration file "ini". Restart the PSP and verify that the second pair of values on the first line of "info output" remains at <0,0> when the joystick is intact. If ever it does not work, repeat the steps above. If the directions are completely random and never go in the same direction, it is likely that the joystick is very responsive. In this case, try adjusting the parameters in something of this type is: 2.0 - 2.5. After that, slowly increase the value.
For the semi-automatic, several solutions available to you:
Move the joystick toward the "northwest", hold it a few seconds, then release it slowly so that it is centered. Then press "Note" +
Move the joystick to the "southeast", hold it a few seconds, then release it slowly so that it is centered. Then press "Note" + .
Repeat these steps until the joystick is centered (in the ideal is the average of minimum and maximum axis value when the joystick is not affected).
My joystick does not recognize the entry for !
This is due to too small values of analog joystick, even when pushed to the maximum that can be produced: 128 for and 127. There is still two solutions, a semi-automatic and manual.
For the manual method, look at the first line of "info output. When you press the joystick in that direction. If the joystick is configured correctly, you should see the values 128 (for and ) or 127 (for and ).So if you move your joystick to the left, you will see <-128, *>, and right you will see <127 *>, up you will see <-128, *> and finally down you will see <* 127>. If the values are smaller (and therefore larger), your joystick is not configured properly and you need to adjust the parameters of minimum and maximum values in the configuration file "ini" to represent minimum and maximum values when you move your joystick to the extreme. Say if you get the values of <-128, -101> to <96.127>, edit the configuration file "ini" and readjust the minimum <-128, -98> and the maximum at <93.127>. You should reduce the value not exceeding few (2-3 in most cases) since these values are not 100% correct, so you may be dealing with values that are not accurate. When you have all finished, restart the plugin (by starting a homebrew / game or restarting the PSP) and make sure the joystick is calibrated. If not, try to decrease the values until it suits you.
For the semi-automatic, also several solutions:
Press the "notes" + "screen". The values of the second to last line should change to something different than (-128, -128) -> (127.127).
Move the analog stick to extremes.
Press the "notes" + "screen". Optimally, the values of the second to last line should change, but are now closer to (-128, -128) -> (127.127), but only if your analog stick is actually faulty.
I want JoySens is activated only games xy / vsh, how can I do that?
In the game in question (or VSH = = PSP Firmware XMB GUI), press "note" + to save the current settings. This will create a new section called "[GAMEID%%]" in the file joysens.ini with the current settings selected. Then you can change settings for this game in the file joysens.ini, or just change the settings with the combinations of buttons and you need to press "note" + in the game
If the backup method does not work for you, then you must find the GAMEID (Identification of the game) and create a section to the configuration file so joysens.ini yourself. You can find the GAMEID folder of game saves for your game (ms0: / PSP / SAVEDATA /), following the schematic of naming ULUSxxxxx "," ULESxxxxx "," ULJSxxxxx "etc.. In file joysens.ini, just write "[ULUS-xxxxx]", also at the end of the file followed by the parameters of the game you want to set.
There are two files, joysens.prx and joysens_lite.prx. Which is correct?
Normally, you should only use joysens.prx (normal version). However, there should be some cases where it necessary to change to joysens_lite.prx (lite version). The reason is that the normal version does not work for you for some games, or with your favorite plugins. Or maybe you think that surely the normal version is slow your game too often. The lite version but you can help in some cases, yet, this version will not allow you, for example, change the settings with combinations of buttons in full play only the mode button to "remap" walk again.
My joystick is useless, whatever functions I try. How to disable?
You just have to adjust the setting to 0 and the joystick will be disabled.
How to disable the configuration of a button? I delete the line in joysens.ini but it does not work!
For now, JoySens treats non-existing values in the file joysens.ini how if they were defined by default. This is to ensure that JoySens works correctly even if the file was corrupt or joysens.ini no longer existed. To disable the configuration of a button, you must explicitly set to nothing (for example, "resetbtn =" if you want to disable the reset function). If you disable "primarybtn" button configuration will be disabled.
JoySens does not work with custom firmware x.xx (still above 3.80)!
Try formatting your flash1 in recovery menu (press start leaving the PSP). If this does not work, try also to format your memory card into the system settings. If this does not really, you can contact the author by writing a text in which you say custom firmware on your PSP.
Remember that you can download the latest version by clicking here JoySens (news + download).