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About xerpi

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  1. Some PS Plus would be great for my PS4 23
  2. My PC is a killer: Intel Core 2 Duo 4GB RAM NVIDIA GeForce 8400M GS 250GB HDD Ahh yes, it's an HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop from 2008
  3. Alright, so now that I've finished my pre-Christmas exams, I've continued this project. Now it's a library, so it should be easier to integrate with homebrews. I've also done the same with the dualshock3 controller: https://github.com/xerpi/libds3wiibt https://github.com/xerpi/libds4wiibt (the controller disconnection part is still a bit buggy)
  4. This isn't intended to be used with Ninjhax, It's actually used to get ARM11 SYS mode control (aka kernel mode) if you already have ARM9 code exec, this means you need a way to have ARM9 code exec first. So it's not useful for Ninjhax unless you get ARM9 code exec, and in order to do that you need to exploit the ARM9 firmware...
  5. This is just a programming library (for now), so this will only work with homebrews that use this library. I could patch the libogc to make use of it, and then an app recompilation would be enough to get DS4 fully working (on the app).
  6. I've spent a few days trying to get a connection between the Wii and a Dualshock 4. In order to get it working, I had to do some "reverse engineering" to the libogc's Bluetooth stack and I finally found what was happening: the Bluetooth protocol authentication part of the libogc's bluetooth stack was missing. I've already submitted a patch to the official libogc repository. Well, after getting the "authentication" working, I started implementing the specific DS4 bluetooth protocol (thanks to here and here). The Dualshock4 need to be paired through USB before establishing a Bluetooth connecti
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