If you have updated to 6.60 PRO-B9/PRO-B10 and haven’t seen an article anywhere about using RemoteJoyLite on your new CFW, that’s because it apparently hasn’t been made for it yet. However! With the files and instructions given to you in this tutorial, you can run RemoteJoyLite for your PSP running the aforementioned firmware.
Download these two files, and then we can get started –
Extract RemoteJoyLite, and keep all downloaded files in an organised easy to find place.
1. Run PSDisp.exe and run through all the steps. Turn off the autostart option during the installation, you don’t actually need the PSDisp program, only the drivers included. Whenever it prompts you that the drivers are unsigned/unsafe just install anyway, they are safe.
(if you are on Windows 7, you will need to disable driver signature reinforcement. Do this by rebooting your computer, and in the initial boot screen, press F8 and find the option “disable driver signature reinforcement”, and press enter. The method may vary between computers).
2. After running PSDisp.exe, plug your PSP in via USB, go to USB mode and once connected, on your computer navigate to the “SEPLUGINS” folder in your PSP’s memory stick. In there you need to open your VSH.txt, GAME.txt and GAME150.txt files (if you don’t have those text files then make them) and copy/paste this: ms0:/seplugins/RemoteJoyLite.prx 1 into each of them. If you have a PSP Go, then change the “ms0″ to “ef0″.
(For use with a POPS Loader, copy this into your POPS.txt file: ms0:/seplugins/RemoteJoyLite.prx 1 and then: flash0:/kd/usb.prx 1)
3. With the “SEPLUGINS” folder still open, find the RemoteJoyLite folder you downloaded and extracted earlier. Open that up, find the RemoteJoyite.prx file, and copy that into the “SEPLUGINS” folder.
4. With all the .txt files and plugin files copied and ready, disconnect your PSP and do a full reboot. Once the PSP has started up again, plug your USB in, and in the RemoteJoyLite folder you downloaded, run “RemoteJoyLite_en”. If all has gone well, congratulations, you should now see your PSP displaying on your computer screen.
If reading is not your thing, or hearing/watching someone go through the motions is easier for you, I have done a video tutorial right here: