i dont know about that device, but i know some of my mp5 players have a config file for each game. open that with a hex editor and fiddle around a bit, at some point youll know the button values and where which button is described. thats the way i did it on some handhelds :p
Quote from: SEA on October 09, 2013, 01:11:09 amUSERCONFIG.BINHmm I don't think I've ever seen this file, but I'll look for it.
KEY1 = 0x9500KEY2 = 0x776KEY3 = 0x5KEY4 = 0x0Arrow keys or analog stickPOWERKEY = 6 \ start GAMEKEY1 = 0x5a00 \ triangle \ (snes key fix) # 0x5b00 (gba key fix R+L)GAMEKEY2 = 0x68a6 \ circleGAMEKEY3 = 0x7 \ start \ xGAMEKEY4 = 0x0 \ SelectGAMEPOWERKEY = 0x9 \ start \ PowOffSARKEY = 0x2134SARGAMEKEY = 0x2134SARIN4 = 0x43GAMESARIN4 = 0xbc \ b-Lshift c-RsiftSARIN4LEVEL1 = 700SARIN4LEVEL2 = 550SARIN4LEVEL3 = 0