Soup it's ok to be enthusiastic, but you are borderline spamming things without regard to what we are trying to do.
The only reason I copied and pasted the contents of the *.conf file was because it was relevant to finding the hardware mappings of the machine. Please don't copy and paste an ENTIRE file content if it is not relevant to the immediate things to be done. Just getting one or two emulators to work is a haphazard solution, which is not a solution at all.
Also, just because some information has been found does not mean this machine automatically becomes a cheaper Bittboy. Take for example the RS-69, the first generation Bittboy clone. The Chinese for it out hoping it was similar enough to make people adapt NXHope to it. But they cut so many corners that developers just saw it and did not see it as worth it when the Bittboy was ready and just needed app porting.
The only reason I have some mild interest in this is because I have one, and have some coding knowledge which might be helpful. But that's it. Adapting firmware of any sort is not as easy as it sounds. And I have not only a job but other machines that can do this. Now, if we get it working, nice, but in the meantime, please refrain from just putting stuff just because you want, say, Scumm to work.
I'll look into the mappings later on, but if any of you wants to pitch in, those codes are keyboard number codes, so they should correspond to something.
When you mapped it in the PS1 emulator, you say you can remap the keys when you plug in the USB cable. But that could not be the start key, that doesn't bring the menu, that would be the menu key. At any rate, what values did it show when you mapped. Yes I know it said it was not numbers, but what values did it give for each key?