I have contacted Sony and asked if they have plans to create the software and if they dont if they could release the API/Software needed for the community to create their own solutions. I will keep you updated on their response.
I want bluetooth remote on my Galaxy S to be able to control the PS3 so I can program it step-wise to play GT5 B-Spec races all day/night to rack up credits. It just needs the odd button press now and again to go through the race.
A frivolous task for sure. But I'd pay for a macro programmable bluetooth remote for Android that could control the PS3. I'm sure there'd be other things I could do with it besides GT5.
I would imagine that now since the JB has been in the wild for sometime regarding the PS3 and about 2 weeks the master encryption key was hacked by a crypto guy and we can now install any version firmware, custom firmware, homebrew software, and any OS. I would imagine it would be pretty easy to write a web controlled interface for the PS3 and then use Android to control it via a simple HTTP or HTTPS connection ? Maybe I am mistaken but I think it would be quite possible if not pretty easy for a good developer. I am thinking something similar to Tivo Remote. SOrry if I am repeating or mispeaking.
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