Use Your PS3/PSP’s Remote Play on Games that Don’t Support It

September 10, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

A common misconception around the Internet is that games which don’t natively support remote play will run laggy and with noticeable bugs when forced to use the system – thankfully, it seems this is far from the truth, and those of you who wish to make use of the remote play functionality with any game can now do so!

It’s not even that hard to accomplish it, though you’ll have to do a bit of tweaking which may not be for everyone. First, you’ll need to copy the game’s files to your hard drive. Afterwards, install PS3 FTP, run it, and use it to connect to your console. Locate your hard drive folder and navigate to “games -> LAUN12345 -> GAMEZ -> YOUR GAME ID -> PS_GAME”

There’ll be a file called PARAM.SFO in that folder – copy it, though make sure you retain a backup just in case something goes wrong (always a good ounce of prevention in such operations anyway). Now, you’ll have to download SFO Editor, and use it to open the file and check the “enable remote play” checkbox. Now, copy the modified file back to the original folder, connect your PSP in remote play and have some fun! Only downside is that the PC’s remote play is still disabled, you’ll only be able to use your PSP.

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