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Aerofly Professional Deluxe Usb Interface Crack


Aerofly Professional Deluxe USB Interface Crack: A Step-by-Step Guide




If you are looking for a way to crack the USB interface of Aerofly Professional Deluxe (APD), a popular flight simulator software, you have come to the right place. In this article, we will show you how to use a third-party emulator to bypass the copy protection of APD and use it with any USB controller that supports Windows joystick mode. This method is illegal and may violate the licensing agreement of APD, so use it at your own risk.


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What is Aerofly Professional Deluxe?




Aerofly Professional Deluxe is a flight simulator software developed by IPACS, a German company. It features realistic physics, graphics, and sound effects, as well as a variety of aircraft models and sceneries. APD is designed for RC enthusiasts who want to practice their flying skills on a computer. It supports various controllers, such as joysticks, gamepads, and RC transmitters, but only if they are connected through a dedicated USB interface cable that comes with the retail copy of APD. The USB interface cable provides the copy protection for the software and prevents it from being used with unauthorized controllers or copied CDs.


Why crack the USB interface of APD?




Some users may want to crack the USB interface of APD for various reasons. For example, they may have lost or damaged their original USB interface cable, or they may want to use a different controller that is not compatible with APD. Some users may also want to use a copied version of APD without purchasing a retail copy. However, cracking the USB interface of APD is not easy, as it requires some technical skills and tools. Moreover, cracking the USB interface of APD is illegal and may result in legal consequences or software malfunctions.


How to crack the USB interface of APD?




The basic idea of cracking the USB interface of APD is to use a third-party emulator that can mimic the behavior of the original USB interface cable and trick the software into thinking that it is connected to a legitimate controller. There are several emulators available on the internet, but one of the most popular ones is called PPJoy. PPJoy is a virtual joystick driver that can create up to 16 virtual joysticks on your computer and map them to any physical controller or keyboard input. PPJoy can also emulate the USB interface cable of APD by using a special configuration file that contains the necessary data for APD to recognize it as a valid device.


To crack the USB interface of APD using PPJoy, you will need the following items:



  • A computer running Windows XP or later.



  • A controller that supports Windows joystick mode, such as an E-sky USB controller, or an RC transmitter with a trainer port and a suitable adapter cable.



  • A copied version of APD 1.9.7.3 or later.



  • The PPJoy setup file and the configuration file for APD. You can download them from [here].




Once you have all the items ready, follow these steps to crack the USB interface of APD:



  • Install PPJoy on your computer by running the setup file and following the instructions. You may need to restart your computer after the installation.



  • Connect your controller to your computer and make sure it is recognized by Windows as a joystick device. You can check this by going to Control Panel > Game Controllers and seeing if your controller appears in the list.



  • Run PPJoyConfig.exe from the Start menu or from the PPJoy folder in Program Files. This is the configuration tool for PPJoy.



  • Select Parallel Port Joysticks from the left panel and click Add. A new window will pop up asking you to select a joystick type.



  • Select Virtual Joystick from the drop-down menu and click Next.



  • Select 8 Axes, 32 buttons from the drop-down menu and click Next.



  • Select None (Virtual Joystick) from the drop-down menu and click Next.



  • Click Finish to create a new virtual joystick.



  • Select Mapping from the left panel and click Add. A new window will pop up asking you to select a source and a destination for the mapping.



  • Select your controller from the Source drop-down menu and select Virtual joystick 1 from the Destination drop-down menu. Click OK to create a new mapping.



  • Select Virtual joystick 1 from the left panel and click Load. A new window will pop up asking you to select a configuration file.



  • Browse to the folder where you downloaded the configuration file for APD and select it. Click Open to load the configuration file.



  • Click Apply to save the changes and exit PPJoyConfig.



  • Run APD from your copied CD or folder. You should see a message saying that APD has detected a USB interface cable and asking you to calibrate your controller.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to calibrate your controller and enjoy APD with your cracked USB interface.




Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to crack the USB interface of APD using PPJoy, a third-party emulator. This method allows you to use any controller that supports Windows joystick mode with APD, without needing the original USB interface cable or a retail copy of APD. However, this method is illegal and may violate the licensing agreement of APD, so use it at your own risk. We do not condone or encourage piracy or hacking, and we are not responsible for any damages or consequences that may result from using this method. If you like APD and want to support its development, we recommend that you purchase a legitimate copy of APD from its official website or authorized dealers.


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