So after spending days trying to get the setup for NTR 3.4's remote play thingy working properly, I decided to make it a bit cleaner and easier to run just on a whim. The result is these bunch of scripts that make the entire process of running the PC programs automatic right down to command input. You will however need Autohotkey for that part. Here's a demonstration: The following is a rundown of what all the attached files do. NOTE: This assumes you need FakeProxy, and have it in the same folder as the folders for NTRViewer and NTRDebugger. It can be easily edited to work without FakeProxy, but I don't particularly feel like doing so myself right now. Warning: Spoilers inside! START.bat: The main launcher for the script set. You can make a shortcut to this wherever. Proxy.bat: Second in the chain. Launches FakeProxy, and temporarily dumps it's output to output.log Proxy.vbs: A VBS script used to hide the command window for Proxy.bat NTRViewer.bat: Contains custom window scaling settings for the NTR Viewer. You may need to edit this and replace the command with your own preferred settings. Consult the tutorial linked below for more info on that. NTRViewer.vbs: Ditto to Proxy.vbs Connect.ahk: Autohotkey script that launches NTRDebugger, inputs the commands automatically, then kills the process. You will need to edit this and replace the aforementioned commands with your own IP address and preferred settings. Consult the tutorial linked below for more info on that. ntrconfig.xml: The only file I rehosted from NTR itself. For some reason it wants to create it here instead of in the executable's folder, and will break the script chain if it's not found the first time. Cleanup.bat: Technically the third in the chain, but also the last. Tests for the activity of NTRViewer.exe. If not found, the script terminates itself and FakeProxy. Cleanup.vbs: Ditto to the last two VBS scripts. And before you say it, yes, I know my demonstration does not show the debugger closing on it's own. I only added that after I made the video, because it was only then that I realized it didn't need to be open for the viewer to remain functional. Aforementioned tutorial for setting this whole ordeal up: https://gbatemp.net/threads/tutoria...without-a-capture-card-ntr-cfw-method.423445/ If you have any further question on this, I suppose you know how to get a hold of me.