Free PSP Themes

Posted on January 19, 2008

I know everybody loves free stuff. =)
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People asks me where do i get those oh so goddamn cool themes for my psp, and jus tell them i downloaded it from the net, then the next question comes as where and what sites and then hw to put them on their Psps…

So i searched the net and found a compilation of cool PSP themes just for you.

You can download it here.

If your gonna ask what firmware should you use for these theme to work, the answer is this’ll work with original firmware as well as m33 firmwares (custom firmwares).

If you wanna know what to do to use these themes. It’s pretty simple. First of all, you download and extract the files and paste the theme folder inside your PSP folder in your memory stick. Then you gotta get the themes under the settings of your psp and choose the themes you want.

And that’s it.

If you got any questions, just leave a comment and I’ll get back to you.

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Square Enix has finally given Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII a European release date of “spring”.

For those unsure, this is the action RPG that caused PSP sales to multiply six times over in Japan last September.

Set before the renowned Final Fantasy VII, you play as Zack who works for SOLDIER, a military group run by an electric company busy at work on building a metropolis.

The game begins when you, Angeal and Sephiroth are sent to investigate the whereabouts of some missing SOLDIER members. Complications ensue.

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Crisis Core was among the first games announced for PSP, and its lengthy development means gorgeous visuals and cutscenes to put others to shame.

But its big selling point, the real-time and fast-paced battle system, is yet to be proven. Perhaps we needed more time with it, but when we saw it last May it felt fiddly and unconvincing.

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Could be wrong though – Japanese magazine Famitsu gave it a score of 35/40.

Stay tuned.. =)

PSP with Internal camera and Speakers!

Posted on January 18, 2008

Warning!

 It’s a mod, meaning you got to have some tech skills that include soldering, a lot of patience and extra cash if you bust you psp.

Anyway, this is still a very cool mod i found on the web, from the guys at acidmods.com

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If your interested you can check it out and read all about it here.

You should always be updated on software releases on you PSP to get the most out of it. 
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 Always check the Official Playstation site to see if there are new updates for your PSP system.

You should =) check this site from time to time to see if there are new PSP updates, as well as the Official site for new Firmware updates.

And check Dark_Alex’s site for the lastest custom firmware/software updates for your PSP.
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PSP Internet Radio

Posted on January 18, 2008

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Choose from thousands of commercial free radio stations using Internet Radio on your PSP®. Connect to a wireless hot spot and start browsing through the many genres and music stations that are available. Share your favorite station with friends using the PSP® speakers or keep it to yourself with headphones. Who knew expanding your music library could be so easy?

Notes:

  • You must download firmware update 3.80 to your PSP-1000 or PSP-2000 system.
  • Ensure that you are in a Wi-Fi environment.
  • Click Here on how to enable it on you PSP

    Haha! this guy cracked me up when i watched tonight’s idol episode....

    I have a feeling this song will not go away for some time... =)

    Make Phone Calls with your PSP!

    Posted on January 17, 2008

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    According to various rumours, Sony will shortly announce (in a few regions of the world) some new software to allow you to make and receive phone calls with your PSP via wifi, which may or may not be based upon the popular Skype platform.

    That’s nice, but there are a few flaws:

    1. It’s not yet clear how much it will cost to obtain the software, to subscribe to the service, and to make calls
    2. It’s not likely to be available in all countries
    3. It’s rumoured to only run on the PSP Slim – what about all those loyal early-adopters? 🙁
    4. It will probably only support a limited subset of possible voice platforms – e.g. maybe just Skype, which is notoriously bad at interoperating with other networks.

     and from the underground scene:

    Noobz has released  own PSP Phone software – and here it is, codenamed “Furikup” (it’s a geeky protocol-based joke, don’t worry about it). 

    Here are some of Furikup’s best features:

    1. It’s free software – in both the beer, and speech senses.
    2. You can use it anywhere in the world, subject to signing-up to a suitable local SIP-based voice-over-IP provider and being near a usable wifi access point.  In many countries, you can find those for free or nearly-free – e.g. with SIPGate, in the UK, you can call to your PSP from any standard phone (landline or cellphone) for just the standard local call cost, and from PSP to another SIP phone (another PSP or a PC) for free.
    3. It runs on both slim and fat PSPs. 
    4. It uses open standards, for maximum compatibility with other phone systems.
    5. You can use a Go!Cam (Chotto Shot), Talkman microphone, or SOCOM-style headset for audio input.  (And even if you don’t have any of those, you can still send audio from a WAV file in a pinch).

    It’s still pretty much beta software – the audio quality needs some work (but it is usable), the UI isn’t very pretty, and video calls aren’t working (yet!).  But it works, and it’s a nice demo of what is possible.

    Since this is open source homebrew software, there are endless possibilities as to what inventive minds could do with this engine.  We’d like to see a much nicer GUI (we suck at UIs!), and maybe a custom firmware plugin to use the engine as a teamspeak-style add-on feature for online games.  Go on, go crazy and show us what you can do with it – you have our blessing!

    Furikup is still in its beta stage so there will still be some bugs and updates along the way..

    You can download it on NOOBZ site here.

    PSP Custom Firmware 3.80 m33-4

    Posted on January 17, 2008

    Talk about quick updates. Dark_Alex has just released the 3.80 m33-4  update for the psp the sameday he released 3.80 m33-3. Anyway thanks to DAX for his support for the PSP underground scene in making PSP’s a little more user friendly.

    Here’s something from the readme file:

     Quick bugfix for M33-3.

    – galaxy.prx was changed to a new version that is giving problems with slow memory sticks.
      Reverted back to previous versions. This didn’t only affect decrypted isos running in NP9660 mode.

    Check out their site and download the update here.

    PSP Custom Firmware 3.80 m33-3

    Posted on January 17, 2008

    This just got in today, DAX has released a quick fix for his m33-2 release, you need to already have 3.80 m33-2 to be able to update this …er… update..

    Here’s something from the readme file:

    Changes:

    – Fixed a bug in access to flash by usb.

    – HEN core: kernel prx’s with syscall exports work again.

    – PSP Slim: programmers can set the size of user memory to 52 MB by using a sfo flag.
    Check sample in sdk for usage.

    – March33 NO-UMD driver:
    * Fixed a bug that could hang the psp when exiting with home.
    * Fixed compatibility issue with Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles, and maybe more games.

    – Vshmenu: it wasn’t displaying properly with psp slim TV-OUT due to the change of resolution.
    Fixed.

    you can download the update here

    PSP CustomFirmware 3.80 m33-2 is out!

    Posted on January 16, 2008

    Dark_Alex and the M33 crew have released an update to 3.80 M33-2.

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     If your wondering what this update is about, this does  fix a POPS bug and a wlan issue.

     Here’s something from the readme file:

    This update fixes a couple of issues.

    – Function scePowerGetClockFrequency/scePowerGetClockFrequencyInt was not resolved properly due to a
      confussion between the two nids applying to the same function. Fixed, this update is necessary
      for plugins and kernel homebrew reporting psp cpu speed.

    – PSX EBOOT.PBP that have a icon of 80×80 pixels will not be replaced by Dracula icon in savedata.

    Check out the site to download the update here

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