Wednesday, February 16, 2011

JJS' PSPdisp v0.6 was just released. It is a nifty app that enables your homebrewed PSP to act as an extra monitor for your Windows PC. Now on version 0.6, the latest update has added some new features, more fixes and various other improvements.


    * New features:
          o settings can be saved in "presets"
          o multiple instances of PSPdisp can be started to connect more than one PSP in WLAN mode
          o support for Wake-On-Lan
          o WLAN LED can be switched off
    * Bug fixes:
          o not being able to restart USB mode on 6.20 TN-C
          o backlight turning off completely in USB power save mode instead of dimming on new PSP models
          o freezing when changing PC settings from the PSP while in USB mode with libusb
          o fixed 12 hour clock display
          o various other fixes

System Requirements:

You need a Custom Firmware, Homebrew Enabler or Half Byte Loader to run PSPdisp. It should be compatible with any version from at least 3.40 OE on. If you are looking for a Custom Firmware to convert your PSP to, you might want either 5.50 GEN D3 or 5.00 M33-6. If your PSP 2000/3000 got 5.03 official firmware, get ChickHEN. For firmware 6.20 or lower you can use TN HEN 6.20.

HEN 6.35 PRO note:
Due to a bug in the HEN it is necessary to remove or rename the file "kernel.prx" in the PSPdisp folder. Otherwise you won't be able to navigate the menu.

Half Byte Loader note:
PSPdisp is not compatible with Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee, Everybody's Golf or Minna No Golf due to lack of network support.

In general the installer must be run with administrator privileges. The necessary drivers cannot be installed as a standard user.
Your CPU should be at least a Pentium 4 or Athlon 64 class processor. A multicore processor is recommended.

PSPdispv0.6 (7.54 MB)
Source: qj


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