[Essentials] PSP Homebrew/Games

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Rydian, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. Janthran

    Janthran Solarian

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    homebrewStore is gone forever.
     


  2. iluvfuzz

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    So Netfront Beta 4 only works on certain CFWs?
    Thanks for the list!
     
  3. Rydian
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    Not as far as I know, though I haven't tried it in a long time since the PSP's browser is pretty crappy nowadays even with the change.
     
  4. d.d.d.

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    Any good tips for organizing games/emus/etc in the PSP game menu? Folders or something?
     
  5. VatoLoco

    VatoLoco Don't crush that dwarf, hand me the pliers.

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    i use the Categories Lite plugin. It allows you to keep all your stuff in folders and such.
    Homebrew Sorter GUI is a handy app made for sorting and arranging all your PSP files/folders.
     
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  6. d.d.d.

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    Thanks~ The built-in one on the PSP isn't really great so this should help. Thanks again!~
     
  7. TecXero

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    I wasn't entirely sure where to post these, figured this stickied thread, while old, would still be the best place for them. I mentioned IR Shell and M33-6 on another thread and realized the main hosts for those are probably long dead. Just in case someone cares or somewhat curious, here's links to them on FileTrip. I had them sitting on backups for a while. While they're not really that useful for playing PSP games now, IR Shell is still interesting to mess with and will run most modern PSP homebrew just fine:

    RainMotorsports and Klutsh's PSPgrader

    AhMan's IR Shell v5.0
     
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