Homebrew Store 2.5 released.

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Schlupi, May 12, 2011.

  1. Schlupi
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    So a developer has released what's called "Homebrew Store" for the PSP. This application allows you to download homebrew for your PSP, directly from your PSP in a iOS app store-esque interface. It's a convenient tool for those who are too noobish to know what they are doing, as well as a cool tool to get updated homebrew (EVERYTHING on here is signed, btw, this also works on official FW) without having to manage it through the computer manually.

    You can visit the sauce for more information.


    Discuss. I am trying this out on my Go right now, to see what's up. I am pretty sure everything is free (I would HATE this if they are charging for other people's work) and I wanna know what you guys think of it.

    Also, I wonder if there is any EXCLUSIVE homebrew on here. [​IMG]


    EDIT: Yeah, everything is free. it runs fast, smooth, and has quick downloads! I have to admit, it's pretty sweet. Although... I have most of these HB already. [​IMG]
     
  2. Nujui

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    So it's like a better version of the other app store?
     
  3. Schlupi
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    Yeah. lol. THIS one actually works. [​IMG]
     
  4. .Chris

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    Smexy store. And also yummy sauce.
     
  5. Schlupi
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    Yeah, psp-hacks (and the entire dashhacks network) is a pretty sweet resource. it's what I have ALWAYS used for PSP hacking info/downloads.

    Although nothing beats the original sauces from whence these things came. [​IMG]
     
  6. jurassicplayer

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    Right...I got this info from Wololo.net a couple days ago....
     
  7. Schlupi
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    Yeah. but it hasn't been posted here yet. I am not saying Dashhacks is the best, I even admitted to that. I check Wololo too and found this there but I have not had the time to post this until today (been busy) so... yeah. I don't think "this is old news" is valid when nobody here has posted it and "your sauce sucks" in invalid since both sauces have the same shit anyways.
     
  8. koimayeul

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    wow thanks you for the info im loving it!
     
  9. DSdonkey77

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    I have to try this right away! looks cool!
     
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    I can't connect to the site from my PC's or PSP. [​IMG]
     
  11. koimayeul

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    tried for you its down for me too probably under maintenance
     
  12. Arm73

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    Looks good.
    It's kind of limited though while displaying only 4- 5 items per page, when scrolling trough 36 pages looking for something....
    Not as nice as the Wii homebrew channel, but functional.
    Cheers.
     
  13. Rydian

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    I finally got the thing to respond today as well. Sort of an odd install procedure. I like it, it's let me know of a few new homebrews. I agree the interface could use some work, but it's better than others.

    It wasn't until I browsed the emulator section that I saw it only carries signed stuff (thus the ass-old version of the SNES emulator). This could be very useful to people on unhacked PSPs, as they'd be browsing only stuff they could actually use.