PSGroove on Dingoo

Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by doyama, Sep 6, 2010.

  1. doyama
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    [​IMG] HOLY SHIT. That's awesome.

    Front page stuff here.
     
  3. SifJar

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    Actually its by KaKaRoTo. Try reading the links you post.
     
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    Waninkoko?
    Not Kakaroto. -_-?


    Well the list just keeps getting bigger and better. PSGroove has just been ported and released onto the Dingoo A320 by a well known developer named Waninkoko. For anyone who has no idea what the Dingoo is, it's a gaming handheld that supports music, video playback and has an open platform. Basically what that means is that anyone that would like to develop games for it can without the need to "jailbreak" it first.

    A quote from the dev:
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    "PSFreedom Dingoo" is a port of PSFreedom, created by KaKaRoTo, to the Dingoo A320 console (JZ4740 chipset). The zImage file included in the package allows you to boot a modified version of Dingux that makes the console to behave like the PSJailbreak device.
    For updates you can visit Waninkoko on his twitter at:

    http://twitter.com/hackinblack
     
  5. doyama
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    I suppose to be clear, the port of the PSFreedom to the Dingoo was done by Wakinono. The base code is based on Kararoto's original N900 PSFreedom.

    So yes, Wakinono's is a fork of Kakaroto's code. But the Dingoo port was created by Wakinono.
     
  6. SifJar

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    Ah. I guess it was a poor translation on Waninkoko's blog. The way its worded there appears to suggest that the Dingoo port is by KaRaRoTo. Sorry.