Whats some great homebrew APPS

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Mar 29, 2010

Whats some great homebrew APPS by zeromac at 2:11 AM (2,305 Views / 0 Likes) 21 replies

  1. zeromac
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    Well i've always been a big fan of homebrew apps on the NDS so i might as well give PSP homebrew APPS NOT games, a try.
    I already have PSPtube and thats pretty awesome, letting me watch videos and stuff on-the-fly.
    So what are some interesting homebrew apps with cool features, i heard there was a war-driving app, god knows what that is and there was one to supposedly crack WEP, which sounds dangerous to my PSP but whatever....
    What i already have
    1)PMPplayer (awesome media player)
    2) PSPtube (stream video from various sites)
    3) Irshell (i only use it for the cool IR remote)

    Any interesting homebrew apps with cool functionalities is what im looking for [​IMG]. And I'm not really much of a media buff so PMPplayer should do for movies and whatnot but if there are better ones out there, gimme a holla [​IMG]

    Any homebrew apps are good. I like practical stuff btw

    Plugins are also ok as long as they do something practical
     


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    Well, I can tell you right now that Aircrack PSP does NOT work. I tried it on several routers on several tests, but got nowhere fast. Anyways, PSPKVM is a really nice homebrew app... it's a Java emulator, so you can run Java apps on your PSP, such as Opera Mini for cell phones.
     
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    Is PSPKVM is a plugin? Whats the benefit for running java, wouldn't that only be for the built in internet browser?
     
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    SePlugins - Especially Music.prx (listen to music in game or xmb,browser etc.), Screenshot.prx (screenshot plugin), RemoteJoy.prx (play psp or homebrew on PC screen via usb) etc.

    Wifi Controller (Uses psp as PC controller wirelessly)

    Netfront High memory browser (much faster browsers, takes total advantage of psps ram)

    PSPdisp v 0.4 ( This is one the best homebrews - It uses psp to control pc and uses psp as second monitor - great for pc games)
     
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    No, it's a complete app. Other than the built-in browser, any cell phone app or game you could download can be run on your PSP... possibly real Java programs as well, but I could be wrong.
     
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    Be sure to check FuSa gamepad, it transforms your PSP into a Plug 'n' Play gamepad. It's very usefull to play old games like S/NES, Master System and Genesis ones.
     
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    I'll give Wifi-controller a shot but it looks i have to install some foreign drivers :s I hoped for it just to be a luanchable .exe file

    Can someone get me a link to the newest one? The one i have is like olllddd 0.44 apparently..
     
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    I don't have it, but with FuSa gamepad you don't need to install anything, it's plug 'n' play, and very good. You can find it's newest version on pspslimhacks.com.
     
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    Well i couldn't get wificontroller working :\

    Does FuSa gamepad control your PC or is it only for games?
     
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    My understanding is that it turns your psp into a joypad ,so it should work with anything that supports them. Or you could use joy2key or xpadder to then bind the psp keys to a keyboard key.
     
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    go tube may be better then psp tube . uh... and cwcheats.
     
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    Well FuSa gamepad was a bust, i don't like it, you can't turn the dam thing off, you have to actually shut down your PSP...

    And not cwcheats..thats not very...practical..

    Any other suggestions?
     
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    Sorry for the bump but i heard there was a Homebrew App that let you watch TV on your psp, is that true?
     
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    Note: I'm on 5.50 GEN-D3
    I'm posting every app that I use (and believe me, it took me hours and hours of testing and comparing to get the best of the best);

    music.prx
    popsloader.prx
    cxmb.prx
    CheatMaster.prx
    PSP CheatUp v0.50
    PSP Filer Ver.6.6

    Below is a list of what each of these do, in case you're wondering.
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Well they all seem pretty dull [​IMG]

    I want something as useful and fun as the IR remote in IR shell, as a example [​IMG]
     
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    Trust me, the lack of interesting PSP apps is mindblowing. I can count on one hand how many are actually useful/interesting for more than 10 minutes.
     
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    Definitely need PSP Filer, but I guess that's the only app I have now... I'll get some more cuza this thread I guess.
     
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    most homebrew apps go unfinished, there are few that really are interesting unless you want a specific job done, most are just enhanced versions of things the psp already does.
     
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    Edecrypt is the most usefull app. [​IMG]
     
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    I surprised no one said Game Categories, as I find that the most useful plugin. [​IMG]
     

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