It has been about 2 months now since PPSSPP had their last release and November 1st marked the one year anniversary of PPSSPP. ”While nothing is perfect, there have been plenty of improvements since the last release, and thanks to all of the contributors!” Here are a few thing that have been fixed with the release of 0.9.5
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The DS4 controller is out already, and a a lot of people have picked one up. So did you just buy a DS4 controller for the upcoming PS4 release and would like to use it on your PS3, PC or Android device for right now.
Well I did a quick connectivity test to see which ones the ds4 controller would work with today.
So, made quite an ironic discovery, the mono team, responsible for making the .NET framework available on most devices and for bringing out its potential with things like Mono.Simd (hardware accelerated vector math) and Monogame, an open source port of the now abandoned XNA Framework has recently announced that they will also be bringing the framework to the PlayStation 4, the ironic part is that the .NET Framework is the most requested feature for the Xbox One and there are no details about whether it will be ported and considering that the .NET Framework is Microsoft’s baby and PlayStation is their direct competitor, it’s just sad (for Microsoft)
So far, this is only for PS4 developers so unlike PSM, the PS4 port will have access to the full power of the platform.
Android, playing PSP games with the PPSSPP emulator. I’m going to jump right into it, you will either need a dual core or quad core processor in your phone. I would recommend that it is rooted and use CPU master app to make your device run at top speed to get the best results from the PSP emulator (PPSSPP) on your Android device.
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Do you use minutes on your phone and data on your tablet? Are you always worried about going over your minutes or want to use your tablet as a phone. Well I have the app for you it’s called Groove IP.
So what is Groove IP?
After months of development and nightly builds, version 9 of the CyanogenMod custom Android ROM becomes finally stable.
The CyanogenMod is a replacement for the original Android system, completely open source, and with a lot of extra features; it supports over 60 devices (only official ports, there are also unofficial versions for other devices) and has over 2 million users.
Version 9 is based on Android 4.0 (a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) and Linux Kernel 3.0 (altough you can install another kernel version, or even build your own, isn’t open source awesome?); development started in late 2011, and just today (9 August 2012) the stable version was released.