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#40883 by karkinissan
Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:09 am
Think of a homebrew/plugin idea.
Last edited by karkinissan on Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:17 pm, edited 2 times in total.
#40885 by kazary
Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:12 am
> Development of a browser, I know that the PSP can not really do much, but I know better than that Sony gives
> A program for PC / Mac to organize homebrew, games, which makes the database update( like RToolDS
#41130 by Toxicone
Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:24 pm
Is it possible to connect PSP to PC through WLAN and use keyboard and mouse in PSP games... It would be cool to play Medal of honor heroes or similar FPS games with keyboard and mouse...

Edit: I would like to see augmented reality tower defense where you can make your map by draving a line that creatures will folow and draw towers and stuff...Now that would be cool...

And i would like to see Stranded port for psp...

But i guess thats too hard to make untill 15.5.2011...
#41146 by m0skit0
Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:54 pm
karkinissan wrote:How about a homebrew app/plugin that allows your psp to act like a wireless router

Cannot be done. AFAIK PSP's wifi card does not support acting as AP.

kazary wrote:Development of a browser

Already been done. Search a bit.
#41696 by noname120
Wed Mar 02, 2011 5:58 pm
a hedgewar port (hedgewar is a worms like)

A plugin to connect to wlan and stay connecting if you leave the internet browser, stay connecting when you leave a game. So a plugin which replace the bad wlan menu of the psp to stay connected like on the iphone.

Third : a wlan debrider : the wlan of the psp is bad, we have to be near the box ! Maybe can we mawimize the power of the wlan adaptator !

4rd : A good browser (not netfront : it's the same as sony's browser with extra memory)! I've seen that there is firefox on nokia . The psp have a better processor : a port can be easy !
#41711 by Strangelove
Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:33 pm
It would be awesome to have PSPDisp ported to Linux. IIRC improvements to existing projects counts, and it would be funny to enter a PSP competition with pure Linux code. :D Or you could make an universal client by using the VNC protocol.

A development library to hook the PSP's filesystem calls to provide VFS functionality would also be cool. You could make "magic devices" that aren't currently available like network filesystems. Or stuff like block device access via files like unix. Imagine drawing graphics via fwrite. ;)
#41740 by EvilClown007
Wed Mar 02, 2011 7:57 pm
kazary wrote:
kazary wrote:Development of a browser

Netfront Internet Browser? To me still the browser of the Sony, but acess to extram ram of slim / bright / go models

I use Opera Mini 4. It works perfect and can do more then the dafault Sony internetbrowser.
it's java so you will need PSPKVM to run it.

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