It was really quite funny when homebrew coder ADePSP came up with the first version of his PSP Installer. He was like, "I know this is just a simple app so don't flame with me!" Well kiddo, as they say, great things start from small beginnings. And with this updated version, you are sure looking good.
Yep, you read right! He dropped by our own forums today and released PSP Installer v2. Before we get into the changes, we know we have a lot of new readers nowadays. So for their benefit, this application allows for a much simpler copying of files and folders onto the handheld. You can do this simply by putting the files in the MS_ROOT folder and use the Install.exe to distribute them.
With all that jazz out of the way now, here are the few changes implemented to the 2nd version:
* Now creates stand alone executables for distribution
* Front end allows easy selection of the folder path, picture and readme
* Preview available on front end
* Zip compression on all compiled files
* Progress bar added when installing
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