-MANIAC-'s LUA IDE source codes
First, the good news. PSP homebrew developer -MANIAC- has announced that he's releasing the source codes for his LUA IDE. The source code released is based on the application's April 8, 2007 release, which implies that it's for version 0.8.
Second, the bad news
This release includes a function that automatically activates the USB when you access the app, which should allow users to change their files directly. marlon_ibz estimates that this app will clear around 3MB of space, and is expected to flash the following files:
The BlackDev's Team composed of for this draft Spimort, Zer01ne, Darkside finally gives us a test version of their project 0x584d42 which is neither more nor less than a XMB alternative therefore in competition with the Sony XMB that has cares to do so
From BlackDevsTeam:The BlackDev's Team composed of for this draft Spimort, Zer01ne, Darkside finally gives us a test version of their project 0x584d42 which is neither more nor less than a XMB alternative therefore in competition with the Sony XMB that has cares to do so
1...100PSP, Mobile GamingVersion: 1.0 Upload date: 28 Aug 11 Tags: Games
Every so often, one needs to get those mental gears spinning. One good way to exercise your neurons is with a puzzle game, such as the one French homebrew developer bobthetouriste has designed for the Sony PSP Slim and Lite: 1..100 for custom firmware 3.71 M33.
1...100 is bobthetouriste's first homebrew puzzle game, and it is coded in the lua language
1.5 Custom Firmware - Media Edition
Gameshark has created the first "custom" firmware package that has all the abilities of a 1.50 PSP, but has the added media capabilities and codecs of 2.0+.
At the moment, you can only run this custom firmware using MPH's Firmware Launcher. Do not try to use this package as an actual upgrade