Luiz Pestana has informed us that he has just updated his FTP server program, WiFile Transfer. He admits that is just a small update to his program, but nonetheless still useful.
Luiz's program is actually based on ZX-81's PSPFTPD for fw1.5, except that with the WiFile Transfer, 3.0 OE users will now also be able to join in on the remote-file-transfer fun (sans the cables of course). So far there's only one known bug in WiFile Transfer: "Exiting without close FTP connections make homebrew freeze."
PSP WiFile Transfer Alpha PSP WiFile Transfer v1 Alpha allows you to access your memory stick from the internet and so anyone can download your things and no-one has to be near you and also allows your PSP to remote transfer files with a PC
PSP WiFile Transfer PSP WiFile Transfer
We don't know Brazilian but we do know cool. Needless to say, Luiz Pestana is way cool. He's currently working on a PSP WiFile Transfer, a new FTP server program that'll work on the latest custom firmwares. That being said, he let us know of its debut release, which brings us to this article on PSP WiFile Transfer v0.01
HostCore 1.2 HostCore 1.2
A module "bridges" your PC contents to PSP XMB
With HostCore enabled, you can access your files which locate at PC via USBHostFs/NetHostFs directly from XMB menu.
+add 5.00m33 support
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