There is nothing in the world that makes a gamer smile in the morning than waking up with his favorite handhed beside him. Apparently, a lot of people feel that way so MEXICANSNAKE has rolled out an update on his PSPirate's alarm clock.
We recently covered a previous version of this homebrew and were very impressed by the different functionalities the alarm clock offered. If this is the first time you're going to be using this program, the installation readme, instructions and release notes are included in the download. It's a simple drag and drop method, just go over the readme to find out more about it.
If you're updating your older version of PSPirate's alarm clock, here are some of the changes:
* Some bugs corrected
* AM PM modes
* Louder alarm
* Power saving by declocking +20% battery saving in alarm mode
* Time displaying corrected
* Button errors corrected
* Autopoweroff prevention
* Take screenshots
* New sounds
* Alarm errors corrected
* USB mode corrected
* Night mode for the game
* New animations
* And more features...
So download it through our link above and try it out. Once again, please make sure to read the instructions on how to install it whether or not you've used a previous version. Keep checking back here for the latest homebrew for your PSP.
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