It's been almost a year since we last heard from MK2k's Sleep'n'Wake homebrewed application for the PSP. If you haven't heard of it yet, Sleep'n'Wake is just the application that you need if you need something other than a straightforward alarm clock program to wake you up.
This program actually helps in lulling you to sleep by playing your music of choice at low volume, and wake you up by playing another playlist at full volume at a predetermined time. Yes, it's better than your standard alarm clock in more ways than one, and we're glad that MK2k finally decided to release a version of Sleep'n'Wake that is compatible with CFWs 3.xx and 4.xx.
Here's the direct quote from the homebrew developer concerning the update:
The current version 1.99b adds compatibility to Custom Firmware 3.xx and 4.xx by utilizing Mr305's OpenAlarmLib as well as fixes a bug in snooze mode for AM/PM time users.
Aside from the updated CFW compatibility and the above-mentioned bugfix, there's no other new additions to this already-useful application.
Installation procedures are noted in the accompanying readme file, which users should go over first before using of updating Sleep'n'Wake. The readme file is available in both Deutsch and English.
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Sleep'n'Wake It is nice to wake up and smell the coffee in the morning, espcially when you were awaken by nifty PlayStation Portable (PSP) homebrew application Sleep'n'Wake