Symbian OS | Pocket PC | Smartphone | Android | BlackBerry | Apple iPhone OS | Java | Mobile Gaming | Linux | Palm | Win CE | Tablet  
     

Free Mobile Software, Themes, Games, Apps for PDA and Smartphones

     
Search by Device
My Device

  
Search by Category
Business & Profession
Databases
Dictionary & Translator
Entertainment
Finance
Games
Healthcare & Medicine
Internet & Communications
Multimedia & Graphics
Organisation & Productivity
Programming & Development
Reading
Bible
Ebook Reader
Ebooks
Magazines & Comics
Science & Education
System Utilities
Themes & Wallpapers & Skins
Travel & Navigation
Search by Platform
Android
Apple iPhone OS
iPad
iPhone
iPod Touch
BlackBerry
Java
Linux
Maemo Nokia Internet Tablet
MeeGO
Sharp Zaurus
Mobile Gaming
Nintendo DS
Playstation 3
Playstation Portable
Wii
Xbox 360
Palm OS
Symbian OS
Series 60
Series 80
Series 90
UIQ
Tablet PC
Windows CE.NET
Windows Mobile Pocket PC
Windows Mobile Smartphone
     




 
 
AcidMag issue 4
Sponsored Links:




AcidMag issue 4
Version: 1.0

Platforms: PSP, Mobile Gaming


Categories: Reading

Upload date: 28 Dec 11

Developer:

License: Freeware

Downloads: 0
Download Free AcidMag issue 4 



Rating: 0.0/5 (Total votes: 0)



Sponsored Links:

 

AcidMag issue 4

Those who enjoy the idea of tinkering with their PSPs, but are too scared of doing it may enjoy this issue of AcidMod's AcidMag. In the fourth issue of AcidMag they feature a nifty application called the Virtual PSP Modder.

It basically allows you to virtually disassemble and reassemble a model of a PSP, including various modding tools and even colorful faceplates you can fit into the virtual PSP. It even details a step by step tutorial on how the different tools work.

According to the issue, the developers are working on the first expansion pack for the application, which includes additional features like new faceplates, buttons and more LED's for the PSP. You can probably learn a lot using this application on how you want to mod your own PSP without running the risk of permanently damaging it if you consider yourself a technological jinx.

You can follow the links on the issue for a download of the application itself. In the meantime, enjoy a good read with this issue of AcidMag.

 
Like it? Share with your friends!

If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
 
Similar Software:

PSPComicPSPComic
PSPComic QJ.Net Forum member Archaemic dropped by today and released a new version of pet homebrew application PSPComic. It was created, as always with the help of coder Kip. In a nut shell, this program allows users to read various magazines and comics on their PlayStation Portable (PSP). Take note that to be able to access your files, they should be on .CBZ and/or
PeP ViewerPeP Viewer
After a month of hiatus, Pensoffsky is back with the updated version of PeP Viewer, or Pens Enhanced Picture Viewer
MAXIM 2006 Swimsuit MagazineMAXIM 2006 Swimsuit Magazine
A new magazine has been released by PSPMagazines today, the MAXIM Swimsuit Special 2006
PSPComicPSPComic
PSPComic When Archaemic released the final build for No Bull Moose last week, the dev also promised that a new version of PSPComic be completed soon. That said, we're happy to report that Archaemic has made good on that promise, and that this comic reader's version 1.0 is now ready for download
LMV-Lua Magazine ViewerLMV-Lua Magazine Viewer
Tacticalpenguin has just released his latest homebrew application, which is the LMV-Lua Magazine Viewer
Digital Comics for CFW 5.XX demoDigital Comics for CFW 5.XX demo
Digital Comics for CFW 5.XX demo PSP dev Liquidzigong is at it again, this time releasing an early demo of his latest project, a Digital Comics for custom firmware 5.XX. But don't get too excited folks, the project is still on its early stage of development and can only play MP3s. Developer's note (translated): Digital comics can also 5.XX run the
PSPWeekly12PSPWeekly12
PSPWeekly is a magazine that recaps the week in reviews, previews, press releases, homebrew, and anything else PSP related
PSPComicPSPComic
PSPComic The Internet abounds with comics, manga, and even magazines that the PlayStation Portable (PSP) community digs. So with the addition of application PSPcomic to our homebrew arsenal, the problem now lies with finding the reading materials. But you know you guys are resourceful enough so that really isn't much of a problem
PSPComicPSPComic
PSPComic Despite it being over half a year since the last version of PSPComic, this is a MINOR version upgrade, and likely the last official version of PSPComic. However, if you feel like you can improve it, you can always release your own version due to the fact that it's released under the GPL
OneMangaPSPOneMangaPSP
OneMangaPSP fromA  ChaoticXSinZ: Heyo all! Sorry but I've been a bit busy. Couldn't do much work on friday as I was out with fam most of the day. Today I spent time on fixing up mp3 playback. It now works perfectly! Anywho, I'm not late as I said I might release on Friday/Saturday and it's Saturday 11:45 PM now (15 minutes to spare :P )
 

Comments on AcidMag issue 4:

Comments not found

Name:


Comment:


Enter text from image below:

Turn on images!

 
 

If you noted an error or download link is broken, please, report it via this page or use comments.
 

Please, select device to check if AcidMag issue 4 supports it
 
 
© Pantich 2009 - 2017 All rights reserved.