So what's new in the latest update of deniska's Map This! GPS application for the PSP? Well, in v0.4.99 beta the build now features basic localization support (allowing you to read and write in your language of choice), basic sound, and some improvements in geo search logic, which should allow for a more relaxed search.
If you want to test out the program yourself, just download the file. Included with it is a russian language pack. The developer notes that in order for you to create your own language pack, all you have to do is edit the files in the russian_language_pack folder. Just make sure that your character set is defined in localization.txt.
As for installation, the developer notes the following:
make sure that you:
-install PSP-290 version in /PSP/GAME3XX folder (depending on your OE FW version)
-install Holux version in /PSP/GAME150 folder
You folders must have following structure:
EBOOT.PBP (get appropriate version)
usbacc.prx (psp-290 only)
usbgps.prx (psp-290 only)
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Homebrew developer Royale has released a new version of his PSP-Maps application, bumping it up to version 0.4. If you haven't heard of this app, it's a map reader for your PSP, patterned after Google Maps, yet without using the Google Maps API
We've had so many homebrew applications in the past that provide us with map programs for the Sony PlayStation Portable. If those didn't the trick for you, then may this next one from coder Royale will do.
The coder, known for his Chromium PSP port has ported Google Maps to the Sony handheld
Here is an attempt to bring Google Maps to the PSP with a simple interface.
This program is not using the Google Maps API (except for address search), it is retrieving the images directly
It appears that Royale's been keeping close tabs on user comments for the PSP-Maps homebrew. The developer has recently released the third build of this Google Map-style application, which introduces some handy new features that you should enjoy:
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is a homebrew application to bring Google Maps, Virtual Earth and Yahoo! Maps to the PSP with a simple interface.
This program is not using the Google Maps API (except for address search), it is retrieving the images directly using the wireless connection.
You can search for an address, add/load favorites, or just move around on the map
PSP-Maps 2.0 (source) PSP-Maps 2.0 (source)
Here is the changelog:
* added basic PSP-290 GPS support
* removed the spash screen
* cheat for sky/moon/mars has been moved to the menu
It's always better not to look like a tourist to avoid being taken advantage of. But toting a large map wherever you go will not fool anyone. With Google maps for your Sony PSP, homebrew developer Royale's PSP-Maps has definitely helped a few travellers along the way
If you're a constant globetrotter, or if you simply want to know more about the world around you, then homebrew developer Royale's little app, PSP-Maps, should be right up your alley. Pretty much a map-reader that retrieves satellite images directly from Google Maps, PSP-Maps is handy for all your map-reading needs on the go
MapThis! PSP Homebrew developer Art has released a modified version of Deniska's GPS navigation tool, MapThis! Art's modded version has three specific changes, including having the auto load option to always be active
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