Mypsportal Flash Portal for 2.7+ and DevHook .45 users
They have been promising a flash portal for 2.7+ users, and now My PSP Portal delivers that promise. True, the Mypsportal Flash Portal for 2.7+ and DevHook .45 users may currently be just a beta version and there stilla re some features missing but as the My PSP Portal team said, it still "looks pretty sweet".
This beta release, labored over by the real mr bob and b00ndit, iss ure to create a fiery-looking PSP Web Browser with its red, black background. All graphics were created from scratch by the two minds behind the project - all except for the icons, that is. However, you can expect b00ndit-originals replacing these icons in future releases. Future releases will also include a fix in the music player's color plus more songs on a "first come first serve requests" basis...so if you want any songs making its way to future releases, amke sure to let your request be heard via the comments.
If you're new to having a flash portal on your PSP, a word from the real mr bob on installation: "To install the MPP.swf file on your PSP simply copy the MPP.swf into the root of your memory stick and copy the
MPP folder to the PSP > COMMON > FILE GOES HERE. Once you have copied over the files to your PSP launch devhook
and go the PSP web browser and type in file:/MPP.swf (2.7+ users can do the same thing)."
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