AnonymousTipster, the homebrew developer that brought us the original Unzip/Unrar utility commonly-used as a plugin for Ahman's iR shell has released the source code for his wonderful application that alows homebrew gamers to download files onto their PSP using either the PSP's integrated Web browser on firmware 2.0+ or using the homebrew Links2 browser and unzip them ready for use on a PSP without the need for a PC! Here's what AnonymousTipster said:
"I meant to do this earlier, but nonetheless, here is the source code to my .zip and .rar extraction application I released a few months ago." This application is an asset to the homebrew community and now you can see just how he made this wonderous aplication which makes homebrew gaming on the go that little bit easier. Feel free to try and figure out a way to make it better if you can!
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