Developer bravekn1gh dropped us a line earlier to announce the release of DIR-to-XML Tool v.1.0.1. This application will enable PlayStation Portable owners to convert their MP3 files into an RSS/XML feed.
What this basically means is that you'll be able to stream your personal tunes from your PC into your handheld system via WiFi. Barring wonky connections, this ensures that whatever space your music ate up can now be allocated to more important matters, such as videos, other handy homebrews, or even a new game or two.
Before you gets started with the conversion, bravekn1ght notes that you will need to have an HTTP File Server. Instructions on where you can get one are included in the file bundle's readme, along with details on how to configure both your PC and PSP. Enjoy the download!
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