Looking for an easy way to transfer some of the files on your PlayStation Portable to another PSP? Homebrew developer Minerva has come up with an app called PSP Wi-Fi Adhoc File Transfer that lets PSP users do just that.
This app is similiar to Luis Pestana's PSP WiFile Transfer app. Currently at version 0.5, PSP Wi-Fi Adhoc File Transfer supports one-to-one and, according to a web translation of the Japanese readme, up to one-to-six file transfers. It works on OE, M33 and Kernel3.xx-based custom firmwares.
Please note that in order to initiate file transfers, all PSPs used in the file transfer should be running the same version of PSP Wi-Fi Adhoc File Transfer. The developer also noted that there is still a danger of some files being intercepted by others, so don't use this app to transfer sensitive stuff.
Like we stated earlier, the readme file included in the archive is in Japanese. Those who can't read Japanese can check out a web-translated version of the readme file here.
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