If one must be good, then two must be better. While that may not always be the case, it's certainly true for Lua System Sp2 - brainchild of homebrew developer SeanPaul223. A step up from the previous version, Lua System Sp2 sports a host of new features for you Sony PSP users out there.
Here is the list of changes that SeanPaul 223 has made to Lua System Sp2:
* Code optimised
* Bios Mode Added
* Graphinc application coded by HaxxMan
* New fonts for Displayed Texts
* Icons to restart of quit the Shell
* Now runs JPG, PNG, LUA, and PBP Files
* Extracts the archive contents into ms0:/ folder(the root of your Memory stick) ..Don't modify the path, or the shell will not work
SeanPaul223 also notes that Lua System Sp2 is compatible with both the Slim& Lite and fat versions of the Sony PSP (using homemister's LuaPlayerhm 6). As standard operating procedure with all applications for this type, we present you with a caveat: kindly exercise caution when downloading and installing the program on your portable.
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