From homebrew dev Afrothunder comes NewSlide, a nifty plugin that allows PSP Go owners to customize the clock of their units, and then some!
NewSlide is a plugin that allows one to replace the slide function of his or her PSPgo unit. Upon closing the screen NewSlide will automatically start an EBOOT from the location ef0:/NEWSLIDE/EBOOT.PBP.
NewSlide ships with a default launch EBOOT that utilizes the PSP's web browser to show a custom clock. The web browser has a settings.ini file that allows the user to change some settings, such as the page that is loaded. This web browser will by default exit back to the XMB when the screen is opened, but this may be changed.
NewSlide has been tested on 6.20 but it should work on newer firmwares.
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