PSP developer MK2k has once again dropped by QJ's PSP Development Forums bearing the newest version of Sleep'n'Wake, now in version 1.99 MULTi 8.
In case you missed a couple of the previous releases, Sleep'n'Wake is a homebrew application that turns your PSP into an alarm clock. It has a nifty function where you can listen to music on low volume as you doze off and wake up with the alarm - volume maxed out. According to MK2k, version 1.99 MULTi 8's changes were inspired by "user requests, the help of different translators all over the world and Adrahil's AlarmLib". Here are the new features:
* The Wake Playlist will be looped infinitely
* Fade the Wake-Up Tracks in, set up a time interval for this
* Save your Battery's life, the PSP gets send into Suspend Mode after the last track in the Sleep List has been played, the PSP gets resumed one minute before the Wake Time
o this feature could only be possible with the help of Adrahil and his (yet not fully complete, but hey! who cares?) AlarmLib
+ NOTE: Activate this feature in the Customize Menu, it is deactivated by default
* Customize the Font Colours
* Multilanguage Support (EN_DE_FR_IT_NL_FI_PT_PT-BR)
* PowerLock feature, if enabled will prevent the user from switching the PSP to Suspend by hand with nudging the Power Switch upwards (this is good, because switching the PSP to Suspend by hand causes it to never get back without removal of the Batteries)
The dev noted a current problem: exiting Sleep'n'Wake currently turns off the PSP or reboots to XMB. Also, MK2k mentioned that "Adding tracks to a playlist is now looped, break the loop with the circle button". Bundled in with this release is VuULF - Fuul Serkle.mp3, beep.wake.mp3, and a very informative readme in English.
There you have it folks. Check out the readme file before anything else and remember that MK2k, if anything else, is a dev that takes the time to answer questions and everything else in the comments or in the forums so feel free to ask away.
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