It is nice to wake up and smell the coffee in the morning, espcially when you were awaken by nifty PlayStation Portable (PSP) homebrew application Sleep'n'Wake. This doesn't need any further introduction as the program is pretty much straight up - it is a useful application that turns your handheld into a nice alarm clock.
It was developed by QJ.Net Forum member MK2k and the coder just improved Sleep'n'Wake to version 1.1. According to him, the demand for a better version was really overwhelming so he came up with an updated and enhanced release. The complete changelog is as follows:
* 50MHz underclock in SleepMode while no mp3 is played
* Big Digits Time Display in Sleep- and Wake Mode (see screenshot)
* Left and Right Shoulderbuttons now exit Wake Mode too
* An overflow with adding items to the playlist fixed
* Playlist enlargement to 99 max. entries
* Filebrowser now remembers last visited Directory
Take note that the installation instruction and other pertinent details are in the Readme file so don't forget to browse through that first. The first version of Sleep'n'Wake was comptible with firmwares 1.0, 1.5, and 3.xx OE. All other remaining firmwares are yet to be tested.
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