PSP developer Jorge_97 is back and this time it's with PSP Explorer version 2.0.A If you are looking for a new shell then check it out.A There are some useful apps included in this release like a text and image editor, playlists and a lot more which are listed in the changelog below.A If you are looking for a Windows XP type of shell then check out this latest release of PSP Explorer.
"PSP Explorer Version 2
Applications included in this release:
NotepadCode (Text Editor).
PlutuX (Image Editor).
PSP Power Point (image editor that lets you create presentations combining images, text and sound).
WM (PSP Player Explorer).
PlayList (capable of playing automatically a list of songs).
MS File Transfer (Application that allows you to send information from one another by exchanging PSP Memory Sticks).
Full Browser with icons that can perform many tasks (copy, paste, rename, delete, properties, extract files).
Cam (Application that you can shoot with the Go! Cam and even put frames).
Calculates and equazione PSP (Two applications that solve simple operations and equations)
Agenda (To point contacts).
Calendar (Full Calendar with all years, months and days and function to enter appointments and tasks).
Internet functions (Translator, Dictionary, Wiki, updater).
Six games (Arkanoid, SuperSudoku, Space Invaders, BattleShip, Donkey Kong and Snake).
And much more."
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Revision 2251 of JPCSP, the ever-improving Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator for PC is now out folks.
Improved sceSasCore sounds: take the pause flag into account while mixing. This might improve the sound play and looping in some games.
Added draft module sceCcc
A new build of the Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator is now up folks! JPCSP revision 2153 brings a whole new set of changes and improvements to the ever improving emulator.
version 0.6 r2153:
Added draft module sceP3da (no function implemented).
The JPCSP Team has updated their Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project for PC, bumping it up to revision 2263.
Deleted old files from r2261.
Updated ASM library to version 4.0 RC1 and LWJGL library to version 2.7.1
The JPCSP team has updated their Java-based PlayStation Portable emulator project to revision 2163, bringing a whole new set of fixes and improvements to the ever-improving emulator.
version 0.6 r2163:
Fixed change from r2159: I have currently found no way to remove only selected compiled classes from a class loader
DaedalusX64 r710 DaedalusX64 r710
Time for another DaedalusX64 refresh as the DaedalusX64 team released a new build of their ever-popular Nintendo 64 emulator for the homebrewed PSP, DaedalusX64
JPCSP JPCSP r2106 (32bit)
JPCSP is the most advanced PlayStation Portable emulator, allowing you to play your PSP games on a PC. Jpcsp has been started in July 2008 and is developed by a small but active team.
Even though JPCSP is written in Java, it can already reach 100% PSP speed on a lot of commercial games... and the emulator performance is constantly increasing
Artillery Shell 0.2 Blue2k from our forums has just released the updated version of his awesome shell, Artillery
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Date: 23 Apr 13
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