califrag passed by our forums recently to announce that there is an update for warPSP^xmb Alpha, For those of you unfamiliar with the said plugin application, it basically serves as a wireless hotspot scanner for your PSP.
So what's new with the update? califrag informs that now, all access point names are displayed correctly. Alos, instead of displaying securit X (Protected) or O (unprotected), the access point is now red if protected and white if unprotected. califrag says that he got this idea from a suggestion made by Loonix.
Plans for the future of this application includes GPS integration, plans to an Auto-Connect feature, wherein the first unprotected access point with the highest signal strength will be automatically added to network configuration, and Data Logging.
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