Posted By: wraggster
Bored of the plain ol’ XMB? Perhaps you desire refined or more control over organizing/managing that mess of data on your memory stick. For those who like to keep things organized in a clean and functional manner, you best check out MyPspMenu.
“MyPspMenu” is a shell stemming from the well-known and much respected developer, Cpasjuste. It’s also been submitted into our Homebrew Idol competition as entry #15.
MyPspMenu R1 features:
Organise your homebrews/games in 6 sections and launch them with a custom cpu speed: Games, Emulators, PSX, ISOs, Applications, UMD
Explore memory stick, umd, flash0, flash1, , nethost0, usbhost0, iso, cso.
Copy, paste & delete files/folders from/to memory stick, umd, flash0, flash1, iso, cso, etc… (flash0 in write mode so be careful).
View/preview images (gif, png, jpeg : 512*512 pixels max, 500Kb max).
Play a single mp3 (playlist to come with next version).
Show directory/files size.
Launch homebrews and iso/cso via wifi (nethost, can be bugged for now).
Launch iso/cso via usbhost in “oe” or “noumd” mode (with an umd inserted for noumd mode, no homebrew launching via usbhost for now).
View battery, free space, date, time information.
Select/save your PSP cpu speed
Select/save your USB state.
Select/save the default skin.
Quit menu: Reboot the PSP, Exit to XMB, Poweroff the PSP.
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