Posted By: wraggster
News/release from Torch
MyRadio is an alternate player for the PSP's Internet Radio Player introduced in firmware 3.80 and upwards. It allows you to access your PC media library from your PSP over the WiFi connection, either on your LAN, or even over the Internet!
It is installed under the 3.80 firmware's Internet Radio menu, and hence requires firmware 3.80 or later to work.
You can browse through your PC media library, and playback MP3 and AAC tracks. It even supports reading M3U playlists.
You can also play online streaming playlists (such as ShoutCast playlists), if you download the PLS file from ShoutCast and put it in your PC media library.
Press the START button to mute/unmute the audio.
Use the arrow buttons on the right to quickly scroll one page at a time.
Press the "G" button on top to launch a new page, so that you can browse while listening to music!
You need to have Apache up and running on your computer, along with ActivePerl.
Using other Perl distributions may cause you to have missing packages/modules.
Update 31st August 2008, v2.1:
You can now enter a URL when clicking on the G icon to open a new webpage.
A [Save] link is added after each song so that it can be downloaded to the PSP. Its useful when the path to the long is very long because the Radio control doesn't play URLs longer than 128 characters.
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