November 5th, 2009, 00:45 Posted By: wraggster
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PSPKVM is a Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) CLDC/MIDP Emulator for the Sony PSP.
PSPKVM Test Builds
There are currently a few ´unofficial´ or test builds up, for testing various features.
(Note: 0.5.4 test releases are in .tgz format--or gzipped tarballs. Notes on handling these, if you´re new to them, are here.)
0.5.5 Test 2 (Uploaded Nov. 4, 2009)
This release adds file-based MP3 playback capability to the JSR 135 Multimedia API, meaning J2ME media players like GlassPlayer will be able to play local MP3 files, and games and other apps using MP3s for sound should work. The package is a ´bare eboot´ .zip, containing only the EBOOT.PBP (replace the one in our current 0.5.4 install or a previous 0.5.5 test build with it to add this feature). The download is here.
* Initial MP3 (JSR 135 Multimedia API) implementation added. This is a MediaEngine (hardware-based) implementation--very fast, and easy on your processor. It is for file-based playback only as of this release (no streaming from the net as yet), and has the following known limitations: there are no shuttle controls or volume control, metadata reading is not yet supported, and backgrounded playback, while functional, will break your network connection.
* Added a ´mark all contents´ command to AMS folders
For more information and downloads, click here!
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