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PSPdisp V0.6 Released. Connect Multple PSP’s.

February 15, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

PSPdisp, one of my favorite PSP apps, have just been updated to V0.6. If you haven’t heard of PSPdisp then its a application that is installed partially on your PC and partially on your PSP, it actually lets you use your PSP screen as a monitor by streaming the video to your PSP either through USB data cable or either through WiFi. The best part is that the buttons can be configured to imitate a mouse controls or even a game controller.


New features:
– settings can be saved in “presets”
– multiple instances of PSPdisp can be started to connect more than one PSP in WLAN mode
– support for Wake-On-Lan
– WLAN LED can be switched off

Bug fixes:
– not being able to restart USB mode on 6.20 TN-C
– backlight turning off completely in USB power save mode instead of dimming on new PSP models
– freezing when changing PC settings from the PSP while in USB mode with libusb
– fixed 12 hour clock display
– various other fixes

New features on the PSP:
– support for Half Byte Loader, but with these limitations
— only WLAN mode usable, no USB mode
— image streaming is about 30-50 % slower than on Custom Firmware
— audio sample rates other than 44 kHz not available on all firmwares
— screen brightness cannot be changed through the menu
— HOME button must be pressed twice for the menu to appear

New features on the PC:

– libusb driver updated to the latest version, it now works on 64 bit systems with active driver signature enforcement
HEN 6.35 PRO note:
Due to a bug in the HEN it is necessary to remove or rename the file “kernel.prx” in the PSPdisp folder. Otherwise you won’t be able to navigate the menu.

Developer: JJS.

Download: PSPdisp_v0.6_setup_all_platforms.exe

Source: JJS


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