2011년 6월 12일 일요일

Notice

Sorry, but the blog is no longer managed!
For the links broken below, try the search engine, or email me at wwwmskim@gmail.com. I can send you the files!
Thank you!

2009년 8월 2일 일요일

Notice

For people visiting this website,

PSPHacks will not be edited anymore. But it will be still opened for public.
A new website will be opened at http://sites.google.com/site/wwwmskim/playstation/ and will opened for everyone in the web community.
Please visit this site for more refreshing look at improving and customizing your Playstation Portable.
There will be same article avaliable in the website.

Sorry for the inconvinience.
Thank you.
Owner of this site

2009년 3월 8일 일요일

Window 95 and 3.1 into your PSP

What is this?
This is a homebrew application which means unlike portals which are runned by Internet Explore offline, this is 'REAL!' What I mean is is that it is run on the PSP itself. So I a talking about a PSP Windows Series. Also, there will be no memory problem with portals had! For the best part,

Download:
All the downloads are required in order for the system to work.
or http://www.sendspace.com/file/47sbvx for the DOSBox Package,

Steps for DOSBox Package:
1. Download file from http://www.mediafire.com/?opcdnldmdw1 or http://www.sendspace.com/file/47sbvx.
2. Open archive with Zip/RAR utility, like WinRAR or WinZip. Note: The default Windows Zipper does not work with this file, only zip format. (Recommandable utility: Alzip)
3. Connect your PSP to your computer.
4. Go to the root of your Memory Stick.
5. Now go to the file you've downloaded above.
6. Drag the PSP folder to the root of your Memory Stick.
7. Wait for a while then it's done. But wait, it will not be fun unless you put the Windows IMG below.

Steps for Windows 3.1 IMG:
1. Download file from http://www.mediafire.com/?0ngjlexsty2 or http://www.sendspace.com/file/73lvx7.
2. Open archive with Zip/RAR utility, like WinRAR or WinZip. Note: The default Windows Zipper does not work with this file, only zip format.
3. Connect your PSP to your computer.
4. Go to PSP folder on your PSP.
5. Then go to GAME folder.
6. Then go to DOSBox folder.
7a.For default Windows Zipper: Right click on w31.img in the zip you opened, click copy, then go back to the DOSBox folder, paste it there.
7b.If your using zip utilities like WinRar, drag the w31.img in the zip file you're opened and in to the DOSBox folder.
8. Wait for a while then it's done.

Steps for Windows 95 IMG:
1. Download file from http://www.mediafire.com/?w9cj2dncoy1 orhttp://www.sendspace.com/file/nw3j6t.
2. Open archive with Zip/RAR utility, like WinRAR or WinZip. Note: The default Windows Zipper does not work with this file, only zip format.
3. Connect your PSP to your computer.
4. Go to PSP folder on your PSP.
5. Then go to GAME folder.
6. Then go to DOSBox folder.
7. Drag the w95.img in the rar file you're opened and in to the DOSBox folder.
8. Wait for a while then it's done.

video
*Video from Youtube about getting Window 95 on your PSP*
Basic Keys Instructions:
-Analog Stick: Move the mouse
-L Trigger: Left click
-R Trigger: Right click

Combo Keys Instructions:
-For typing, hold the Digital-left and press x to open the keyboard. Below, there is an image of a keyboard explaining all the keys there are in typing mode.
-If you want to boot Windows, press square two times in Window 3.1 and square then triangle for Window 95


Requirements:
-USB Cable
-Offical 1.50 flimware or custom filmware installed
-Memory Stick Pro/Duo
-300+ MB on your Memory Stick Pro/Duo
-0~650 MB on your computer depending how you put it into your PSP

Note that some software doesn't work:
-Window 98 was removed for legal reasons
-Window XP doesn't boot on DOSBox.

2009년 2월 22일 일요일

Mac OS Pocket Lepoard - Experience Mac on your psp

What is this???
This is a freeware portal developed by portal developers as an introduction of Mac on to your own psp! This is NOT a HOMEBREW! Which means it will not harm your psp!

Download:
This is the link for Mac OS X Leopord
For a different version, use this link
If you are not satisfyed, I will recommand this link since the features are more better!
If this does not work, you may request me (My email is wwwmskim@gmail.com)
I will probably email you between the week the mail was sent and delete it in a week after the date that the email was sent (I need to manage the memory storage of my email!)
Lastly, this is the the best X5 Portal if you have an wireless internet connection in your house!

Installation for the first version:

1.Connect PSP to PC using USB cord.
2.Unzip MACOSX.zip
3.Drag 'MACOSX' folder into PSP's COMMON section.
4.Unplug the USB cord and go to the Internet Browser on your PSP.
5.Type in PSP's browser : 'file:/PSP/COMMON/MACOSX/main.html' without the quote.
6.You should see the main page of MACOSX Portal.
Requirements:
-Filmware (either offical or custom filmware) higher than 2.50
-USB Cord
Troubleshoouting:
Q.The file doesn't open.
A.1.Check if address is typed right.
2.Check if your filmware is higher than 2.75
Q.Some applications doesn't work.
A.I cannot insure every application does work. I tryed some of them, but it somehow doen't work.
Installation for the second version:
1. Plug in your PSP into your computer using a USB-Cable.
2. Extract the folder in this ".zip"-file called "Mac OS X Leopard" to the COMMON folder in PSP folder in your memorystick.
3. Plug out you PSP from your computer, and go to "Internet Browser" on your PSP.
4. Type in this on your Internet Browser "file:/PSP/COMMON/Mac OS X Leopard/index.html".
5. Enjoy Mac OS X Leopard Portal on PSP!
Requirments
-Psp
-Filmware higher than 2.00+
Note that some applications don't work like the links in the bottom.

Installation for the third version:
1.Connect PSP to PC using USB cord.
2.Unzip macpocket.zip
3.Drag 'macpocket' folder into PSP's COMMON section.
4.Type in PSP's browser : 'file:/PSP/COMMON/macpocket/boot.swf' without the quotes.
5.You should now see the Beta version of Mac OS Pocket Leopard!
Requirements:
-Flash Player
-Filmware (either offical or custom filmware) higher than 2.75
Troubleshooting:
Q. I can't open the file!
A. 1.Check if you typed the file's address right.
2.Reconnect the PSP and check if you put the file in the right place.
3.Get your PSP Flash enabled. You can go to the settings in your web browser (so go to internet browser in your psp and press the 'triangle' and find settings. Then, go into 'View Settings' and go down to flash and change it to on. For PSP 1000, if you can't enable the flash with the instructions given above, go to the main XMB then to the 'Settings' and browse for 'System Settings' and find 'Enable Flash Player'. If you want to continue, you must agree the 'Terms of Use' and get on to an internet connection.
4.Check if your PSP's filmware's higher than 2.75
If you have more question, please post it on the 'comments corner.'

Installation for the fourth version:
1.Connect PSP to PC using USB cord.
2.Unzip X5Slim.zip
3.Drag the 'X5' folder into PSP's Common Folder.
4.Unplug the USB Cable.
5.Go to Internet Explore on your PSP's XMB and type 'file:/psp/common/x5/index.html' (without quotes.)
6.You should now see the X5 Leopard Portal!
Requirements:
-Filmware higher than 2.75 (ether offical or custom filmware)
-USB Cable
-3+MB
-Wireless Internet

2009년 2월 20일 금요일

Pspwxp - Windows XP on PSP















Pspwxp - Window XP on PSP


Download
http://www.download.com/PspWxp/3000-18508_4-10531428.html to download Pspwxp 1.02 (the oldest version)
http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=53779 to download Pspwxp 4.0 Encore Rebuild Beta 2
Manual for Pspwxp 1.02:
Installing pspWxp using the installer:
1. Download from http://pspwxp.co.nr/
2. Unzip to a folder on your hard drive
3. Plug in the PSP using the USB cable
4. Start install.exe and follow the instructions. It is important that you plug the psp in before running install.exe
5. Unplug the USB cable after it has finished copying
6. Go into the internet browser of the PSP
7. Type in the address "file:/pspWxp/index.htm" (without quotes)
8. Press enter
9. Press Triangle to hide the browser's toolbars (press triangle again to show it)
10. You should now be at the Windows XP desktop. If not, go to troubleshooting

Installing Pspwxp Manually:
1. Download from http://pspwxp.co.nr/
2. Unzip to a folder on your hard drive
3. Plug in the PSP using the USB cable
4. Copy the folder "pspWxp" (without quotes) directly onto the PSP's memory card.
5. Unplug the USB cable after it has finished copying
6. Go into the internet browser of the PSP
7. Type in the address "file:/pspWxp/index.htm" (without quotes)
8. Press enter
9. Press Triangle to hide the browser's toolbars (press triangle again to show it)
10. You should now be at the Windows XP desktop. If not, go to troubleshooting.
Troubleshooter:
Q. I get a message saying "The content connot be displayed"
A. First make sure you typed in the address right (file:/pspWxp/index.htm). If the error still occurs, you may not have put the files in the right place. Follow step one to try again. If that also fails, it's probably a bug. Post it on the forums and I should be able to fix it.
Q. I can't get to the desktop after the loading screen OR the text on the desktop and the start menu look squashed
A. The display mode must be set to normal. Change it by pressing triangle to bring up the toolbar and scroll to View and press X. Change the Display mode to Normal.
Version 1.02
-Minor bug fixes and new features
-Bug fixes
New features
-Does not show previous app/game on starting a new app/game
-Fixed music menu button- five card stud poker slightly changed and bug fixes
-PSPaint fix (thanks to chrisw92)
New apps:
-Coin flip (thanks to chrisw92)
-Dice roller (thanks to chrisw92)
- New feature
-Videos
-Fixed update bug
-Added 'about' to settings
-Added style.css to images folder. controls colors of some things in index.htm. This can be changed in themes.
Manual for Pspwxp 3.8

New features:
-Welcome center
-Option to change start menu
-Show clock option
-New loading screen
-Screensaver
-Media center
Instructions:
Download the file-extract the file-put the pspwxp folder in the root menu of your memory card-go to your psp internet browser and type this in "file:/pspwxp/index.htm"
Troubleshooting:
1.My psp says content canoot be displayed?
-Make sure you have flash enabled on your psp
-Must have psp 2.71 or higher
-Make sure you typed in the correct address on your psp
-Did you put the pspwxp folder in the root menu
2.Everything looks big on my psp screen?
-Press triangle, then go to tools, then view, text size normal, encoding auto select, display mode normal
Manual for Pspwxp 4.0 Encore Rebuild Beta 2
Instruction:
1. Download from http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=53779
2. Unzip to a folder on your hard drive
3. Plug in the PSP using the USB cable
4. Important: If you already have existing version of encore installed, you must Delete or Rename the existing version of the 'encore' folder in order for encore to work properly.
5. Copy the "encore" (without quotes) folder (in the zip) into the ROOTFOLDER of your PSP drive.
ROOT FOLDER - refers to the very topmost folder, the folder that contains the PSP and MP_ROOT folders. (Do not place the "pspwxp" folder inside of MP_ROOT, place it next to it and the PSP folder.)
6. After it has finished copying:If in Windows, you should safely remove the PSP by clicking on the icon (with the green arrow) on the system tray, and then click the appropriate item.
7. Unplug the USB cable
8. Go into the internet browser of the PSP.
9. On the PSP Browser, go to Tools - Delete Cache ... and clear you Cache.Then go to Tools - Settings - Cache and turn this to "Do Not Use"Then turn off your PSP, and restart it. This prevents memory errors.
10. After restarting your PSP, again go into the Internet Browser.Type in the address "file:/encore/index.htm" (without quotes)
11. Press enter
12. Press Triangle to hide the browser's toolbars (press triangle again to show it)
13. It should now load.
Troubleshooter:
Q. I get a message saying "The content connot be displayed"
A. First make sure you typed in the address right (file:/encore/index.htm). If the error still occurs, you may not have put the files in the right place. Follow step one to try again. If that also fails, it's probably a bug. Post it on the forums and I should be able to fix it.
Q. I can't get to the desktop after the loading screen OR the text on the desktop and the start menu look squashed
A. The display mode must be set to normal. Change it by pressing triangle to bring up the toolbar and scroll to View and press X. Change the Display mode to Normal.
Q. I do not here the welcome sound.
A. You must have flash on your PSP. This is included with firmware version 2.7 (or later) and must be enabled through system settings.Please make sure Key Tones in settings are switched on, it's the only way to here sound from flash
Q. The welcome sound seems garbled
A. Wait for encore to load, the loading screen will automatically disappear, do not use the cursor during this time, as it causes interference.
Q. I receive the error "Out of memory".
A. The PSP has run out of memory and the internet browser must be refreshedTo minimize this problem, turn the PSP Browser cache settings to "Do Not Use"

iPSP - iPod Touch on PSP


iPSP - iPhone on Your PSP

What is an iPSP?
iPSP is a web portal for the PlayStation Portable. What is a portal? In its simplest definition, it is a page on the web, or stored on a device, with links to other pages. iPSP is a portal designed to look and run like an Apple iPhone, and it contains several applications and games for your use.


System Requirement

PSP
  • Firmware 2.71 or higher
  • Flash enabled
  • ~5MB of free space on the memory stick
  • Set “Cache” to “Do Not Use”
  • If you encounter problems, try clearing your cache

PC

  • A USB cable
  • Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista or Mac OS 9, OS X

PC (Installer)
  • Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista

Installation

1. To install iPSP, simply extract the ZIP file on your computer, using your extraction software of choice (such as Windows XP’s built-in extractor, or the free program WinZip).
2. Plug in your PSP via USB, and enter USB mode from the PSP’s Settings menu.
3. If upgrading from an old version of iPSP, delete the “ipsp” folder from /PSP/COMMON.
4. Copy the “ipsp” folder to the /PSP/COMMON folder on your PSP. Make sure all files are copied before disconnecting your PSP.
5. IMPORTANT! If you want to use the iPod application, copy the psptunes folder into the root of your PSP memory stick (NEXT TO the PSP and MP_ROOT folders.)
6. If upgrading from an old version of iPSP, clear your cache by hitting Triangle > Tools > Delete Cache,
7. Disconnect your PSP, and navigate to the web browser in the Internet section. In the web browser’s address bar, type “file:/PSP/COMMON/ipsp/index.html” (without the quotes, of course) to navigate to iPSP.
8. You may now bookmark it or set it as your homepage.

Usage

Now that you have gotten iPSP installed, it's time to start using it!
You are most likely at the menu screen of iPSP. If you haven't figured it out yet, it would be a good idea to turn your PSP to it's vertical position.
Using the analog stick and the "X" button, you can navigate iPSP by hovering over and icon and then double-clicking.
Note: To prevent Out of Memory errors, it is advised to occasionally delete your cache while using iPSP.
Note: All games will open in a new browser tab.

Applications
  • Digg: The Digg application is an easy-route to get to the social-news website, Digg. It's a great site, and I recommend going to it on your PC as well, by going to http://digg.com/.
  • Photos: The Photos application displays up to ten photos that you choose, at 5-second intervals.
  • Calculator: The Calculator application is just that. A calculator.
  • Lock: The Lock application is more for eye candy. It's basically a manually-activated screensaver, and is great if you want to show off your sexy PSP's screen. Just try it. You'll think it looks cool too.
  • Weather: The Weather application provides easy access to your local weather. It requires a wireless internet connection. Simply input your zip code and, thanks to Weather Underground, your local weather is displayed.
  • iPod: The iPod application allows you to listen to music via PSPTunes. iPSP includes PSPTunes installation files if you don’t already have it installed.
  • Browser: The EXPEDITION browser is your link to the web, while using iPSP. It has multiple tabs, and all the things you would expect a browser to have. The icon that looks like a book is for your own links, which are read from the PSP’s favorites menu.
  • Games: The Games application is very simple, and is your access-way to the Flash games that come with iPSP. Simply choose a game to play it.
  • About: The About application gives you legal and creation info about iPSP, as well as your current iPSP version.
  • Messengers: The Messengers application is your gateway to the mobile messengers provided by eBuddy. They are: AIM, MSN, and Yahoo!
  • Mail: The Mail application is your gateway to the most popular mobile mail providers. The providers are:Yahoo Mail, GMAIL, AOL Mail, and Windows Live mail.
  • Vipr: The Vipr application is your gateway to the Vipr Online Media Service. At the time of iPSP's release, Vipr is still in production, so check back frequently for more updates on it's status.

Customization

You may add songs to the iPod application by editing the “playlist.xml” file in /psptunes. Please note that the psptunes folder should be in the root of your memory stick, NOT in the common folder.

Read on to learn about adding songs to PSPTunes.

  1. First off, the PSP's web browser has a habit of running out of memory - it is therefore suggestible that you compress your mp3 songs to a size of about 500KB. This can be done with mp3 compression software.
  2. You can copy these mp3 songs to anywhere on your PSP - the music folder under PSP is a good place.
  3. Open playlist.xml in notepad. It is located in the psptunes folder
  4. Add a new line above and enter the following:* src - for example: if your song was located in your PSP's music folder, you would type file:/PSP/Music/song.mp3* name - the song name - can include spaces* artist - the song artist - can include spaces
  5. Save and open PSPTunes from the iPSP menu.
    Download
    http://ipsp.fluidmarkup.com/#
    Download manual installation (other versions are quite hard to install.)

Let me show you what the other iPSP is like.

video