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    Default Why PSP is the most powerful homebrew machine

    PSP is DEFINATELY the most powerful and popular homebrew execution device on the market. Don't believe me? Check the points:

    • WiFi capabilities
    • Ease of coding with Lua
    • Well-known so many coders that know of it can create programs
    • Perfect control layout for homebrew games
    • IR Port (which Sony, unlike homebrewers, laughingly has not used yet)
    • No modding required (hard or soft)
    • Optional 4GB hard drive for all that stuff
    • Easy install guides are everywhere
    • The ability to play music, video, and graphic files not included with the firmware's built-in codec


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    send files to other psp under 2mb soon mybe more

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    Fairly easy file systems to hack.

    P.S. love the avatar, Virus.

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    Was this needed, seems a lot like spam to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mental2k
    Was this needed, seems a lot like spam to me.
    he is just waiting for someone who says that the GP2X is the better machine for homebrew (actually the PSP is no homebrew machine, but a commercial closed source system), so he can spam even more.

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    Im thinking of upgrading my 1.5 to 2.6. Because homebrew isnt really producing anything special for me, not enough to justify not having a web browser.

    When i bought one i was hoping homebrew could allow play of the some good old multiplayer games, full web, wireless msn + cam, skype, films, maybe some music, word/powerpoint/excel/pdf view and edit, TV/Sky remote, PS2/3 controller, send files to phones and other PSP's, easy simple online play (envy DS), access to multiple email, RSS is good and more that i cant remember.

    Though, there is some stuff that is very useful like PC remote control and PSP Radio. Some things are there, I guess i need to be patient. But Sony's actually doing a good job with their firmwares. who would have thought it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianCheese
    [insert drivel]
    Boy do you post some crap. Why not save time in the future and just do as above?

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