There aren't really any PDA emulators for psp... I guess nobody that owns a psp cares enough about PDAs to make one. I have an idea for you though. Go to http://dl.qj.net/PSP-Windows-v2-PSP-.../405/catid/151
to download a windows emulator. It uses LUA player to load, as it is an LUA script. Here http://dl.qj.net/index.php?pg=19&src...o.x=16&go.y=21 is the page listing a few versions of LUA Player. Choose the one that is made for your firmware. There are many other types of Windows emulators like an html version for your internet browser. Here is an html windows emulator/portal http://www.winpsportal.com/ . These windows emulators are probably the closest you will get to a pda. They do, however, include games, address books, text editor/viewer, built-in (internet) browsers, as well as many other things that PDAs offer. If you need help installing or using these things or just need help with anything else send me an email at DanHorn92@msn.com and I will help you the best I can. Also, I will need to know exactly what firmware you are running. Thanks and happy homebrew!