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    psp LightMP3 for PSP version 1.4.1

    Sakya has released a new version of his MP3 Player for the PSP, heres the details:

    This is a simple MP3 player for the PSP.
    With the display set to minumum brightness the battery should last at least 9 hours.
    With the display off the battery should last at least 11 hours.

    Changelog:
    -Added: in the file browser you can activate USB (press SELECT)
    -Fixed: display didn't turn on (if turned off with START) when playlist or directory finish.
    -Fixed: bug if you're using mp3s without ID3 (or only ID3v2). --> Error opening file
    -Fixed: shuffle. Now pressing L will go back to previous track

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    No'1 MP3 Player for PSP

    Many thanks.

    Every new version is pretty improved from previous one.

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    This is definitely a one of a kind homebrew. Thanks for making this better and better.

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    Thanks Sakya:thumbup:

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    In the readme it says "Can decode 128kbit MP3 at 70mhz CPU and 54mhz BUS". Does this mean that it plays 320kb/s mp3s as only 128kb/s?

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    Hi!
    Quote Originally Posted by burrito View Post
    In the readme it says "Can decode 128kbit MP3 at 70mhz CPU and 54mhz BUS". Does this mean that it plays 320kb/s mp3s as only 128kb/s?
    It can play 320kb/s (but only 44.100 hz).
    I tested it mostly with 128kb/s, but users reported it works fine with other bitarate (160, 192, 320) also with CPU at 70mhz.

    Ciaooo
    Sakya

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakya View Post
    Hi!

    It can play 320kb/s (but only 44.100 hz).
    I tested it mostly with 128kb/s, but users reported it works fine with other bitarate (160, 192, 320) also with CPU at 70mhz.

    Ciaooo
    Sakya
    Thanks for the reply. I tried it out, and think it is a very good app.

    When playing a mp3, it says Bitrate : 128 [192] kbit
    How is the number in the [ ] different from the number not in the [ ]?

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    Damn!!!!, a new release already.. Hahaha.. I just tried your application out, and it really kick the last version Butt!!!.. And you got the shuffle fix (It Works Great!!!!), thank you so much.. I now can bump the music playlist in my car, and let the song play whateva i want my ear to hear, instead of playing it ramdomly like the psp xmb.. Thanks Man.. You rock.. I won't be bothering you with this application for quite a long time..
    Is this the final release? or are you thinking about implementing something else in it??
    This is a very useful application man..... Thanks. Keep it up.
    Ps.. Playlist rocks in my car... HAHAHA

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    This is really cool mp3 application it increases sound of the psp than the original player well done sakya i hope you will have skins to make it look more cooler.

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    Yeah, skins would be nice.

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