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    psp webapp.prx v1.0

    News/release from pspflashsystem:

    Hi everyone,
    Here is my new prx "webapp" which is in version 1.0.
    Without further ado here is the readme:

    Quote:
    * Webapp.prx version 1.0 by pspflashsystem *
    * *
    * Visit my site: *
    * * Http://pspflashsystem.olympe-network.com/

    * * 14/03/2008
    Principe

    WEBAPP.prx allows you to start the Internet browser at any time in the xmb or during a game
    (Beware, however, if you leave the browser for the PSP game will return to xmb!)
    A combination of keys that you can modify in the file located in pspflashsystem.dat "ms0: / SEPLUGINS / pspflashsystem / pspflashsystem.dat" ...
    In addition, you can also start an application with either a combination of keys that you must specify the path and change the startup keys in the file
    Pspflashsystem.dat located in "ms0: / SEPLUGINS / pspflashsystem / pspflashsystem.dat" ...

    Note: * The default keys to start the browser are: L + R
    * The default keys to start the application are: R + VOLEDOWN (= volume down)
    * If you do not want to use a turn key "ANY"
    * Everything is detailed in the configuration file pspflashsystem.dat

    Installation Manual :*

    # Connect your PSP to your computer via USB,

    # Post your PSP into USB mode with the option USB connection,

    # Right click on the file you downloaded,

    # Choose to Extract the files ... (WinRAR is to be installed)

    # Select destination as the letter assigned to your Memory Stick in the My Computer

    # Press OK and wait extraction files

    # Add to files VSH.TXT, GAME.TXT, POPS.TXT and GAME150.TXT who are in the directory SEPLUGINS your Memory Stick, the following line:

    * Ms0: / SEPLUGINS / webapp.prx


    # Leave the USB mode and switch off your PSP (press and hold the power button)

    # Restart your PSP maintaining the R Trigger right to enter the Recovery Menu,

    # Choose the option plugins

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [VSH] by pressing X,

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [GAME] by pressing X

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [POPS] by pressing X,

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [GAME150] by pressing X,

    # Return to XMB using the Back and Exit options.

    Automatic installation :

    # Connect your PSP to your computer via USB,

    # Post your PSP into USB mode with the option USB connection,

    # Right click on the file you downloaded,

    # Choose to Extract the files ... (WinRAR is to be installed)

    # Select destination as the letter assigned to your Memory Stick in the My Computer

    # Press OK and wait extraction files

    # Go to the menu Thursday> Memory Stick to launch "webapp prx easy installer"

    Note: * When osk please change XXX with the name of your homebrew kit, but you can also modify pous
    The other cases targets ...
    * Then it's simple: you just have to read and follow the instructions ...


    # Leave the USB mode and switch off your PSP (press and hold the power button)

    # Restart your PSP maintaining the R Trigger right to enter the Recovery Menu,

    # Choose the option plugins

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [VSH] by pressing X,

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [GAME] by pressing X

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [POPS] by pressing X,

    # Enable ( "[Enabled]") webapp.prx [GAME150] by pressing X,

    # Return to XMB using the Back and Exit options.

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    so basically, once the browser is executed, it's going to return you to the XMB when you close it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sterist View Post
    so basically, once the browser is executed, it's going to return you to the XMB when you close it?
    i also want a answer to that.
    if it yes, its not worth much....

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