by March 30, 2009 @ 5:29 pm
Homebrew developer Torch has released an update to Hold+, a custom firmware plugin for PSP engineered to save on battery life. It does this by performing a variety of tasks when activated, including downclocking the CPU speed to 60 MHz and switching off the LCD screen and backlight. Perfect for squeezing the most from your PSP battery when listening to music on the go.
Version 3.7 features an optimized code base and includes several bug fixes, all of which are outlined in the changelog after the break.
* Optimized Code.
* Proper fixed to prevent any chance of accidental suspend when coming out of hold mode due to pushing switch too far.
* LEDs do not blink every 30 seconds anymore.
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