PSP Filer 4.0

by Mike Bendel October 27, 2007 @ 10:52 pm

Homebrew developer Mediumgauge has released an update to PSP Filer, a versatile file management application for the PSP that allows users to easily edit, copy, delete, and move files on the memory stick and flash memory.

New to this release is a CPU speed change option, bug fixes, and a UMD ripping feature.

version 4.0: MD5 = E93695B4 BE991FA3 47FC252F 7DE1A9E8

– added a feature to modify CPU speed.
(Though UMD ripping feature always runs in 333MHz.)
– fixed a bug some kind of mp3 files that had LAME tags could not be played.
– added a feature to access ISO archive file.
(Those are read-only, and cannot be marked and sorted)

Additionally, Mediumgauge has provided a beta version of the latest release compiled for the 3.0 kernel, meaning it will work under custom firmware 3.71 M33 without the 1.5 kernel patch installed. Those who have a PSP Slim might want to wait until it is confirmed working, as the author himself notes that the beta release has not been tested on a Slim unit.

Download PSP Filer 4.0 Beta for Custom Firmware / PSP Filer 4.0 for Firmware 1.5

PSP Filer Version 4.0

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