by January 25, 2009 @ 1:51 pm
Homebrew developer AhMan has issued an update to iR Shell, a multi-purpose shell replacement for PSP.
Primarily focused on expanding the application’s already robust feature set, this release introduces support for running PlayStation Network titles within the confines of iR Shell. Additionally, when iR Shell is active, users can now disable MagicGate protection for speeding up access times on non-MG capable Memory Sticks. For the complete changelog, look past the break.
* Support Playstation Network downloable games & demos.
* Interlaced TV support has been added for PSP slim. Games & homebrews launched via iR Shell will inherit the iR Shell TV mode. Most games will run at full speed with default CPU clock.
* For slim PSP TV out, added an option to control the audio output to PSP speaker. This will be useful for docking station with TV out & charging capabilities.
* Added an option to disable Memory Stick MagicGate support. This is meant to be used for PhotoFast microSD to MSPD adapter, or other similar non-MagicGate MS. By disabling the MagicGate support, you will no longer experience the annoying pause in XMB, such as turning on the PSP, switching off USB mode from XMB, quiting game/homebrew back to XMB, entering XMB video directory, etc.
* Added connection timeout support for nethostfs.
* For IR learning remote, added the ability to abort the learning process without waiting for timeout.
* Support user provided font files.
* Plus various bug fixes.
iR Shell 4.9 Released [iR Shell]
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