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Article: PPSSPP v0.7: PSP emulator--Adds I-OS Support
Article: PPSSPP v0.7: PSP emulator--Adds I-OS Support –
Given the news about DynaRec, I see a bright future for PSP games on the PS3.
Yea it will take alot of work. but a dynarec enabled CFW is there and we have a PSP emu that is portable to port.
They should try to adopt libretro.. That would be the best to port it elsewhere IMO.
It would be incredible if the community came up with a solution for playing PSP games that is superior to what Cobra offers.
So I should try this on my Galaxy S2! Excuse my ignorance on the subject but does it run on native Android or custom firmware? Speaking of custom firmware on Android, anyone know what I should flash my Galaxy with and the advantages of it. (I never thought about it until now.) Thanks
for sparking my interest.
PS: How do I buy PSP games to run on my Galaxy S2? (I don't have a PSP)
PPS: I know I should read but I'm hunting news to write, so at least this will spark some discussion.
How great would having this software be if they actually LOCALIZED any good games from Japan, really it's just torturous and a tease. Good Job though, some of these half-@$$ fan translations are kinda fun
Thanks for the updates much appreciated!
Also Megaman Powered up is playable fine on Windows 7. (I am not interesting in Windows 8 at all.. Wait for Windows 9.) Great job, team. The gfx is almost perfect!
PPSSPP does not require custom firmware (more commonly referred to as customs ROM's in the android world).
Originally Posted by Tranced
Also there is no way to purchase PSP games on android, the only legal way to get games to play on this emulator is to dump the game yourself using a hacked psp with a game you have purchased for it. But it will of course accept any .iso or .cso file you give it so so most people use the less legal alternative to get the games on android, as long as you have legally purchased the game earlier I don't really feel there are any moral issues with doing that though.
It should also be noted though that the emulator is still pretty young and it's compatibility is certainly not anywhere near perfect yet, an impressive amount of games runs well on it considering how young it is but you will still find that a lot of games are either completely unplayable or just buggy enough not to be fun to play.
Also if you are interested in getting into Android hacking then I'd recommend that you head over to http://www.xda-developers.com/ they are pretty much the defacto website for people interested in android hacking, and they have forums for pretty much all of popular android phones that usually are filled with people that posts helpful guides and custom roms that you can try out.