FuSa Custom Firmware Plug-In Build 47 for PSP released!
Andy_maN has released an update to FuSa, a custom firmware plug-in that enables Slim owners to play PSP games on any television regardless of the input cable used - composite, component, S-video, or D-terminal.
Build 47 features configurable hotkeys, "SpeeDBooster" support for emulated PSone titles, and the ability to alter screen position. Additionally, a detailed readme file in PDF format has been included in this release.
Download: FuSa Custom Firmware Plug-In Build 47 for PSP
* New SpeeDBooster now compatible with all PSOne games
* New hotkey (DisableEnable plug-in)
* Configuration file
* Adjustable hotkeys
* Adjustable screen position
* No more "grab vram" option (use FuSa ScreenShot! instead of it)
* New docs (PDF)
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Thank you SOOOOOO MUCH; as I have as of yet failed to acquire an HD TV, this plugin is an absolute necessity!... now if I could just manage to remember were I put those composite cables that "end" in a headphone jack -- which reminds me! What do you call those cables anyway? Is there a specific term?, or are they simply called Composite Cables that "End" in a Headphone Jack? If someone knows, I would greatly appreciate you saving me the "Google-time" (copyright dm&BBLPUII - 2008).
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=> "Composite Cables that end in a Headphone Jack"(pending)
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