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CyanogenMod Menu/GUI for PSP

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14th June 2014, 06:50 PM   |  #1  
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Purpose:

This software is to be used a replacement for the PSP's XMB. However it's still in the works, and not stable enough for daily use. It is inspired by Android's famous custom rom, CyanogenMod. Take note, this does NOT allow you to run any android software on a PSP and it never will. The psp doesn't have the hardware capabilities to do that. The purpose of this software is to allow you to do the anything a PSP can do, with a different UI and additional features like a built in file manager and text editor. Think of it has a launcher (seen on androids) but for PSP, with additional features. It's purpose is similar to that of iR Shell. I have not added in any auto-boot functions as yet since the software is not yet stable. The app still has quite a lot to do, and I could use some help with developers if interested. The progress of what's working, and what isn't can be checked here


Current Version: v2.3
Current Stage: Beta




What's Working?
Code:
- Cursor (analog buttons)

- Home Menu

- Touch tones, when pressing the cross button on an app/widget.

- App drawer highlighting effect.

- Menu buttons Highlighting effects.

- Battery functions. (Displays the battery percentage, by using icons.)

- App Drawer

- Recovery Menu (Merged) - Can be launched from the power menu.

- Lockscreen

- Notification Slider

- Navbar functions, for returning home or back to the previous menu.

- Revamped Power menu. (Allows access to exit to XMB, and launch recovery)

- Added more lock screen functions.

- Added Multitasking (W.I.P)

- Added digital time.

- Added USB Toggle in Settings->about, and recovery menu.

- Revamped Settings menu, making it much similar to Cyanogenmod's.

- Added screenshots feature. Use R + X to take a screenshot.

- Integrated RemoteJoyLite. Pressing select in Settings->about, powers it on and off.

- Added the following options in recovery menu: [] Usb toggle [] Shutdown Device [] Standby

- Apollo music player

- App drawer pane navigation

- Quick toggles

- File Manager

- Internet Browser - NetFront default PSP browser

- OTA Updates - Settings>About>CyanoPSP Updates (WiFi only obviously)

- Gallery App

- Gmail app - uses the browser and loads up the mobile version of gmail for now.

What's not working?

- Anything that isn't on the working lost.


Change-log from Beta 2.3
Code:
Features:

- Added Gmail app - only opens the mobile version of gmail.com on the internet for now. 
- Added zoom function (using the analog - up/down) when viewing images. (Still needs more work)


Fixes:

- Fixed battery bar and time being showed in the RAM menu while using quick settings.
- Fixed graphical glitch encountered when pressing the home button or circle/back button when returning to home screen.
- Fixed a bunch of memory leaks.
- Fixed freezing issue in multi-tasking menu.


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8th November 2014, 05:33 PM   |  #2  
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Thought I'd update this page to share my work inspired by android custom roms
Before you start yelling at me, please read the first paragraph. This isn't a port, and it isn't based on Android source at all. Think of it as an android launcher but uses the PSP SDK's code. It will not and never allow you to run android apps.
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Video previewing the latest experimental build. http://joel16.github.io/

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Ok, this is pretty amazing. The default PSP UI is rather limited even with CFW. I played around a little in 2012 with writing PSP applications, but I can't even contemplate building a complete overhaul for the XMB. I have to replace my batteries for my PSPs this month, but once they come in I'll give this a try.
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Originally Posted by IgnitusBoyone

Ok, this is pretty amazing. The default PSP UI is rather limited even with CFW. I played around a little in 2012 with writing PSP applications, but I can't even contemplate building a complete overhaul for the XMB. I have to replace my batteries for my PSPs this month, but once they come in I'll give this a try.

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