Dashhacker has finally released a Windows version of his Open Remote Play app. Now Windows users can get in on the fun and access their PS3s using their laptops or phones.
Along with the release of the Windows beta, Dashhacker also released an updated version of the Mac OS X API. Both releases are now at version 1.1, which features game launching, video scaling up to 2x, full screen mode, and a lot of bugfixes.
The Mac OS X release seems to work fine, but PS3-Hacks reports that the Windows API seems to have some issues when running under Windows Vista. Windows 7 (64bit) can run it fine, but you may have to resize the ORP window to see all of the buttons.
Be sure to check the readme file included in the downloads below for the installation and usage instructions. You can also find more info at the Open Remote Play Google Code project page. Please note that you need a homebrew-enabled PSP for this to work.
Download: Open Remote Play v1.1 Beta (Mac OS X)
Download: Open Remote Play v1.1 Beta (Windows)
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