darkshadow88 of Quinnsoft has released an updated version of his very handy PSP Schedule program, version 0.2. This program takes advantage of Arwin’s p-Sprint keyboard emulator and essentially transforms your PSP into a PDA (PSPDA?). Here’s what he he says about it:
“PSPSchedule allows you to have basic PDA capabilities by providing schedule and address book functions. This is also the first homebrew program to make use of Arwin van Arum's P-Sprint text entry system. To use the P-Sprint text entry system: At the top of the screen, you are given a list of letters and symbols. To select a group of letters, press D-Pad right, up, left, square, triangle, or circle, respectively. To select an individual letter from a group, the same pattern applies. To enter a space, press X. To backpace, press D-Pad down. To switch to numbers or symbols, press Select. Operating the program is pretty self-explanatory; a guide is provided at the bottom of the screen explaining each option.
-Address book now works
-Schedule item deletion bug fixed
-1.5 EBOOT no longer has corrupt icon
-1.0 EBOOT now included
-Folder can be renamed without breaking the program
-Schedule display now shows AM/PM if enabled
-Automatically determine whether DST should be enabled
-Allow scrolling (over 30 items in a day)
-Implement To-do list
-Allow the option to not use P-Sprint.
-Allow setting a schedule using AM/PM time format (if enabled in options)
You can get it in our PSP Download section [here].
You can discuss it in our forums [here].
Thanks for this program and the info darkshadow88 =)