A few weeks ago there was a guy who requested a alarm clock (yes, I know, it was a request...). Althrou it was a request I said that I would give it ago. But I never even started working on it, instead I made PSPAHI. But yesterday I decided to pic up the project again and it turned out that it was even easier to make one than I expected. It took me about an hour to finsish the program from scratch...
Info (from the readme):
Thanks goes to Kos who created the nice eboot images (the pics are only in the xmb, the acctuall program has no "real" GUI yet).Code:PSPAlarm v0.1 by SodR Plattform: PSP Coded in: C Version: 0.1 Icon Graphics by Kos (Thanks!) What is this? This is just a simple tool called PSPAlarm that have the same function as a regualar alarm clock. In other words; you select what time it'll ring and it will. The alarm sound is a ordinary .mp3 file so you can easily change it to your favorite sound/song. Functions: - Gets the time from the xmb clock - Refreshes the clock once a second - The user can use his/her own .mp3 file as the alarm signal ToDo: Currently there is no GUI but I plan to implent that in the next version Install: Just install it like any other program on your psp. Then copy the mp3 you want to use to the same directory as the eboot. If you don't know how to do that I recomend you check out my other program called PSPAHI 2.0. It's available at http:\\hem.bredband.net/kalsod. It'll help you install homebrew to your psp. Note: The mp3 you want to use must be named "wakeup.mp3" (without the "") and placed in the same folder as the eboot. Regards, SodR
Download it here!
EDIT: I forgot to tell you that this doesn't work with 12 hour time (it got to be 24 hour time). You can change this in the "Date and Time Settings" in the xmb.
EDIT2: It seems that a coulpe of you have problems using the app. So before you use this program for real make sure that you test it; set to ring in one minute and see if it does. If not, make sure that:
- You have named your mp3 to "wakeup.mp3" and nothing else (I don't even think "WAKEUP.mp3" works)
- You have properly installed the program and placed the wakeup.mp3 in the correct folder.
- Your mp3 have a bitrate of 128kbs or lower (yes, I have used libmad).
- That your clock in the xmb uses "24 hour time" and nothing else.
- If it still wont ring, try with another mp3 file.