Trick to Personalize PSP

What makes your PSP (PlayStation Portable) looks more personal? Is it enough with using a different color case with silly sticker behind it? Actually, I’m a newbie with PSP (particularly with series 2000) – about a month ago I bought it to decrease my time playing games on my HTPC – but with a plug-in installed, we can mods PSP screen even more personal, and here’s below the way.

First of it, you need to download this file to your computer. Extract the zipped thing, and you’ll have 5 files from it. Plugged in the PSP (USB Mode), then copy those files into seplugins folder (create one if you don’t have on it). The example is just like picture below:

The plug-in itself called TimeBatteryPercent - at default - it will displayed battery percentage, day name, date & time also your name on the top right of the screen. To change the information, just open & edit TimeBatteryPercent_config.ini file with your favorite text editor. After doing changes on it, save and plugged-out the PSP. Try to play a game and exit. See the changes on your screen.

Now you have a favorable screen right on your PSP. Meanwhile, for anyone who desire to activate recovery mode – for advanced PSP2000 user -, on game sub menu, press triangle (option button) then press select button. In a second, here a recovery screen will show up.

Please be careful if you’re on recovery mode, make sure that you know what you want to do on this mode. Regarding to PSP plug-ins, here my recommended link contain tons of it you’d like to try (or share me any links you have on comments below). Or you can see my friend blogs reviewing on how to play Nintendo games in PSP at Have fun!

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  1. Blogger Adi Riswan said,

    Tuesday, December 14, 2010 1:52:00 AM

    weww.. thanx for the 'hot' link hehehe... appreciate that

    1. To play NES games on PSP, read this link

    2. The self-opened 'n95secret-on-new-tab' script made me crazy .. arrgh

  2. Anonymous Anonymous said,

    Tuesday, December 14, 2010 5:34:00 AM

    I'll think about removing it...

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