PSPoste Beta 7: Email client for the PSP
October 13, 2008
It’s been a while since we heard of anything from PSPoste, but it looks like the wait was well worth it. Now on Beta 7, this email client for the PSP has several new features and bug fixes. Among the notable changes is the use of extra RAM for the PSP Slim. More details after the link.
It’s been a while since we heard of anything from PSPoste, but it looks like the wait was well worth it. Now on Beta 7, this email client for the PSP has several new features and bug fixes.
Among the notable changes is the use of extra RAM for the PSP Slim. Here’s the changelog, as enumerated by Ben Biron:
- Support more IR keyboards by using the pspirkeyb library, see PSPoste/Data/pspirkeyb/ for configuration of your keyboard.
- Better random number generation for TLS based connections, acknowledgements to Zx81 for his work on PSPSSH and Theodore Tso for the original RNG work.
- On first start, users will be prompted to press buttons randomly to generate the random seed file.
- Use the extra RAM of the PSP Slim.
- Fix a crash when opening the settings window when no network connections are defined.
- Fix another crash opening the settings window that would occur randomly.
- Fix a bug in the logging mechanism that meant errors and output weren’t properly being written out to the log files.
- Fix a problem connecting using a manually configured WPA connection.
- Make the cursor visible at all times while typing (as opposed to blinking throughout).
- Explicitly load the IrDA module so IR Keyboards work on firmwares > 3.03OE.
- Adjust heap and thread stack sizes.
- Fix some memory leaks and uninitialzed variables.
- Set the timezone to whatever the PSP has configured.
- FW15: Unzip PSPoste_Beta7_FW15.zip into your PSP/GAME (PSP/GAME150 for m33 users) directory. Existing settings, contacts and mail will be preserved.
- FW4x: Unzip PSPoste_Beta7_FW4x.zip into your PSP/GAME4XX directory.
- Upgrading from FW15 to FW4x: Rename your existing __SCE__PSPoste to PSPoste, move it to PSP/GAME4XX, then unzip PSPoste_Beta7_FW4x.zip into PSP/GAME4XX. You can delete %__SCE__PSPoste.
With respect to the request of the developers, the downloads can be found after the source link below.