Cheat Device v0.5a for PSP

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That?s correct folks, Edison Carter unleashes yet another release of his Cheat Device for GTA: Liberty City Stories, to version 0.5. This gamesave cheat is also currently being looked at to allow the running of most all homebrew code for PSPs with firmwares 2.01, and 2.50.

This just seems to good to be true, but in this version you can now change your CPU speed between 222MHz and 333MHz, as well as view your battery level, voltage and temperature (although not available in firmware 2.60.)

He has included a video recorder, to capture your mayhem into an animated .gif file at 8 frames per second, but he notes that he is not sure which cpu MHz setting this works better for. Be sure to press Down+X to stop your video recording before taking the memory card out. The generated .gif file is also uncompressed, and to compress it simply open it into any kind of animated .gif editor and save.

He has also added a Heavy Motorcycle, allowing you to speed through town smashing everything out of your way, turning while power jumping, and a cool flame effect when crashing into walls if you do not turn on ?Your Car is Indestructible.?

To install, download the correct region-coded gamesave and copy the folder into /PSP/SAVEDATA.

UPDATE: Edison Carter has now released version 0.5a, which includes an FPS (frames per second) meter added to the coordinates display.

You can get it for US GTA:LCS from our QuickJump Download site [here].
You can get it for UK GTA:LCS from our QuickJump Download site [here].
[Thanks, Braden]

CheatDevice02289374

That?s correct folks, Edison Carter unleashes yet another release of his Cheat Device for GTA: Liberty City Stories, to version 0.5. This gamesave cheat is also currently being looked at to allow the running of most all homebrew code for PSPs with firmwares 2.01, and 2.50.

This just seems to good to be true, but in this version you can now change your CPU speed between 222MHz and 333MHz, as well as view your battery level, voltage and temperature (although not available in firmware 2.60.)

He has included a video recorder, to capture your mayhem into an animated .gif file at 8 frames per second, but he notes that he is not sure which cpu MHz setting this works better for. Be sure to press Down+X to stop your video recording before taking the memory card out. The generated .gif file is also uncompressed, and to compress it simply open it into any kind of animated .gif editor and save.

He has also added a Heavy Motorcycle, allowing you to speed through town smashing everything out of your way, turning while power jumping, and a cool flame effect when crashing into walls if you do not turn on ?Your Car is Indestructible.?

To install, download the correct region-coded gamesave and copy the folder into /PSP/SAVEDATA.

UPDATE: Edison Carter has now released version 0.5a, which includes an FPS (frames per second) meter added to the coordinates display.

You can get it for US GTA:LCS from our QuickJump Download site [here].
You can get it for UK GTA:LCS from our QuickJump Download site [here].
[Thanks, Braden]

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