ZX- 81 Releases A TI-92 Calculator Emulator Port For PSP

ZX-81, the developer who created the popular HP48 emulator, has struck again with the release of his port of the TI-92 calculator emulator. This package, and the XTiger emulator it is based on, was released under GPL copyright (copyleft) and includes the source. However, to run this on a PSP you will need a ROM of the TI- 92 or TI- 92 plus. Currently, the program has only been tested on a PSP with 2.5 firmware, but ZX-81 is confident that it will work on others as well. He has included a version that has been formatted for use with 1.5 firmware PSP’s made using upspear v0.1.

Thanks goes out to Sub Zero for the heads up on this release!

Download: [PSPXTI v1.0]
ZX-81, the developer who created the popular HP48 emulator, has struck again with the release of his port of the TI-92 calculator emulator. This package, and the XTiger emulator it is based on, was released under GPL copyright (copyleft) and includes the source. However, to run this on a PSP you will need a ROM of the TI- 92 or TI- 92 plus. Currently, the program has only been tested on a PSP with 2.5 firmware, but ZX-81 is confident that it will work on others as well. He has included a version that has been formatted for use with 1.5 firmware PSP’s made using upspear v0.1.

Thanks goes out to Sub Zero for the heads up on this release!

Download: [PSPXTI v1.0]

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