i900frenchaddict wrote:I just got my new HTC Pyramid (aka Sensation) today.
Fpse runs great on it.
Only drawback: it's easy to quit Fpse because the onscreen right buttons are very close to the home button of the Pyramid
i900frenchaddict wrote:My previous one was the HD2, running Android of course ^^
As for the avaliable ram, I had more with my HD2 n(some 290MB), the sensation stock rom uses too much ram (some 200 free, not more!!!!), I'll have to kill some stock apps that can't be killed by Taskiller, if I can without being rooted for the moment.....
As for N64oid, Goldeneye is running extremely well, when it was unplayable on the HD2 (almost full speed indeed!)
And it manages 8mp pictures and 1080p videos soooooo smoothly!
CloudStrife86 wrote:Krislawl wrote:Is there an ETA for the next release? im getting a boner over the eboot support and cant wait
Hahaha! I know it's going to be good, but you need to calm yourself down mate (or get a girlfriend)!gatwon wrote:Excuse my ignorance, but what does eboot files? I use that program to convert images into. eboot?
I'm not sure what you're asking here. What are EBOOT files? They are compressed images (much like the product of PocketISO) that the PSP uses for playing PlayStation titles.
How do you make an EBOOT.pbp? Download a Popstation GUI, such as PSX2PSP, and load your image file from within that. Customise the file with custom images, etc. if you please (this is really only for using on the PSP), and compress it. The file sizes, generally, are smaller than those of PocketISO. There is also the added benefit of there only being a single file output by the program.
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