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    Blackbeard is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Hi guys I was wondering if I can run pda apps like streets and trips on my psp?


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    there is a pda emulator out there. i have it. google to look itup
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    you would think they would easily be converted seeing how low tech some PDA apps are..
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    Quote Originally Posted by replicat0r
    there is a pda emulator out there. i have it. google to look itup
    There was an application called PSPPDA, however, I guarantee you that it is most definitely not an emulator.

    Quote Originally Posted by Philips Tech Support
    you would think they would easily be converted seeing how low tech some PDA apps are..
    Rewritten, perhaps, but porting or "conversion" would require access to the source code.

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    well what I wanted to do was have an organizer like a dayplanner type of program for my PSP is this posible. and one more thing, where should the eboot.pbp file go is it supose to be in the same folder as the app?

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    If all you want is an organizer, I think homebrews are available for that.

    As for EBOOTs, they go in ms0:/PSP/GAME/NameOfHomebrew/

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    PSP PDA is definitely your best bet. Has the best text editor available for the PSP, and allows mp3 playback while doing other stuff like typing, calendar, calculator, filing contacts, etc.

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    an app to emulate a pda would suck on the psp cause it dosent have a touch scree

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    it´s not very practical w/o keyboards or touch screen, but psppda might just do the job.

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