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    Default PSP Hardware Alarm Interface v1.3.359

    PSP Homebrew App - PSP Hardware Alarm Interface v1.3.359



    This is an Alarm application which utilizes the PSP's Hardware Capabilities of the Syscon Chip, setting an Alarm that will wake up the PSP from either Sleep Mode or Powered Off (standby) mode. It is compatible with ALL PSP's including Slim & Light. Comes with an Easy to Use and Intuitive GUI design.

    Main Features:
    + Runs on both 1.xx & 3.xx Kernels - Compatible with both PSP 2000(Slim & Light) & PSP 1000(Classic)
    + Sleep Mode Alarm with support for custom MP3 Audio file.
    + Power Off Mode Alarm that plays sound in XMB. (Plugin Required - Seperate Package)
    + Uses 12 Hour Time system (AM/PM), no more Confusing time conversions
    + Display's Hour's and Minutes remaining as the Alarm time is being set; updated in real time.
    + Alarm can be set up to 23 hours 59 minutes in future, Check for (Invalid - Readjust message).
    + Alarm Accurate to the Second.
    Features for Usability:
    + Shows Seconds & Milliseconds
    + Aligned Time Display (Constant Length) Everything remains in place :P
    + Checks to make sure if an alarm was already set last time, if so, sets the alarm to that time. (Applies to Power Off Mode Alarm) - Reads time from ms0:/seplugins/HAPoweroffSupport.305 if it exists
    How To Use:
    LTRIGGER - Time Display mode
    RTRIGGER - Alarm Set mode

    CIRCLE - Set alarm
    UP / DOWN - Change alarm time
    TRIANGLE - Slows down alarm time setting.
    SQUARE - Set current time +1 minutes.

    Start - Sleep Mode alarm (MP3)(if Alarm Set)
    Select - Poweroff Alarm (if Alarm Set)
    More notes included in the read me.

    I attached both Plugin and homebrew together in one file :up:
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    Last edited by Jazzer; 07-20-2008 at 01:41 PM. Reason: Layout

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    Brilliant. Now I don't need to buy a new alarm clock.

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    nice i like the interface

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    i'm trying to change the alarm sound, with music i convert my song to wave, rename it to 'Alarm' and put it instead of the original file, but no sound comes out when the alarm goes off. can you help???

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    i was looking for something like this thanks

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    thnks i dont need my alrm clock now

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    how loud is this?

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    i can finally get up on time im to lazy to set my alarm clock because its to complicated so this should make it easier

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    ill test this one, best for sleeping mode...
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    top used homebrew for me :P great homebrew, and Thanks


 

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