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    Default Go! Clock For Fatties Plugin Released


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    Homebrew coder DeViAnTe has released Go! Clock For Fatties Plugin for PSP.
    This plugin allows PSP 1000, 2000, and any PSP 3000 running cfw to use the cool looking PSP Go! clock.

    USAGE:

    - Activate like any other plugin
    - In xmb, press L+R+SQUARE to bring up the clock
    - Press O return to XMB



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    Cool clock, thanks for sharing!


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    nice...but it would be great if it had the calendar feature.....i've been looking forward on a homebrew that comes with a calendar and also write stuffs on the calendar like reminders, b-days stuffs like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfnuka View Post
    nice...but it would be great if it had the calendar feature
    When the author posted it, he said he would be adding new features soon.
    So hopefully he adds the calender

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfnuka View Post
    nice...but it would be great if it had the calendar feature.....i've been looking forward on a homebrew that comes with a calendar and also write stuffs on the calendar like reminders, b-days stuffs like that
    I totally agree. That would be awesome. I don't see much of a point to have another clock on the XMB or anywhere else, unless it could do more than just tell the time.



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    I think this is full of lulz. I mean... a secondary clock for your PSP?
    Why not use the original one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyko View Post
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    I think this is full of lulz. I mean... a secondary clock for your PSP?
    Why not use the original one?
    I think it's more about complete domination.
    We now have a feature SONY tried to keep from us

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    Once this plugin features an Alarm clock, Calendar (how Mr. Wolf described) and the ability to change the clocks color, then this will be one of my favorite plugins. We have homebrew and plugins for just about everything. So dev's have to be creative when making new apps.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Shizzy View Post
    I think it's more about complete domination.
    We now have a feature SONY tried to keep from us
    Lol... mind fudge, I suppose.
    Quote Originally Posted by Enigma View Post
    Once this plugin features an Alarm clock, Calendar (how Mr. Wolf described) and the ability to change the clocks color, then this will be one of my favorite plugins. We have homebrew and plugins for just about everything. So dev's have to be creative when making new apps.
    Ah. Well, I retract my previous point about this being pointless.
    I might actually use it, as my alarm clock has this horrible beeping noise and my iPod got such a weak speaker that even a custom tune (original alarm clock) wont wake me up. (obv maximum volume)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyko View Post
    I might actually use it, as my alarm clock has this horrible beeping noise and my iPod got such a weak speaker that even a custom tune (original alarm clock) wont wake me up. (obv maximum volume)
    Haha, I totally understand. In High school I had to ride the bus every morning, so I attatched PC speakers to my DS and had it at full volume. It almost gave me a heart attack the next morning xD.




 
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