It’s been 6 months since the last official release of CyanogenPSP v6.0 and developer Joel16 has made quite a few update to it. The last release was a little buggy on the PSVita with TN-V, Ark, or VHBL since then he has made it very stable and it doesn’t lock up like the first one on certain little things like screenshots, it also works great on the PSTV.
CyanogenPSP was made for the PSP but Joel16 tweaked it so it work better on the PSVita and I can say it works great on both devices now. I didn’t experience any issues with it on my PSP 2000 with CFW pro, but there are a few thing that still don’t work like the Calculator, recent menu, Adhoc messenger, certain file manager functions such as copy/cut and some recovery menu functions.
Changelog: CyanogenPSP v6.0
– Updated recovery design and tweaked some recovery menu settings.
– New icon pack customization. (Settings->Display->Themes->Icon Packs)
– App drawer icons can now be modified with icon packs.
– Fully customizable themes. (Settings->Display->Themes->Styles)
– Now uses the proper Android cursor icon.
– Minor RAM menu improvements
+ Renamed “Ram Management” to “Memory”, under Settings->Performance.
+ Includes a progress bar that shows how much RAM is available from the total.
+ Displays percentage of RAM used.
+ Displays percentage of RAM available.
– Added control.prx (kernel module). Allows you to access vol+, vol- and note buttons.
– Added impose.prx (kernel module). Allows you to access sceImpose functions.
– Added volume control. Can be accessed by pressing vol – or vol +.
– Updated display.prx – Moved impose functions to impose module.
– Added power management settings. (Settings->Performance->Battery Management)
+ Includes powersave, balanced and performance as its choices.
– Volume controls can now be accessed everywhere in the GUI except the recovery menu.
– CPU states are restored after MP3 playing.
– CPU states are now displayed correctly in Settings->Performance->Processor.
– Settings menu – no longer allows you to overclock/underclock your CPU when power save mode is on.
– Added Polish translation – Thank you pawelosro!
– Added German translation – Thank you Dimistoteles!
– Updated French translation – Thanks Mahmoudos!
– Added Dutch translation – Thank you Arikuzo!
– Updated German translation – Thank you Ciapa!
– Added Spanish translation – Thank you Randomdude0!
– Added Portuguese translation – Thank you Gustavo Fraga Pacheco!
– Added Brazilian Portuguese translation – Thank you Hargrun!
– Added language selection option under settings->display.
– Added Norwegian translation – Thank you Ridge!
– App Drawer: Now uses 6 columns instead of 7. This gets rid of a lot of overlapping issues.
– Added a new language selection screen during first boot.
– Cleaned up and revamped power menu.
– Uses bin files for file handling.
– Added Romanian translation – Thank you imhotep4!
– Added Italian translation – Thank you nerdvana89!
– Added progressive animation to volume and brightness slider.
– Added Russian and Ukrainian translation – Thank you Vasniktel and Raithwall!
– Now uses PSP_CTRL_NOTE (Note button) to take screenshots instead of R + Triangle.
– Recovery Menu now has a reboot to XMB option.
– Allow only images to be opened when changing wallpapers. This fixes issues when trying to load other files in the wallpaper section.
– App Drawer backdrop image can now be themed.
– Many of the highlighting assets in the settings menu can now be themed.
– Revamped font menu.
– Font sizes are now available. (Settings->Display->Themes->Fonts->Font Size)
– Color values used in animations and progress bars can now be themed.
– With the new theme manager function, many more assets can be themed.
– Revamped and realigned the battery charging status icon.
– Reorganized the whole navigation bar function. It now uses less resources and is also more theme friendly.
– Updated preincluded wallpapers to the most recent ones provided by CyanogenMod.
– Replaced USB debugging option (PSPLink) with an experimental features toggle. Allows you to access W.I.P apps such as calculator and messages.
– Repositioned toggles to make it more efficent for certain languages.
– CPU states cannot be changed while music is playing in the background.
– Added a dark skin toggle under developer options. (Similar to Android Marshmallow’s feature)
– Uses PSP’s native media engine rather than libmad:
+ This loads mp3’s faster and sounds better. There is also little to no laggs when music is playing in the background.
+ Memory management is better.
+ The play/pause button is now indicated properly.
+ Time elapsed now shows on the bottom right corner just above the play/pause button.
– Play/Pause button is now indicated properly when playing BGM, WAV, AT3 and MOD files.
There is alot more to the change log then what is posted here, you can check out the rest of this Working/Not Working list here.
Download: ttf2pgf converter (simply move the ttf font in the same folder as the makefonts.bat file is, and click on makefonts)