Hacking the PSP: Cool Hacks, Mods, and Customizations for the Sony Playstation Portable

Hacking the PSP: Cool Hacks, Mods, and Customizations for the Sony Playstation Portable

by Rahimzaheh
     
 
Get ready to make the most of Sony's awesome entertainment device, and hacker's dream - the PSP.

Hacking the PSP covers everything you need to know to:

  • Transfer video and DVDs to your PSP
  • Transfer audiobooks and text
  • Hack the games you play every day (including using the PSP as an XBox game save device)
  • Move your TiVo and ReplayTV shows to your

Overview

Get ready to make the most of Sony's awesome entertainment device, and hacker's dream - the PSP.

Hacking the PSP covers everything you need to know to:

  • Transfer video and DVDs to your PSP
  • Transfer audiobooks and text
  • Hack the games you play every day (including using the PSP as an XBox game save device)
  • Move your TiVo and ReplayTV shows to your PSP
  • Convert your DVDs to run on your PSP
  • Create your own quick-charge battery packs
  • Learn how to program the PSP
  • Repair your PSP
  • Create your own hacks and run homebrew software
  • Find all the online and offline resources you need
  • And much more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471778875
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/11/2006
Series:
ExtremeTech Series, #31
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.15(h) x 0.65(d)

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Meet the Author

Auri Rahimzadeh has been tinkering with computers ever since he was six years old and loves all technology. Auri collects computers and has been involved with many computer projects, including teaching computers alongside Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer. Auri has written hundreds of articles on various computer technologies; has contributed to many standards including HDTV, DVD, and interactive television; and is the author of Geek My Ride, a book on geeking out cars, another ExtremeTech title also published by Wiley. Auri has also contributed to computer education for students across the country and has promoted technology awareness through the Indianapolis Computer Society, where he has served as president for three years. Currently, Auri is a software engineer and spends his free time programming, chatting at Starbucks, and going to Pacers games.

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