This homebrew application allows users to control the PC-based Foobar2000 media player by using their PSP's WiFi connection.
Notes for this version: # Minor optimisations
# Moved more global variables to local Optimised local split()
# If the queue is broken, reset the counter.
# Next, Previous, Random buttons now change colour when pressed
# Play, Pause, Stop still rely on actual Foobar2000 status.
# Killed a bug which crashed the PSP if you attempted to scroll a blank tracklist.
# Killed related bugs
# Cleared the queue if you pressed Previous (Since foo_controlserver also does this)
# Added the ability to add a playlist to queue (Although it MIGHT miss a few of the last tracks)
# Made the TMP images refresh often when new data gets added.
# Now, changing the playlist also updates the playlist count in the playlist
# Added more "Error" messages
This application will allow a PSP user to remotely shutdown a computer on the network by sending a password to a listening program running in the background (sol.exe)
Notes for this version: If there's too much text on the host selection screen, the PSP will start to lag.
It should run as is, but you may have to drag the files in to your system folder
and register them. I cant be bothered to explain further
settings.ini in "Host" must be configured correctly
settings.ini in "SOL" must also be configured correctly
Please read the comments located in the file in order to get it setup correctly
In SOL.exe, the first tick box enables the server, while the second tick box
will forcefully shut-down the computer (ending any non-responsive application)
This script provides an alternate interface to the Xbox Media Center. You are able to start films, play music and display pictures.
Enter music in to a playlist (and soon videos). View thumbnails (if available) currently playing media and view file information when available
artist, track title, album title, genre, year. Movie name and genre. Picture file name. Also shutting down the Xbox is possible
The 2nd major function this program provides is to turn the PSP in to a wireless xbox pad (WHILE XBMC IS RUNNING). So You are able to browse
the menus of XBMC at your TV without cables, a ugly looking wireless pad or IR remote.
Notes for this version: Changes since v0.7.5 Mod
-Fixed a timesync related bug that appears during media with no durations - Thanks Kick In Da D0oR From QJ Forums