OneShell released for PSP/PSVita
Developer Davis Nuñez Just released Beta 0.3 of his promising Shell for thePSP: OneShell. OneShell runs through gdljjrod’s ONEluainterpreter, and is compatible with the PSP Vita through PSP emu hacks such as TN-V and ARK.
OneShell 0.3 – Features
OneShell 0.3 ships with the following features and apps:
- File Explorer
- Command Line
- Picture Viewer
- 3D Objects viewer
- Music player (supports at3, mp3, wav, bgm)
- Picture Editor
- FTP Server
- Text editor
- app installer
- Archive file extraction (ZIP, RAR)
- UMD Dumper
- Homebrews/iso launcher
CustomProtocol report that an annoying bug exists in this version: closing a given app will then open the previous app if that one was still in the control bar at the bottom of the screen. Hackinfirmer report that Wifi features are not available on the ARK eCFW. It is also worth mentioning that ONESHell is currently only available in Spanish it seems, although the app should be intuitive enough that you don’t have to know Spanish to use it.
Overall OneShell is a very promising little interface for the PSP and the ePSP on the Vita. One thing you’ll want to understand is that although the creator uses popular names and icons for some of his applications (e.g. “PPSSPP” for the iso launcher, “winrar” for the archive extractor,…), these are not actual ports of the apps on the PSP! The iso launcher is directly reusing the binary launching functionality of the PSP, and the Archive extraction is probably calling directly into some of OneLua’s archive features.
Download ONEShell 0.3