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PSP hooked up to third party GPS receivers

Conrad Quilty-Harper
October 21, 2007
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Using nothing more than a little fine soldering, it is possible to get your PSP to accept the data output from 3rd party GPS receivers from Holux, among others. Like a lot of past PSP mods, this probably isn't one for mere mortals: you'll have to have a heavy dosing of leet skill to pull this one off, and be able to understand the gobbledegook that the custom executable throws up -- although it will apparently work with Map This, a third party GPS and Map app for the PSP. Nevertheless, it's all there on the read link, so check it out if you dare.

[Thanks, Wraggster]



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