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How do i get limewire on a psp

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you first have to find out how to get Java on there if it is not already. I don't own one so I dont know. But Limewire would be the easy part.

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yeah maby, but it would take up alot of space, and you wouldnt have much space left to hold anything you downloaded..

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is there any homebrew for limewire on psp?

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is there any homebrew for limewire on psp?

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Not that I know of. There is however a telnet client which I've been playing with. Very cool.

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is there any homebrew for limewire on psp?

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Luke the force is not with u......hoe

Not that I know of. There is however a telnet client which I've been playing with. Very cool.

what is a telnet client

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first off, google telnet. Second, google java.

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If one has 1GB of space, limewire and java together dont even take more than 100MB. The only problem I see would be getting java installed.

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Why would you want limewire on a psp anyway? If you only have a 1 gig sd stick just download your shit on your desktop and tranfer it over.

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i gurentee you there is no javaVM for it, thus no limewire. maybe, MAYBE, you can get another gnutella client on it, but i doubt there is one already coded. im pretty sure it comes with ftp, http and other clients though.

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If I remember right, the web browser in the later versions of the psp firmware (maybe the homebrew ones. I don't know) is Java compatible (wording?). That's how the homebrew Java games like chess and tic-tac-toe were able to run on later versions. Now if this has anything to do with actually running Limewire on the PSP, I don't know either. If I remember right though, there was a way to get Windows or Linux onto the memory stick, which also might help if you're really dedicated.

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Limewire is slowish as hell on my PIII 550 box, and pathetically unresponsive on a p266. Even if it ran on a PSP it would suck.

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Each of those boxes are running windows aren't they?

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Limewire, on no matter any box will slow your computer down to nothing, so imagine what it would do to your PSP. Why did you choose LimeWire? What does Limewire offer that another wouldn't? Not really up on them myself, but I would like to know. :grr:

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Limewire, on no matter any box will slow your computer down to nothing, so imagine what it would do to your PSP.  Why did you choose LimeWire?  What does Limewire offer that another wouldn't?  Not really up on them myself, but I would like to know. :grr:

It doesn't slow down my laptop.

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Limewire on PSP now thats interesting :}

Add a some war driveing for wireless internet to download stuff :devil:

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