To receive our Daily Newsletter, you must first be a member of the QJ website. SWFPlayer v1.1 currently runs on v1.5 firmware, and is being tested for compatiblity on 2.x. As reported earlier, has teamed up with RK Digital.net, and 71M to put out SWFPlayer v1.1.In this update we see some fixes for some of the slow loading issues in the earlier version as well as improved mouse support.
The newest versions of Adobe Flash Player on Windows and Mac OS can regularly check for updates and install them for you.Make sure that you always install the latest version of Adobe Flash Player to protect against security issues.You can change the way Flash Player is updated by right-clicking any rich media content in your browser and choosing Global Settings from the context menu.Thank you for your interest in the Quick Jump Daily Digest. eculewatt further states that using the app is simply a matter loading the swf on any part of your PSP's mem stick, and browsing in the flash player. To receive our Daily Newsletter, you must first be a member of the QJ website. This project by the author is reportedly capable of playing up to flash player 7 files.
PSP homebrew developer eculewatt dropped by the forums earlier to announce the release of a Modded PSP Flash Player. You can then click on "Newsletter Settings" to customize your daily digest experience.That's the basic rundown for this release, though given its absence of a readme, we advice users to drop by eculewatt's release thread over at QJ's PSP Development Forums.Note: When you download Flash Player installer using 64-bit Internet Explorer, you download the 64-bit Flash Player installer.It installs Flash Player on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Internet Explorer if both are present.Thank you for your interest in the Quick Jump Daily Digest. Currently the player is a little buggy when playing flash files that use MP3 sound due to the fact that MP3 decoding requires too much memory, however PCM sound is fully supported, and hopefully the MP3 issues will be sorted out soon.