PSP Development Tool! DTP-T1000

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  1. Psycho

    Psycho We've gone plaid!

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    Woohoo, got myself a PSP Dev Tool today... So, naturally, I had to take it apart...

    And, compared to the Test Tool, the MB in this is _VERY_ different.... It's COMPLETELY populated all over, none of the large empty spaces... See Test Tool in this thread:
    http://www.assemblergames.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16782
    Disassembly instructions work for both.

    So, here's the MB:
    (Download huge image HERE. About 1MB, you can read all the text on the board).

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    Now, as cool as that is, I have to admit I'm more of a collector than a user, and this is my first Sony Dev Tool of any kind... Anyone have even a remote clue as to how to use this (that they can share)? I just basically want to get it to play a game off UMD or DVD-R... I don't need it debugging code and such... When I turn it on, the PSP controller displays this:

    [​IMG]
    (But obviously with a real MAC Address)
    And that's all I can get it to do... I haven't tried to connect to it via network in any way, but I thought I'd ask here first in case there's someone here that's used one... Does it need to be connected to a PS2 TOOL to do anything, or can it at least be made to play a game?

    (Oh yeah, there was a game on DVD-R in the thing when I got it! That was kind of a cool surprise...)

    Well, if anyone can give me any tips on this, that would be great!
     
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  2. Parris

    Parris I'm only here to observe...

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    Really pleased that someone I know ended up with the unit - I see a nice amendment to the guide coming from you ;-)

    Coolest thing I have seen for a while (other than the GSCube). P.S. you have a PM!
     
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  3. unclejun

    unclejun Site Supporter 2011-2014

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    You should connect the dtp-t1000 to the network and reach its IP in a webbrowser, you can find its manual here: https://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/reports/ViewExhibitReport.cfm?mode=Exhibits&RequestTimeout=500&calledFromFrame=N&application_id=406107&fcc_id='AK8DTPT1000'
     
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  4. Pikkon

    Pikkon "Moving in Stereo"

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    Hmm,I thought you need the psp sdk in order to play games on the psp dev tool,but I could be wrong.
     
  5. macwest

    macwest Resolute Member

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    your right, some tools on the sdk are needed. test will play out of the box no sdk required.
     
  6. unclejun

    unclejun Site Supporter 2011-2014

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    Snsys Target Manager or Codewarrior CWComutil should be enough, right?
     
  7. pspwill

    pspwill Spirited Member

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    I feel like crying, i am extremely jealous but happy that someone finally has one. Thanks for the pictures!
     
  8. Parris

    Parris I'm only here to observe...

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    As far as I know, this isn't the first of these units (Tool, not Test) in an AG members hands. Don't like mentioning names, so won't but I had heard a certain USA member was furnished with a PSP Development Tool.
     
  9. pspwill

    pspwill Spirited Member

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    I had a feeling they would have but this is the first I know about. Although some may have the tool do any of them have the actual SDK to go with it?
     
  10. Parris

    Parris I'm only here to observe...

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    Now that is an entirely different question and one that only they (he/she) could answer!
     

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