Your example looks believable. So you are saying with good enough tools and resources, there is a way to conjure up a Mac OS X Media go program?
I have an extra comment as well: Why is it that Castlevania SOTN, WHICH I DOWNLOADED IT DIRECTLY FROM MY PS3, was able to work on my PSP, and not FF7?
Has that happen to anyone?
Well it won't be exactly like the Media Go, but I will give my best efforts to making it as functional as possible.
i love my OSX but ever since i made the switch i have been kicked in the balls by things like this
im really glad i can use parallels (coherance mode is amazing, Just a little slugish at times)
bootcamp works well too but parallels is so much more convenient as its active inside osx
It most likely would take months for Sony to code a Mac version of the media software, but it would be months well spent.
Don't make Mac version = alienating a growing minority of Mac users.
Do make Mac version = making PSP media an option to ALL, and added bonus: Mac isn't Microsoft, so it would no longer make your PSP feel violated.
By NOT making a Mac version Sony are just being idle. I mean, someone had to make the Windows code, so why not continue the work and repeat the process on Mac.
Or make a hybrid version to replace the current one that runs on both Mac and Windows?
you sony guys, must make a media go for mac, cause ive never used windows and Ill never used it, Ive allways been a mac user so I wanted to buy the new psp go but If I need that media go for organizing mi psp I better buy an ipod touch witch has the same things except for the psp games..... so plz sony Im begging you to make a media go for mac os, jesus, you are compiting against xbox, damn!!!
You don't need Media Go, it can just cut you some slack.
Apple guy since 1981 - never anything else.
I'm glad all we have to do is use the usb cord (I got mine thru Amazon) to view the contents of our PSP. I just view it (the mem stick) as any other flash drive.
I don't really need a Mac Media go ...... but I would think Sony - with the UPSCALE price they are going to ask for the PSP go ..... would put two and to together and realize that Apple junkies ....... pay for upscale gizmos.
Who is more likely to spend $250 bucks for a PSP 1. a person that pays $500 for an entire laptop or 2. a person that pays $2,300 for a laptop ? ............ DUH
Yeah, also i believethey mentioned this is basically the gateway to putting content into the new PSP Go, which im interested on buying, but with no OSX version of this software is a problem.
i really dont think you need Media Go
i never used media manager, i just put files on manually
and i have a Mac too, so it is possible lol
Media Go is not all it's cracked up to be, so mac users are not missing very much.
However if you have a mac, and you positively MUST have a media manager for your PSP, then get PSPWare from NullRiver. It's a good program that has had many good reviews from PSP/mac users.
Here's the link.