Either connect wirelessly to Bloglines or save RSS-feed news items as separate JPEGs for offline viewing on the PSP.
Although Sony has hinted at expanding RSS Channel (included with Version 2.6 of the firmware) to be something more than a podcast-streaming feature of the PSP in the future, currently there is no Sony-supported solution for reading your RSS feeds on your PSP. This hack will walk you through several different ways to read your RSS feeds on your PSP. If you’re running a PSP with Version 2.0 or newer firmware, then you can use the included browser. If you’ve managed to get your hands on a PSP running Version 1.0 or 1.5 of the firmware, and you’ve neglected updating so that you can keep running all the homebrew games and applications out there [Hack #40] , then you can either use the Wipeout Pure browser hack [Hack #41] to view your RSS feeds or you can convert your feeds to JPEG files for reading on the go.
I’ve divided this hack into sections that cover each possible firmware configuration, so feel free to jump ahead to the section that corresponds to your PSP’s firmware.
If you’re not sure which version of the firmware you are running, navigate to Settings → System Settings, hit the X button, select System Information, and hit the X button again. An informational screen will appear on your PSP, listing your PSP’s MAC address, the System Software version (this is the firmware), and the nickname of your PSP.
If you have ...