continues his amazing work on the PSP by releasing a "Special Edition" firmware
that combines 2.71's functionality and 1.50's homebrew compatibility. It's not the easiest process in the world, though (and it won't work on TA-082
You'll have to create a DXAR file, and copy some complicated-looking files around.
Once you install the custom firmware, you'll be able launch homebrew from the XMB, run ISOs, and legit games too. It's like having your cake, and eating it too.
[Thanks bumpi, Via PSP Hacks
An easy installer
has just been released.]
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
10-09-2006 @ 10:38AM
So can you use the web browser? This will be the first time I try this kind of thing.
10-09-2006 @ 2:48PM
Hmm, homebrew is wrong? Since when :O Well, if that wouldn't be on my PSP, I really wouldn't give a s**t about PSP. These commercial crap games, dude, someone takes them seriously? Well, ok, few of them are good.. But not many enough to make psp worth it.. BTW, just ordered a 4gb ultra II stick, and, no, not for 4gb of gamesaves.
10-09-2006 @ 2:50PM
Oh, and, if you took that last post offensive, nevermind the whole thing, please. Don't make a fight out of this.
10-09-2006 @ 3:04PM
Yep webbrowser and all, and homebrew isnt wrong. What is wrong is using iso's of games you don't own.
10-09-2006 @ 6:43PM
pikachu's ballsack said...
I don't usually run homebrew (because it's wrong) but who cares this sounds nice. And props for the Jay-Z & R. Kelly (although he is a child molestor) album covr that was funny.
10-09-2006 @ 10:46PM
"I don't usually run homebrew (because it's wrong)"
What gives you the mistaken perspective that homebrew is wrong. Thats an impossibility. Its like saying its wrong to run winamp since it wasn't written by Microsoft!
11-19-2006 @ 5:06AM
Dj Thriller said...
Does this work on firmware v2.8?