From the xmb (main psp menu) run the update from Game – Memory Stick 5. From the xmb (main psp menu) run the PROUPDATE from Game - Memory stick. Play Station Portable (PSP) Firmware is a software update from Sony to add to the Play Station Portable edition of this gaming hardware.A firmware update is one where the fundamental software that is installed by the manufacturer to help the software run needs to be changed. What I was not aware of is that the pandora technique in not necessary to downgrade from custom firmware psp's. You'll rarely brick the PSP for all eternity, but you'll make it hard for yourself if you don't have a recovery plan.So in case there are others like me, I thought I would share my knowledge. As for reverting to original Sony firmware on a 'Slim' or later, well for now you'll have to keep looking, like I am ;) OK, if you have a PSP Slim and either wireless network access to the internet or a copy of the current official firmware saved to some storage medium When you check out the system information, if your custom firmware (CFW) is version 3.80 M33 or greater (in my case it was 4.01), then the following edited info from PSPMOD applies. F8660_fbz_button[type="button"]:active, .ezoic-wrapper .
Maybe a fix or fixes and some form of additonal functionality. Eric just wanted to let you know that we as psp/ps3 owners are still highly hoping for IN-GAME MUSIC…
Keep in mind that your PSP requires a custom firmware of at least 3.71m33 or higher and 8MB of free space on your memory stick.
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I agree you would hope their would be some small bit of functionality apart from just a security patch.
Well I don’t really mind but I am hoping this also means that a nice big patch will also be coming along for the PS3 that will fix that dang remote play problem that most people have with the PS3 turning on automatically when used via the internet. The security flaw requires you to knowingly and manually put files on your memory stick.
The change can provide new features to improve the customer experience with the device or it can be to resolve a buggy software release for software that never worked the way it was intended.