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    im crackin up ign wants hombrew in the next update:
    December 20, 2006 - On November 20, Sony Computer Entertainment released PSP v3.00, and there was much rejoicing.

    Two days later, SCE released PSP v3.01, and there was much less rejoicing.

    On December 6, SCE released PSP v3.02, and the rejoicing could not be heard over the sound of the yawns.

    And today, SCE released PSP v3.03. That's four updates in 30 days. Rejoice, if you will ... if only to be the only one in the world who has been driven by this latest update into actually rejoicing.

    Once again, a minor security update has been made to the PSP, weeding out some minor, minor errors with the past three versions of PSP v3. This time, it seems that the fix is partly to help enhance the downloadable features from the PlayStation Store on the PS3 PlayStation Network, although the minor update still does not include the ability to download PS one classics directly to PSP -- you will still need a PS3 to take advantage of this feature at the moment.

    The following updates are made to the PlayStation Portable with PSP version 3.03:


    Revisions to strengthen security have been added.
    The number of PlayStation Network titles that can be played under [Game] has increased.
    When can we expect a bump to PSP v3.1 or some other major update that does more than just solve problems that very few gamers have experienced problems with? SCE has not gone on record about the update schedule for PSP, but a few major PSP features are still MIA -- most importantly, the aforementioned PlayStation Store downloading feature as well as the assumed ability to connect to the PlayStation Network community that PS3 currently uses.

    As always, you can download the latest PSP updates (once the newest version is available, as some regions might get new versions later than others) through your PSP's Network Update feature in settings, or on Sony's official site:

    PSP Version Updates (US)
    PSP Version Updates (EU)
    PSP Version Updates (AU)
    PSP Version Updates (JP)


    With so many fruitcake updates in so short a time, some PSP owners may be forgetting how joyous it was to get bright and shiny new PSP updates back when the system was new. In the spirit of the season, we've alighted our thoughts upon 8 Wishes for PSP Features and Fixes that we'd like to see in future versions of the system.



    For next year, please do your best'est to bring all of these PSP features and many, many for me and all of my friends...

    PSP Network & Friends Lists -- It warms the heart to think that there's nothing that brings friends and family together like a Friends List. If PS3 and PSP could talk with one another and had the same PlayStation Network for gamers from all across the globe to find each other on either system and become friends, it's be that much closer to having world peace ... except that, of course, we'd be then nuking those friends online in Resistance or SOCOM: FTB2 once we've talked out teams.
    Portable PlayStation Store -- It'd be so great if we could buy a PSP game from the PS Store, and then have it, and then tell all of our friends on our Friends List that we bought just it, and then have them buy it and play us online with it, and then we'd all be happy about it, and it'd be so good!
    Open Media Support -- MP4 and MP3 and MP2 and MPEG, AVI and WMV and DIVX and XVID, running at full-frame on PSPs with widescreens, these are a few of my favorite things!
    Internet Browser Memory Fix -- Whenever my PSP says that it has an "Out of Memory" error, an angel loses his wings.
    Enhanced PSP-to-PS3 Remote Play -- You know when you get the gift you've been asking for and asking for and asking for and asking for all year long, and then you get it, and then you realize you still need to get all the parts and accessories to make it as cool as you thought it'd be? That's how we feel about Remote Play, Sony -- it's a good feature, but it's kinda dumb right now. I have to leave my PS3 on all day long? I can't access my PS3 from the internet? I only get a blurry video of the PS3 menu instead of the real thing? I can't watch DVDs and Blu-Ray movies on my PSP, even when just hanging out around the yard? I can't download stuff from my PS3 to my PSP? Gee, it's better than a bunch of socks, but what isn't better than socks?
    Text RSS Feeds -- Knowledge is power, and reading is fundamental. Give the gift of learning this 2007!
    Move Camera Mode Down in Photo Mode -- Yes, Santa Sony, I'm being selfish, but it's silly to have a section that I always use now be second to a device that I perhaps don't possess, see?
    Homebrew Software Support -- Let's not fight anymore. You can't beat them, and you don't hate them ... you just wish they wouldn't do bad things anymore and that people would stop not updating their PSPs. Why not invite the Homebrew makers over, just as you did with the PS3 Linux, and let them make some of their great homemade creations for PSP. Not all of it, of course -- everybody knows that ISOs are the lumps of coal in your stocking -- but maybe allow some homebrew designers to make their software official. Remember the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kuumba and Imani!
    OK then Sony, will you do it? Will you PLEASE?!? Enjoy the cookies, and Good Festivus!



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    Meh. I could care less what IGN wants.
    We have homebrew running, and it's more fun to crack the firmware then get it handed to us.

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    its just funny tht the want homebrew


    3.51 M33 thx to Calo!!!

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    lol! I dont ever think Sony would give us homebrew :(. We have to work for it with hacks, exploits, and dirty tricks :lol:
    starting over

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    Quote Originally Posted by xPSPx Skull xPSPx
    lol! I dont ever think Sony would give us homebrew :(. We have to work for it with hacks, exploits, and dirty tricks :lol:
    i thought u left this site:P


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    My random thoughts of that guy from IGN:
    PSP Network & Friends Lists -- It warms the heart to think that there's nothing that brings friends and family together like a Friends List. If PS3 and PSP could talk with one another and had the same PlayStation Network for gamers from all across the globe to find each other on either system and become friends, it's be that much closer to having world peace ... except that, of course, we'd be then nuking those friends online in Resistance or SOCOM: FTB2 once we've talked out teams.
    I guess not too bad an idea...

    Portable PlayStation Store -- It'd be so great if we could buy a PSP game from the PS Store, and then have it, and then tell all of our friends on our Friends List that we bought just it, and then have them buy it and play us online with it, and then we'd all be happy about it, and it'd be so good!
    Me wonders how many people would actually use it. Also downloaded games would go on the memstick? May as well go with ISOs. Though I guess this would have some purpose.

    Open Media Support -- MP4 and MP3 and MP2 and MPEG, AVI and WMV and DIVX and XVID, running at full-frame on PSPs with widescreens, these are a few of my favorite things!
    Pfft, n00b. Either not possible, or just simply stupid.

    Internet Browser Memory Fix -- Whenever my PSP says that it has an "Out of Memory" error, an angel loses his wings.
    Yeah, just magically pop in more RAM (or use the memstick as virtual RAM).

    Enhanced PSP-to-PS3 Remote Play -- You know when you get the gift you've been asking for and asking for and asking for and asking for all year long, and then you get it, and then you realize you still need to get all the parts and accessories to make it as cool as you thought it'd be? That's how we feel about Remote Play, Sony -- it's a good feature, but it's kinda dumb right now. I have to leave my PS3 on all day long? I can't access my PS3 from the internet? I only get a blurry video of the PS3 menu instead of the real thing? I can't watch DVDs and Blu-Ray movies on my PSP, even when just hanging out around the yard? I can't download stuff from my PS3 to my PSP? Gee, it's better than a bunch of socks, but what isn't better than socks?
    This is pure stupidity... Wi-Fi, PS3 limitations etc. Nuff said.

    Text RSS Feeds -- Knowledge is power, and reading is fundamental. Give the gift of learning this 2007!
    Quite possible. Methinks the Web Browser defeats the purpose, but meh.

    Move Camera Mode Down in Photo Mode -- Yes, Santa Sony, I'm being selfish, but it's silly to have a section that I always use now be second to a device that I perhaps don't possess, see?
    Lol, this guy is complaining about making the PS3 interactivity better, and he's complaining about the camera...

    Homebrew Software Support -- Let's not fight anymore. You can't beat them, and you don't hate them ... you just wish they wouldn't do bad things anymore and that people would stop not updating their PSPs. Why not invite the Homebrew makers over, just as you did with the PS3 Linux, and let them make some of their great homemade creations for PSP. Not all of it, of course -- everybody knows that ISOs are the lumps of coal in your stocking -- but maybe allow some homebrew designers to make their software official. Remember the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kuumba and Imani!
    OK then Sony, will you do it? Will you PLEASE?!? Enjoy the cookies, and Good Festivus!
    I have absolutely no idea about the PS3 Linux, but one other reason Sony doesn't like homebrew is that it makes the PSP more useful. That's right, methinks Sony purposely makes the other features of the PSP not so useful, so that people buy the games.

    Of course, the other thing is that Sony doesn't give a damn about what features people want.

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    RSS Text feeds are great acctually.

    I read what I want, without the need to load a page, when there might not be anything I want to read in the first place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiNgABuRgA
    Internet Browser Memory Fix -- Whenever my PSP says that it has an "Out of Memory" error, an angel loses his wings.
    Yeah, just magically pop in more RAM (or use the memstick as virtual RAM)
    sorry if this is kinda noob question but, how do u use the MS as virtual RAM ???

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    ^^Similarly how Windows uses HDD space as virtual RAM... Of course, Sony's not gonna bother (putting in the effort) doing such a thing.

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    well sony needs somthing to please us!!!


    3.51 M33 thx to Calo!!!

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