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    Default Care to help satisfy my curiosity?

    I was recently messing with my PSP, and I visited the site "whatsmyuseragent.com " on it, and noticed it had an entry called "HTTP_X_PSP_PRODUCTCO DE", and I was wondering if this is the same for everyone or if it varies, and if it varies, what factors affect it. So if anyone willing to help could simply browse to that site on their PSP and post what it says, your firmware, your PSP model, PSP region and (if possible) your motherboard.

    I'll get the ball rolling

    HTTP_X_PSP_PRODUCTCODE: UC2
    Firmware: 6.31 OFW
    Model: 2001
    Region: USA
    Mobo: Unknown, not ta88v3

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    are you trying to advertise that website o.O....are you?

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    doesn't sound like it.. I'm a little curious myself now.. xD
    be back with an edit.

    EDIT:

    its the same for me.
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    HTTP_X_PSP_PRODUCTCODE:UC2
    Firmware:5.50 D3
    Model:1001
    Region:USA
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaitoshinichi View Post
    are you trying to advertise that website o.O....are you?
    lol no

    Quote Originally Posted by pspjoke View Post
    doesn't sound like it.. I'm a little curious myself now.. xD
    be back with an edit.

    EDIT:

    its the same for me.
    Is your PSP American? (All American PSPs I've heard so far have this code)

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    It's just the User Agent.
    It's used by websites to detect if it's a mobile device for example. That way websites can display a mobile version of the website if you have a User Agent which corresponds to a mobile device.
    In Firefox you can enter a custom User Agent using an Addon. This is good if you want to access content only available to mobile devices.

    This is the PSP User Agent:
    Mozilla/4.0 (psp (PlayStation Portable); FW_VERSION_HERE)

    Or at least it used to be. "HTTP_X_PSP_PRODUCTCODE" seems to be part of the headers sent by the PSP's browser but it's definitely not a User Agent.
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    user agent is the device detected. Some sites will cater for different devices and some only pc's. You can use a user agent faker to make the site think you are on a pc when you are on a handheld device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pirata nervo View Post
    It's just the User Agent.
    It's used by websites to detect if it's a mobile device for example. That way websites can display a mobile version of the website if you have a User Agent which corresponds to a mobile device.
    In Firefox you can enter a custom User Agent using an Addon. This is good if you want to access content only available to mobile devices.

    This is the PSP User Agent:
    Mozilla/4.0 (psp (PlayStation Portable); FW_VERSION_HERE)

    Or at least it used to be. "HTTP_X_PSP_PRODUCTCODE" seems to be part of the headers sent by the PSP's browser but it's definitely not a User Agent.
    Quote Originally Posted by shivadow View Post
    user agent is the device detected. Some sites will cater for different devices and some only pc's. You can use a user agent faker to make the site think you are on a pc when you are on a handheld device.
    I know all about user agents, and I am not in the slightest bit interested in that. I am interested in the x-psp-productcode field of the header. The site that displays this info just happens to be a user agent displaying site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SifJar View Post
    I know all about user agents, and I am not in the slightest bit interested in that. I am interested in the x-psp-productcode field of the header. The site that displays this info just happens to be a user agent displaying site.

    I do not understand your last sentence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pirata nervo View Post
    I do not understand your last sentence.
    You where saying that site displays the user agent, yes? Well my point was that the same site also display some other info, and its the other info I'm interested in. I just told people to go to that site (which displays user agent), because that is the only site I know that displays the HTTP_X_PSP_PRODUCTCODE part of the header sent by the browser.

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