Homebrew may be a step closer on the third generation PSP Models (PSP-3000), thanks to a new exploit discovered last week in the game GripShift. The exploit is confirmed to work on the PSP-1000, PSP-2000 and PSP-3000 and on all firmware versions from 1.52 to 5.02. The exploit will allow you to run homebrew games that do not require kernel access – as a result, a downgrader is not yet possible but be sure to keep a look out for new developments.
A SDK has also been released for the exploit so you can run your own code using the exploit. You can download the Hello World demo and SDK below.
[GripShift Hello World Demo]
[Sparta SDK for GripShift]
i think now since the new psp-3000, they will be no need to play a console. psp have the same thing as does the ps3. just smaller
Err, what? No need to play a console? You mean no need to play a home console rather then a portable I guess.
As for this exploit, this also means anyone with low ethics will be buying the US version of Gripshift and posting on eBay. That, or posting their old copy there for others to “enjoy”.