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Firmware 2.5 has been released for the PSP, the new features include:
The update can be downloaded using the Network Update feature on your PSP. Note that this update will disable you from running homebrew applications on your PSP, so upgrade at your own risk.
Datel, a leading UK developer of accessories and add-ons has announced a Hard Disk Drive for the PSP which will add 4GB of storage space to your PSP, making it the ultimate media station.
The hard drive will be built onto a powerful battery providing additional power for your PSP as well as using a small cable to attach the hard disk portion of the battery to the Memory Stick Duo slot.
According to Play.com, the hard drive will be released on 28th October 2005 (Subject to change), and will come with a USB 2.0 cable and software for managing the media in your PSP.
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Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has announced a couple of new official PSP accessories. One of them us a new Battery Pack (PSP-280), which retains the same size as the current pack but provides up to 20% added capacity at 2200mAh.
Sony will also be launching a new official PSP Memory Stick Pro DUO (PSP-MP1G) that will provide your PSP with 1GB of storage, which will offer PSP owners a lot more space to play with!
Both accessories will hit Japan on 27th of October, but no dates have been confirmed for the US or Europe.
Sony has released a new Firmware Version to counter act the recent exploit found in firmware 2.0. The new update corrects the TIFF image exploit that allows the PSP to be downgraded to v1.5.
The update is available to NA and Japan at time of writing. The update is available using the Network Update feature on your PSP.
Note: Upgrading your firmware will mean you can no longer make use of the Firmware 2.0 exploit. Upgrade at your own will. But remember, no homebrew for you!
An exploit in PSP firmware 2.0 has been found that allows you to run binary code. The exploit was found in the way PSP handels the TIF image format.
Check out the Homebrew Download Section for the Exploit and other apps for firmware 2.0.
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