Updating psp to 4 05
of this guide, about how to downgrade your PSP and then upgrade to a custom firmware.For those of you who’ve just tuned in; a custom firmware is one that is written by hackers (or crackers, depending on your point of view), which gives you all the possibilities of the official firmware, but also enables the use of homebrew.
The different types of homebrew applications range from text editors to ISO loaders.Turn on your Play Station 4 and get ready to download another PS4 update, people.Sony has rolled out PS4 update 4.05, and as expected, it doesn’t really bring anything new that’s noticeable.Clocking in at 312MB, the download is available now, with the main update being, “This system software update improves the quality of the system performance.”You can download it via your browser here.Download it, and let us know if you notice anything other than a stability update.So if you haven’t got one of those, but you’ve got firmware 3.50 or below, use part one.
All PSPs can be cracked, disregarding current firmware.
sony admits that it is sony code that has been released, but that the code was not in a finished form and that the release was not planned or condoned.
so it looks like the psp feature upgrade is actually going to happen, just not yet.
Today we’ll guide you through a method that works for nearly all PSP’s, disregarding the current firmware.
It even allows you to unbrick PSP’s (people call a PSP bricked when it stops working due to software abnormalities). Simple, the Pandora Battery method requires either the use of a PSP with custom firmware, or a spare battery pack.
It uses the Xross Media Bar (XMB) as its user interface, similar to the Play Station 3 console.