PSP Firmware 3.03 [removed]
This file has been removed at 9:16 p.m. CST at ESA's request.
Yes, the latest firmware for the PSP is out! But just like the last few updates, this one offers nothing great unless you're lucky enough to have a PS3 with you
3.03 Open Edition Revision B (Custom Firmware)
Dark_Alex has just released his newest revision of his custom firmware for the PSP, Revision B of 3.03 Open Edition (OE). Seems like Dark_Alex has been more concerned about the PSP consumers than Sony is, issuing tons of new firmware updates (only updatable on 3.03 OE which was made possible by using firmware 1
PSP Firmware 3.10 [US]
After the confusion of the 3.10 update, I think we've got most of the info and are ready to clear the confusion. Firstly, blame some guy called thedevil_666 who uploaded a modified 3.03 firmware update on rapidshare for half of the confusion. Dark_AleX modified the decrypter to decrypt the firmware, the fake one, not knowing its authienticity
Dark_Alex's 3.10 OE-A custom firmware
He did it again! Dark_Alex has released custom firmware custom-fitted for the latest PSP system software update: 3.10 Open Edition Rev. A (OE-A). Of course you'll hit DOWNLOAD the moment you saw the filename alone, but might as well check out the following while doing so:
(A) READ THE README
Custom Firmware 1.53
In a time when Dark_AleX and Booster creations are, arguably, the creams of the crop, it is always nice to have other options for all of us in the homebrew community. Remember the year-old Custom Firmware 1.50: Media Edition? Well, eiffel56 informed us that he has released Custom Firmware 1.53. So what does this do?
This one is made for FW1
becus25's Custom Firmware 1.5 IE B Update 2
Over on the QJ PSP Development forums, becus25 has released a new update for his Custom Firmware 1.50 IE B. According to becus25, this version corrects all the errors originally detected in earlier releases, so check it out
becus25's Custom Firmware 1.62 IE A Update1
A new custom firmware from becus25 has just been released on the QJ PSP Development forums called Custom Firmware 1.62 IE (which apparently means "increasing edition"). Update one of the new custom firmware includes the following features:
* Hide corrupt icons.
* Skip Sony logo
Within the past few days, PSP owners were kept on the edge of their seats by reports of FW 3.40 in South Korea and in Japan. Well, soon enough, the latest firmware version for the Sony handheld soon reached North American shores, and without fail, coders and homebrew devs set to work on it immediately