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    Sony Updates PSP System Software to v6.37, Improves Stability

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    Approximately two months passed since the last PlayStation Portable Firmware update, and today Sony's VP of Network Operations Americas Eric Lempel has announced that PSP System Software update version 6.37 is incoming.

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    While many suspect the latest PSP update will inevitably patch the recent PSP exploit present in version 6.35 and the resulting PSP 6.35 HEN alongside the PSP Signed Reflection, Sony simply states it will improve PlayStation Portable stability.

    To quote: "Hi, everyone. A new PSP system software update, v6.37, will be released soon. This is a minor update that improves system software stability during use of some features."

    Sony Updates PSP System Software to v6.37, Improves Stability

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    Yea right, I ain't updating.

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    Private keys = unrestricted access forever

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    Not sure how they could patch the signed homebrew now if they wanted to, we'll see if anything comes of this.

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    don't wanna risk it yet, i'm gonna wait a while and see how the new update turning out and do it later, haha, not in a rush... better safe than sorry...

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    Just another cat and mouse round. Never gonna end with the PSP. Sony just don't want to give the impression they've given up.

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    yeah sony will be like screw the psp and move on, which they kind of are but nothing new has officially released.

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    Everyone is doing that not just $ony. The homebrew devs took 2 years to make a hen for the GO. Well it was made but the bastards didn't want to release it.

    And as for a CFW for the PSP it ended at 5.00M33 as nobody else can make one. IF GEN could make their own they would've released 6.xxGEN which they never did.

    And from 6.35 to 6.37, thats just a patch to block homebrew/hen, nothing else. If it was going to be something added it would've been 6.40 or if its really big it'll be 6.50
    Last edited by Jes03; 01-20-2011 at 12:17 AM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    i have been away from the psp scene for a while anyone know if its possible for psn access on 5.50 gen-d or any other custom psp firmware, or retail. I know about home-brew enabler on 6.35, but i want games , and homebrew all in one, not just homebrew. thanks.

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    There is PSNLover plugin that allows PSN access. I have used it on 5.00m33-6, but it works with the GEN too. I haven't used it in a long time, so there is a chance it doesn't work anymore. The last time I used it I did sign-in to the network. But I kept getting an error when I tried to browse stuff.

    It never said anything about needing a firmware update, just some numbered code. I don't play games with it online, so it may be possible that it will still work for that. Hope at least some part of that was helpful.

 

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