New Media Manager 3.0 for PlayStation Portable Released!

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285w ago - PlayStation Network Operations Director Eric Lempel today announced the following via PS Blog:

Today we are launching a new version of Media Manager for the PSP that allows you to organize and sync your music, photos and other digital content.

Download: PSP Media Manager v3.0

The new media manager also grants access to the PlayStation Store through the PC and is designed to accommodate the expanding functionality of PSP. With the recent PSP firmware (v 5.01) update which gives you direct access to the PlayStation Store and the new media manager you have multiple ways to get content and manage it.

Here's a brief walk-thru of the PlayStation Store accessed via the Media Manager on the PC.





Consumers who own the retail version of Media Manager (v2.5) will be able to upgrade to the online version of Media Manager PRO (v3.0) for free.
 

PlayStation Portable Firmware Update 5.01 Released!

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286w ago - As reported earlier today, PlayStation Portable Firmware Update v5.01 is now available for download.

Download: PSP Firmware Update 5.01 (US) / PSP Firmware Update 5.01 (EU)

To recap on the changes: We've since found an issue related to larger-capacity Memory Stick PRO Duos, which is addressed with update v5.01.

When downloading content from the Store to a PSP with an 8 GB or 16 GB Memory Stick Duo media inserted, you may see a message indicating that the media does not have enough free space, even when sufficient space exists. Update 5.01 resolves this issue.
 

PlayStation Portable Custom Firmware Extender 3.0 Released

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286w ago - Cpasjuste has updated his PSP Custom Firmware Extender plug-in, which allows users to take screenshots in the XMB or while playing a UMD game, record videos in-game, as well as access USB mass-storage and other features.

Download: PSP Custom Firmware Extender 3.0

Version 3.0 includes full support for 5.00 M33 Custom Firmware.

Installation:

- Copy the content of the "seplugins" folder to the seplugins folder of your memory stick.
- Take a look at the file "cfe.config" under "ms0:/seplugins/cfe" and adjust to your needs.
- Enable cfe_loader.prx under the m33 recovery menu (Hold R while starting the PSP)
in vsh and game.
- Set cpu speed to default under the m33 recovery menu.
 

PlayStation Portable Firmware Update v5.01 Coming Soon

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286w ago - According to the Director of PlayStation Network Operations Eric Lempel, PlayStation Portable Firmware Update 5.01 is coming soon.

To quote: PSP firmware update 5.00 added direct access to the PlayStation Store, and we've since found an issue related to larger-capacity Memory Stick PRO Duos, which we'll be addressing with a new update (5.01).

When downloading content from the Store to a PSP with an 8 GB or 16 GB Memory Stick Duo media inserted, you may see a message indicating that the media does not have enough free space, even when sufficient space exists.

Update 5.01 resolves this issue and will be coming soon.
 

PlayStation Portable 1.50 Kernel Add-On for 5.00 M33 CFW out!

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287w ago - Today Dark_AleX has released a PlayStation Portable 1.50 kernel add-on for 5.00 (phat) consoles with M33 Custom Firmware.

Download: PSP 1.50 Kernel Add-On for 5.00 M33 CFW / PSP 1.50 Kernel Add-On for 5.00 M33 CFW [Mirror]

Instructions: Copy to /PSP/GAME5XX and run.

Note: because even deleting LFTV and korean font there was not enough space this time, this version will delete also flash0:/dic/apotp.dic

I'm unsure about what this file is for (maybe for Japanese text predicition?) but system works fine with it.

IF you want to keep some of the things deleted by the 150k_installer do following things.

- Install DC7. Use the Format flash options in nand operations menu. Make flash1 size like around 1 MB smaller, make flash3 the smallest possible, and make flash2 a bit smaller (not too much, or you won't be able to download games and demos from psstore). Then, make flash0 as big as possible and continue.

- Install 4.01 M33, update to 5.00 M33.

- Install 1.50 addon. Dump 5.00 using the latest psardumper, and flash the deleted files you want back.
 







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