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Recovery Flasher v1.20 for PSP out now!

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319w ago - Hellcat has released an update to Recovery Flasher, a custom firmware compatible utility that allow users to perform various maintenance tasks on their PSP, from restoring flash-based content (PS Store license data, theme files) to fully re-installing 3.71 or 4.01 M33 firmware without the need of Pandora.

Download: Recovery Flasher v1.20 for PSP

Version 1.20 is a fairly minor release, adding a low battery indicator and a simple file browser that allows users to boot homebrew applications located in PSP/GAME from within the recovery menu. Additionally, when re-installing M33 firmware, the version string contained in the update EBOOT used is now checked for safety precautions.

Changelog:

* can now install 4.01-M33-2 as well
* installs 3.71-M33-4 now instead of plain 3.71-M33
* comes now with an additional .ELF binary to be used from a Pandora stick (up to DDCv5, on v6 you can use the EBOOT version)
* added a simlple filebrowser like thing for launching additional apps from /PSP/GAME
* added option to override "battery low" warning
* added version check of the updater .PBP used for FW extraction
 

Braid May Hit PSN, Space Limitations Prevent WiiWare Release

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319w ago - With all the talk about how great Jonathan Blow's time-bending puzzle platformer Braid is, we can imagine that PlayStation 3 owners are feeling a little jealous.

Good news, though. According to Blow himself, the title was released on XBLA through a timed exclusivity agreement with Microsoft and as such, a PSN release is indeed possible after the period of exclusivity ends.

Furthermore, on the question of if Braid will come to Nintendo's WiiWare download service, Blow stated that a WiiWare version is out of the question, citing a lack of internal storage as the reasoning behind why.
 

Pandora Installer for PSP 3.x/4.x Kernel Revision 4a released!

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319w ago - Hellcat has released an update to his Pandora installer for 3.x/4.x kernel-based custom firmware, a handy application that allows users to easily create a base Pandora setup (service mode battery, magic memory stick) on their homebrew-capable PSP.

Download: Pandora Installer for PSP 3.x/4.x Kernel Revision 4a

Featuring all the enhancements present in the previous release, revision 4a adds support for installing Despertar Del Cementerio v6, the latest release of Dark_AleX's "Universal Unbricker" application, in a one-click fashion.
 

Cross Extended v1.2 Plug-In for PSP Custom Firmware out!

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319w ago - Nefarious has released an update to Cross Extended, a custom firmware 4.01 M33 compatible plug-in that displays detailed system information to users regarding their PSP, such as the motherboard type, battery voltage, and installed plug-in modules.

Download: Cross Extended v1.2 Plug-In for PSP Custom Firmware

Version 1.2 features a reboot and shutdown function, as well as a slightly revamped user interface and configurable shortcut keys that can be modified by editing the included ce_config text file.

Changelog:

* Motherboard identification up to TA-088v1 Slim.
* Added TA-079v1 1g (Tachyon = 0–00140000, Baryon = 0–00020600).
* Added reboot & shutdown function.
* Configurable global buttons from "ce_config.txt".
* Revised user-interface.
* Revised control callback function (for control input issue in TA-079 & TA-088 ).
 

PSN helps find stolen PS3, Unwanted Xbox 360 the replacement

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319w ago - The fiance of Dustin Waller bought him a second hand PS3 from a store in Cleveland, but little did she know it was infact a stolen system. However, the police were able to track the system whenever Waller turned on the system as the original owner of the PS3's PSN ID was still stored on the system. The police confiscated the system and Waller was compensated by the store with an unwanted Xbox 360.

To quote: Police appeared on Waller's door after the purchase, and they inquired as to how he had come across the system. According to the Salisbury Post, the police were able to track the system whenever Waller turned on his system.

The original owner of the PS3's PSN ID was still stored on the system, and it was set to auto-login when the system turned on. By tracking Waller's IP address, they were able to find him.

Waller is of course innocent in the whole debacle, but police confiscated his system nonetheless. While the police look for the person who sold the stolen system to the games shop, Waller was given compensation from the store he didn't want: an Xbox 360.

"Waller is appreciative of the offer from the store but notes the Xbox isn't nearly as expensive or sophisticated as the PlayStation."
 
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