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PSP Firmware 3.93 Update Available Now!

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353w ago - Update: According to zefie (and the PSP Updater), there is now a second/alternate 3.93 Firmware revision available HERE which appears to be either a quick fix or a new update format, size, and CRC ?

PSP Firmware 3.93 is now available for download via Network Update. As expected, the update is relatively minor, offering enhanced support for PlayStation Network titles as detailed in the Firmware changelog:

- Support for PLAYSTATION Network titles has been expanded.

Download: PSP Firmware 3.93 (US) / PSP Firmware 3.93 (EU)

Not mentioned in the official changelog, it appears there are 20 new Internet radio players that have been added to the PSP's Internet Radio feature.

Thanks to John Koller over at SCEA for pointing this out at the PlayStation Blog!
 

PS3 Firmware Update 2.17 released!

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354w ago - Update: Per Jeff Rubenstein (Social Media Manager, PlayStation Blog): In case you were wondering what it's all about, the operating stability of some online PS3 titles has been improved. Hope that clears things up!

It's now official- Sony has indeed skipped a retail release of PS3 Firmware 2.15 (Debug) in lieu of PS3 Firmware Update 2.17 which is out now via Network Update or below!

Download: PS3 FW Update 2.17 (US) / PS3 FW Update 2.17 (EU)

There isn't an official changelog available yet, but it appears to be primarily a bugfix update at this time.

Also, for what it's worth a little birdie told us Sony Devs already have 2.20 so perhaps another quick update will follow soon? :P
 

PSP Firmware v3.90 update out now!

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360w ago - A new PSP Firmware Update is now available via Network Update. Firmware 3.90 includes the following changes:

* Support for PLAYSTATION Network titles has been expanded.
* Skype has been added as a feature under Network.

Downloads: PSP v3.90 FW (US) / PSP v3.90 FW (EU)

It's important to note that the Skype feature is exclusive to PSP Slim units.
 

Latest PS3 Firmware 2.10 Update blocks RSX exploit?

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366w ago - Many users are reporting that the latest PS3 Firmware v2.10 may well have cancelled a potential RSX exploit that allowed full GPU access on the PS3.

It is no secret that Sony likes to tackle against any potential hacks, and if this is true it would be a discouragement to further Linux development under full GPU access on the PS3.

As always, only time will tell for sure...
 

PSP Firmware v3.80 Update dumped and examined!

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366w ago - Dark_AleX has examined PSP firmware v3.80 changes, and here are the results:

They now know that with Pandora, we can always access the flash, so they've focused on locking down the PSAR and changing the format of the files/flash. Just more tactics to slow down decryption, but it won't work.

They have only changed the keys of the tables of filenames. The prx's keys are the same than in 3.7X.

However, there is a little surprise in a form of new compression algorithm called KL4E, this time sysmem and loadcore are also compressed. Plus... again new nids.

So it would seem as if the newly-released PSP firmware v3.80 has already been dumped and decrypted. Only time will tell is Alex will release an update to M33 CFW or make users wait longer.

3.80 module list and decryption info below:

Only a example, the offsets for show another version in 3.71 are:

- 0x12B38
- 0x12B3C

In 3.72/3.73:

- 0x12BD8
- 0x12BDC

In 3.80 are:

- 0x12414
- 0x12418

And in 3.80 the nid scePaf_82D1FFD2 is scePaf_28A83D9F now.

MAIN380.BIN:

Filename : main380.bin
MD5 : A9CB397585C170AABDE5B44FB98729E9
SHA1 : CA62191C51041B11657F905F8C6011D86469A677
 
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