To quote: Hi everyone, a new PSP system software update, v6.38, will be released soon. System software stability during use of some features will be improved.
Also, there's an update to Media Go slated for this week that adds supports for new Xperia mobile phones (PLAY, arc, neo) and WALKMAN devices, along with some installation, performance, and stability improvements.
As always, we will update this article with the PSP Firmware 6.38 download links when they become available.
159w ago - Sony's VP of Network Operations Americas Eric Lempel has announced today that PSP System Software update version 6.35 is now available which supports Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity along with Media Go updates incoming.
For those unaware, according to Wololo this update patches the Hot Shots Golf exploit.
To quote: The next PSP (PlayStation Portable) system software update (v6.35) is coming soon.
This is a minor update that prepares your PSP system for the upcoming launch of "Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity" - a new, cloud-based, digital music service from Sony that will give music lovers access to millions of songs stored and synchronized through the cloud.
165w ago - Recently gnie has released Console Stream Media Info v1.0, a nice tool that will allow you to check the stream info frame size, subtitle, audio, video, streamID for PS3 (.pam) and PSP (.pmf and .mps) files.
291w ago - Poison has released a new PSP homebrew utility dubbed "HostCore." Essentially, it creates a virtual bridge between a PC and PSP, allowing users to access media content located on their PC from the PSP.
Fully compatible with Custom Firmware 3.90 M33, the plug-in supports loading music, photos, videos, and games from either WiFi connection or USB.
312w ago - Sony's PSP Media Manager is a decent enough piece of software. You click, you drag, you browse, it gets the job done. Only problem is, for some ridiculous reason, you have to pay for it. Stupid!
Stupid in the West, at least: Sony have announced that Japanese consumers can now download the software free of charge from their PlayStation Store. Sucky news for us, right? Not even close. Fumble your way through the Japanese install and you'll find the program itself runs in English. Perfect, legible, sweet English. I just installed it, used it, tested it, it all works. You can download it from the link below courtesy of the Japanese PlayStation Store.