Scott Hanselman

PSP Playstation Portable 2.0 Firmware Update

August 25, 2005 Comment on this post [3] Posted in Reviews | Gaming
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System_updates2_head2Just wirelessly downloaded the new PSP 2.0 Firmware. New features include a legit Web Browser which makes the PSP finally useful enough to carry in my bag with me. Also new in the 2.0 release is a Wallpaper feature, new graphics format support, support for unprotected AAC and WAV audio files which should please my iTunes collection.

This device has so much potential it's ricockulous.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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August 25, 2005 17:40


that's frakking halrious...

August 25, 2005 19:04
Scott did you run any of the homebrew software on the 1.5 version of the firmware? The upgrade to 2.0 apparently breaks all of that functionality and I am holding off just because of that.

How are you finding the new 2.0 firmware so far in comparison to the 1.5?
August 31, 2005 18:17
I have PSP myself, and the web browser totally changed the way I use PSP.
I can check email (Gmail) with it and read news. I wish Sony made it more open for people to write apps on it, but still... like you said, Scott, this device has so much potential.

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