Lite Blue Tool Question

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Nov 29, 2008

Lite Blue Tool Question by Kbs at 2:56 AM (1,473 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. Kbs
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    Since Christmas is coming up I'm thinking of asking for a PSP (preferrably a PSP 3000 but I know they can't be hacked...yet), so since I'm still VERY new to all this PSP stuff and CFW. Is the Lite Blue Tool even close to being able to hack the 3000 or am I better off just getting a PSP 2000? Also, if getting the PSP 2000 is a better choice, what are the chances of getting one that doesn't have that new motherboard in stores?
     
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    Dark Alex needs to find a way to dump the IPL with out hte IPL the battery is useless
     
  3. Dark

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    Just wait till mid december. DarK Alex will probalay hack it by then. Don't buy the psp 3000 yet [​IMG]
     
  4. Knarf

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    The 3000 will be hacked soon. Either late december or early january. Just sit back and wait. If you can find a good deal on a PSP 2000 I say get one of them. The 3000 is indeed better (built in mic, better screen, and better av/out) but the psp 2000 is perfect for hacking. Easy, cheap, and pretty muh damage free if you know what you're doing.
     
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    K guys, I've got another question and I don't think it really deserves a new thread so I'll ask it here. I've been reading that the PSP doesn't support WPA2 network security. Is this true or is there anyway around this? I don't want to change it to WPA or WEP when I've got a bunch of other wireless electronics set up with WPA2 at the moment.
     
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    it's the DS that doesn't support wpa.
    wpa works fine on a psp.
     
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    get a psp 2000, 3000 has some issues with the new screen because the pixels on the new screen are arranged horizontally not vertically like the 2000 and 1000.
     
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    Is it a common issue? Although, I'm pretty sure I read somewhere it's not too noticeable and won't affect gameplay.
     
  9. xist

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    The screen isn't an issue unless you play with the PSP 3 inches from your nose.
     
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    I'm surprised no one mentioned that newer slims can't be hacked either for the same reason the 3000 can't.
     
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    If you get a slim go with the daxter bundles. most of them are still hackable. The newer 2000 series releases are getting fixed so there un hackable.
     

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