The PSP 3000 and PSP Go CFW?

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Jan 5, 2011

The PSP 3000 and PSP Go CFW? by c_house at 6:07 PM (1,496 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. c_house
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    Now that the keys are out for the PSP it should be easy for one of the CFW devs to make an installer for the "unhackable" 3000 and Go, right? Can't wait to see if it comes around.
     
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    Keys aren't out. Somebody found them in the PS3 firmware and has told people where to find them. Nobody has publicly released the keys.

    Also the whole point of the keys is that we won't have to hack. If we can sign eboots they will just run.
     
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    the question is, which developer would do that for the ungrateful psp crowd
     
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    You sound like an idiot
     
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    Oh yeah... Oops, wasn't thinking when I posted. [​IMG]
     
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    in the end. people with a crazy mind would release them to the public after somebody finding it. and besides. if there is no proof that the keys are found then there is nothing to talk about right ?
    oh well. keys are keys
     
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    Oh yeah... Oops, wasn't thinking when I posted. [​IMG]
     
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    Makes more sense to release for PSP (a system nearing the end of its lifetime) than the PS3 (which is supposed to have a good few years left in it). Geohot shouldn't really have released the PS3 keys until the system was going to be otherthrown by the PS4 at which point homebrewers can get their fill of running what they want on the console without having to hack (and there would have been hacks after fail0verflow) and any piracy wouldn't lose games companies as much money so they wouldn't bitch so much.
    Too late now, mind
     
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    really i would rather there be a signed cfw os update so we can use the currently released homebrews rather then having to find signed new copies or sign them ourselfs, this would end in a lot less headache for a lot of people.

    Edit: yes i know that this makes me sound lazy, mainly cause i am >_>
     
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    Then switch to the DS.
     
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    2 points:

    1. I do have a ds with a backup unit but somethings are just better on a psp
    2. the reasoning behind what i said is i dont want to loose saves (i resently had to restart and loose 40+ hours) for some of the emulators because signing the emulator to run proper causes it not to read older save files other then that ive got no issues signing by myself
     

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