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Un-Brick your PSP!

slewfo0t (679988) writes | more than 6 years ago

PlayStation (Games) 0

slewfo0t writes "I looks like the guys over at N00bz have found a way to un-brick your PSP with little more than a battery with modded firmware and a memory card! No more having to send your PSP to Sony so they can rip you off! SCORE for the homebrew crowd!!! From the article, "The fine folks at N00bz have crafted yet another ingenious work of homebrew. This time, it's a program that can recover lost, "bricked" PSP systems from the void — an unbricker called "Pandora's Battery." According to N00bz, "It's the culmination of years of behind-the-scenes research and development by some of the top names in PSP hacking, under the name of the Prometheus project."" Here's the article"
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