Sony psp updating
Sony says not to install the Japanese update if you're not actually in Japan.Sony stopped selling the Play Station Portable at the end of 2014 so 6.61 may well be a last hurrah for the device.The 31MB download is mandatory if you PSPers want to carry on using the Play Station Network, so it's probably a good idea to get it installed and benefit from those barely noticeable stability improvements.Japanese users are the first to get the patch, with UK and US gamers set to receive it at some unspecified point in the future.If no update is found everything is fine and you can stop now and play some games. The rest of you need to make sure your memory card has 21Mb or so free space (update sizes vary a little). Read what's in the update and press 'right' one more time. It is vital you don't unplug or turn off your PSP until the process is complete; you could cause a lot of trouble. Using the PSPUsing Your Computer Using a UMDInstalling Custom Firmware Community Q&A Your PSP firmware controls your system settings, and new versions get released to add features and fix errors and security problems.Says Sony as part of its release notes, users located in other regions will be seeing the new firmware version at some unspecified point in the future, and shouldn’t try downloading this version.
and that they were actually working on it in the first place.Installing a Custom Firmware on your PSP 1000 has never been so easy.In this page I’m describing the easiest possible way for you to install the most reliable Custom Firmware on your PSP: Pro CFW.Sorry to disappoint): Skip this step if you already have Firmware 6.60 installed on your PSP.In order to install Pro CFW on your PSP, you will need to first update your PSP to the 6.60 Sony firmware (which, at the time of this writing, is the latest firmware released by Sony), if that’s not already the case.
Sometimes something odd catches us off guard — like Sony releasing a new firmware update for the PSP after years of nothing at all.