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PSP Firmware update 2.50 is out

The latest firmware for the Sony PSP is out and installed. The most interesting feature is the LocationFree player, but unfortunately the base stations are not yet available in the UK and there is no info yeat on setting up a compatible system using open source tools. Apparently a lot of the software used is based on the open source package LiveMedia (site appears down at present).

Some of the PSP firmware 2.5 features:

– [LocationFree Player] has been added as a feature under [Network].
– [Auto-Select] and [Unicode (UTF-8)] have been added as options to [Encoding] under [View] in the [Internet Browser] menu bar.
– [Text Size] and [Display Mode] settings of the [Internet Browser] can now be saved.
– The input history of online forms accessed through the [Internet Browser] can now be saved.
– Copyright-protected video can now be played under [Video]. (This applies to video data saved on Memory Stick.)
– [Set via Internet] has been added as an option to [Date & Time Settings] under [Settings]
– WPA-PSK (AES) has been added as a security method under [Network Settings].
– Korean input mode has been added to the on-screen keyboard.

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