Sony PSP Firmware 3.0 Is Here

Posted: Nov 21 2006, 5:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:24am CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony PSP Firmware 3.0 is Here
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Sony released the 3.0 firmware for the Sony PSP in Japan for download.

This firmware allows the PSP to interact closely with the Sony PS3. So for the lucky few who own a PS3 this update for the PSP is a must have.

Besides being able to access the new Playstation Network and purchase PSP games and access the PS3, there are other smaller improvements of other features in this update. New improvements touch the RSS reader, the camera accessory is now supported, browser parental control (if I translated that right) and MP3 player got touched.
Sony announced the 3.0 firmware a couple weeks ago. There is no word yet when the 3.0 firmware will be available in the US. I assume soon, as the PS3 is also available in the US.

More details in this Sony press-release (Japanese). Download of the Japanese 3.0 firmware is available here (Japanese).

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