New Developments In Sony PSP UMD Hacking

Posted: Jun 14 2005, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:04pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

New Developments in Sony PSP UMD Hacking
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A video of a Hello, World test application running on a Sony PSP with new Firmware 1.5 has appeared on the web.

If this is no fake, it could mean that UMD game hacking might work after all. We featured a report from Tom's Hardware that said UMD hacking is probably not feasible. Tom's Hardware has now a follow-up article (Thanks Yizhi S.) triggered by the new developments. The new report points out also the economical downsides of running hacked UMD disc, if it ever becomes possible.

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