Sony PSP Firmware 2.0 With Web Browser First Impressions

Posted: Jul 27 2005, 4:54am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:17pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 

Sony PSP Firmware 2.0 with Web Browser First Impressions
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As reported a couple days ago Sony released today the firmware 2.0 for the Sony PSP. I was checking all day until the page finally updated in the last hour or so.

I have downloaded the 16MB update file for the japanese Sony PSP. I do not know if this update will work on a US Sony PSP. So try on your own risk. I have a Japanese release PSP so I do not have this issue.
The EBOOT.PBP files needs to copied to the memory stick under the folder PSP/GAME/UPDATE
After that try to access the memory stick from the menu. The PSP is then detecting the update. After confirming a license agreement the update process starts.
I was waiting for the WPA-PSK support to connect to my wireless infrastructure. So far I could not get it to connect. It throws an 8011042 error. A error message would be nice. If anybody knows this error, please email me. So I have to play with that a bit longer ot finally browse I4U News on my Sony PSP.
Below more screenshots from the browser.

Update:
I made several photos of the Sony PSP browser displaying web sites like Gizmodo, Engadget, Playboy to name a view. You can view them in this gallery.


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Sony PSP Firmware 2.0 with Web Browser First Impressions Future Technology News technology Review

Sony PSP Firmware 2.0 with Web Browser First Impressions Future Technology News technology Review

UPDATE:
More Sony PSP Browser Photos showing I4U.com.

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