Sony PSP Firmware 2.5 Got Released

Posted: Oct 13 2005, 12:09am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:37pm CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony PSP Firmware 2.5 Got Released
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Apparently Sony started to make Sony PSP firmware 2.5 available via the Sony PSP network update, reports PSP Updates.

I could not find any official Sony information on what the new Sony PSP update can do yet. PSP Updates writes that it includes the Location Free TV player and a couple other minor improvements.
PSP Updates has the firmware 2.5 as download on their site (upgrade on your own risk...).

Sony Japan has now published officially the Firmware 2.5 for the Sony PSP. The new features are Location Free TV Player, Unicode (UTF-8) support in browser, browser font size, browser history, some sort of DRM support for Videos, time sync. via Internet, Korean keyboard input and the WPA-PSK was enhanced. More details on the Sony PSP firmware update page (Japanese).The Sony PSP Firmware 2.5 comes at the heels of the quickly released Firmware 2.01 that fixed a security issue that could let Trojans brick the PSP.

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