Interview With Sony PSP Homebrew GTA Hack Coder Fanjita

Posted: Dec 21 2005, 1:37am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:55pm CDT, in News | Gaming

Interview with Sony PSP Homebrew GTA Hack Coder Fanjita
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There is a new Sony PSP homebrew code loader through the GTA game save function as we reported a week ago.
PSP Emulation has published an interview with Fanjita, the programmer behind this Sony PSP hack.
Surprising facts from the interview: Sony PSP homebrew coders can be married and have a day-time job.
Quote from the interview:
Q: "What are you currently working on. Anything you care to mention or hint to?"

A: "Right now it's all about fully-exploiting the GTA exploit, so that proper homebrew can be brought to the v2.01 and v2.5 users. I'm hoping to be able to release that as a little Xmas gift, but time is getting a little short now :)
I tried a downgrader, but had to give up because it doesn't seem possible with this exploit. v2.6 will also be difficult, because the security is getting tighter and tighter, and extracting the info we need to use 2.6 properly is currently very hard."
Read the full interview. The Sony PSP is still selling apparently quite good in the United States. Sony says they are on track to reach the 6 million mark by year end.

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