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5 Responses

  1. eric says:

    SONY is not as foolish as you think .i guess SONY is waching now until they decide to fix it and release a new ofw.And sth like new psp,psp2,psp4000,…etc,they are rumors.there is no official anouncement.however,everything is possible,who knows.
    PSPfans only care about hacking and playing .other things go to heck.

  2. cypriotbro says:

    well basically i think it’s because in 5.50, as we all know, they have removed tiff compatibility, meaning that to find a new exploit we would have to adapt the current hen to it which wouldn’t be too easy.

    anyway, i’m accually exited for the psp2/psp 4000/ psp3g (whatever its gonna be) as it will probably be majorly updated and i’m sure that there will be atleast a few new security faults.

  3. wololo says:

    tiff is still compatible with 5.50. They just removed the support for external alpha layers

  4. NyghtcrawleR says:

    They may be waiting until the new psp comes out/announced at E3. We’ll have to wait and see.

  5. phicha says:

    maybe true that sony is tired with old psp and focusing on psp4000 😛

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