TN Hen: almost there

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176 Responses

  1. jacky says:

    Looking forward to!
    Everyday come to see see!

  2. Flipper3249 says:

    @ ~SUPER-_-TRUTH~

    … Why u say how to proceed !

    I will laft of u if wollolo or T-N read this and block the Homebrew if the 6.20TN

    is protected !

    (sorry for my bad english)

    Good week !

  3. JAPM says:

    gracias ya voy pa un año sin poder jugar na en mi psp los quiero…. lo apoyo

  4. noobpwnr says:

    This may have been asked a million times, but does it support plugins?

  5. HIN says:

    I am from hongkong
    is it work for the newest 6.36 game??

  6. eddie says:

    According to CrapLoad, he says TN is trying to block plug-in’s. I don’t know but, we have to hear it from the creator. The only thing I want to do with my PSP is use plugins such as the cheat device. If it doesn’t support plug-in, might as well stick to the HBL.

  7. svenn says:

    Great work, thx for the information! On the topic of illegal backups, its you’re own choice. If sony did not want this to happen over and over again to there psp, they should have released an open source develop pack, (I believe Apple does this, so why can’t Sony ?!). Homebrew as Wagic do earn the name of full game, I have played (and payed) for way lesser games then some ‘homebrew’. Indie game makers are the right way !

  8. ~SUPER-_-TRUTH~ says:

    @ Flipper3249
    wololo knows it himself. Trust me Wololo in a way wants it to disappear, but wouldn’t that be the downfall for hacking. Without home-brew the psp becomes boring. In a sense Home-brew has actually brought more customers to the PlayStation world. Who doesn’t want home-brew? Sony is really trying there best to get rid of it. It’s one of those things where it’s a have to. Sony wants people to pay for there games people so buy them. Think about it if more people bought there games Sony wouldn’t see it as a downfall. They probably would encourage these people to make the psp better. Sony could hire these programmers for small task. Some people hack to be known, but can’t really show there selfs. They are afraid of getting sued. Thats my theory of the hole thing.

    Think about this: I know what I am about to say may make you think or may or may not be possible. BUT Think about this for a minute.

    Dark Alex disappeared. A new hacker comes. There is a possiblity it could be dark alex or there could be a organzation where people are learned to hack. I could be apart of it, or I could want in but where do I turn? People all I am saying is: You should “Ponder”.

  9. a894505085 says:

    ????????umd????????????

  10. a894505085 says:

    shen dian nongzai umd nei cun ka ye xu bei feng sha le

  11. Bishal says:

    i have psp 2003 5.5 version….
    when it’s hack will be release?
    please give me solution and suggestion for this

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