After the initial release of Dark~AleX time machine software, he later integrated said time machine function in his pandora unbricking software, known as despertar del Cementerio (DC/DDC), which did not only allow pandora users to boot an entire (custom) firmware from the memory stick, but also allowed the installation of a complete firmware, be it an official one or a custom firmware.
Near the end of the 6.xx custom firmware scene, developer Neur0n has updated Dark~AleX DDC software to install the firmwares 6.60, 6.60 ME-1.8 and boot the 6.60 ME-1.8 from the memory stick.
Today time machine has got yet another update, which should be seen as an update to Neur0ns time machine update itself.
Developer Rahim-US, known for porting Neur0ns famous ME and LME custom firmware to firmware 6.20 and updating and improving said custom firmwares, has done yet another incredible thing:
He has updated Neur0ns time machine software, which was an updated version of Dark~AleX’ time machine for (not only, but including) firmware 5.00 (M33-4), which originally was able to install and test boot the 6.60 ME-1.8 firmware, along with installing the official 6.60 firmware.
The new and updated time machine software is now capable of installing and test booting the 6.60 ME-2.2 custom firmware, currently the most advanced and versatile custom firmware for any Playstation Portable.
Another change is that Rahim re-added some of the missing Nand Tools functions, which were present in Dark~AleX’ DDCv8, but missing in Neur0ns DDCv9.
Creating and restoring nand dumps is now possible with the new improved time machine, along with the other mentioned functions.
It is worth to stress that this software does only work in combination with a pandora kit (a pandora battery and a magic memory stick), and only supports the PSP 1000 (any PSP 1000) and most PSP 2000s (any PSP 2000 except for those using the TA-088v3 motherboard).
A comparison of Neur0ns DDCv9 for the 6.60 ME-1.8 and Rahims new DDCv9 for the 6.60 ME-2.2 can be seen in the video above.