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PSP: Under the hood of 6.61 Infinity

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16 Responses

  1. Byte says:

    He also explained on Twitter that, because of bricks reported, v1.02 has been retracted and v1.00 is the downloadable version on the website. He wasn’t able to reproduce, but doesn’t want to take any chances potentially bricking people’s PSP(go)’s.

  2. nebu_187 says:

    isnt the last model PSP street E1000 5st only released in europe ”unhackable” ?

    • pez2k says:

      As explained in the article, Infinity initially boots 6.31, which isn’t supported on the Street. This means that Davee’s initial exploit can’t be used to start a CFW at boot time.

      However, signed CFWs that you have to manually start from the XMB still work on the Street, as they appear to the system as legitimate retail applications.

  3. nebu_187 says:

    isnt the last model PSP street E1000 only released in europe ”unhackable” ?

    • DaniPoo says:

      There is no such thing as an “unhackable” device..
      Become a hacker and hack the crappy little thing to bits!

    • HuhuPSP says:

      Use SIGN_NP.EXE (version 1.03) to sign any of psp ISO and run directly from menu!!! CFW isn’t required to run BACKUP games for all versions of PSP!!! CFW is required for plugins only (tempar, cheatcw etc… )

  4. ManekiNeko says:

    On a whim, I decided to install Infinity on my PSP 3000. Took a little trial and error, but it does work! I can shut it off, turn it back on, and it’s still hacked and ready to play all my games. I probably won’t be doing this with my Go, however… not if I have to sacrifice the pause/resume feature for it.

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  6. ZeroSbr says:

    Why do we care anymore? Not to be rude, Davee’s work is definitely appreciated and still used, but what’s the point of this article? The PSP scene is done, Davee got a ton of praise when he released Infinity, and there’s no reason to bring it up again unless it’s relevant to active scenes like the 3DS/Vita/PS4/Switch. Even if people do learn how Infinity works, what’s the point? The PSP has already been hacked to death, and that knowledge probably won’t be too useful in hacking more secure devices like the 3DS and Vita.

    • pez2k says:

      It’s interesting to read about the specific exploits involved and the techniques used to find and take advantage of them. It doesn’t have to be practical information to be of interest. Even if it was an exploit on a PS1 I’d be interested to read about it.

    • Because for some people the point isn’t only piracy, it’s the hacking process itself. How does this article hurt you any? What makes you think there’s any more relevance in your commentary about the article? Just move along.

  7. Lollypop says:

    Infinity go tijdmachine hybride plz

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