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#219375 by D-TeK-DeV
Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:40 pm
When do you think it'll be possible to be able to play online without having the latest FW (Firmware)? 2.02 wasn't forced because it wasn't a very important patch, but due to the exploit, the next update will need you to be on the latest FW to play online. To by-pass an update on the PSP, it used a plugin that needed CFW (The plugin tricked the system into thinking that it was the latest FW). It would be great if that Open CMA app took part into something like this.
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#219381 by rafael707
Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:44 pm
D-TeK-DeV wrote:When do you think it'll be possible to be able to play online without having the latest FW (Firmware)? 2.02 wasn't forced because it wasn't a very important patch, but due to the exploit, the next update will need you to be on the latest FW to play online. To by-pass an update on the PSP, it used a plugin that needed CFW (The plugin tricked the system into thinking that it was the latest FW). It would be great if that Open CMA app took part into something like this.


either someone configures a script for a proxy, or sony forgets to patch the opecma trick this time around..
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#219763 by ikithme
Mon Dec 31, 2012 5:33 am
I don't think it will happen, Sony already had one similar device to learn from (PS3).

IMO, its going to be update and lose eCFW or don't update and lose online play and maybe even PSN entirely in the future.
#219988 by FBJ
Mon Dec 31, 2012 4:49 pm
The surest solution to this dilemma is a second console.
#220079 by JVC
Mon Dec 31, 2012 6:53 pm
FBJ wrote:The surest solution to this dilemma is a second console.

If you have money,until then just either stay outdated for a better proxy method,update or get another one.

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