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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by iaintmad, Sep 25, 2007.

  1. iaintmad

    iaintmad Member

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    whats are the difference(s)between 3.71m33 and 3.60 M33 ?
     
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    3.71 is more uptodate
     
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    what differences?

    both can play downloaded games right?
    or only 3.60 can?
     
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    yes they can both play iso's from memstick,you will need 3.60m33 on the psp slim to be able to upgrade to 3.71m33
     
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    so basically there isnt any difference right?
     
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    sicdude Regular member

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    there may be a few slight differences but nothing major
     
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    thanks thanks
    :)

    any more detailed answers?

    i'm deciding to go with 3.60 or 3.71
     
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    Changes in 3.71 M33:

    - Now uses 3.71
    - VSH Menu is not longer launched using HOME key, but using SELECT now. This is to not
    interfere with the XMB function of home, which is now more useful in this firmware.
    - Psp Slim: umdcache was allocating memory even when homebrew was launched, wasting
    memory that homebrew programs may want to use. Now umdcache module is stopped before
    it can allocate any memory, only in the case homebrew is launched.

    Also, memory is unprotected for user memory usage by M33 core (only when homebrew is launched).
    Developer, for a sample of how to use the extra memory, see the extra ram sample of the M33 sdk.
     
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    thanks alot!
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