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Why do sony keep releasing new firmware

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by emofive, Jan 12, 2008.

  1. emofive

    emofive Regular member

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    I mean someone is going to hack it sooner or later and you don't need it for any of the new games or anything
     
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    rickem Regular member

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    every new release comes with something extra. Check the release notes. it's just the more the PSP can do, the more sales of it itself. I know when i was at crap-mart people were buying them up just for remote-play with their PS3.
     
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    strygwyrm Regular member

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    Every update Sony comes out with is made to make it harder to hack/ mod and it also includes more features (.pft themes, etc) to lure people off CFWs. So Sony is basically taking shots in the dark and hoping that they can make a firmware that would be unhackable which isn't going to happen when people like Dark Alex and The M33 team on the PSP scene
     
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    ok thanks for the explanation. and how do they make new firmwares?
     
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    strygwyrm Regular member

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    if we knew that there would be billions of different firmwares flying around
     
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    to upgrade it (internet radio isnt in 3.71)
     

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