PSP – Patch 2.7
Ci segnalano in diversi che Sony ha rilasciato una nuova patch per PSP. E' certamente già stata rilasciata per gli utenti americani e giapponesi, non ho capito se esiste anche un corrispondente italiano. In diversi segnalano che il famoso exploit di Fanjita non funziona con questa nuova versione,[...]
Ci segnalano in diversi che Sony ha rilasciato una nuova patch per PSP. E’ certamente già stata rilasciata per gli utenti americani e giapponesi, non ho capito se esiste anche un corrispondente italiano.
In diversi segnalano che il famoso exploit di Fanjita non funziona con questa nuova versione, quindi se siete dipendenti dalle applicazioni amatoriali lasciate perdere.
Aggiornamento: continuate a leggere per il comunicato stampa di SCEE (che mi fa pensare che il tutto sia stato rilasciato anche in Europa in queste ore).
London, 25th April 2006 – Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) today announced that the latest firmware upgrade for PSP, available now, would dramatically enhance the capabilities of the PSP™ (PlayStation® Portable), with the ability to now playback most popular music file formats, stream podcasts to the PSP and save them to Memory Stick, and display Flash® content in the internet browser. The latest upgrade also prepares PSP to act as a receiver for Location-free TV, the exciting innovation in remote TV viewing to be launched by Sony in Europe in May.
As part of the continual upgrade and enhancement programme that ensures PSP owners are able to exploit the cutting edge of entertainment technology and functionality, the latest firmware upgrade (Version 2.70) allows users to enable Flash within the PSP browser and enjoy web content created with Adobe Macromedia® software. Mainly used for website content featuring multimedia and interactive applications, the Flash capability of the browser will significantly enhance users’ multimedia internet experience.
With the RSS feature enabled, the PSP system can link to audio content on Web pages that provide RSS-distributed audio content. When connected to the Internet via the PSP’s WLAN, the system will automatically update the list of audio content items that have been added to these pages, and you can then either stream and play the new content or, with the new firmware enhancement, save it to a Memory Stick Duo™ for playback later.
The latest upgrade also now provides PSP music file compatibility with the most popular music file formats, including MP3, ATRAC, AAC and WMA, providing the PSP entertainment system with one of the most versatile music players available.
With the 2.7 upgrade the PSP will also be prepared to act as a receiver for the revolutionary Sony innovation, LocationFree™ TV. LocationFree is a completely new way of seeing TV. Instead of going to the television set, the TV comes to you (via your home TV tuner) wherever you are. You can watch live TV, play back recorded programmes and even set up future recordings, all from your PSP. LocationFree will be available in UK, France, Germany, Belgium and Netherlands from May 2006.
Together with a wide range of free content to enhance the entertainment value of your PSP, the latest firmware upgrade can be downloaded directly to the PSP browser via WiFi or from YourPSP from Tuesday 25th May 2006.