The purpose of this webpage is to provide information (a majority are secret or are hard to find) on the Sony Play Station Portable.
If you think you know all there is to know about the PSP, read the following and you might learn a thing or two that you didn't know before.
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Unlike the Play Station Portable, there is currently no native CFW for its successor, the Play Station Vita, although there is a CFW framework.
There exists e CFW for the PS Vita, too, meaning custom firmware for PSP running in the PSP emulator of the PS Vita.
These e CFWs include ARK, TN-V and more recently, Adrenaline, which includes more features since it was hacked from the native side.
If you have OE/M33 firmware equal or greater than 3.52 M33 and lower than 3.52 M33-4, please start from Section B. If you have OE/M33 firmware equal or greater than 3.52 M33-4 and less than 4.01 M33, please start from Section C. If you have OE/M33 firmware equal or greater than 4.01 M33 and less than 4.01 M33-2, please start from Section D. Custom firmware is commonly seen in the Play Station Portable handhelds released by Sony.Notable custom firmware include M33 by Dark_Ale X as well as those made by others such as the 5.50GEN series, Minimum Edition (ME/LME), and PRO.And with a Duplexing Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) able to process pages at up to 24 ipm*, scan and copy jobs are a breeze.