Looks like these guys should have read THIS THREAD and in particular my POST.
BTW - My PS3 can run anything i want on it! (Yes even .NET code) and i've going to upload millions of 'Proof' video's but won't let anyone verify it, except all my closest pals.
PMSL jeese, when will you guys grow up.
If you've done it - fair play to you, but why even bother saying anything.
There's a recent episode of South Park that reminds me of this situation.
A bunch of harley riders kept going through town being loud and thinking that everyone thought they were cool because of what they were doing.
In the end, nobody thought they were cool. Everyone thought they were just fags...
A proof of concept is meaningless when it's not going to be a final product release for that purpose. I really don't understand why to "share" a video showing something that we already know ... the PSP can be hacked, this sure is a real waste of time.
This would only have some sort of sense if they do so for releasing the hack when stable, but since it's not ... the hole video deserves a big MEH
@D3M0N2009 Have I wronged you in some way for attacking me like that?, I was merely expressing an opinion like anyone here does but apparently the way I expressed myself has in some way hurt you or made into a direct attack.
I am not demanding a custom firmware in fact I don't even have a PSP anymore and couldn't care less if CW comes out for it or not. But if you are set on censoring my opinions and calling what I write stupid I'll simply stop commenting.
Guys you did a great job.. keep up good work.
11-24-2009 #18Banned User
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Kids like these are in the wrong scene. As stated in a other thread this is a hack scene not a bible group. Every HB (even if it is compiled with so called public licenses) is illegal. The software of this units if Wii, PS3 or x360 are copy protected and what ever. To modify it will be ILLEGAL!!
Even if you use it to repair or unbrick it
I love this scene BS about legal/illegal Hombrew or good and bad Hombrew... such a fail in definition.