PSP repair blog

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Free psp system upgrade

Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) released a major update (v2.70) for the PlayStation Portable (PSP). Once PSP owners can have a free psp system upgrade, they will be able to playblack Macromedia Flash files through the WebBrowser and save Podcasts to the Memory Stick through the RSS Channel.

Here is the PSP Firmware v2.70 ChangeLog:

PSP Firmware v2.70 ChangeLog:

You can now play Macromedia Flash content under [Internet Browser]. *Note that you must adjust a setting to enable this feature. A connection to the internet is required to adjust the setting.

[Connection Settings] has been added under [Settings] in [Internet Browser].

You can now save content added under [RSS Channel] on a Memory Stick.

[Automatic] has been added as an option under [Rate] in [Location Free Player].

[UMD Video L/R Button] has been added under [Video Settings] in [Settings]. You can now disable the channel skip feature of the L/R buttons. (This applies to UMD VIDEO.)

A new file extension has been added to playable AAC formats.

[Simplified Chinese] and [Traditional Chinese] have been added as options under [System Language] in [Settings] > [System Settings].

[RSS Channel Settings] has been added under [Settings].


Post a Comment

<< Home