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So I finally got custom firmware installed on my PSP slim -- I'm surprised it took me so long (a whole five days, including waiting for my battery to arrive). [wink] Here is how I did it, in case you also have a PSP and want to install firmware on it, but don't want to go Googling through half-complete forum tutorials written by the largely illiterate.

Since I live in The Canada, this was legal for me to do. Poor Americans.

Anyway, now that I've done it I've been playing SNES and PS1 games. I could probably try setting up a development environment and testing out SDL, though. Maybe even finally deliver on that "CSRPG2 on PSP" scam that I had going way at the start of this journal.

If you guys have a PSP, make sure to modify it -- you can still buy commercial games and feel good about it, but you can also get a lot of software which delivers on the promise of the machine, particularly PSPRadio and a Remote Desktop client.

Scary Observation

This journal has been around for almost two years now. It's lasted longer than some peoples' entire film careers.

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This guy has too much free time on his hands and not enough memory.
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Original post by Ravuya
Since I live in The Canada, this was legal for me to do. Poor Americans.

Yes, but for how long?

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I already did it, so it's not like the RCMP will come and sodomize me if the law changes in the Amazing Future.

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