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Old 17th April 2009, 01:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Time to know a litte more about your psp!

That's right, time to know your PSP! This post is especially helpful for those who have yet to fully decide whether or not to get a PSP, and which model to get. It took you guys a long while to finally get aboard the PSP wagon, and finally you're here.



You've seen the ads: from hairballs to graffiti, from posters on train station walls inviting you to "Take a running jump here" to dudes in bathrooms and planes telling you to get your own, even to poseur fans blogging about desperately wanting one, it's time to really see and make the choice for yourself.



Given that some of the older models are slowly being phased out (if not already), you might have a hard time obtaining them, depending on where you live. If the chance presents itself though, and you have to make a choice - the PSP 1000, 2000 or 3000? - then you better know the differences between each of them.



Rest assured QJ will be with you all the way in this awesome ride. Let's get this baby rollin' then!





PSP Phat (1000)







First up is the classic: the PSP-1000, better known as the PSP Phat (or Fat, whichever way you spell it).



Backstory:

First announced at a press conference before E3 way back in 2003, ex-Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Ken Kutaragi dubbed it then as the "Walkman of the 21st century." The following year, at E3 2004, Sony officially unveiled this little multimedia wonder, much to the delight of the awaiting fans and impressed critics.



And then the glorious day arrived. December 12, 2004 became witness to the birth of the PlayStation Portable, launching in Japan with a successful 200,000++ units sold on the first day alone. Three months later, on March 24,2005, the PSP finally crossed the oceans to North American shores. The reception was resounding despite the initial concern over the supposed high price of the handheld. After a month-long delay, it then made its way over to the PAL region on April 25.



Specs:



When it first came out, the PSP Phat was sold with only two variants of retail configurations. There was the Core Pack (aka the Base Pack), and the Value Pack. The Core Pack is the basic unit package which contains the console, a battery, and an AC adapter. On the other hand, the Value Pack gets all that's in the Core Pack and more, including headphones with remote control, pouch, and wrist strap. Later on, the Value Pack would see some variations in the accessories included in it.



And then here are the numbers for the hardware:


Full form: 17 x 7.3 x 2.2 cm (6.7 x 2.9 x 0.9 in)
Weight: 280 grams (9.88 oz)
LCD screen: 11cm (4.3 in)
Pixel video playback capability: 480 x 272, with 16.77 million colors
Functionalities:


USB 2.0 mini-B port
WLAN switch
Power cable input
UMD drive
MemStick Duo flash cards reader
built-in stereo speakers and heaphone port
IEEE 802.1b Wi-Fi for the Internet, ad-hoc multiplayer gaming, data transfer

Homebrew Heaven:



Being the burly handheld that it is, the first PSP model can take more punishment than its two descendants. It can handle a few careless moments and a bit of neglect (let's keep it at just FEW and A BIT, ayt?). But certainly, the PSP Phat isn't just famous for its sturdiness. There is, in fact, that one other thing that it (and QJ) is known for - homebrew!



For PSP homebrew neophytes out there, if you're planning to get a PSP all for the sake of hacking and homebrew, the PSP Phat is your baby. It runs all sorts of homebrew - apart from the model-specific ones, of course. This is where it all began, basically. It was with the Phat that the brew community's pillars built their foundations: Nem, PSP-Dev, MPH, Fanjita, Ditlew, Booster, Dark AleX, and many others, opened the gates to homebrew heaven and paved the golden road that you are all enjoying today (but we'll have another space for their tributes at another day here on QJ - so do watch out for that as well!).



On the downside, if you're not into hacking your PSP, the PSP-1000's obvious flaws will definitely bring the fun factor down. For one, it's plain bigger and heavier than the other two models, it has no video out, and it doesn't support charging via USB. Also, well, Sony did not exactly punch the air and cried out "Woot!" to all the delicious homebrewed concoctions that came out.



And so we now have the Official Firmware Updates (OFW). But our homebrew gods are not to be deterred. To counter this, we now have the Custom Firmwares (CFW). It's a never-ending overtaking of capabilities from then on out, and really, it's us who benefit the most, actually. It's a mad, mad race out there. MAD, I tell you.





PSP Slim and Lite (2000)








Backstory:

A mere couple of years after the release of the Phat, word was already abuzz about Sony prepping for the launch of a new PSP model. Back then, there were a lot of rumors, denials, speculations, denials, bucketloads of "No Comments" from Sony reps, and more rumors. And denials.


At the E3 2007 however, Sony could no longer keep up with all their denials and instead confirmed what many have predicted all along: a new PSP version, to be released in September of 2007. Say hello to the PSP 2000.


Better known as the Slim and Lite, the second model is 33% lighter and 19% slimmer than the Phat. With its RAM beefed up to 64MB, the PSP Slim also outperforms Phat with its faster read and load time. It's got about the same battery life as Phat, but you can use a PSP-1000 battery to prolong the Slim's batt life.



Specs:



There's also an improved LCD screen and a TV out, so the bigger screen option is always open, and gameplay got better with its improved D-pad and analog stick (if you can call it a stick). Slim also has the benefit of charging via USB, which is handy if you're downloading a huge file and you forgot to charge the day before.


It's better in some ways than Phat, but not in all aspects. For one, the lack of a metal chassis on Slim makes it feel so flimsy and fragile. It also lacks the IR port that Phat has. Plus its TV output is limited to progressive scan TV sets; luckily, this can be remedied with homebrew plugins.



Homebrew Heaven:

As far as homebrew goes, most PSP-2000s can run 1.5 kernel-based homebrew by using Time Machine. Unfortunately, the infamous TA088v3 motherboard still hasn't gotten hacked, so those Slim PSPs won't get any homebrew anytime soon. There was a rumor about the said motherboard getting hacked, but it was a fake, and all it did was get hopes up.



PSP Brite (3000)



Backstory:

Prior to release, Sony proudly introduced the PlayStation Portable's latest model with its vibrant new screen as the centerpiece. The improved LCD, increased color range, and five times the contrast ratio of the Slim gave it its nickname, PSP Brite. This bright screen is also equipped with anti-reflection technology which improved playing outdoors in broad daylight. To reduce ghosting and blurring, Brite came with faster pixel response and a new sub-pixel structure.



Unfortunately, controversy erupted at the PSP-3000's release, when its pride and joy turned out to show interlacing-like lines during on-screen motion, and dark lines when on-screen brightness changes drastically. While some PSP-3000 owners really don't mind this "feature", as Sony called it, It turns out to be a big deal breaker for many would-be buyers.



Homebrew (yet-to-get-there) Heaven:



Then there's the matter of homebrew. The PSP Brite is still new, but while it's understandable that it hasn't been hacked yet because of this, there is a bit of growing concern that Sony might have really, finally padlocked once more the gates to all that is homebrew. Heck, TA088v3 on the Slim hasn't been hacked yet.



Hopes are high, though, and optimism is abundant, as a silver lining appears to be up above, thanks to the efforts of FreePlay and Matiaz (and recently, Team Noobz joining the power team) in bringing us the GripShift exploit. We're still keeping our fingers and toes tightly crossed for a major breakthrough here, but if there's anything that the PSP brew history has taught us, patience is the key.



Conclusion



So which model suits your preference the best? They say the PSP is a dying console, but that still is highly debatable. Despite the seemingly lackluster software lineup the past couple of years, we still firmly believe in the PSP as the foremost handheld gaming console of the current generation.



There's still more to see from this little wonder, believe you me. And you bet we'll be right along with it. You all are more than welcome to join us, too.





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The PSP Homebrew Dictionary


















Howdy, folks. As promised in our Facebook account, here's the first in our QuickGuides series, the PSP Homebrew Dictionary. Because even the greatest devs started out as noobs.



The goal is to make a dictionary of PSP terms that even those who never even heard of homebrew will be able to understand. Hopefully this will help more PSP owners get familiarized with homebrew. Let's get started!





Brick - A brick generally occurs when an electronic device is rendered inoperable, therefore becoming as useless as a brick. This is often due to corruption of one or more vital components necessary for operation. It can be caused by errors in the PSP's firmware, IDStorage keys, or IPL. You can avoid many causes of bricking when installing homebrew by reading the documentation beforehand.



C and C++ - Two of the more popular languages in PSP Programming. C++ is more powerful, but C is easier. They are commonly used in conjunction with a set of computer programs called a toolchain.


Changelog - Usually found in the ReadMe file of a homebrew application. Contains documented changes of the application during its development.



Cold Boot - A "hard start" for your PSP. Basically it's when your PSP starts up, and you hear gentle tinkly noises, then you see the start up screen:




CSO - A compression method. Used to compress ISO images of PSP UMD games. Sometimes also referred to as CISO (Compressed ISO).


CTF - A theme format that offers more customization compared to a PTF theme (though is potentially more dangerous). CTF themes require custom firmware and can change everything from the icon placements on your XMB, to the PSP cold boot.



Custom Firmware - Custom firmware are modified versions of the PSP's official firmware. Custom firmware allow for homebrew execution and higher levels of PSP customization.






Dark AleX - Fondly known as DAX to his legions of followers. Though he hardly needs any introduction, DAX is known for his fast releases of stable and reliable custom firmware, as well as various programs like Despartar del Cementerio, Time Machine, and LEDA.



Despartar del Cementerio - A universal unbricker developed by Dark AleX. With the exception of the PSP-3000 series and models with a TA-088v3 motherboard, Despertar del Cementerio has the ability to unbrick any PSP regardless of firmware, region, type, and motherboard.



Downgrade - Downgrading is the process of installing a lower firmware version on your PSP. This is not supported by Sony and may remove some PSP features that are only available in higher firmware. Downgrading is usually done when you need to run certain types of homebrew.



Downgrader - An application or program that allows you to downgrade your PSP firmware.



Dump - It's a more benign term for ripping, in a sense that dumping usually means backing up data, whereas ripping usually means pirating. When you dump an ISO, for example, that means you copy the game from a CD/UMD/cartridge and back it up as a file. When you dump the NAND of your PSP, it means backing up the data your PSP needs to start up.




EBOOT - Refers either to the executable format or the process of executing unsigned code on the PlayStation Portable. Simply put, if we have executables (.exe) to run/install programs on PCs, we have EBOOTs for the PSP.



eLoader - Short for EBOOT Loader. It allows you to run homebrew on PSP FW 2.0 and higher.





Emulator - A program that mimics other video game systems, and allows you to play games from that platform. An SNES emulator for instance, allows you to play SNES roms. In terms of emulators, a ROM is a copy of the data that makes up the game. ROMs are acquired by the process of dumping. Zx-81 is one of the more prolific programmers who released a gagillion emulators. DaedalusX64 is an N64 emulator in development.



Exploit - You will usually hear developers going ga-ga when they hear that someone's found an exploit. Exploits are weaknesses found in firmware, allowing you to play unsigned code. The latest exploit was found in the old PSP game, GripShift, which exposed a vulnerability in the PSP-3000.




Firmware - If PCs have BIOS (those blue or black screens that pop up when you start your PC), then PSPs have firmware. Firmware is basically a computer program that is embedded in a hardware device.





Flash0 and Flash1 - This is the heart and brain of your firmware. These folders contain files that your PSP needs to run. It's best not to mess with them unless your name is Dark AleX. If you ever find that you need to mess with them, make sure you have backups, or else prepare a box of tissue when you brick your PSP.



Flashing - Rewriting (adding, deleting, changing) content in your flash memory. Needless to say, you can brick your PSP if you don't know what you're doing.


Hard Down - Downgrading done via hardware, as opposed to a Soft Down.


Hello World - A simple program used to test exploits, displaying text on the screen saying "Hello, World."

HEN (Homebrew Enabler) - An application that allows unsigned code or homebrew to be launched and run from the PSP by making use of exploits on the 2.00 to 3.50 firmwares and certain commercial games as long as it is active.



Homebrew - Games and applications created by unofficial software developers.



IPL (Initial Program Loader) - The IPL is a part of the PSP's system software that is the first to be run during the boot process. It is responsible for loading the PSP's system software.








iR Shell - A shell by AhMan that acts like an operating and navigation system. It's an organizational tool that basically replaces the PSP's XMB. Instead of using the XMB, you use iR Shell to load and run things, to access the PSP's features, etc.


ISO - ISO is short for ISO 9660, a standard published by the International Standards Organisation to describe a standard format for disk images. PSP ISOs are files containing an image of the contents of a UMD disk, usually a UMD game.



Jigkick Battery - See Pandora's Battery



Kernel - A component that grants access not normally allowed for users. It's basically the barriers that prevent users from accessing things that could damage how the system works.



Lua - Lua is a simple and lightweight scripting language used to create games and applications. It is usually used as an entry-level programming language for coding PSP games and applications.




Magic Memory Stick - See Pandora's Battery



Mod (hardware) - Mods refer to physical modifications made to the PSP. This can range from simple changes to extensive changes. An extreme example is this mod from alien_x, who disassembled the entire PSP and arranged its innards on a sheet of plexiglass:





ms0: - You will hear this a lot when dealing with homebrew. This refers to the root of your memory stick.


NAND Chip - You will occasionally encounter this term thrown around by devs. It refers to a chip on your PSP that contains sensitive data like the IPL, the IDStorage, and the flash memory. End-users of homebrew shouldn't concern themselves with it.



Pandora's Battery - Team C+D's Pandora's Battery is the collective name for a Magic Memory Stick and a JigKick Battery. These two can be used to downgrade or unbrick a PSP. A Magic Memory Stick is a converted Memory Stick Pro Duo, while a JigKick Battery is a converted PSP battery. Making them were a complicated process when first introduced to the homebrew community, but since then the process has been simplified with various prepper homebrew.



Plugin (PRX files) - Used in custom firmware for customized functionality in your PSP. Plugins can have various or specific functions, from simple things like turning off your PSP screen to save on battery life, to stopping your PSP from loading the UMD when you're in the XMB. To activate plugins, you'll need to edit VSH.txt in your memstick's seplugins folder, and then you have to activate the plugin via the VSH Menu.



POPS - This is the PSP's built-in (hence, official) PSOne emulator. Short for PopStation.


Popsloader - Some firmwares have difficulty playing certain PSOne games, so the Popsloader is there to load POPS from other firmwares to make them run correctly.


Portal - In PSP terms, a portal is a webpage that contains Flash-based games, applications, and links to other useful sites. Portal applications for the PSP can be accessed by way of the PSP's built-in web browser.



PSP (PlayStation Portable) - A handheld game console released by Sony.



PSP Brite - This name refers to the PSP-3000 series. The 3000 series features an improved LCD that has an increased color range, five times the contrast ratio, half the pixel response time, and anti-reflective technology for improved outdoor play. It also has interlacing "features," but let's not get into that.



PSP Phat - This name refers to the original PSP-1000 series.



PSP Slim - This name refers to the PSP-2000 series, which is 33% lighter and 9% slimmer than the original PSP-1000s. The internal memory (RAM and Flash ROM) is double than that of the Phat. It has 64 MB while the Phat only has 32 MB. This extra memory opened many possibilities in homebrew development.



PTF - A theme format that offers less customization compared to a CTF theme. PTF themes can be run on official firmware and usually change only the XMB's icons and wallpaper.



Recovery Menu - Before the release of the Pandora Battery, the Recovery Menu acted as the front-line recovery tool for the PSP, since it was still accessible if a PSP becomes semi-bricked. It can also be used to make changes to the PSP's firmware and functionality. This is where you go to activate plugins. You can access the recovery menu by holding R when turning on your PSP.



ReadMe - Usually comes packaged with homebrew. Should contain useful information like installation procedures, changelogs, and known bugs. It is advised you read it before installing the homebrew.







Shell - A shell application is an alternative OS that replaces the PSP's XMB. Most shell applications replicate the XMB's functionality, adding a few extra features such as CPU overclocking, text and ebook readers, and others. It can even mimic the environment of other platforms, like Windows, Mac OS, the iPhone, and even the Wii. Perhaps the most popular shell application is AhMan's iRShell.



Soft Down - Downgrading done via software, as opposed to a Hard Down.




TA-088v3 Motherboard - What you don't want to end up with if you want custom firmware on your PSP. This mobo appears on some of the newer models of the PSP Slim. Devs are still figuring out how to hack this motherboard. Dark AleX has released a program that allows you to find out if your PSP has the mobo.







Theme, XMB Theme - PSP themes allow you to change the appearance of your PSP's XMB. Starting with firmware 3.70, Sony has released official PSP themes along with a program that lets anybody create their own themes. The number of official Sony themes are still dwarfed by user-made "unofficial" themes.




VSH - Another name for the XMB, but it has more access to the PSP's settings than the XMB does.



VSH menu - This allows you to change certain PSP functions, like the speed of your CPU Clock, and could also allow you access to the recovery menu. If you have CFW on your PSP, you can access this by pressing select while in your XMB.




XMB (Cross Media Bar, XrossMediaBar) - The XMB is your PSP's graphical user interface (GUI). It is basically the main menu, where you have access to the PSP's main functions, like playing videos and music, running games, and accessing the PlayStation Network. It's very intuitive, and Sony even won an Emmy Award for it.




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Wahh really nice information.

Very useful for psp noobs like me!

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wa so long. i lazy read thn i just immediately scroll down.
bleh. maybe cos im in a rush now =x haha! tonight see i not lazy to read or not ><

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wa so long. i lazy read thn i just immediately scroll down.
bleh. maybe cos im in a rush now =x haha! tonight see i not lazy to read or not ><
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wow detailed intro on the psp. I guess you have to write another one at the end of the year when the new psp will be introduced - PSP Go! that is if the on-going rumours are true. apparently it will drop UMD discs and have download only games from PS Store. look forward to the announcement on that at E3 2009 in June.

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anyway just to add in.

psp3k and 2k(TA88-V3) has been homebrew allowed to play homebrew games i know this is abit outdated but nvm just update here for ppl see also..

homebrew =/= ISO/CSO (refer to abv whats the diff in post 1)

make sure ur set is at 5.03 and do not update it as we have no known ways of downgrading it currently. 5.03 runs the CHICKHenR2 and allows the playing of homebrews and there are actually pretty fun homebrews out there in the net. also i believe emulators works so u can get SuperSmash Bros on the PSP isnt it cool or what? lolx..

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Re: Time to know a litte more about your psp!

Originally Posted by xxleoleoxx View Post
anyway just to add in.

psp3k and 2k(TA88-V3) has been homebrew allowed to play homebrew games i know this is abit outdated but nvm just update here for ppl see also..

homebrew =/= ISO/CSO (refer to abv whats the diff in post 1)

make sure ur set is at 5.03 and do not update it as we have no known ways of downgrading it currently. 5.03 runs the CHICKHenR2 and allows the playing of homebrews and there are actually pretty fun homebrews out there in the net. also i believe emulators works so u can get SuperSmash Bros on the PSP isnt it cool or what? lolx..

hope ahheng dun mind i hijack his thread abit
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Good work!

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That is useful. Thanks!

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