PSP firmware 2.82

Oops! I missed out on this news. But I will report it now.

Well, it has been some time since version 2.82 is out. Here is the update on this new firmware.

[Network]

  • You can download videos and images under [RSS Channel]
  • You can register your devices when you are connected to a wireless access point using [LocationFree™ Player]. Visit http://www.sony.com/locationfree for more information.
  • World Tour Soccer 06 demo is available for download at http://www.us.playstation.com/worldtoursoccer06demo.
    If you are using your PSP to download the demo, visit here for instruction. If you are using PC to download it, visit here.

[Music]

  • You can play AAC files with the .3gp file extension.

[Settings]

  • [Automatic] has been added as an option under [Network Settings] > [Infrastructure Mode].

[Other]

  • Support for the playback of content stored in [MUSIC], [VIDEO] and [PICTURE] at the root level of Memory Stick Duo™ media has been added.
  • Included in 2.81 and 2.82: Patches have been added to address security vulnerabilities in the system software.

Source: Sony

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4 thoughts on “PSP firmware 2.82

  1. Jared

    so, and it doesn’t really have anything to do with this, when i download an mp4 file to my memory stick in “MP_ROOT” and in “100MNV01”, which apparently is the place you store downloaded media video content, it says it transferred, but when i open up my psp there is nothing there… but i DO know that the movie is on the memory stick, also because it takes up like, 300mb’s of space. pls help me out this is extremely friggin frustrating!!!

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