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 Jun 16, 2005 - 02:00 PM - by Michael
* Yahoo picks up on PSP Swap Trick

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Playstation2/Sony
Yahoo's caught on - you can, theoretically, run homebrew apps on a 1.5 PSP.

But they buy into Sony's FUD far too much.

The exploit may not be practical or safe (an accompanying warning says it could cause damage if done improperly), but it represents a challenge to Sony's policy of tight control and opens the possibility that PSP games could be pirated.
The risk to the memory cards is real - the risk of pirated games wandering around, given the cost of memory cards that have even half the space of a UMD game, is not.
 

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