Updating a psp
the ability to extract the files from your umd and put two or three games on a memory stick to save power and eliminate the need to carry around multiple umds is very cool.
i am not sure what the legal issues are with extracting the iso from a umd you own and using it on your own device, but i treat it as i do with dvds that i own and then rip to a portable device format that i play on my memory stick.
i loved playing donkey kong country on my snes console and enjoy playing it, along with many other snes and game boy games, on my psp.
i then read that hackers finally cracked the umd format and were able to extract the iso files from the umd.
i already watch videos on my memory stick, but would love a better way to navigate in the movie itself.
Requirements: PSP Phat or PSP Slim with 3.52 M33 or higher.
if i perform the update, however, i lose the ability to play emulators and full psp games off my memory stick.
i have other devices i browse the 'net with so web browsing with an awkward input method isn't a big deal for me.
When FSCO sends an email notification to the Pension Plan Administrator, FSCO considers the email to be received.
If the PSP has an out-of-date email address for the Pension Plan Administrator, this is not considered an acceptable reason for waiving any late fees or other penalties that are incurred as a result of not receiving the emails.