October 28th, 2010, 13:00 Posted By: wraggster
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Second episode on the case 6.20 HEN (TN). The news comes from two sources, the first is the Blog Total_Noob, Author of this new effort, the remaining source is the blog of Wololo, Another noted authority in development for PSP.
Let's start with what is reported by Total_Noob on his blog, now a reference point for all concerned. The coder said that at present, 92% of the homebrew tested are compatible with the new HEN, including those that use the modules prx, which PSPdisp, CSPSP Online, CAST, LightMP3, PMPPlayer, Go! PRXdecrypter Tube, and other PSARDUMPER .
He is currently working to solve some incompatibilities with the homebrew VLF. In addition confirms the promise to publish the results of its strength before Christmas. Bad news about the compatibility to the PSP Go! given that, despite initial promises, no one gave him (even only on loan) a console to perform the necessary tests. So compatibility with these models of PSP remains unknown.
Let us now turn to the claims of Wololo. He confirms that there are several teams interested in the development of an ISO Loader for the new Hen Total_Noob and many hope the team in January, but still no one has realized his intentions in an "official promise." The only one who initially provided some security was Hrimfaxi (famous for having built the modules and their patches for Prometheus CF) but, according to Wololo, it was just a joke and apparently their relationship is not the most idyllic (if it ever were). About all'HEN, Wololo Total_Noob us that put the "faking region" that will, besides being able to display the icon "TV" available only in Japan, you can use UMD import, since, due to this function, the HEN will be able to get around the "regional locking.
Finally a note from me (which does not happen often, do not worry).
I thank all the people who have taken the topic to date made by the previous news. Today's news was created with the sole purpose of giving due emphasis to the latest updates, placing first in the home page of PSP-ITA, which would not have been possible with a further update of the previous news.
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