Since upgrading all of my PSP units to 3.52, I decided to make some alteration to X-Flash
so that it could be run on these units with limited functionality so that I could still
use the features that aren't firmware dependent. This means that the program has a new
option to be run without any firmware version checking at all, but it's still a 1.50 kernel
mode program, and I don't know if it will start, or how it will behave with newer firmwares,
or running under Time Machine. I have only tested it with 3.52 M33-3 which is one of the
last true 1.50 kernel mode hybrid firmwares.
The option to skip version checking disables MOST of the original functionality, although the
menu still operates the same, you will not be allowed to select firmware dependent features.
This may be liked for nostalgic purpose, or as in my case, it may still be useful for some of
the generic features such as firmware dump, changing gameboots, and plain black backgrounds.
All file writes are still verified.
Some new functionality may be implemented into a future version of X-Flash.
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