Updating psp go firmware
I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to: lest you “brick” or otherwise kill your unit.Also note that you can likely minimize the problem of slow or stalled downloads by actually downloading the firmware update package on your PC or Mac. Here’s my article on the subject: Download Sony PSP firmware update Hope that’s useful.Insert the Memory Stick, turn on the PSP unit and scroll over to the "Settings" section of the Xross Media Bar.Scroll down to the "System Settings" section, press the "X" button, and then scroll down to the "Format Memory Stick" option and press the "X" button.With the exception of the PSP GO, all PSP models are compatible only with the Memory Stick Pro Duo format, meaning no other type of memory card can be inserted into the PSP system.The Memory Stick slot is located on the bottom-left edge of the PSP system.
The PSP 1000, PSP 2000 and PSP 3000 are only compatible with the Sony-introduced Memory Stick Pro Duo but, with one in hand, users can install it into their PSP system in a matter of minutes.There is a flaw in the design of SSL 3.0 which basically makes "secure" connections insecure if they are being attacked by someone using the Poodle Attack.Due to this, most Web sites accessed over HTTPS dropped support of SSL to force connections to use the newer and secure TLS.In that situation nothing bad will happen if you kill the download halfway. Then all you have to do is copy the downloaded firmware package onto your Sony PSP and run it.