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    psp Custom firmware 5.00 M33-4 has been released

    Okay folks. Today, Dark_Alex has released CFW 5.00 M33-4 for the PSP. The changelog for this version is shown below extracted from the readme as follows:


    Changes:

    - Speed selected for umd/iso was not properly locked in some new games that used scePower_EBD177D6 instead of scePowerSetClockFrequency to change speed.
    - UMD/ISO speed settings now apply to PSN games too.
    - Fixed libupdown.prx connecting to dark-alex.org instead of sony when npsignin_plugin checks for a new version and m33 update is enabled.
    - Iso file descriptor was not closed in driver deletion
    - Added a shutdown command to vshmenu.


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    I belive the last time i updated i lost the abilty to use earphones/speakers....will this fix this?
    wait...why am i asking? *updates*

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    Awesome. I'll be updating to this. Its really cool that he was able to get the UMD/ISO speed to affect PSN purchases.

    5.00 M33-3/4 firmware with the 3.71 fatmsmod patch and POPSLOADER for 5.00 M33 has really proved itself to be the ultimate CFW for the PSP. Especially the Slim & Lite PSP's.

    Thank you Dark_AleX!

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    For just a small number of things, Thanks but i shall wait till a bigger update,

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    Thanxs..a LOT.

    Waited for that "shutdown command" a long time now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Veskgar View Post
    Awesome. I'll be updating to this. Its really cool that he was able to get the UMD/ISO speed to affect PSN purchases.

    5.00 M33-3/4 firmware with the 3.71 fatmsmod patch and POPSLOADER for 5.00 M33 has really proved itself to be the ultimate CFW for the PSP. Especially the Slim & Lite PSP's.

    Thank you Dark_AleX!
    Today I bought my first PSN game for PSP: Super Stardust Portable. It doesn't work on my Slim with 5.00M33-3 or 4. I get the "Game can not be started" message. I've been hearing that the FATMSMOD patch makes PSN games unplayable, but from what you're saying it's not true.

    I love the fatmsmod patch, but can't live without playing Stardust. If I can play original PSN games with M33 and 3.71 MS drivers then I can agree with you.

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    thanks again, mr. alex.

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    I never managed to get demos from PSN to work, is that normal? That aside, thanks for the updates Dark Alex, you're the man :thumbup:

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    I don't know, maybe I'll try later, that shutdown on xmb sounds good. If the hold plugin I'm using and the custom theme I have, work on it, I'll upgrade and keep it for a long time
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    iRshell still workin alight?

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