News via http://www.psp-hacks.com/2010/10/08/...o-be-released/
Breathing a little life back into the scene is Total_Noob, well known and respected PSP hacker / developer, who has claimed to discover a kernel exploit in PSP firmware 6.20. Yessir. Total_Noob is currently working on 6.20 TN, which behaves like HEN. Remember HEN? Itís a homebrew enabler unlike HBL. HEN remains active & resident in memory leaving you able to launch homebrew directly from the XMB after HENís initial execution, which appears to be done through HBL.
The video demos the kernel exploit; though it isnít that clear. You can see Total_Noob executes something from an HBL menu and the screen flashes purple near the end. That purple flash indicates the exploit was successful. No mention of whether or not firmwares > 6.20 are exploitable by the same means.
This all seems very promising, and with a kernel exploit, the possibilities are nearly endless. Perhaps soon weíll see fully hacked PSP-3000s and PSPgos! Total_Noob is aiming to release 6.20 TN before Christmas. So whatever you do ó do not update past 6.20 ó if you havenít already.
Good lookiní Total_Noob
Without a permanent system-flash patch, this (and all those other HENs) isn't really all that useful.
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