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06-26-2006, 03:37 PM
for my PSP heads.. this can be great. time will tell.

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The U.P. (Undiluted Platinum) PSP ModChip is a flash replacement system for the Sony PSPô which allows the use of previous flash updates or custom firmware builds, This ability creates the opportunity to run unsigned homebrew code on even the latest Sony PSP Handheld Portable. There is no more need for Unreliable Hacked Firmware. The U.P. contains 32MB NAND flash which is programmable from a PC via USB Cable with user friendly software. The Dual-Boot Feature of the U.P. PSP Mod Chip (http://javascript%3Cb%3E%3C/b%3E:void%280%29;) allows you to boot from the PSP's Onboard Flash, or the one mounted on the Undiluted Platinum PSP ModChip; You can tell your PSP which Flash to use by a single button being pressed during power-up. Hold L1 during power up to boot from PSP flash, or dont hold anything to boot from U.P Flash Default. Since U.P. provides a secondary flash which the PSP can boot from, it can even be used to restore a PSP which has been "bricked". Every effort has been made to make our flash updater software, which will be freely available for download, both as easy to use and reliable as possible. The software also contains diagnostics which can be used by installers to determine if an installation has been successful or not.

The U.P. has been designed to minimize installation difficulty and effort. A FPC (flexible printed circuit) cable is included which routes the essential signals from the PSP motherboard to the U.P. main board and U.P. USB connector. Copper enamel wire is included, which will provide the connection between the FPC cable and the motherboard signal traces. The FPC cable also helps by reducing the mechanical stress placed on the solder points, making a U.P. modified PSP shock resistant which is important for handheld systems.

The FPC cable end to which the USB connector board attaches is routed into the battery compartment and sits above the battery. The Battery Cover can be replaced after flash updating and the cable remains safely in the compartment until the next update is required, whereupon the USB connector can be clipped in place within a few seconds. This means that the U.P. is completely contained within the PSP under normal usage and avoids any unsightly external modifications to your PSP. PSP is after all portable, letís keep it that way!

In order to maximise the benefits that U.P. can provide its users, The U.P. PSP Mod Chip (http://javascript%3Cb%3E%3C/b%3E:void%280%29;) has an open source approach, and will be releasing source code for any software U.P releases, as well as full documentation for the U.P. hardware interface - including information on how to control U.P. from within PSP programs. This will allow anybody to create software which can take advantage of what U.P. has to offer. This means there will be some guaranteed great programs from the scene's best Hackers.

06-26-2006, 04:19 PM
I knew this was gonna happen eventually. It sounds interesting but honestly I'm done fuckin with my PSP. I tried to put lights in my shit and ended up fucking up the power connectors. Out of commission for 3 months. So no more soldering for my PSP.

At least until it gets cheaper.