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Outa-Space homebrew lets you remove PSP functionality

Andrew Yoon, @scxzor
February 20, 2007
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Do you feel like your PSP does too much? Maybe you want to remove some of it's functionality, so it can be more of an antiquated machine. You can remove these features from your PSP flash memory:

  • Un-needed fonts
  • Camera / GPS functionality
  • Network Update
  • Certificate Utility
  • The photo menu
  • The music menu
  • The video menu
  • The XMB's web browser
  • RSS functionality.
And why would you want to get rid of any of these? Well, the PSP's internal memory is only so large, and some homebrew users might be interested in making incredibly large gameboots. Certainly, this is an interesting concept: a homebrew program that removes functionality, instead of adding it.

See also:
Would Sony eliminate PSP features?

[Via PSP3D]







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