La compañía Datel está anunciando una batería para los modelos 2000 y 3000 del PSP que estaría ya “pandorizada”. Se trata del “Lite Blue Tool Service Mode Battery“, que según Datel permitiría entrar al modo de servicio, dando así acceso al flash donde se puede instalar el CFW. La batería tendría un precio de venta en los Estados Unidos de $29.99 y en Inglaterra de $19.99. Citamos a Datel al respecto:
“Although there were early indications that the PSP3000 had embedded Service Mode capability, it was clear that silicon level investigation would be required to understand the new mechanism.
Once the target IC had been identified, our engineers then de-capsulated the device and prepared it for hi-resolution SEM imaging.
The engineers then used circuit extraction to reveal the additional service mode only encryption functions which were not present on earlier generation PSPs. In order to be compatible with these encryption functions, Datel created an advanced IC controller which will be put straight into use in their newest service mode battery technology”
Y lo dice Dark_Alex al respecto:
“1. To have a LED indicator ON, doesn’t means that you can install cfw or hack anything. Remember 088v3 mobos? Right.
2. It’s spreading like a timebomb that it can be hacked and so on. Well, what any user can see is an interesting campaign to promote an article that is not yet released. It would be interesting to see.. how about an old “hello world” like on Noobz time, instead of a “buy today” call?
3. Just to remember all this things up, LED indicator ON and nothing on screen means directly what Dark_AleX explained here about the preIPL.”
Pudiera ser un truco publicitario, habrá que ver cuando salga al mercado y alguien audaz la pruebe.
Fuente: PSP Slim Hacks, PSP Hacks