Homebrew team releases PSP unbricker

pandora1.jpg The Noobz team has done it again, this time releasing an unbricker for all PSP systems (to their knowledge). It does do some funky stuff with your battery so make sure you use a spare since you won’t be able to use it again. The nice thing about this is that you could have a chance of resurrecting that brick of a PSP back from the dead.
So if you haven’t already, go get yourself a copy of Pandora’s Battery, and see if you can’t bring some of your lonely PSP’s brothers back from the grave. As always with homebrew, read the instructions very carefully. They’re not to be trifled with. Not that you could possibly screw a brick up anymore than it already is.
Oh, and in case there’s any concern over whole actually gains credit for it, Noobz has also published a list of the respective C+D names with the more publicly known names of the homebrew developers. It’s interesting to note that you can see some names that are fairly familiar in the homebrew world and very established. Should be interesting to see what Sony does to get around this, or if it’s even possible to do so seeing that this battery/memory stick combination seems to be pretty bulletproof for installing the 1.50 firmware.
Via PSPFanboy