holy crap! I think you made some serious progress here :) It makes my screen all tan with a black box
yay! hope this pans out
This is real, and it works
Already working on making something of it :Jump:
now we need some more .tif that does something more usefull than making the screen tan
NICE ONE! Lets keep the scene real - I can't agree more :)
SO is this it?!?! He can run homebrew? Or am i getting too excited.
Nice one. Out of curiosity how much space are you limited to in the tif file?
Interesting, but it will be a challendge :P
so guys how do you make this run please help i a noob please :humped:
You don't yet. Us programming noobs wait for the programming gods to give us something useable.
good job! using homebrew on 2.0 is getting closer than i thought..
Well..this is very nice progress. I believe that this may be one way to getting homebrew on 2.0, but I am almost certain this isn't the ONLY way. Here is to hoping that tonite I will be playing Phantasy Star IV on my 2.0!
I hope they can get this working I want the web browser and homebrew.
I'm in the UK and deliberately DIDNT update my psp to v2. Does this exploit actually require v2? I'm a bit wary about updating my firmware.
Yes I belive it will require 2.0. No point in trying to crack 1.5x since most people stuck with 1.5x have updated to 2.0. And I think .tiff support was added in 2.0.
Yes, you need the background to start the frame buffer and the photo finish! :Punk: 2.00 will be hacked first! Update so you can play all the cool features while you wait :) .Quote:
Originally Posted by Fade
Originally Posted by Protoss
hmm, i think i'll hold off for a little while to see how this develops. It certainly sounds very promising. :)
Of course, you must have a 2.0 PSP to do this Exploit because you must exchange your background and 2.0 only can do this.Quote:
Originally Posted by Fade
Edit: Sorry MICHAELSD, i didn't see your reply.... :doh:
Come on you coding gods! :
Well done elz, who coded ( figured it out) btw?
Could some one explain in english how to get this to work or what programs you need to this ? :Cry: :humped:
i dont exactly understand what this is but its the beggining of homebrew on 2.00 for sure
Can anyone break this down into how this is going to help launch homebrew?
all i can say is, this is one small step for man, one ciant leap of psp
heh heh, good work chaps, and thanks for the short process, no crappy waiting about, and releasing files etc etc
good stuff (all devs take note)
Ok so I think I understand this all...what it does right now is just turn the PSP background a different color right? WHY RITA WHY? Why must you make me evacuate!? Now my computer is all the way in Houston, and I am 6 hours away from it :( At least I brought my USB cable
don't worry if you can't get it to work,you're not missing much-it is confirmed tho,and that's all that matters. hopefuly someone will shape this into a usable exploit for running homebrew sooner rather than later,but it will be done,it's only a matter of time now.
all you 2.0 users should just go and have a beer and celebrate,cause you'll have your homebrew shortly....and maybe us 1.5 users will get to check out that web browser ;)
Tell me... What EXACTLY does this do again? :confused: :think:
I don't want to risk bricking my PSP if it's not worth it. :p
From what I can tell on the front page, it is a different way to load images/photos on your PSP, or something that only buffers them, or what?
I uses uffer overflow to run a script.
From my understanding (correct me if I'm wrong) this is just a proof of concept code that exploits a flaw in the libtiff library that the PSP uses. I don't know the specifics, but I think it changes the background of the PSP to a tanish color, to prove that something is being done. It is a buffer overflow.Quote:
Originally Posted by N-Mario
Its only photos! It wont brick your psp!