Alright, since PSPCaliber have already passed the 2.00 PSP white logo in their homebrew system, is that all they have in their code, and nothing else? Not that I am dissing them, I have faith for them, and I believe in them that they can do it. But I'm just thinking about a little theory to why the PSP shut off might happen in their 2.00 homebrew app.. :)
What if they, say, copy and paste a homebrew game into their new 2.00 homebrew app system, or go ahead and make their own game, or start making "hello world" from their current standing point, do you think the homebrew will/may start?
My theory is this. I think if PSPCaliber is only focusing on the basic app. to get homebrew to load, but don't have a real homebrew to run, other than the header (passing the PSP white logo), the PSP automatically shuts off.
What if, they go ahead and try putting a game (Or just 'Hello World') in their program now, and that way, when the memory card loads after the header (PSP white screen), it will find a game or app to load, therefore, passing the PSP shut off errorr.
I believe the reason why it may shut off is because there is no real homebrew to load after the header (PSP white logo). Right now, after it loads the heading, there is nothing else there to load, therefore the PSP 'thinks' it's a bad program data, and automatically shuts off. If the PSP recocnizes there is some other data there after the PSP logo header, maybe, just maybe, perhaps it will find/recocnize something that's actually there, and start the homebrew. :)
In short, my theory is, if there is no homebrew after the PSP logo header, it automatically shuts off after attempting to search something that is not there. If there is some coding, or something that it can recocnize, after the header, it will/should load the homebrew. :)
I'm not sure if it'll work though. It's just a little theory I had. Maybe I'm just over/under-estimating the power of Sony, and that there is much more to cracking the software after loading the PSP logo header than I imagined. Or Maybe perhaps I'm just confused on how homebrew really/should/could work for newer systems. I don't know. Like I said, it's just a little theory that may not even work at all. :think: