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    PSP - UK version

    Hi,

    Do you sell the UK version of the PSP, I can't seem to find it on your site (only Jap)

    And do you have any in stock?

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    Wat's the problem with Jap version ?
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    Apologies bud, we dont stock a UK version I do have the white version and ive not had any problems at all everything works/runs fine


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    Last edited by wesleyaldred; 30-10-2005 at 06:12 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Noni
    What the hell does "WTH" mean

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    I've ordered one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Voralberg
    Wat's the problem with Jap version ?
    I thought some of the menu's extra were in Japanese, right?

    I asume it plays UK games and UK UMD's?

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    nah menus are english also can be changed in settings
    Quote Originally Posted by Noni
    What the hell does "WTH" mean

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    What firmware does the Jap version have - can it be updated to a UK version?

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    You just upgrade it to the latest Jap version, there's nothing to be gained from having a UK firmware.
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    Don't upgrade to 2.1. You can't play emulators or games on a 2.1. Upgrade to 2.0 and then use the MPH Downgrader to downgrade to 1.5 for emulators and games. I'll pm you a link to the downgrader and some emulators if you want.

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    If you do want to play homebrew stuff, then be careful upgrading to 2.0 as 2.5 is now the default upgrade if you upgrade the psp directly over the internet.

    I can't be bothered with homebrew (most of it's rubbish) so I'm quite happy running v2.5
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    Exactly. I'd much rather have all of the latest official psp upgrades than home cooked, possibly dodgy and potentially psp killing! Watch out, there are virii about.
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    If I was buying a PSP - the homebrew side is about the reason to buy it for me

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    The firmware on the version we have in is 1.5/2.0 and if you ask most people they will tell you that 1.5 is the best and i wouldnt disagree to be fair

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    Last edited by Steve A; 31-10-2005 at 12:26 PM.

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    Yeah, but im not bothered about homebrew stuff. Is the webbrowser better in later versions because thats something i'm most interested in (after games). I also plan you use it to control my wireless Squeezebox.

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