Updating psp to 3 52
According to Fanjita, the bricks occurred due to a "a delicate decryption algorithm" in the program.
Renowned homebrew developer Fanjita wrote an article over at the Noobz team website regarding the recent PSP brickings involving a "broken version of the latest M33 custom firmware, deliberately distributed by a certain disreputable piracy site." (that's downright shameful)This is not just some random post, mind you, as Fanjita noted that they are working on a way to fix the broken PSPs.
Due to this, when you enter in game menu and there is some iso, if a video iso was currently mounted, it will automatically be unmounted. * UMD audio isos are theoretically supported, but not tested. Apparantly, a lot of people are getting bricks from updating to this. I think that the Flash 2 and 3 just store a couple files for the PS1 emulator, but I'm not completely sure about that one.
This update can be very dangerous to people who do not follow the terms of conditions or the steps in the readme.
But the good thing is that Fanjita and the rest of Noobz team believe that there's a way to undo the damage the algorithm caused.
The developer mentioned that they've been studying Team M33's code and are currently working on a project regarding this.