The prolific homebrew developer Red_Squirrel (also the creator of Time Machine Configurator and CTF Manager) has just informed us that version 3.3 of RSPsar Dumper for the PlayStation Portable has been released. This version though was not made by Red_Squirrel but by the the Shadow's dev of PSPGEN.
RSPsar Dumper's previous version received support for custom firmware 3.93, so it's only fitting that the devs add a major function in this release. True enough, that's what Shadow's dev of PSPGEN did. Version 3.3 of RSPsar Dumper - an application that extracts and dumps firmware from an Official Update Eboot - will now allow the decryption of the PlayStation Portable's official firmware 3.95. Here's the complete changelog:
* Fix a bug in lib.prx
* Added 2 new decryption keys in pspdecrypt for 3.95
* Support to 3.95 added in main program
The dev didn't provide a readme in the file, but Red_Squirrel's site has enough information on installation and on how to use the homebrew app especially for those who'll be using RSPsar Dumper for the first time.
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