After the launch of firmware v3.00 in November and following a series of bugfixes, Sony has finally pushed out v3.11. From our perspective, there’s not much this update will offer to the majority of PlayStation Portable owners unless they currently stream content from a LocationFree base or plan to purchase games through the PlayStation 3 Online Store.
- Support for PLAYSTATION Network titles has been expanded.
- Support for the MPEG-4 AVC format has been added under [LocationFree Player].
- [Conserve Memory] has been added in [View Settings] under [Internet Browser].
- [Dynamic Normalizer] has been added as a feature under [Sound Settings] in [Settings].
- Support for PLAYSTATIONÂ®Network titles has been expanded.
- [Reset Game] has been added as an option to the menu for PLAYSTATIONÂ®Network titles.
Also, as always, to update your PSP to latest firmware you can either download the file directly to your PSP using a WiFi network or download the update to your computer from PlayStation.com and copy it over to the PSP. Also note that upgrading to the latest firmware will prevent homebrew apps from functioning. If you wish to run your own applications you may want to try installing the v3.10 custom firmware.