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RIN, the Gameboy/Gameboy Color emulator for the Sony PSP handheld, has
made its release of version 1.13. As usual, this emulator requires firmware 1.0 to
run. Here's the list of changes from the <a target="_blank" href="http://mirakichi.hp.infoseek.co.jp/software/Readme_v1.13_e.txt">English Readme</a> provided by <a target="_blank" href="http://www.emuholic.com">Smiths</a>:
  • v1.13 (2005/05/22)
  • Performance Improvements (LCK &amp; ruka)</li>
  • ZIP File support (henoheno &amp; ruka)</li>
  • Analog pad support (kmg)</li>
  • Various items added to key config</li>
  • Ability to define simultaneous button presses in key config</li>
  • Others</li>
» Download: RIN 1.13 <a href="http://www.ngemu.com/files/psp/RIN/RIN_v1_13.zip">Binary</a> | <a href="http://www.ngemu.com/files/psp/RIN/RIN_v1_13-src.zip">Source code</a> <br>» Visit: <a target="_blank" href="http://mirakichi.hp.infoseek.co.jp/software/RIN.html">RIN Homepage</a>
 

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tonyyeb said:
What are these developers going to do when PSP games update everyones firmware automatically?
Why does the firmware important. I know that for the emu's to work you need japanese psp and not updated. I just want to know why they can make the emu's for the updated psp's with new firmwares?
 

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Becaause obviously new firmware versions break the ability to use these programs. Im sure developers will fidn a way round them but how long until the next firmware release breaks it again?!

Its like when people found a way to decrypt encrypter satalite broadcasts. The broadcasters would just change the way they encrypted making it hard for the crackers to keep up.
 
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