Developer Davee has been working on the PSP 3000 for quite sometime, seen in the tweets below. He started this project about a year ago and finally has time to play around with it.
01g working. 02g TA-88v3 working. Next step is 03g
— Davee (@DaveeFTW) September 15, 2015
I am really not looking forward to testing the unbricker on my PSPgo. The flasher is scary enough.
— Davee (@DaveeFTW) September 8, 2015
I will test once more on PSP 1000, then begin the PSP 3000 test.
— Davee (@DaveeFTW) September 23, 2015
Today he posted a video of his work on a PSP 3000 and this is a great development. A lot a people know that the PSP 3000 is very hard to work on. Right now Davee has tested his poc on the PSP 1000, 2000, & 3000, this only leaves the PSPgo and E1000.
Here what he had to say about this work on the PSP boot time hack..
“Last year all I had was a proof of concept and even then it was bare and barely touched. Today, I can now confirm that the boot-time hack works on PSP 1000, 2000 and 3000. This leaves only the PSPgo and E1000 left, both of which will require a little more fine tuning to conquer.
Other than the remaining devices, I still require a recovery menu/system for when unplanned “mishaps” occur. I’m not sure if people are still developing on the PSP, but I’d like to invite everyone to come and write a recovery for this system. The conditions presented is not like a normal PSP application so please get in contact and I’ll give you the information you require to get started. I would only recommend developers who are aware of the internal workings of the PSP. I don’t plan to have a complex application for recovery, so I’m looking for a good app that I can include as an official bundle for release.”
I just like to say this is great progress and change wait to see a release once he is done.