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Business Week dubbed this the "carrot-and-stick" approach. Users attempting to downgrade their PSP using this software instead found that is was rendered inoperable as this software deleted important system files.
This launchpad project is for communication and bug reporting.
Downloads are made from com website  and no code change is done in Launchpad project.
Sony released version 1.51 of the PSP firmware in May 2005 to plug the holes that hackers were using to gain access to the device.
On June 15 2005 the hackers distributed the cracked code of the PSP on the internet.
Previously, UBV colors were used to derive cluster ages, luminosities, and masses, assuming an extinction interpolated from neighboring stars.