Downloading and installing the PSP® (Play Station®Portable) system software update will update your PSP® system's operating system to include the latest security patches, settings, features and other items.
We encourage you to check this page from time to time for system software updates and to always maintain your system to use the latest version of the system software.
The current version of the software, 6.61, was made available on January 15, 2015.
It is a minor update released more than three years after the release of the previous version 6.60 in 2011.
An update to the system software for Play Station®Vita systems and Play Station®TV systems was released on April 18, 2017.
Use this update to install system software version 3.65.
SCE has not gone on record about the update schedule for PSP, but a few major PSP features are still MIA -- most importantly, the aforementioned Play Station Store downloading feature as well as the assumed ability to connect to the Play Station Network community that PS3 currently uses.
As always, you can download the latest PSP updates (once the newest version is available, as some regions might get new versions later than others) through your PSP's Network Update feature in settings, or on Sony's official site: PSP Version Updates (US) PSP Version Updates (EU) PSP Version Updates (AU) PSP Version Updates (JP) With so many fruitcake updates in so short a time, some PSP owners may be forgetting how joyous it was to get bright and shiny new PSP updates back when the system was new.
An update to the PSP® system software was released on January 15th, 2015.
You can use this update to upgrade your system software to version 6.61 (including 6.60).
Yifan Lu, one of the authors of HENkaku, wrote a system on the HENkaku servers to help you simply upgrade to firmware 3.60: If you’re having issues with this easy way, check the detailed steps at the source here.