PlayStation Store access via the Media Go application for the PSP is being discontinued later this month, Sony has confirmed. The PlayStation Store and any features which require access to PlayStation Store within the Media Go application will no longer be available after the October update. If your PSP (model PSP-E1000) does not have Wi-Fi you need to download your content no later than 24 October 2016.
Sony has released a new firmware update for the PSP. Firmware version v6.38 is a minor update that improves the stability of the system software during use of some features. In addition to the new Firmware, Sony has also updated the MediaGo applicaiton for the PC.
Sony has updated the Media Go application for the PC once again. The application has been updated to version v1.5 and now supports video playback for content downloaded via the PlayStation Store and allows you to queue multiple items for download. You can find the changelog below.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced a new version of the Media Go software for the PC, bring the current version to v1.40. The free application allows users to manage their PSP and PSPgo systems as well as access the PlayStation Store to download games, videos and other content.
A new version of the Media Go application is now available to download for the PC. The free PC software already lets you manage the games, movies, music and videos for your PSP but Sony made a few improvements for you in Media Go version 1.2. The first improvement is that you can now transfer play lists from your PC to your PSP, so you can have specific playlists ready to take with you on your PSP whenever and wherever you want.
PSP Firmware 6.10 is now available to download. The update adds new support for the Media Go application and also adds Internet Tethering support to the PSPgo. The update will be needed to access the PlayStation Store and to play the latest Mini Games, coming out today. See below for a detailed changelog.