Well, this week my PSP’s arrived from the States (just the system and the charger only), and I’ve flashed a custom firmware onto it, and at the same time while flashing the firmware for my two other colleagues at work, I bricked one, which I recovered back successfully (much to the disappointment of him). It wasn’t as scary as I thought, probably due to the maturity of the tools and packaged applications to do the flashing easily. Got a 4GB Sandisk Memory Stick Pro Duo with a 2-in-1 USB transfer and charger cable and a black slip-on case with strap at Comics Connection at Woodlands. Total cost: <$200 Singapore dollars. Currrently I’m playing Patapon and Final Fantasy 7: Crisis Core. got I got to play with my colleague’s Dell x50v and flashed it to Windows Mobile 6. Seems that WPA-PSK is buggy in the current latest ROM, so he’ll probably have to use a third-party client to connect to a WPA-PSK network.
At work, it’s really been a horrible week, especially with the future rollout of the new in-house web-based “helpdesk” system, which I think is going to waste even more of my working time handling beureaucratic nonsense blindly thrown by the management. Additionally, I feel more and more like a personal assistant to someone on top of my own duties. This has got to stop.