PSP Firmware 6.10 Now Live

October 1, 2009 Written by Anthony Severino


The latest firmware update for the PlayStation Portable is now live. PSP firmware 6.10 brings some new features to the PSP, but the most exciting new feature is exclusive to the PSPgo. Check out the full PSP firmware 6.10 change list after the jump.

Eric Lempel has announced the features on the PlayStation.Blog just a short while ago, and already the update has been made available for download. Below are all the announced new features you will find in the latest PSP firmware update.

SensMe channels is a new music application for PSP that uses Sony’s proprietary 12 Tone Analysis technology to evaluate music tracks that have been imported from Media Go application on your PC to your PSP. The application automatically categorizes the tracks into 12 channels such as “Relax” or “Newly Added”. Check out the walk-thru demo to see how it works.

Media Go Enhancements
In addition, PlayStation Store for the PSP and PSPgo via Media Go (v1.2) will be updated with a new look on Thursday, October 1. To access PlayStation Store, you need to download Media Go (or update Media Go if you already have it). Media Go is a free PC software application that allows you to easily organize and transfer music, photos and videos between your PC and PSP. It also allows you to access PlayStation Store and to purchase, backup and restore PSP games. Of course, you can always access PlayStation Store directly on the PSP and PSPgo by connecting to a wireless hot spot and simply logging in with your PlayStation Network ID. But for those of you who prefer to use a PC, you will see that downloading games, movies and TV shows for your PSP is easier than ever with the new PlayStation Store on Media Go. With this update, you’ll be able to export playlists onto the PSP. Go to to download Media Go and for more details.

Tethering (PSPgo only)
Another new feature is the ability to use a Bluetooth mobile device, such as a mobile phone, as a modem to connect your PSP system to the internet. This means that when you’re not located close to a wifi spot you have another way to get on the internet via a bluetooth mobile device.

Make sure to check out our PSPgo Launch Center for everything you need to know about the PSPgo.