Sony has just introduced its latest system software update for the PSP, numbering version 6.39. This update will help guide you PSP owners through the PlayStation Network (PSN) password change process, while bringing along the fringe benefits of system software stability alongside improvement in some features.

This is good news, considering the recent PS3 firmware release helped fixed serious security issues, so it makes perfect sense for Sony to look out for their PSP fanbase as well – after all, there are a few dozen million PSP handheld consoles that do connect to PSN as well.

Just make sure your PSP is fully charged so that the entire password change process will be as smooth as possible – after all, you do not want to end up with a device that dies on you while you’re at a crucial point in your password change process, only to start all over again, do you?

For those who have already performed the update, how do you find it? Did you run into any known issues? Do let us know in the comments.

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