However, unlike the later Remote Play feature between the Play Station Vita and the Play Station 4, the Remote Play capabilities between the PSP and the PS3 are much more limited.
Although most of the PS3's capabilities related to its main user interface are accessible with Remote Play, playback of DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, Play Station 2 games, most Play Station 3 games, and copy-protected files stored on the PS3's hard drive are not supported.
Updates add new functionality as well as security patches to prevent homebrew applications and plugins from being executed on the system.
On the PSP console, the XMB had top level icons for Photos, Music, Videos, Games, Networking (which allows the use of the web browser), Settings and Extras. With the PSP, using the Home button while playing music would allow users to browse photos without stopping the music.
While XMB proved to be a successful user interface for Sony products such as PSP and PS3, the next generation Sony video game consoles such as the Play Station 4 and the Play Station Vita no longer use this user interface.
Danish, German, English (United States), Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese (simplied), Chinese (traditional).
The Play Station Portable system software is the official firmware for the Play Station Portable.
There have been no more movies released on UMD since 2011, and the final Harry Potter movie was one of the final releases on the format.