How to Run ISO/EBOOT.pbp without Hacking

Discussion in 'PSP - Tutorials & FAQs' started by .Chris, May 14, 2011.

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...Method 2 in "Installing ISOs"

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    .Chris Pffft.

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    Some people would like to play downloaded Games on their PSP's, but don't want to go through all the risks of bricking their PSP while soft/hardmodding it.

    In this Tutorial, I'll show you how to play Games and Homebrew on your PSP without hacking it.
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    Installing/Signing ISO Files

    Signing ISOs using a download PSN Game


    Signing a Game using Fake NP



    Installing/Signing EBOOT.pbp Files

    Signing Homebrew on a PSP



    "What If my Game's a .CSO File?!"


    Using YACC (Yet Another CSO Compressor)


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    Completed the "Installing ISOs" part of it. Enjoy! [IMG]

    And if there is any problems, please comment and/or PM me.
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    Wow this is bad ass! Keep up the good work!
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    Slyakin See ya suckers

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    Very, VERY interesting. What firmware does this work with? I never heard of this, but it's pretty damn awesome!
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    @BortzANATOR and Slyakin: Thanks!

    @Slyakin: It works with, I think, OFW 6.31 and up.
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    BortzANATOR Tony Stark's pet spider

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    I guess i dont really have a use for this since my PSP is on 5.00 m33-6. I have really good compatibility but hey this is great great work. Does this work for all PSPs?
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    Do you mean all PSP by model or Firmware?

    Model: Yes.

    Firmware: OFW's 6.31 and above. CFW, not very sure [IMG] .
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    BortzANATOR Tony Stark's pet spider

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    Haha thats fine. I meant model. either way its so awesome.
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    Oh okay, but thanks again! [IMG]
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    Completed "What if my Game's a CSO file?!" part. Enjoy! [IMG]

    And if there is any problems, please comment and/or PM me.
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    Okayback.

    While CSOs can't be used, there's still a way to trim the size down. You can convert an ISO to a CSO and rip/resample stuff, and then convert it back to ISO and while it won't be as small as the CSO, it'll still be smaller than the original. You might want to include a guide on ripping when converting to CSO, such as the update folder, resampling the music/video, and hints like taking out bonus videos entirely and such.
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    Okay, thanks for the suggestion, but I'm not that good with PSP and all that, but might add it to my tutorial! [IMG]
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    I think iso2eboot is the compiled (exe) form of what is being used here. It's the same thing except that it's a program, so you don't need UMDGen and you don't have to convert to ISO (as the program converts the file automatically).

    The same rules apply though: no files higher than 728mb.
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    Oh okay, thanks for telling me that! I might add that to my OP.
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    Shit son, you are getting work done! 66%!
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    this is great man!

    this was the first thing coming to mind when hackers got private key.
    again, GREAT! keep up the good work ^^
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    Yeah, lol, I just have to put in the part on how to sign homebrew, and hopefully, it'll work.
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    Update:

    My tutorial is now 98% done! Look in OP for more details.

    Thanks everybody! [IMG] [IMG] [IMG] [IMG]
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    Neat guide, I might use this later in a looooong time.
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    Also, I believe the EBOOT.pbp file must be smaller than 4mb in order to sign it.

    Nice guide overall.

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