How To Softmod (Hack) Your PSP

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Rydian, May 23, 2011.

May 23, 2011

How To Softmod (Hack) Your PSP by Rydian at 7:32 PM (371,410 Views / 21 Likes) 1,171 replies

  1. Nyap

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    I will report back when I have a brick xD
     


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    If you have any questions, you could PM me so we don't spam this thread xD
     
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    I'm trying to install infinity like suggested above but I'm getting "This game cannot be started The Data is corrupted." When I try running the firmware builder
     
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    is a psp on 6.61 possible to softmod?
     
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    Why cant the 3ds be like the psp. Literally only 6 steps or less for each guide. ;/
     
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    3DS is just as easy, just get a Gateway and rest is cake...
     
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    Yes, if look some post back, you will find a Permanent CFW for 6.61
     
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    Curious, is there anything in terms of CFW advancement for the system? Both my PSP go and 3000 are running 6.20 ProC(fix3) explicitly, in part because C2 pretty much broke being able to launch PSX games of any type (whether just .iso's or the PSN-style PSP apps).
     
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    Anyone have a guide on upgrading from 6.60 ME-1.1 to 6.60 PRO? Is it worth it? What are the differences?
     
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    Well, you can update normally, then follow the Wololo guide to install Infinity CFW(permanent)
     
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    From what I'm reading, it's recommending that I don't install Infinity. I have an original PSP-1000 btw.
     
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    Oh, well install one of those permament CFW that they used for the 1000s
     
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    Yep, that's what I have now. I'm currently on ME-1.1 and can't run SNES9xTYL for some reason, and I'm trying to find a solution for that. I was wondering if it would be worth it for me to install 6.60 Pro instead.
     
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    I can only speak for my experience with the PSP go and the 3001 unit I have, but at least I have Infinity firmware and then have it set up to auto-boot the updated build of PRO for it. Not sure about ME since I have yet to fiddle with that CFW, but at least PRO makes it very easy to set things up in its recovery menu, as well as managing plugins in a way that is pretty thorough, but also just one of those things where someone casually loading it up won't accidentally mess with it.
     
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    So I'm on FW 6.39, but when I try to run the FW 6.20, it says no need to update. Am I reading the guide wrong or is there something I'm missing? Thanks for any and all help!
     
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    Are you sure your PSP supports 6.20?
     
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    Hey, can anyone please help a returning noob here? I believe my Go is currently running 6.60 PRO-C2 fix 3, but I'm wondering if there's a better option for it (like neuron's LME etc) since I read that the PRO flashes additional modules every time you need to re-run it after a cold boot.

    Also, does anyone know if there exist a save state plugin that can be used while playing PSX games?
     
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    Install infinity to make your CFW to be permanent?
    It is a huge improvement for semi ones, eliminating the need of using fast recovery app.
    If you want to change CFW, you're only option is LME, since they're the only one working for 6.60. And tbh, nothing different between those two if you're just using it for games.
    As for the save state, i don't think there was a plugin for that.
     
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    Hi guys,

    I bought a battery for my PSP2001 today, :) I'm aiming mostly to play PSX games on it, anyway, I start it and I noticed that it's on 6.20 PRO-C2 firmware version.

    What is the best (permanent) latest soft firmware / guide to do? Will I lost all the games inside my card (although it's not a problem)?
     
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    ¬¬ Now I'm facing the issue "The Memory Stick Is Not Inserted"
     

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