3.80 M33-5 to 4.01 M33-2

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  1. Seyiji
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    Ok I'm looking to update my PSP to 4.01 M33-2 via WiFi and I have a question.

    Will I go straight to 4.01 M33-2 from 3.80 M33-5 if I update via WiFi?
     
  2. Twiffles

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    Yes, you'll jump it.
     
  3. Seyiji
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    Thanks Twiffles [​IMG]
     
  4. ridgecity

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    so is it safe ?
     
  5. Seyiji
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    Is what safe?

    If you are talking about upgrading from an earlier CFW to a newer CFW via WiFi I don't know yet I'm charging my Pandora Battery just in case something goes wrong [​IMG]
     
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    If you do it via wifi and follow all the instructions (including downloading the OFW eboot) nothing should go wront.
     
  7. Seyiji
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    Battery is Still charging so I have time to ask questions [​IMG]

    Does the OFW eboot (I take it you mean the 401.pbp file) need to be downloaded before initiating an upgrade?
     
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    It'll detect if you have it or not, if you don't have it when you initiate the update, it'll download it for you.
     
  9. Seyiji
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    Thanks again for the info Twiffles [​IMG]

    Almost done charging!
     
  10. Seyiji
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    Cripes that took awhile to download why didn't you tell me the PSP can only do 8KB/sec

    Even 2 feet away from my wireless modem it went sloooooooooow [​IMG]

    It finished and I was informed my battery was below 78% and it shutdown [​IMG]

    I guess I should have put the charger on it [​IMG]
     
  11. Seyiji
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    Ok I've successfully upgraded to 4.01 M33-2 [​IMG]

    Now for some post-upgrade questions.

    1) Now that I've updated to 4.01 M33-2 through WiFi can I delete the update folder it created?

    2) Also while running 3.80 M33-5 I seem to have acquired some new folders in my \PSP\ directory can I delete these? (GAME150 & GAME380)

    3) Can anyone tell me that latest version of the best Super Nintendo Emulator?

    4) Can anyone tell me that latest version of the best Sega Genesis Emulator?
     
  12. MystikEkoez

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    1. Yes.
    2. As DAX has officially stopped support for the 1.50 kernel, you can delete all GAME### folders.
    3. Snes9x TYL
    4. Sorry, dunno.
     
  13. Seyiji
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    1) Done thanks
    2) Thanks for the info
    3) There is a bunch of different ones out there would s9xTYLslimmecm_test 5 be ok?
    4) Thanks for the help anyway :3

    OT: Nice Avatar [​IMG]

    EDIT:
    So I've been messing around with my CFW PSP and it seems that I am unable to get into the recovery menu! I felt no need to do so in the week since I have upgraded to CFW but now I was reading one of the stickies and about PSOne Emulation and I have a few games I'd like to put on my 4GB Memory Stick Pro Duo when it arrives from CorruptJon [​IMG]

    So what am I doing wrong (I have already tried shutting down my PSP holding the R button and turning it back on it did not work)


    EDIT2: Apparently I never shut down my PSP right cause it works now I just kept putting it in sleep mode instead of turning it off [​IMG]