6.20 TN-D Released.

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Cloak519, Mar 4, 2011.

Mar 4, 2011

6.20 TN-D Released. by Cloak519 at 11:33 PM (2,846 Views / 0 Likes) 23 replies

  1. Cloak519
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    6.20 TN-D has been released!
    Source.
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    Credits go out to 45gc who got in there first, as ever [​IMG].
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    Cool, ninja! [​IMG]

    Awesome, can't wait to download.
     
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    Bet you posting that you bet me by 1 minute [​IMG].
    Seriously, good work man... you're fast [​IMG].
    So... given that I'm a PSP 3000 hacking noob, how do I use this?
    Do I install it as I would TN-B or TN-C?
     
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    Yessir.
     
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    Thanks!
    For some reason my post is messed up and I can't edit it :/.
     
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    lol....well ye you just install it as you would for TN-B or TN-C, it provides a readme anyway. You just have to load it on 6.20 ofw for it to work. PS1 is working great [​IMG]
    Edit: never mind....it seems you have fixed your source
     
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    Excellent 45gc, thanks for the info!
    I hope RE2 works okay [​IMG].
     
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    Woohoo! TN's HEN was definitely worth waiting for.
     
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    I don't ever remember PSP hacking being this simple [​IMG]. I am so behind.
     
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    So, you would install a PSone game like you would any other homebrew?

    /PSP/GAME/(Insert Name Here)/(ISO)

    Is that right?
     
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    I think you just drag your folder containing the PSX eboot into /PSP/GAME/.
     
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    Yeah, except ISO -> EBOOT.PBP. You can also make your own manuals/guides for them.
     
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    What's the difference between this and 6.35 pro B?
     
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    I really hope RE2 works with this. Is there anything I need to do to 'turn on' PSX compatibility or should I just be able to load a game right away?
    Edit: Aw RE2 black screen. I hope I'm doing something wrong.
     
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    That's weird considering RE2 is on the PSN store, so it should be naturally compatible.

    @ The Phantom, 6.35 has better PSP game support, 6.20 has better homebrew/plugin support, I assume. I'm in the process of figuring out what's overall better.
     
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    Aye, 'tis odd. I'm trying out the NTSC-U version. I've also tried the fake region thing without really knowing whether or not it has any effect (it didn't in the end). Think I'll go through the PSX2PSP process again using a different Game I.D.
    Edit: WE HAVE LIFTOFF!

    [​IMG]

    PAL-E Game I.D. and eet works. Woop woop!
    When I find TotalNoob I'm going to kiss him.

    Edit 2: Houston, we have a problem.

    [​IMG]

    Can't get past the 'This game contains...' screen. No worries, I'll try something else.

    Edit 3: Giving up for tonight, too bloody tired.
     
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    oh, I wish I had a bigger memorycard xD

    could anyone help me with one thing though? I know its pretty noob to ask like this, but how do you get that cwcheat thing to work (with psx games) and whats the latest version of it?

    I need to play with double or tripple AP if I dont want to go mad during FF8 xD
     
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    0.2.3.
    http://cwcheat.myconsole.it/
    It goes in it's own folder (not just dumped in the seplugins folder like normal plugins), and make sure you enable it for POPS.
     
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    I appreciate the work, but this probably needed to cook a bit longer. I tried four of my own eboots, and only one loaded. The rest of the time
    my PSP-GO, just black screened and needed a hard reboot.

    I don't feel like recreating my whole collection, so I'm ready to give that other stuff a try (6.35 pro-b).
    Anybody else getting good results? If so, can you share your configuration settings or tricks? [​IMG]
     

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