6.60 or 6.61CFW? Permanent or temp? Pros/cons , opinions and knowledge needed

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  1. Retroguy007
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    Which is better for the psp go what should I use for it? 6.60 or 6.6?
    Or 6.61 infinity or Pro?
    Temp or permanent?
    Any cons/pros/opinions

    Update: ok so I think my psp go is too new for 6.20 (around 6.39 ish) it's on 6.60 currently and what about 6.60 and the difference between 6.61? /and/or infinity

    Update: ok so I think i understand now
    -So 6.20 is out of the question.

    -6.60 or 6.61 doesn't matter I'm told

    -And infinity breaks a few things and is not very compatible with a lot of things..

    So the FINAL QUESTION IS
    Which should I go with
    PRO C or (L)-ME?
     
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  2. SCOTT0852

    SCOTT0852 Kid now, squid now

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    There's 3 real options here: 6.2 Permanent, 6.6 Temp, or Infinity.
    6.2 Perm apparently has problems on the Go, idk what they are though
    6.6 Temp must be run every boot
    Infinity breaks Pause (but you can use PSPStates anyways)

    Personally, I use LME as apparently Pro C2 breaks PS1 related stuff. I've also never got 6.6 Temp Pro to work aside from once, but LME's worked every time.
     
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    I use 6.6 pro b on my go and never had a issue
     
  4. ThoD

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    Don't know about Go, but for 3004 I found the best is 6.60 Pro B9 (temporary because anything above g9 can't have permanent), as it has by far the best compatibility with all homebrews and especially custom themes and the many versions of popsloader, so I assume it should be the same for Go too.
     
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    I lied I was using pro-c fix 3. Again no issues that I saw.

    My 3k model is on pro b .
     
  6. Retroguy007
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    ok so I think my psp go is too new for 6.20 (around 6.39 ish) it's on 6.60 currently and what about 6.60 and the difference between 6.61? /and/or infinity

    - oh and ok what's LME? that sounds like a good option

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  7. am714

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    I use Infinity with PRO-CFW Latest version and 6.61 FW on psp 3004 never had problems i have no idea about the GO the only thing you have to worry is the lowest firmware it can run when you do this kind of mods
     
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  8. Retroguy007
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    is that on psp go? Or just your 3004?
     
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    Infinite works on the go, pretty much the only permanent option you got
     
  10. ThoD

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    6.61 LITERALLY fixes just ONE game that the 6.60 doesn't support and that's all there is to it, nothing else between the version, just not worth it if you already have 6.60.
     
  11. Retroguy007
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    Oh sorry dude I didn't know, I'm relatively new to this(as you can probably tell) so I'm sorry if I'm asking dumb questions but like I literally don't know any of this stuff
     
  12. ThoD

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    It's alright, I don't think that game was even localized even, can't remember what it's name is though, but it is just the compatibility for one game, not worth it having to update all homebrews that may have gotten broken:P
     
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    Like I said I was using c fix 3. But I just looked it up . Pro C2 was released afterwards
     
  14. brunocar

    brunocar GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    just get 6.20 pro C2/LME and use the permanent patch no downsides beyond not being able to access the PSN
     
  15. Lemon_

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    6.60 Fast Recovery takes just about 5 seconds on every reboot. Not a big deal.
     
  16. brunocar

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    why would you do that instead of 6.61 temp (for PSN access) or 6.20 perm (for the lazy).
     
  17. ThoD

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    True. Also, if people do the smart thing and just put it in sleep mode instead of shutting down, it's not even needed more than once very rarely. I always just put mine in sleep mode and may only turn off completely once a month anyway, so 5 seconds is nothing.
     
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