A lot of lag when playing PSP games on Adrenaline

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back on 3.20, they had a version of that called bubble blower, which I used. you could only create 10 psp bubbles at a time (this was before adrenaline). it wasn't too bad, but the method that came after that, when it stopped working after updating was a nightmare. that's when I stopped messing with bubbles of psp games.
 

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Do you have another sdcard with less storage something like 64GB, maybe 256 is maybe too large for the PSP part to be handled correctly
 

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Do you have another sdcard with less storage something like 64GB, maybe 256 is maybe too large for the PSP part to be handled correctly

But I've never heard someone complaining about that and I have to have this ammount of storage since I have a lot of games and even so I only have a few GBs left.

My PSP 300's microSD card is 128 GB.
 

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back on 3.20, they had a version of that called bubble blower, which I used. you could only create 10 psp bubbles at a time (this was before adrenaline). it wasn't too bad, but the method that came after that, when it stopped working after updating was a nightmare. that's when I stopped messing with bubbles of psp games.

I just recalled I downgraded to 3.60 on both the PS Vita and the PS TV to be able to use HENkaku. Does that mean they won't have +3.60 OFW features?
 
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Not really, several things have homebrew equivalents like itls, which allows you to connect to psn.

Do you know the difference between MX4SIO, MC2SIO and SIO2SD and what are all the ways to run OPL (besides the first mentioned 3 and SMB, USB and HDD)? What are the advantages or disadvantages of each one?
 
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I don't know what esr is. Ode is optical drive emulator, cfw is full access to the ps3, hen is homebrew enabler, hfw is hybrid firmware to use with hen. I'm not sure what you'd call henkaku.
 

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I don't know what esr is. Ode is optical drive emulator, cfw is full access to the ps3, hen is homebrew enabler, hfw is hybrid firmware to use with hen. I'm not sure what you'd call henkaku.

I meant this. It looks like ODE is old and requires modifying the PS3. Why is HFW used with HEN? I thought one could use HEN without HFW. And what's CFW2OFW?
 

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Hfw has a different silk web file than official to run hen. I think ofw can be used with installing cfw, but only if you have certain models.
 

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Hfw has a different silk web file than official to run hen. I think ofw can be used with installing cfw, but only if you have certain models.

On the Wikipedia it's stated that PS Vita users can upgrade from 3.60 to 3.65 without losing HENkaku Enso. Is it true, and if so, should I do it? Which features does 3.65 have that 3.60 doesn't?
 

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What do you mean by silk web file?
Silk web is part of the browser.

On the Wikipedia it's stated that PS Vita users can upgrade from 3.60 to 3.65 without losing HENkaku Enso. Is it true, and if so, should I do it? Which features does 3.65 have that 3.60 doesn't?
You can, but 3.60 is considered the golden firmware.
 

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You can, but 3.60 is considered the golden firmware.

Why?

I just recalled that the PS2 is compatible with D-Terminal which can output 1080p so is it better than component?

Also, PS3 is compatible with component and D-Terminal too which like HDMI is able to output 1080p. Are they better than HDMI?
 
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