Best CFW for a PSP-3000?

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Mar 13, 2010

Best CFW for a PSP-3000? by beegee7730 at 12:31 PM (2,230 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. beegee7730
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    I'm currently using 5.03 GEN-C. Is there anything better you recommend?
     
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    N-O.

    Except you are a M33 fanboy.
     
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    No.
    I am no fanboy of m33. But I like m33, Better than gen.
     
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    There is no alternative for 3000s.
     
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    ...
    *Sadface*
    Until the Pre-IPLs are cracked?
     
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    Until we can figure out how to get the IPL (not the pre-IPL though hacking it opens the way) to be able to load unsigned firmware from the flash (this is why when you flash a PSP 3000 with real CFW it bricks)
     
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    It'll happen eventually...
    Then who will be laughing, PSP Phat owners?!
     
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    Us since we've been able to use full CFW all along, oh and we're still waiting on hacks for 6.20OFW etc... Unless we can find out how to make a Pandora-Style battery for the 3000 hacking it will always be mired.
     
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    ...*sadface*
    Oh well, We have double the RAM.
     
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    So do PSP 2001 owners who are fully hackable, what you have is a microphone and a more colourful screen.
     
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    don't forget the anti-glare screen thing.i doubt that psp 3000 will be hackable anytime soon.

    BTW Beegee,you almost have 1337 posts. xD
     
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    I know, not long now!
    It will be a glorious post, including some anime reference.
     
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    (OFF TOPIC)awww heck yeah! otaku pride!
    (ON TOPIC) well,I assume that you know now that psp 3000 cannot be hacked? only semi hackable?(i had to think of something to stay on topic xD)
     
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    Yup, Mine is on 5.03 [​IMG]
     

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