Best PSP Go CFW: Which?

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  1. adrian2040
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    After all of this PSP Hacking that have been done in the past month or two, what would we the best PSP Go CFW? Mine is right now in using the HEN 6.20 TN-B firmware.
     
  2. Fudge

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    6.35 Pro HEN.
     
  3. KevFan

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    i'd stay at 6.20 TN HEN since its more stable and have more homebrew/plugin compatability
     
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    How is 6.35 Unstable? Whilst i've never used it i've not heard of any instability....and again Coldbird+Liquidzigong >>>> Total_Noob
     
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    They're both good enough however, 6.20 TN-B has more features than the 6.3X PRO, so if I was you I'd go with 6.20 TN-B for now.
    @Xist... without Total_Noob neither of them would exist.. It doesn't mean LZ is better if he does all the piracy needs for you. -_-
     
  6. Rydian

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    The signed HEN is known to crash on 2000s unless you have UMD cache off, I can confirm it.

    Also the "latest" SNES9xTYL freezes upon loading a ROM in 6.35, I had to get the non-ME version or whatever for my friend's 3000... but this may also happen on 6.20 and such, I haven't tried them.

    But other than that AFAIK 6.35's the same as 6.20, minus downgrading.
     
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    xist ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΔΑΙΜΟΝΑ ΕΑΥΤΟΥ

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    Well i didn't actually mean the signed HEN but i suppose that counts...also compatibility is minimally different.

    And no, actually Coldbird and Liquidzigong had nothing to do with TN, more the other way around.

    Coldbird has been around in the scene for years and LZ is proven to know how to reverse engineer firmware implementations. TN owes more to their assistance than him to them.
     
  8. Rydian

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    It's the same exploit ported, is what I meant.