Best thing to do?

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Apr 13, 2011

Best thing to do? by jelmew at 7:59 AM (805 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. jelmew
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    Hi guys.

    I'm getting a hackable psp slim soon that is already hacked. Now my question is, where to go from here. Do I want to update to the latest custom-firm-ware, which option is the best and how do I get there. Is the sticky tutorial outdated in this forum or is there a better forum with a better tutorial?

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    Edit: Hackable 2000 series
     
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    A new CFW just came out, so the guides are outdated until we work out a kink or two.

    What to do depends on the PSP model and firmware. "Slim" could mean both a 2000 and a 3000 (sellers are often confused on the two), and it should have an older or newer motherboard.
     
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    The sticky tutorial will be the best for you, even if it is outdated you can just ask on this thread for further help. [​IMG]
     
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    Well depending on their goals they may just want to go to PRO-B4 (for example if they don't care that much about game compatibility).
     
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    Well, that is my problem, which new firmware is the recommended one and what is the best way to get it on your psp. I thought that if I installed a ofw (I thought 6.20 was supported), that would erase all old firmware-hacks?
     
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    When you install an OFW it will erase the hold hacks, yes... but if you have 6.20 or 6.35 OFW, then you can just run a downgrader (since those are hackable firmwares).

    The question of which you want depends on the PSP model, it's firmware, and what you want to do with it.
     

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