Davee's Infinity CFW: Permanent CFW on (Nearly) All PSP Models! I'm legitimately a bit surprised I haven't seen a thread about this anywhere. I figure it'd be good to spread information about this, so here we go: Information on Davee's Infinity CFW: DaveeFTW has recently released a brand new Custom Firmware that allows anybody to install permanent custom firmware on their PSP through a relatively simple process. This CFW takes advantage of an exploit in the official 6.31 firmware files in order to install itself and create a "hybrid" of 6.61 and 6.31. Sound a bit confusing? In simple terms, by taking advantage of a bug in 6.31, permanent custom firmware can be installed in nearly every PSP model that couldn't install permanent CFW before. How Do I Install This? If you're interested, I would highly recommend you go ahead and check out TheZett's excellent tutorial on wololo.net. This tutorial comes with download links to the latest LME and PRO firmware files (needed to install Infinity), as well as the official firmware files for 6.31 and 6.61 (which are also required to install Infinity). Alternatively, HackInformer has a nice alternative tutorial that's a bit less text heavy. You can take a look at it here. Finally, Davee's official website where you can grab the Infinity CFW itself is here. This is already listed in the tutorials I put up above, but I figured I'd go ahead and throw in a separate link too. Questions Does This Work on The PSP Street (E1000)? First and foremost, I'd like to point out that at the moment Davee's Infinity CFW does not work on the PSP Street models. This is because Davee's CFW takes advantage of a flaw in 6.31 that was later patched in other firmwares. The issue is that the PSP Street doesn't support the 6.31 firmware or any firmware below it, sadly meaning that it's incompatible with this. Davee stated that later on he might try to get Infinity working on the Street models, but as of this writing it's sadly incompatible. Can I Install this on my old 1000/2000? Second, this permanent CFW is really only meant for the PSP models that couldn't have permanent CFW beforehand. Yes, you can install Davee's Infinity on your 1000 or 2000, but TheZett recommends that you just keep your other 6.61 permanent CFW. It's superior to the old 6.20 permanent patch for 3000s and Gos, but for everything else you should look into the permanent ME and PRO installation. Closing Comments Finally, I'd like to think the /r/PSP subreddit for keeping me informed about Davee's Infinity firmware. I definitely plan on installing this on my Go and upgrade my 6.20 3000! Another thanks goes out to the kind people who wrote the tutorials above: TheZett and HackInformer. They should make things incredibly clear if you want to put some new life into your PSP. Of course, Davee himself deserves some credit for making such a fantastic piece of homebrew for a handheld. It's great to see the PSP get a little more love well after it's hey-day, even if this is Davee's "goodbye" to the PSP. Hopefully, sharing this news will put some new life into the PSP section of GBATemp!