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Did You Know by me83 at 7:12 PM (1,459 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

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    This is just a heads up for people who are new to the scene or didnt already know that..............

    its possible to use homebrew on your psp even though its not hacked ?

    all you need is whats called SIGNED homebrew (which basically means that the psp reconizes the homebrew as if it is an official app/game like your comic book reader or the old gomessenger)

    all you do is get your signed homebrew be it a game an emulator a ebookreader or whatever there a plenty
    then put the download file onto your psp memorystick in the game folder (which is in the psp folder on root of you memory stick)
    then run it as if a normal game/app

    cool huh ??

    something even better is it is possible to hack your psp via this method also
    (but be carefull check your version of psp and make sure it is compatible etc
    make sure you read the info for that file or you could and up with a dead psp NOT GOOD)

    i whould recommend using any of the 6.20 tn-a through to tn-d by total noob

    if you are on fimware 6.35 0r 6.31 you can try downgrading to 6.20

    i have personally downgraded a psp 3001 pink from 6.35 to 6.20 without any problems
    but as mentioned befor make sure you read the readmes and understand what you are doing if you dont ask !!!!!!!!!

    this post is underconstruction

    if you need any help just ask
     
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    Yes, we know.

    inb4 closed.
     
  3. Vulpes Abnocto

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    We'll call this an example of how not to write a tutorial/FAQ.
     
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