1. klaww

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    i dont have a psp but im just wondering what all the things a fully hacked psp can do such as wat kinda of emulators and homebrew and playin psp games off the memorey stick i presume. i dont know a thing about psp hacking but everything else i have is hacked so im no noob. also what psp do yuo reccomend me get to hack. thanks for the info if you can help.
     
  2. Sop

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    PSP 3000 is probably the best. The only difference between full and semi is that when you power off you have to cold boot the firmware but that only takes a few seconds, you can get some pretty cool emulators on it like GBA GBC SNES N64 NES those are the only ones I an think of now.. You can play PS1 games on it and you can watch youtube.. I think? Also check out the PSP hacking FAQS there's some good info in there. I think you can get cavestory on it (Cavestory is an awesome indie pc platformer ported to a lot of things).

    PSP 2000/3000 series are the best option. Forget about Go's because they just aren't worth it. And yes you can load ISO's and CSO's from the memory stick. (CSO's are compressed ISO's (ISO's are disk images)).
     
  3. shanefromoz

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    But can the psp 300 the very latest one be fully hacked?
    I saw a hack file called "6.20 tn-d" which says is also has a permanent hack patch.
    I was going to buy a new psp 3000 and wanted to make sure i can fully hack it first.

    Cheers
     
  4. Sop

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    No it's semi although you will still be able to hack it. read the stickies in the psp hacking forum, they always seem to help a lot.

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  5. Nathan Drake

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    The absolute newest firmware hasn't been hacked yet. Buying a new 3000, you'll just have to hope the stock firmware is low enough to do something with.
     
  6. Sop

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    Actually a PSP 3000 can be permanently hacked on 6.20tn-d sorry about that.
     
  7. 8BitWalugi

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    True, but I think he was more concerned about what firmware he buys it on.
     
  8. shanefromoz

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    Are psp in shops now 3000 or 3002?
    I really would like one fully hackable.
     
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    The number in the version is related to region, it has nothing to do with hacking. You look for a PSP with Firmware 6.35 or below.
     
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    Ok so if the psp has 6.35 or below i can then use 6.20tn-d to fully hack it correct?
     
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    That would only be for the 6.20 firmware. If it's on 6.35, then you can use 6.35 PRO-B5. A stock 6.35 3000 can't be downgraded, so you'd have to use that if it comes with that firmware.

    But as long as it isn't on 6.37 or higher, you're fine.

    EDIT: Also, there's a 6.20 TN-E, which is better.
     
  12. Rydian

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    What matters is the firmware the PSP originally came with.
    If it's 6.20 or below it can be permanently hacked.
    If you're unsure, go for a used PSP, or a 2000 model.

    SNES games play full speed (almost all of them, at least), Genesis games play full speed, GBA full speed, NES, Master System, Game gear, GB, GBC, and possibly more. It even has an N64 emulator, but it's not fullspeed and doesn't play a lot of games.
     
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    I don't think it's even worth fully hacking the PSP anymore with TN and PRO-B now. It's just easier to use one of them then going through all the trouble of downgrading and what not. It was so easy to do that with my Go.

    Then again it probably is easier to do a full hack now then it was years ago with the PSP-1000.
     
  14. Rydian

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    We are talking about 6.x permanent.
     
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    So 6.20 TN on PSP3000 can be done permanent but 6.20 PRO-B5 can't ?
     
  16. Rydian

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    6.20 PRO-B5 can be.

    It's 6.35-PRO B5 that can't be permanent.
     
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