Getting Persona 2 innocent sin (officaly bought UMD) to work on CFW

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by CloudHiro, Jul 8, 2012.

  1. CloudHiro
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    Newcomer CloudHiro Member

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    currently useing CFW 5.00 m33-6 still on my modded psp. I got a second, OFW psp that it works on but I want to play it on my CFW one to use CWcheats (mainly to get the bloody fool cards). Little help? I noticed topics saying to load up OFW updates then use so and so CFW update. does that mean that the psp was cracked enough to not need pandora or a special memory stick anymore? I really havent done anything for my CFW psp in years besides load up Cwcheats.
     
  2. Ryupower

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    the UMD is too new for a 5.00 CFW
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    update to 6.60 and use a 6.60 CFW


    if you do update some save that where made on 5.00 might not work on the new CFW
     
  3. xist

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    Or dump the ISO from the UMD (VSH Menu->USB set to UMD) and then patch the result with ISO Tool.
     
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    Newcomer CloudHiro Member

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    rather run it off disk, :P
     
  5. nl255

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    Actually, any 6.xx cfw will work and won't corrupt your save data. Remember, the Pro CFW was developed by the same person who did the Prometheus module/patches for the 5.xx firmwares. And yes, problems with save data corruption is one of the big reasons why he moved to a 6.xx base in the first place.
     
  6. Nujui

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    I would do what Xist said if you have a big enough card, plus it's always good to have a legal backup handy in case of disk failure.
     

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