Help Hacking PSP 2003 6.35 firmware ~

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by typiedark, Apr 16, 2011.

Apr 16, 2011
  1. typiedark
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    Help. I wanna hack my PSP, but i have no clue where too start. I dont wanna use Pandora or MMS or something.
    My Psp:
    PSP 2003
    6.35 Firmware
    Not sure what Motherboard

    Help.. Mod's , hacks, anything.
     
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    Do you mind having a temporary hack (where you need to run a hack program after each time you shut the PSP fully off), or do you want a permanent hack?
     
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    Perm is pretty much a gimmick (aside from recovery options).

    Its not hard to take 10 sec to run the fast recovery.
     
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    If you're experimenting with things and your PSP locks up a lot, it adds up.

    The perm also has the ability to disable both gameboot and the intro splash, saving even more time on initial startup.
     
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    You're right there, but in the end, it's down to choice.

    People say that the brick chance isn't in the perm, it's in the downgrade.

    So if you don't have a Pandora and mms you can use, it's probably better you don't take the chance.
     
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    I personally use 6.20 Pro-B4 and I love it. however, if you are new to hacking I would say go with 6.35 Pro-B3/4 (for simplicity sake, since you won't have to downgrade)

    Maybe play around with the 6.35 LCFW's and once you are in your comfort zone, then perhaps you could try 6.20 CFWs, who knows though, you might love the 6.35 LCFW's and may not even want to change.
     
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    Im loving 6.38 Me right now which you may be able to run.....neuron did a great job...on my pspgo i use pro-b4 and i love it...im thinkin of trying the permenant patch....but im comfy with 6.35....
     

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