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  1. Nesty

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    @xist, many thanks it works!! [​IMG]
     
  2. Rydian

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    I just recommend hellcat's to get to OFW to avoid any issues.
     
  3. Dexxxter

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    Just bought a psp go with 5.70 on it. I've downloaded OFW 6.20 EBOOT.PBP...how do I upgrade the PSP from 5.70 to 6.20 now? I've loaded the EBOOT into an UPDATE folder in GAME, but now what? Relatively confused.

    Thanks!
     
  4. epicCreations.or

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    I snagged a PSP1000 from my friend, and it has 6.31 OFW. What exactly is the risk of bricking, and should I be worried?
     
  5. Rydian

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    There's no risk with a 1000 (other than the standard risks of bricking, but that's like "don't stab yourself in the heart when cutting a piece of string").
     
  6. Reveur

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    Hi, I don't understand this part.

    I just got a Toy Story version of PSP 3002 with 6.20 OFW. Reading the guide, it says that I need to check my MAC add to see if its 01g-05g?

    The thing is, there is no such letter in my MAC address. Am i looking at it wrong?

    Can you by any chance give an example of which digit i should be looking at?

    Thanks
     
  7. Rydian

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    The hack you run changes the display to your motherboard (instead of the MAC).
     
  8. epicCreations.or

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    Oh, okay. Just checking. I'd be pretty bummed if there was a relatively high risk of bricking, since I managed to snag this PSP with my last 50 [​IMG]
     
  9. Reveur

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    So i should follow the instruction on page one,

    1. Launch the 6.20 OFW update (Skip if didn't download)
    2. Launch the 6.20 PRO-B Updater and follow the steps (The icon says UPDATE)

    2.5. Check the MAC address to see if it's 01g - 05g

    3. Launch the 6.20 PRO-B Permanent Patch (The icon says PERMANENT BOOTLOADER)
    4. Enjoy!

    Yes?
     
  10. Rydian

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    Thanks [​IMG] I got it up and running.

    Appreciate the FAQ & Tutorial.
     
  12. Nathan-NL

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    I used this guide for upgrading my PSP-1000 model from 5.00 M33-6, thanks. (Couldn't do the test of the permanent patch though, had to press O to install it, otherwise it failed)
     
  13. testatura

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    awesome and simple as fvck [​IMG]

    just did it with psp 3001 with no problems,thanks
     
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    New guide here.
     
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