i have a psp 6.20 and i need to downgrade it for psp3d compatibily for some dude and we need 5.50 for that, i have 6.20 pro b-8 can i use hellcat's flasher to downgrade it like the old days? it's a psp 100 btw
i modified my version.txt and it accepted to update but i won't press x until i get confirmation from herepull out your pandora battery and stick and get cracking
Btw: Why do you need to downgrade, the plugin should work fine on 6.20
actually i'm pretty familiar with cfw, but yes psp3d works on pro but, it lags more than on 5.50, cannot access a flots of games when on 6.20 (no bbs, almost ni dissidia which didn't work before but is unplayable now, most games get a blue screen/blackscreen/crash anyway), unless it works perfectly on 6.20 pro b10 it will be pointless for this guy who doesn't even know psn and only cares about stuff he can't get with cfw...Well you've already made up your mind....putting him on a rubbish firmware which can't easily access the PSN seems rather pointless. PSP 3D is on 2.21 and works on PRO. If you want to downgrade to a firmware i'd never inflict upon anyone, especially not a user unfamiliar with CFW then go ahead.
he will want to play dissidia 012/bbs at maximum so i should probably do prome, it's more efficent exept for psx virtualization, or does m33 have dissidia supportWhy not just leave it on M33? At this point in the game neither a 5.00 or 5.50 CFW will play all the latest games, nor natively access the PSN.
is it because of the ms?Uhm... it's a PSP-1000. Literally nothing is standing in the way of 6.60Pro B10fix1, the *latest* and *best* CFW out there. If PSP3D has issues on it then it's due to a crappy MSPD, not due to the firmware. Besides, how big is this plugin anyways? You can install it on FLASH is it has loading issues on a slow stick.
sure i'll edit
I'm assuming it *is* a problem with the stick because I had that issue with POPS Loader. Using one of the adapters I bought with one SD card boots it normally, using the same adapter with two doesn't because the adapter is likely fake, using it with a Sony MSPD works normally aswell. Speed Test gives relatively the same results on all three setups, it's the *lag between dedecting the card in the slot and actual readout* that causes this. I double-checked it by resetting VSH with an already detected adapter and plugins that did not work... magically worked. So yes, it could be the MSPD, especially in the case of adapter use. Unfortunatelly I still need to have a single-SD setup for POPS as it's rather big and the dual-SD mode on the fake adapter just doesn't seem to cut it. I need to buy another batch of those, I gave the genuine one to my girlfriend. Or... just put my PSX games on the Sony card...