Hacking Lamer question (probably) re: softmod

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I've previously "softmodded" my PSP 3000 with 6.60 CFW and it works great, however the CIPL Flasher thing to make it permanent doesn't do squat. Is this just something I have to live (running the fast recovery app each time) or is there another "permanent" solution?

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I've previously "softmodded" my PSP 3000 with 6.60 CFW and it works great, however the CIPL Flasher thing to make it permanent doesn't do squat. Is this just something I have to live (running the fast recovery app each time) or is there another "permanent" solution?

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Steve
need more fino, please specify what custom firmware exactly you are using.
 

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Ah well, I never got the CIPL thing to work on my PSP 1000 either. I suppose I shall have to live with it :(
On the PSP 1000, the CIPL Flasher can work up to 6.61 Pro-C2, but if you have a forbidden board AKA anything above PSP 2000, you can do make it permanent on Pro firmware only if its 6.20, if u want it permanent, you can try Infinity.

Also note that each CIPL Flasher its for an specific firmware version only.
 

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Decided to stick with it as it is, it's not that big a deal running "fast recovery" now and again. I now have PSP 3000 with 128gb storage and it's pretty good, although there's a lot of scrolling up and down in the games section as the card is 95% full.
 
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Decided to stick with it as it is, it's not that big a deal running "fast recovery" now and again. I now have PSP 3000 with 128gb storage and it's pretty good, although there's a lot of scrolling up and down in the games section as the card is 95% full.

How did you get 128gb?

I might be getting a psp 3000 or psp go.

I mean my 6s and s7 edge emulate psp almost perfect like the actual thing but it's always better to play on the actual device.
Moved out my family's house 2 years ago, left some stuff there. When I go back I'm gonna also look around for my psp 1000 that I bought on the day it dropped, and then that I also pandoras battery and magic memory sticked myself. Good times.
 

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How did you get 128gb?

I might be getting a psp 3000 or psp go.

I mean my 6s and s7 edge emulate psp almost perfect like the actual thing but it's always better to play on the actual device.
Moved out my family's house 2 years ago, left some stuff there. When I go back I'm gonna also look around for my psp 1000 that I bought on the day it dropped, and then that I also pandoras battery and magic memory sticked myself. Good times.

2 x 64gb MicroSD cards in one of those "convert 2 x microsd to a PSP card" things.
 

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