new memory stick for cfw

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  1. liamtrees22
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    ok guys ireally need to know something if you buy a new memory stick/card and turn that in to a magic memory stick does the firmware stay on it [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    xist ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΔΑΙΜΟΝΑ ΕΑΥΤΟΥ

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    The firmware lives in the internal memory of the PSP not on the Memory stick.
     
  3. liamtrees22
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    so is anyway to get rid of it then
     
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    fgghjjkll GBATemp MegaMan

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    xist: How ever you load firmware from the MS. It's called "Test M33". You must have to have a Pandora with a MMS though.
     
  5. Jolan

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    Do you have Flash access on your PSP?
     
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    fgghjjkll GBATemp MegaMan

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    First, you delete the DC8 or TM folder and then you erase the IPL using raing3's fantastic PSP Tool homebrew.
     
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    When your PSP is CFW'd you'd be an idiot to do so. There's no need to keep a memory stick set up as a MMS given the ease and range of PC tools to create them.

    Get rid of CFW? Just download the 6.20 Official Firmware and update.
     
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    fgghjjkll GBATemp MegaMan

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    However, some "idiots" enjoy using PSP GEN firmware for roms and M33 firmware for homebrew. The Memory Stick will be treated as the NAND so if you want to do something risky such as installing LEDA, you only need to delete the DC8 folder and start again. It doesn't hurt to think a little deeper "xist".
     
  9. liamtrees22
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    hey does it work if you use that chicken tool to got cfw
     
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    liamtrees...do you want to get rid of CFW altogether? Can you make it clear please?

    fgghjjkll seems that you don't really care about answering a question you just want to wave your epeen in the air...

    Original Question:
    Doesn't hurt to actually, you know, answer the question. Anyone asking the type of question TC is asking doesn't give a monkeys about running dual firmwares. Besides it's far more appropriate to use Nand Manager if you want to run dual firmwares.