Permanent TN-D

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Mar 9, 2011

Permanent TN-D by TehSkull at 7:38 PM (1,150 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. TehSkull
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    http://virtuousflame.blog.163.com/blog/sta...20112935638131/

    This was on Liquidzigong's Twitter this morning. He doesn't recommend trying this patch unless you have a pandora battery(if Google is translating it properly...) and a PSP 1000.

    Off-topic: I didn't know TN-D was even out yet. [​IMG]

    Google Translated:

    This tool is made to verify kgsws made vshmain camouflage law.

    kgsws proposed a method, through camouflaged vshmain, and to start automatically enabled HEN.

    I provide the basis of his methods and the source code that implements a tool that allows to run automatically after booting the machine 6.20 HEN. Already successful in the PSP-1000. This patch more dangerous, not the machine be used with caution Pandora.

    Borrowing TN-D to demonstrate, I hope Total_Noobs understand.

    Source code is provided.

    Program will replace the flash0: / vsh / module / vshmain.prx for their own version.
    The original vshmain will be copied to flash0: / vsh / module / vshorig.prx.

    If the machine can not start because the vsh plug-in, boot by pressing R button will delete all the seplugins plug-ins list and flash1: / config.tn.
    If the flash0: / vsh / module / vshorig.prx lost or damaged, boot according to O + X + SELECT + START button to copy ms0: / vshorig.prx to flash0: / vsh / module / vshorig.prx

    ????? Installation:

    1. Into the TN-D, close flash0 protection. Into 6.20TN-D Permanent Patch
    2. Began to press the X button to start the installation, the program will back up the original vshmain.prx to ms0: / vshmain.prx, keep it good
    3. If there is no issue under the program will ask you to test the generated camouflage vshmain, press the X button is strongly recommended to test the next
    4. If you start the test, the program will exit, if no crash is like, and also TN-D, the note can be installed
    5. To re-enter 6.20TN-D Permanenet Patch, this election does not test the installation
    6. After installation, boot your PSP will automatically enter the TN-D

    Uninstall:
    Run 6.20TN-D Permanenet Patch by prompts

    Credit:
    Total_Noobs's for his TN-D systemctrl
    kgsws for his bright idea on vshmain faking

    Changelog:
    PSP-1000 fixes the offset of non-release of the more memory
     
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    hm... is it really so much of a hassle to hold down and press X twice?
     
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    I thought the same, i had gen 5.50 first but now all games need 6.xx so i upgraded and found out u only had to press x twice [​IMG] even dummy,s can understand that so why make a permanent cfw that is dangerous if we can keep it safe by pressing 2 times X?
     
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    Proof-Of-Concept.
     
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    IIRC they did something like that for all psp models, but the 1k was the most risk-free, so we're waiting on the creators to perfect this, mostly for 88v3, 3k and Go.
     
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    That just means someone has tested it to work with other PSPs. Which is a very good thing.

    I would still be wary of it until some further testing has been done.

    In video comments, from vid creator:
    "I should have gone further into the functionality of it. You can run homebrew, and ISOs of your ripped PSP games, but I can't get any of my PSone games to work. It seems additional coding will be required before being able to run PSone games with this Patch. It is a incredible accomplishment, and I look forward to it being fully functional."
     

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