Hacking PSP 6.20 TN-E Released!

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Cooler than ever is Total_Noob with 6.20 TN-E! The homebrew enabler that not only enables homebrew, but enables just about everything else you’d find in a custom firmware; support for ISOs, POPs (PSX emulation), plugins, etc… And with 6.20 TN you’ll find other features unique to itself.

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Snailface said:
It's non-permanent but it does have good features. Will try.

BTW-Why is the forum icon for this thread blank?
forum is going for a revamp on the design i believe .

thanks for the news . i am currently running 6.20 Pro-B4 .
i don't think those extra features will be of much use to me so i will wait along and see how it goes .
 

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Tried my own permapatch and major bugs... it was more of a permabrick
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Tutorials are great but i think with some limited skills, i should just let the pros fix this and make more extreme things.

Thanks total_noob... Till the next update...
 

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Reading that release topic it seems like a great deal of people who've tried this from Pro B4 have found it inferior and gone back to Pro.

Too little too late i think.

Also..............PIES!
 

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The fix has been released in the same link which fixes the crash while accessing TN settings and in game plugins not working
 

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TN-HEN 6.20 Permanent Patch V2 has been released:

http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=6386

Changelog:

1)Skip coldboot
2)Return of final test
3)Change Delete button vsh.txt, game.txt, pops.txt, version.txt in /seplugins/ on UP
4)If recovery.prx lies on a memory card, then it is loaded from there, if not, then it is loaded from the internal memory PSPgo, if not, then it is loaded from the flash0
5)To copy recovery.prx in flash0, put it in a folder with the installer and install the patch.
6)If you want to use the Recovery Menu from memory cards or internal memory PSPgo, then copy it into ms0 (ef0): /seplugins/ [/p]
 

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...GBAtemp's psp community is soo late
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anywho, I tried this when it came out , and I couldn't even load psp games. >.> So I stuck to PRO B5. I like how the vsh menu is like integrated into the XMB though.
 

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6.20 TN-E Permanent Patch v3 released

http://pspslimhacks.com/6-20-tn-e-permanent-patch-v3/
QUOTE said:
!]If initializing flash rw – failed, installer exiting in XMB.
[+]If press DOWN, loading any *.PBP from ms0:/EBOOT.PBP or ef0:/EBOOT.PBP, ef0 prevails.
[+]Added ICON0.PNG. Thanks vit9696.
[+]Added ISO/CSO Loading (Extended rebootex Âardi), WARNING! Disabled size control function in installer!
[+]The delete function vsh.txt version.txt and not replaced and renamed in vsh_off.txt version_off.txt.
[!]Fixing Slim color patching in TN Settings, in PSP Fat-1000.
[!]Fixed coldboot.
[!]Fixed no-plugins bug in TN Settings.
[!]Delete update TN function.
[!]Password Control worked only if PSP first powered or rebooted.
[+]Added opportunity reinstall patch.
[!]Delete recovery function (It not worked).
[!]Reported renamed vsh.txt function.
Clear code.
[+]Added function for hide TN Settings in xmbctrl.prx.
[!]Already folder with patch for hidding named by “TN-E_PPATCH”.
[!]Fixed bug in not worked MAC spoof function in TN Settings.
 

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i know this is off-topic but is it me, or is the sreenshot in the source (in the post above) for 6.20 TN-E Permanent Patch v3, the same screenshot that was used in the custom firmware guide i wrote for gbatemp....... sure i'm not even a member of pspslimhacks....
sure you can even see my username in the screenshot
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