PSP Revived

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by sanoblue, Jan 20, 2012.

Jan 20, 2012

PSP Revived by sanoblue at 1:40 AM (4,244 Views / 0 Likes) 41 replies

  1. sanoblue
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    Member sanoblue The Fuzzy Blue Woof!

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    Its Time to dust off the ole PSP

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    Looking For Firmware Suggestions as well as App Suggestions.

    I am open to suggestion on FW version as well as mod, per the molment im looking to install pro B10fix1 (prefer Perm Mods)

    Send me Suggestions ^_^

    ((Bolded is Current Installed and Tested))

    Apps
    Go!Tube
    PSPKVM (For Opera purposes)
    Netfront Beta 4 (if you dislike Opera)
    Xplora 2 (for dumping and file management)

    PSP FW
    6.60

    CFW
    6.60 - Pro B10 Fix1 CIPL Flasher

    Emulation
    gpSP-J 4-29-10 (Is This The Newest/Best GBAemu?)

    Apps
    Go!Tube
    PSPKVM (For Opera purposes)
    Netfront Beta 4 (if you dislike Opera)
    Xplora 2 (for dumping and file management)
    PSPDisp v0.6

    Plugins
    Game Categories Lite 1.4
    GameMenu v7
    Download Manager V1
    BlinkLed V1.1
    XrossMediaBar Item Hider v1.3fix2
    Popsloader v3 (still not sure how this works as of yet)
    CXMB for 3.71-6.60 v2
    DayViewer v7
    RemoteJoyLite 0.19
    Hold+ V4
    hud
    Audioboost for 62X - 66X V4c (put it in my Game.txt) can i place in VSH.txt as well?
    AdhocToUSB + XKai Link

    Games ((8 Gig Stick))
    MGS: Peace Walker
    Lord of Arcana
    Corpse Party
    Monster Hunter (Series)
    Patapon (Series)
    FF VII Crisis Core ((Own it)) ^_^
    Carnivores (If you like retro)
    God Eater: Burst
    Persona 3 Portable
    Dissidia 012 ((Stays on Always The Stick))
    The 3rd Birthday
    Valkirya Chronicles 2.

    PSX
    Have a HUGE collection! (I believe that i have all the official but feel free to make suggestions)
     


  2. Hyro-Sama

    Member Hyro-Sama I'm from the fucking future.

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    I thought PSP ident couldn't be signed?
     
  3. sanoblue
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    it cant. im modded currently on an old version of pro god thats annoyed me to the point psp hasnt been touched in a long while.

    I've been outa the Scene for a while psp wise and dont know whats still working n ready to go.
     
  4. insidexdeath

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    Install 6.60 PRO and make sure to install CIPL Flasher as well to make it a permanent CFW.

    Plugins: Game Categories
    Popsloader(To play PSX classics)
    CXMB(Custom themes)
    Dayviewer

    Games: Persona 3 Portable
    Dissidia 012
    The 3rd Birthday
    Valkirya Chronicles 2.
     
  5. sanoblue
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    Member sanoblue The Fuzzy Blue Woof!

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    whats so much better about 6.60?
     
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    Nothing really. It's just the fact that you're going all the way back to install 6.20 PRO B-10 Permanent Patch when the Permanent Patch is mostly aimed at semi hackable PSPs and yours is a fully hackable one, so you could make your CFW permanent using a CIPL Flasher on 6.60 PRO-B10.
     
  7. sanoblue
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    good enough answer for me i guess ^_^
     
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    Nothing, other than more access to Sony's services (such as Media Go), but those can be easily bypassed by faking the version.

    For emulators, you can look here: http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/Emulation_on_PSP
    PSP games essentials: http://gbatemp.net/topic/300934-playstation-portable/
    PSP homebrew essentials: http://gbatemp.net/topic/272517-essentials-psp-homebrewgames/


    As I never used the CIPL, I can't confirm this, but I heard CIPL doesn't give you the option to boot into OFW, unlike 6.20 pro's permanent patch.
     
  9. sanoblue
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    good point....
     
  10. insidexdeath

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    Well if he wants to dual boot to OFW and CFW he can install 6.60 ME CFW.
     
  11. sanoblue
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    CIPL flasher (Custom IPL flasher), installs a custom IPL to your nand. The Custom IPL is what loads the custom firmware files on boot, thus making the custom firmware "permanent". This method only works with PSP 1000's, and PSP 2000s (non-TA-088v3), and is what all "full" custom firmwares (non-LCFW's and HEN's) use by default.

    The permanent loader is for 6.20 only (it was patched by Sony in later firmwares), and is an alternative to using a Custom IPL. This method is popular, because it works with all PSP models, including the Go (5g or lower), and will make your LCFW/HEN "permanent".

    So in conclusion, they both accomplish the same goal, but one only works with fully hackable PSP's (CIPL Flasher), and the other only works on firmware 6.20 (Permanent Patch). If you're using the permanent patch for 6.20 PRO, then there's really no reason to use a CIPL, especially if you don't have a fully hackable PSP (you'll brick).


     
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    Both 6.60 PRO and 6.20 PRO are able to access PSN, so it's really your choice.
     
  13. sanoblue
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    that it is... anywho anymore suggestions?

    been updating first post as well
     
  14. insidexdeath

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    If you want some emulators, check this wiki: http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/Emulation_on_PSP
     
  15. sanoblue
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    anymore suggestions on plugins? or cxmb compad theme site?
     
  16. sanoblue
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    whats a good theme site? between 6.60 and 6.20 which has better plugins for custom themes and custom game folders and which has better obscure plugins ?
     
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    You can access OFW with cIPL via holding Home during boot (I have cIPL on my PSP)
     
  18. Foxi4

    Reporter Foxi4 On the hunt...

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    2. Lord of Arcana
    3. Corpse Party
    4. Monster Hunter (Series)
    5. Patapon (Series)
    6. FF VII Crisis Core
    7. Carnivores (If you like retro)
    8. God Eater: Burst
    Apps:
    1. Go!Tube
    2. PSPKVM (For Opera purposes)
    3. Netfront Beta 4 (if you dislike Opera)
    4. Xplora 2 (for dumping and file management)
    Plugins:
    1. RemoteJoy Lite
    2. Hold
    3. AudioBoost
    4. AdhocToUSB + XKai Link
     
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    I suggest hud(very useful, it lets you know in game cpu use, battery percentage and battery time left), hold(it adds one more brightness level), and if you want to try 3d, PSP3D.
     
  20. sanoblue
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    any other advantages u can think of?

    updated first post ^_^
     

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