Quick help for a newbie please

Discussion in 'PSP - Hacking & Homebrew' started by Tokyo Jihen, Mar 25, 2011.

Mar 25, 2011
  1. Tokyo Jihen
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    I have a PSP 1001 that was softmodded by my brother's friend years ago. How outdated is 3.71 M33-4(that's what my system information says)?

    To update it, I read the FAQ and I'm not sure what ChickHen is, but are these instructions the ones I should follow?


    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    Also, my control pad seems to making flickering, involuntary movements around the screen for certain games. This does not happen at the home screen, just when I play Ratchet & Clank and a few other games. Is it a problem with my PSP or the firmware?

    Thank you! [​IMG]
     
  2. Jolan

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    Yeah, that's the right instructions for the update.
    As for the analog stick, I'm not sure. Try Joysens?
     
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    The control pad or joystick? The joystick doesn't control the home screen so if it's the joystick it's correct you wouldn't see it there.
     
  4. Tokyo Jihen
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    Oh, it's both. More so the analog stick, forgot to mention it.

    And I just tried to update to 5.50 Gen-D3 and it randomly turned off? I checked system information and it says 3.71 M33-4 still.

    Okay, nevermind. I did more searching and found out I had to upgrade the firmware to 5.00 M33-6 before upgrading to 5.50 Prometheus. Yay! [​IMG]
     

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