1. Cyberos

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    Hi,

    I followed your tutorial to install the Infinity patch with LCFW ME. It went just fine, the LCFW is permanent but, I can't run any games. Some of them makes the PSP restart, others (like MH 3rd HD or the GBA emulator GPSP) return me to the menu and display an error message : "The game could not be started. (800200D9)"

    I have a PSP 3004 4g with datacode 9C.

    What should I do ?
     
  2. zfreeman

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    Have you tried switching to a different UMD driver? Are you running any plugins from 'game.txt' instead of vsh?
     
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    I just tried all the drivers I had Inferno, M33 Driver, ME drivers, and some others, nothing works. I'm actually a bit rusty regarding these, the memory stick I use for my current PSP contains the data for my old PSP, it was on LCFW 6.20, I removed the Seplugins folder.

    Should I format the memory stick and redo the installation ?

    Regarding where I'm running plugins from... I'm not quite sure, I use the VSH menu, yes. I checked in my Seplugins folder, I have a game.txt, but these are plugins I installed for a LCFW 6.20, is it safe to put them on a 6.61 system ? (Also, I'm not sure of what plugins are in the folder)
     
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    I checked in the plugins menu of the Recovery Menu, I don't have any plugins in there.

    I also removed the LCFW ME and tried the one you provided in the first post (Promod C2) but, again, no change. This time, when I launched MH3rd, it didn't even played the PSP logo animation, it showed a black screen, then brought me back to the XMB, it even removed the LCFW.

    So, right now, I'm clueless. Maybe my memory stick has some conflicting files. (since it contains data from 6.20 LCFW) I'll try to format it.

    EDIT : Aaaand no. Not a single change. The only thing I did not try is to uninstall Infinity. No matter what UMD/ISO Driver I will try, the games just won't start.

    EDIT 2 : I uninstalled Infinity, games work now. I think I'll leave it as it is now, just the LCFW. I don't want to brick a console I bought yesterday.
     
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  5. ManitoCC

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    Hi guys, i have a little question, can we delete any of those folders we create?
    Are they needed to be on memory card or we can delete them? (wich one we can delete btw?)

    Thanks
     
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    Following the successful installation of the permanent CFW, you can delete/format anything and everything. That's the beauty of it.
     
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    Another question now that i succesufully deleted all those unecessary folders from my memory card.

    I have a Psp Street E1000 on 6.60, can i perform this tutorial??

    Thanks.
     
  8. zfreeman

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    No. It's not able to run 6.31 which is what Infinity is based off. It will brick permanently.
     
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    So what options do i have?
    Thanks
     
  10. zfreeman

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    You can run a LCFW on 6.60 or 6.61. after installation, you will have to activate it every time you hard reset or coldboot your PSP.
     
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  11. Renny_Clarkson

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    I followed the tutorial by Tech James on Youtube. Worked fine, but towards the end of the video he said that we should keep the files on the memory card. In the comments below the video another guy asked why and I was wondering the same thing. Tech James replied that "The PSP looks for the PRO update & recovery files, you must keep those files and the boot-loader to keep the CFW running." And now I'm confused: can I really delete all those folder and forget about them or will my psp brick eventually doing so?
     
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    The only reason you would keep them is if you wanted to uninstall CFW using Chronoswitch. If you want to run a LCFW, you only have to keep the recovery folder/files to reactivate the LCFW; the update only needs to be present when updating like any official update. If the PSP were to continuously check for these files, I'm sure the wakelock-like behavior would drain the battery a lot faster. Hypothetically, if the PSP was dependent on these files/folders, then it just wouldn't boot until copying them back to the memory card. Could you link this video for reference?
     
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    That sounds far more plausible, thanks. Here's the video:
     
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    Hi,

    Looking for a bit of assistance with my v1003 PSP running 6.61 PRO-C∞. Everything has been working fine for me until I installed a theme which caused a minor issue but I would like to sort it out if possible.

    In the Theme Settings > Color I now have a load of blank colours above the color options that you usually get and I'm really stuck as to how I can get it back to how it should be. I've tried everything that I can think of and I've not been able to find anything online in relation to this so I'm wondering if I maybe have to reinstall the firmware to sort it out?

    Can anybody assist with this?

    Thanks.

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  15. zfreeman

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    Use Chronoswitch Downgrader to uninstall infinity. For PSP series 1000 and some 2000: use cIPL (CIPL_Flasher folder app) instead.
     
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    photo_2018-11-03_23-58-17.jpg

    When i tried building the hybrid firmware, this error comes up
     
  17. zfreeman

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    What PSP do you have?
     
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    PSP 3004
     
  19. zfreeman

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    I'm thinking you might have downloaded the Go updates instead or renamed the .PBP files.
     
  20. A_Random_Guy

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    Nope. I double checked and downloaded the file name that has X000 and the file names are correct

    EDIT: i changed the UMD driver from the default and tried again. It works now
     
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    Hi there! Today a partner bring me a psp go! apparently without any hacks. I uploaded it from 6.60 to 6.61. Can I make it permanent with this tutorial? Or wich tutorial should I follow?
    Thanks in advance.
     
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