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Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by naughtynazgul, Sep 6, 2009.
Can i update my modded PSP to the latest Sony firmware without killing the modchip?
The PSP has a modchip?
Are there even PSP modchips? o-o
as far as I remember (If I do remember well) there was a modchip for fats, but it was discontinued because of the pandora and all...
it was infectus or something if i remember.
The Infectus Chip is an Xbox mod. The PSP chip was the Undiluted Platinum Chip.
Oh wait nvm. It has 3.80 M33. When i bought it, the guy said it was modded. I didn't think he meant softmodded.
3.80 M33 and up allow you to just click Network Update to update to the latest M33, which iirc is 5.00 M33-6.
update it manually. i dont trust the network update.
lol yea, I just recently traded my defective phat and got a modded 3.40 OE...I just ran Hellcat's flasher and installed the latest m33 from there
So you don't trust firmware components instigated by Dark Alex? Why the heavens don't you trust your own firmware?
I said NETWORK UPDATE.
I dont know if I will be downloading the M33 update or the Official update through Network Update.
Then check the vsh, it has the option to swap between the two.
what the heck. i can do it manually, dont I? it's not a hassle for me to update via PC. i'll re-check the options in a bit
Use M33 network update (currently: Enabled)
Is this it?
Yes that's the enabled NETWORK UPDATE via the M33 servers (!) which you don't trust....
Actually, funny story about network update. It has bricked my PSP when using it on my (at the time) 3.90 PSP. So yeah, it's not entirely trustworthy. It was fully charged and plugged in, and when it got to 98% it gave me an error and was bricked Joyous!
Your Internet connection maybe died?
Was it 98 % of installation och 98 % of downloading?
That can happen with normal updating too, happened to me before. Updating is really hit and miss on the PSP. Always keep a Pandora battery handy.
told you all that i dont trust network update.
Ok...to prevent scaremongering lets just say that the Network Update is equally as reliable as a regular update, only easier since it's automatic. It does exactly the same thing as a manual update so it's equally likely to result in a brick, but some people would rather have the peace of mind and do it manually (or just don't have a Wifi Connection for their PSP).