Update to PRO-C or stay on PRO-B10?

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Jan 11, 2013
  1. Just Another Gamer
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    I haven't really updated my PSP since PRO-C has been released and PRO-B10 has been working fine for me so far without any problems so I was wondering if I should update or not?
     
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    You probably should, if you care enough to do it.
     
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    If i were you i install 6.60 ME (when you have a psp go LME) 1.8.

    Becaue the neuer0n is a better Developer than Virtous Flame

    and the CFW supports ever Psp Stuffs. When you have a Psp go

    you can install the Light Speed. Whit them you can boot your TCFW whit a

    icon in your XMB.
     
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    But how does that affect their use of the PSP itself?

    Like?

    Or he could just use the patch that makes his PSP boot into CFW automatically on boot?
     
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    Ummm...so should I update to PRO-C or stay on PRO-B10?
     
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    Well C is just the newer version of it, might as well.
     
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    does this help ?
     
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    Ah okay. This might sound stupid but how do you update it? I read the sickies but I couldn't really find or missed a PRO to PRO update bit. I'm still on 6.20 if it matters.
     
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    Just run the PRO installer and choose to uninstall (uninstall the 6.20 perma patch if you have it installed first, the perma patch has it's own uninstall thing as well), then restart the PSP into OFW, run the PRO installer, then run the patch.
     
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    gamer which do you use perm firmware or temp firmware ? if its the light custom firmware then you need to reset each time u power it on then u can just update to 6.60 then install 6.60 proB
     
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    btw, isn't it important to say which version psp you got?

    because if I recall correctly, there were some motherboard models which couldn't have an automatic booting of the custom firmware. I think Rydian could tell more about this point, because He hid sticky helped me greatly.
    and it seems logical that an update from pro-B to pro-C won't have any drawbacks, only improvements, I think.
     
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    Thanks. Its been a while since I did any of this for my PSP.
     
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    Nah, its alright since i'm still on 6.20.

    Its a 2k model. And thanks I guess i'll update to PRO-C even though I don't use the online client thing much.
     
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    Yay. Its works thanks everyone. Also by the way does PRO-C have any new features like faster loading times or better compatibility?
     
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    the Pro-C 6.60 does
    • Homebrew Compatible - Run your own unsigned applications, both user and kernel mode.
    • Plugin Compatible - Add new features to your PSP via kernel mode background plugins.
    • ISO / CSO Game Dump Playback - Backup your own UMD discs via USB and play them from Flash Storage.
    • 2g+ Memory Range Unlock - Use the previously locked RAM range within your own homebrews.
    • NODRM Engine - Use your bought DLCs, no matter on which PSN account you are currently logged in.
    • PSX Emulator Unlock - Play your PSX classics, yes - all of them. Not just PSN titles
     
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    6.20 can permanent on any PSP it can run on.

    It's got the updated ISO driver which in general means better PSP game compatibility.

    EDIT: Also that's the general feature list for PRO, and the 6.20 is developed with the same features as the other versions.
     
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    I think wikipedia said you could only play some games if you had at least the firmware required for it.
    source :
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PlayStation_Portable_system_software

    though I doubt it that with a CFW it would matter, but I am not entirely sure about this one either.

    oh and did you perma-mod it? because some psp 2000's could I did read in the Rydian's sticky.
     
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    6.20/6.60 PRO-C one new crucial feature along with a few bug fixes, Net-Play feature which will allow users to play Network enabled homebrews over the internet
     
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    Yes I could perma mod it on my PSP. Makes me feel fortunate I got a 2k model.
     

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