Updating psp firmware 6 31 International hot chat without login


09-May-2017 13:18

One of the things you need to do beforehand is install custom firmware on your PSP. The custom firmware you put in your PSP depends on what firmware you currently have installed. For version 6.60, just go to this page and choose one of the sites: I don't know everything about all the sites and I can't personally vouch for their validity. It could be the humor, the pretty pictures, the degree of unhelpfulness, or anything.

To see what you have, go to "Settings» System Settings» System Information". This is basic common sense, but I figured I'd mention it anyway.**Usually you'll have to unzip the folder you've downloaded. When you're done with that, find the folder with "UPDATE" in the name.

In this case, a tiff file is used to change the version number to 1.00, after which you’ll be able to update to 1.50. PBP file in X: PSPGAMEUPDATE (where X: is your PSP) and extract the MPH Downgrader zip in your PSP root (main folder). Don’t be afraid, this is just the program doing its work. If it fails to do so, just select the PSP root (main folder) manually. Unzip the Patch SFO EBOOT to X: PSPGAMEPatch SFO and the FW 1.50 EBOOT.

If you are prompted about replacing any files, click ‘Yes to All’. Wait about 30 seconds and restart your PSP (hold your power switch up until it switches off and turn it back on). You’ll then encounter another error, press O to restart. PBP file to X: PSPGAMEUPDATE (where X: is your PSP).

Okay guys so this one may actually be somewhat useful.

I found my old PSP and decided I'd put some emulators on it, SNES, Game Boy, etc. When you find it, follow the instructions on the page to download it to your computer.

Therefore, for all the speedreaders out there: So we want to install a custom firmware (m33 to be exact).

Does this work on all PSP models (1000, 2000, 3000, etc.) Thanks for the guide!

They have all the same functions, but have added functionality and the ability to run homebrew.

At some point, people stopped trying to run homebrew on these official firmwares and just developed software to downgrade and/or switch PSP to custom firmware.

It may also void the warranty of your PSP system as you would be working with delicate parts like the PSP’s flash memory.

So if you screw up, Make Use Of Yep, we’ll be starting with firmware versions 1.00 through 3.50.

Where these applications could initially be run on the 1.50 firmware PSPs, users who updated wouldn’t be so fortunate.