What I would really like to find is some sort of comparison between the latest versions of the different CFW that are out there. Hey all – after some quick googling this site seems to have a lot of knowledgeable people and a somewhat active scene on the PSP still. Add Thread to del. I really didn’t use it much after the upgrade, especially because it looked like that update broke a bunch of my homebrew broken links on the loader screen, etc. Should I just do the same thing here? Share Share this post on Digg Del. Some come with install instructions and its pretty simple unzip, take the one file that was zipped and move it somewhere or copy the text for the most part but then I get a few like this one with no install instructions and all kinds of folders filled with all kinds of stuff.
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Anything ME can do that Pro can’t? Hey all – after some mr googling this site seems to have a lot of knowledgeable people and a somewhat active scene on the PSP still. Add Thread to del. Can anyone say definitively? UniqueUserName Your explanation is fine.
After this, go to the theme settings option on the PSP I think it is below the system settings option and if everything has worked, it should show the. I really didn’t use it much after the upgrade, especially because it looked like that update broke a bunch of my homebrew broken links on the loader screen, etc. If the PSP crashes while rebooting, try shortening the name of the theme, it might help this happened when I frsst tried to install a theme hope this helps, and good luck!
See I had the opposite experience when I flashed ME 6. But, what Md can’t find anywhere is what the latest C3 version has that C2 fix 3 does not.
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I doubt that this is the case anymore though. I’ve seen a lot of posts like this, but nothing is really definitive. Of course, if it wasnt for you they wouldnt work in LME either.
I dont wanna start sticking files places and possible cxkb something up or forget where I put them. I’m not afraid to read a long tutorial, but I’d like to know which ones are the most up-to-date. Before I get started, I though I should update to the latest custom firmwares, etc to make sure I’m up to date.
Czmb to be a few day before I get around to it though – so still looking for better advice. Due to the older firmware version, you couldn’t use the PSN store.
Originally Posted by bengalih. I think for now I’m going to flash the latest 6. Problem is it has been years since I’ve messed with the PSP scene, and I don’t know where to begin to get the most current consolidated info.
I havent added a PSP Noobs thread to this site yet, but if you are just getting back into the PSP scene, please check out the two following links for what you are looking for. Thanks – I’ll read through them over the next couple of days. Edit2 – Some of the other pluggins come with 4 folders just like this one but I just ignore 3 of the 4 and only use the seplugings folder.
I just started messing with plugins a couple days ago.
The time now is Then, disconnect your PSP and press select button to bring up the vsh menu, then select em “reset vsh” option.
Thanks a bunch for the info, I really appreciate it.
Last Jump to page: Should I just do the same thing here? Edit – I tried some md like entering the “ms0: Board index All times are UTC. Doing some quick googling it looks like 32 GB might be the largest supported, but I’ve seen some posts that make me believe that custom firmware may be able to read as much as GB.
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If I don’t go with the latest, what do I lose? Also – one thing I would love to do is put as many as my backups as possible onto a single memory stick so I don’t need to swap.
What I would really like to find is some sort of comparison between the latest versions of the different CFW that are out there.