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Psp updating custom firmware

If you have a PSP-2000 please first download PSPIdent, extract the PSPIdent folder to your PSPGAME directory, and run it.

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Choose the PRO CFW option to make your CFW permanent.The permanent patch takes two forms: either the c IPL flasher that comes with the CFW, or the Infinity 6.61 patch (which is bit more involved but provides the same functionality). First check which version of the official firmware (OFW) your PSP is currently running by going into your Settings menu, then System Settings / System Information.If you’re on a version older than 6.60 then you must perform this update, otherwise skip this step.You will now have a file in the MAKER folder called DATA.MFC, copy this file into the FLASHER folder on your memory card and now run the Flasher application from your PSP. You are technically still running the OFW at this stage, just a compromised version of it, so now you’ll need to reinstall the CFW just as you did in the Once that’s installed download the Infinity Configuration folder from Davee’s website, then unpack and copy the files within into your PSPGAME folder.If you've been watching our forums at all, then you know that camxpspx123 has been quite busy with his work updating drakon's Multicraft for PSP.

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Installing custom firmware (CFW) on your Sony PSP can unlock the power to use it as a capable handheld emulation platform, as well as opening it up to playing your PS1 backup files.

If you’re not familiar with CFW on the PSP, you may be surprised at how easy it is to set up and use.

If you are unlucky and have the TA-088v3 then this method will not work! OK this is a bit more involved than Method 1, but it is the only method available to owners of the PSP-3000, Go, and the PSP-2000 with a TA-088v3 motherboard.

We will be using Davee’s 6.61 Infinity to enable a permanent CFW hack on our machine.

Your PSP is now running the temporary CFW which lasts until a power off (sleep mode doesn’t count as powering off).