PSP 6.61 Custom Firmware Install on any PSP - PSP, PSP Slim, PSP 3000, PSP Go & E1000

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  1. xshmack

    xshmack New Member

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    every time i try to put the emulators in the psp it tells me they are all corrupted. am I doing something wrong?
     
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    Hi everyone! I have an old PSP 1004 which shows me RSoD when booted. However I can enter Recovery Menu, therefore I believe it is possible fix the thing. I just have no idea how to do so. Can anybody help me?
     
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    I did what the reddit page told me and it works! Thanks a lot!

    For now I decided to install CFW on 6.20 and it works fine. But I really would like to go on 6.60-6.61. If you don't mind, can you please provide a bit of help with installing hacked 6.61? The last thing I now want is to make some stupid mistake to ruin all I have done.

    Right now I am on 6.20 and when I try to install 6.60 as the first post tells I get this error: "The system configuration of this PSP does not appear to be correct...(DRNFFFFFFCD).

    What should I do?
     
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    From what i gather its to do with some keys been corrupt from downgrading, as your PSP was on a higher firmware originally than the one you recovered it with. That said Hellcats Recovery Flasher doesn't work with 6.60 from the point of been able to flash it, what I gather so i'm not totally sure what the solution is here. It seems at some point Hellcats Recovery Flasher was been updated to support later firmwares, however that doesn't have seem to of been released: https://twitter.com/therealhellcat/status/197624190021537792
     
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    Thanks! I will try to look into it.
     
  7. Gio_0016

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    Hello! I'm new on this forum and on the psp homebrewing scene as well.
    Thanks to you, InsaneNutter, I am on my way to achieve my childhood dream of installing cfw on my two psp's!
    I was wondering about something: if i dump a umd from my usa (ntsc) psp and I wanted it to play on the European (pal) PSP, will it work?
    Also, do the homebrew apps need to be in the same directories as the games?
    Thanks!
    (sorry for my bad English, as I am neither American nor English:))
    EDIT: All my psp's are on version 6.60, do i need to still update it?
     
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    Yes, the games will work on any PSP, so no problems there!

    Homebrews go in PSP/GAME folder
    ISO's go in the ISO folder on the root of the memory stick.

    I don't really see any benefit in updating if your on 6.60.
     
  9. TAO88

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    Hello
    I followed the instructions had the update on to memory card and when i tried to update it the PSP flashes saying it is up to date 2.60. Hoping you can help
     
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    So are you are currently on the 2.60 firmware?

    If so did you defiantly copy the 6.60 firmware over to the memory stick to update the PSP?
     
  11. TAO88

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    I used your link download the firmware unzip and copy the file name as on the screen shot. The memory stick only has this file
     
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    What firmware is your PSP currently on?
     
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    2.60
     
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    What would happens if i installed CFW 6.61 Pro-C2 on a CFW 6.60 Pro-C2?

    I have a PSP 2000
     
  15. TAO88

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    I found out where i went wrong, copied the eboot.psp file only to the memory stick instead of everything folders and all after unzipping to memory card and is now version 6.60. Just in case someone did the same.
     
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    You need to update to 6.61 which should remove the CFW. So you'd just install Pro-C2 again after updating.
     

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