· If the firmware is permanently installed it means your PSP will boot directly in to the custom firmware when powered on, if not it means you will have to enable it again by launching a simple app. This however only needs doing from a cold boot, if you leave the PSP in standby like most people do (you probably do this without realising) then you will not need to enable it.
Installing Custom Firmware on a 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. One of the things you need to do beforehand is install custom firmware on your PSP. This is how I did it.
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There are two ways to configure the emulator: by clicking on “Config” or using the entries in the “Configuration” menu, you set up its options globally for all games. Alternatively, you can use per-game configurations by right-clicking on an entry in the game list and choosing “Create Custom Configuration” from the menu that pops up.
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In the PSP menu go to 'GAME' and then launch the custom firmware enabler. Inside go into the settings menu and into configuration and change the UMD mode to the m33 driver. You can also do this when in the PSP menu by pressing select to bring up the menu. Now having done this, go to 'GAME' again and just play the ISO. It should work now.
· To set it up, Run first the Custom Firmware Installer, and Uninstaller your current custom firmware. Run the installer again in order to install the new firmware. which is 6.61 Pro C2. then lastly run the Permanent Patch to make it permanent.
· Just one month ago, there has been an update for Neur0n’s popular ME & LME custom firmwares, made by developer Rahim-US, which offered support for the 6.20 firmware and added the permanent patch to the 6.20 LME CFW.. Today we are back and proudly present you yet another update for those great custom firmwares: The 6.xx ME-2 and the 6.xx LME-2.
Step 1 – Install Custom Firmware on PSP. First of all you need to install custom firmware on your PSP: PSP 2000, 1000: Install Custom Firmware on PSP PSP 3000, 2000 TA-088v3: Install Custom Firmware 5.03 GE-C. Step 2 – Download PSP Games (ISO/CSO) Once you’ve installed the custom firmware on your PSP now download your desired PSP Game ...
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