Hacking the PSP

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    Work in Progress.

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      -by UniqueUserName

      • This is ONE, of the TWO Download Links, for the All-In-One "PSP CFW (NOOB Friendly Edition) 6.60 PRO C2" package.

        Everything you need to get started putting CFW on your PSP will be included.




      • I know it looks complicated, but if you take a few minutes (after aquiring the 2 Downloads) to review the tutorial (which will tell you how to figure out what you can and cant do), you will see that it only takes a few minutes and is by far the easiest way to do this.



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      • Ever want to try Custom Firmware on your PSP, but thought it was a little too complicated??
        Well, you certainly have come to the right place...

        You will only require the TWO downloads seen here to make it happen folks.
        ALL already pre-set-up in the Noob-Friendly fashion you all love so much.

        It shouldnt take more than ten minutes (once you read the tutorial)...
        To be up and running and enjoying your newly unlocked goodness.


        PSP CFW (NOOB Friendly Edition) 6.60 PRO C2
        = 1st download from these TWO links =

        - 6.60 OFW = (2of2) DOWNLOAD LINK:
        http://www.psx-place.com/resources/...6-60-pro-c2-2of2-ofw.377/download?version=438

        - PSP CFW (NOOB Friendly Edition) 6.60 PRO C2 = (1of2) DOWNLOAD LINK:
        http://www.psx-place.com/resources/...6-60-pro-c2-1of2-cfw.378/download?version=439

        = Then =

        1. Extract/Unzip both required downloads to Desktop...
        2. Add the OFW "eboot.pbp" to the empty UPDATE folder provided (PSP/GAME/UPDATE).
        3. Copy the two folders (psp/seplugins) from the Noob-Friendly CFW download to ROOT of your memstick...


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        = FILE LOCATIONS ON MEMSTICK ROOT =
        ( Already "pre-configured", once you ADD the OFW "EBOOT.PBP" to the empty UPDATE folder)​

        Official 6.60 Firmware =
        PSP / GAME / UPDATE / EBOOT.PBP

        Pro Update =
        PSP / GAME / PROUPDATE / EBOOT.PBP

        CIPL Flasher =
        PSP / GAME / CIPL_Flasher / EBOOT.PBP (with PRX Files)

        Fast Recovery =
        PSP / GAME / FastRecovery / EBOOT.PBP

        PSP IDENT 0.75 =
        PSP / GAME / PSPIDENT 0.75 / EBOOT.PBP (with PRX Files)

        SEPLUGINS =
        ROOT / seplugins
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        ===== GETTING STARTED STEPS =====

        = 6.60 OFW UPDATE =
        XMB (navigation):
        Game
        Memory Stick
        PSP Update Ver 6.60
        press X

        OFW UPDATE (navigation):
        when START appears, press X
        press RIGHT ARROW
        press DOWN ARROW (to highlight ACCEPT)
        press RIGHT ARROW
        press X
        (updating percentage will be displayed)
        (update completed will be displayed)
        press X
        (PSP restarts)

        FOR SUCCESS VERIFICATION =
        XMB (navigation):
        Settings
        System Settings
        System Information
        (Version 6.60 should be displayed)


        = 6.60 PRO C2 CFW UPDATE =
        XMB (navigation):
        Game
        Memory Stick
        Pro Update
        press X

        CFW UPDATE (navigation):
        when black screen with white text appears, press X
        (wait for it to complete)
        press X (to start CFW)
        (PSP restarts)

        FOR SUCCESS VERIFICATION =
        XMB (navigation):
        Settings
        System Settings
        System Information
        (Version 6.60 PRO-C2 should be displayed)

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        Use PSPIdent to verify the version of your MOTHERBOARD.
        Compare that information with the below CHART.
        Confirm whether OR NOT your motherboard IS infact CIPL compatible.

        PSP MOTHERBOARD COMPATIBILITY CHART:
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        (SOURCE= Wololo.Net) (LINK= http://wololo.net/wagic/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Motherboard-Overview-Old.png)

        IF YOUR MODEL IS NOT COMPATIBLE, YOU WILL BRICK YOUR PSP WITH CIPL !!

        I cant stress it enough... to NOT use CIPLFlasher unless your motherboard is compatible !!
        (Do you need a PSP Paperweight?)

        It MUST have a GREEN YES box on the chart...
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        = BELOW ARE YOUR TWO CIPL OPTIONS... =
        (CHOOSE WISELY)
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        IF CIPL IS NOT compatible...
        (follow THESE steps)


        = FAST RECOVERY =​
        ...Upon EVERY Restart...
        (You MUST boot FAST RECOVERY to start your new custom firmware)

        NOTE: standby/sleep modes will not reset your firmware.
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        IF CIPL IS compatible...
        (follow THESE steps)


        = CIPL FLASHER =
        XMB (navigation):
        Game
        Memory Stick
        CIPL Flasher For PRO-C
        press X

        CIPL FLASHER (navigation):
        when black screen with white text appears, press X
        (wait for it to complete AND restart)
        (wait for your XMB to appear)

        FOR SUCCESS VERIFICATION =
        RESTART your PSP (wait for your XMB to appear)

        XMB (navigation):
        Settings
        System Settings
        System Information
        (Version 6.60 PRO-C2 should be displayed)

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        Anything you already used can now be deleted from your memory stick...
        ( EXCEPTION: Fast Recovery = Must keep if PSP is NOT CIPL COMPATIBLE )​
        -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

        Thats it... Youre done !!


        Enjoy!


        -UniqueUserName



      • Acknowledgements from the past:
        • Total_Noob: For the initial discovery of the Power-Kernel-Exploit in 6.20 OFW.
        • Coldbird: For initial reverse of the TN Kernel Exploit, Hacks to make it 6.3X compatible and several other things CFW related.
        • VirtuousFlame: For the ISO Loading Code, Custom PSX EBOOT Support and most of the CFW related code.
        • Mathieulh, Geohotz, TPU and everyone else involved for making PSP signing possible, making the Minna No Sukkiri Exploit redundant.
        • Dark_Alex for the initial M33 CFW who guided us mentally through several CFW generations by giving good examples on how to patch Sony OFW.
        • Davee for his v1 register leak address discovery used in Power-Argument-Patching.
        • victor.rds for the cool animated Fast Recovery Icon. (http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=3716#p42091)
        • Takka and Plum for their idea of preventing hibernation deletetion.
        • kgsws for his idea of faking vshmain module as permanent patch
        • bbtgp and Draan for their PrxEncrypter source code to produce the signed fake vshmain module for permanent patch
        • bbtgp, Dark_AleX, Noobz, Team C+D, M33 Team, and coyotebean for their new psardumper source to get the OFW binary
        • neur0n for his syscall execution in kernel mode, and CIPL allowing hackable PSPs to have CFW installed permanently, and several bug fixes
        • jas0nuk for his PSPident source to detect if it is a TA-88v3 unit
        • ardi for his umd4homebrew to enable UMD in homebrews
        • some1 for his exploit on 6.39 OFW, allowing CFW on 6.39
        • again some1/Davee/Proxima/Zecoxao for their exploit on 6.60 OFW, allowing CFW on 6.60
        • Yoti for blocking satellite menu in Go!cam
        • xFede and sinistro for their translations for Italian and Spanish
        • Richard J. Prinz for the 8x8 fonts in 8x8 Pixel ROM Font Editor
        • And last but not least - Sony for making a wonderful, however very locked down, portable gaming handheld.




    • PSP CFW (NOOB Friendly Edition) 6.60 PRO C2 ( 2-Part Package)...​

      DOWNLOAD LINKS:

    • Frequently Asked Questions

      Do I need anything else other than what is in this package to start homebrew on my PSP?
      • NO

      Can I boot to custom firmware without having to use a loader?
      • Only if your "motherboard" is CIPL Flashable...(please see Compatibility Chart in tutorial TAB)... There ARE other CFW alternatives if this method isnt for you, however it is the BEST CFW to have and WILL get you started.

      Where is the BEST place to find all the wonderful Apps, Emulators, Homebrew, Plugins, and Tools for the PSP?
     
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    hi,
    am try to downgrade my p3p 3004 from 6.61 to 6.20 or 6.35 but all the file am downloading keeps on telling me corrupted.
    can some please help me pleease
    if you can help to send me a file i will be very glad

    thank you

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