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PSP 3000 OFW 6.37 To CFW???

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ahmed1233y, 1m agoPosted 3 years, 1 month ago
Hi,

I have bought a Black PSP 3000 with Official Firmware 6.37 and comes with 8gb memory card.

Now I want to put Custom Firmware on it but dont know how, I'v checked tutorials on Google put they all seem to be off putting and dont really understand them as this is my first PSP.

Can anyone tell me how to, from experience, or a link to a guide which you used which is simple and easy.

Thanks (and try to be helpful, might be a lot to ask from people)
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ahmed1233y, 1m agoPosted 3 years, 1 month ago
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narcist#1
http://forums.dashhacks.com/psp-tutorials-guides/299905-ultimate-guide-install-6-xx-pro-cfw-all-psp-models.html

its easy and if you don't feel confident doing it then don't.

Edited By: narcist on Feb 12, 2012 00:27
ahmed123#2


The link is not working...
EDIT: Working now

Edited By: ahmed123 on Feb 12, 2012 00:28
ahmed123#3
The link doesnt seem to include firmware v6.37 should I just carry on as normal using the tutorial guide for 6.38 firmware???
MadeDixonsCry#4
ahmed123
The link doesnt seem to include firmware v6.37 should I just carry on as normal using the tutorial guide for 6.38 firmware???

Yes.
dtovey89#5
Either downgrade to 6.20 for permanent CFW or go to the latest 6.60 for lite.

Think both are PRO B10 atm. Google search psp dash hacks and read the tutorials in the forum section.
ahmed123#6
dtovey89
Either downgrade to 6.20 for permanent CFW or go to the latest 6.60 for lite.

Think both are PRO B10 atm. Google search psp dash hacks and read the tutorials in the forum section.


Narcist link seems fine, just need to check what module my psp is, currently getting a brand new screen fitted so will do the module checker "app" when its repaired...

MadeDixonsCry
ahmed123
The link doesnt seem to include firmware v6.37 should I just carry on as normal using the tutorial guide for 6.38 firmware???

Yes.


Alright... thanks for that

Im thinking of selling the psp and want to know would I get more if i put CFW or left it with IFW? Also how much could i get, its got original box, htc earphones, carry case, 3 UMDs and screen protectors, oh and the manuals etc with 8gb mem card.



Edited By: ahmed123 on Feb 13, 2012 10:01
jaydog69#7
ahmed123
dtovey89
Either downgrade to 6.20 for permanent CFW or go to the latest 6.60 for lite.

Think both are PRO B10 atm. Google search psp dash hacks and read the tutorials in the forum section.


Narcist link seems fine, just need to check what module my psp is, currently getting a brand new screen fitted so will do the module checker "app" when its repaired...

MadeDixonsCry
ahmed123
The link doesnt seem to include firmware v6.37 should I just carry on as normal using the tutorial guide for 6.38 firmware???

Yes.


Alright... thanks for that

Im thinking of selling the psp and want to know would I get more if i put CFW or left it with IFW? Also how much could i get, its got original box, htc earphones, carry case, 3 UMDs and screen protectors, oh and the manuals etc with 8gb mem card.




Ahmed, would you swap your 8GB card for a 2GB card and £5 Paypal?
ahmed123#8
@Jaydog69 - Would rather keep it for now...
ahmed123#9
Another quick question:

Is installing Pro-B10 on 6.20 psp 3000 same as installing Pro-B9 and what does L stand for in LCFW??
I dont have any CFW on atm...

This is what i am going to use as a guide,

http://pspslimhacks.com/lcfw-6-xx-pro-b10-released/


Edited By: ahmed123 on Feb 13, 2012 23:49: link
fanpages#10
ahmed123
...what does L stand for in LCFW??


Light.

The firmware is held in the on-board Random Access Memory &/or flash memory card(s).

If in the on-board RAM, powering-down the console will mean a "reinstall" is required the next time the console is started.

BFN,

fp.
ahmed123#11
fanpages
ahmed123
...what does L stand for in LCFW??


Light.

The firmware is held in the on-board Random Access Memory &/or flash memory card(s).

If in the on-board RAM, powering-down the console will mean a "reinstall" is required the next time the console is started.

BFN,

fp.


I see, thanks for that...
ahmed123#12
Can PSPs get banned like Xbox 360s??
ahmed123#13
If I create backups of the UMDs I own do I have to have CFW to be able to play them from memory card?

Thanks in advance

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