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.
How to install custom firmware on PSP (model-E1004, firmware-6.60)[HD]
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Installing the Custom Firmware. Step 1: Turn on your PSP and navigate to Settings—>System Settings to open PSP System Information.Here go to Check your System Software information and proceed ...
This video will show you how to install custom firmware onto your PSP (Playstation Portable). Being able to install your own firmware will allow you to change the way your PSP operates. Follow these instructions, but be careful! It's always a good idea to back-up your PSP to prevent data loss.
· Copy the CIPL_Flasher from the Pro C2 firmware you downloaded to the PSP > Game folder on the memory card, then run the application from your PSP to make the custom firmware permanent. You can now power your PSP off and still have custom firmware when you power it on again, that's is your PSP is permanently hacked. The only thing that will remove this is by upgrading to a newer official firmware…
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