[GUIDE] Installing Despertar del Cementrio v4 - Update to 3.80M33 via Pandora
[GUIDE] Installing Despertar del Cementrio v4
This guide will guide you through the process of installing Despertar del Cementrio v4
For those who do not want to use UPMS, Multi-IPL-Loader or Ultimate Loader
This guide will work with both a PSP Slim and Classic!
Part 1 - Partitioning Memory Card and Converting Battery
Extract the Pandora GUI RAR downloaded for 'Part 1' found above in What will I need?. Install Pandora GUI. Start Pandora GUI. Extract your 1.50 EBOOT.PBP and place it on your desktop. Select the button 'Load Local File' in Pandora GUI, and select the extracted eboot found on your desktop. Plug your PSP in via USB to your PC. On the drop down menu, select your PSP's drive letter (for example, J). If on a custom firmware, under 'PSP Location' on Pandora GUI, select PSP/GAME150. If on a homebrew enabled firmware (i.e.: 1.50) use PSP/GAME. Make sure you have backed-up all data you intend on re-using, such as savedata and music. Press the 'Format My PSP'. Once finished, select the 'Copy Files' button. Now do the following:
Disconnect PSP from USB. Go to GAME > Memory Stick under the XMB (PSP Main Menu). Run the application. Once finished, plug your PSP back into your PC via USB. Select the button 'Write IPL'. Once finished:
Disconnect the PSP from USB. Run the new application found under GAME > Memory Stick. Press X to convert your battery. You have finished Step 1!
Part 2 - Installing Despertar del Cementrio v4 Extract the downloaded installation files. Copy 'despertar_cementerio' to 'X:/PSP/GAME/' Rename downloaded EBOOT.PBP's to:
1.50 EBOOT -> 150.PBP 3.40 EBOOT -> 340.PBP 3.80 EBOOT -> 380.PBP Place all three newly renamed EBOOT's in the root of your memory stick (X:/). If you have any PTF themes enabled, disable via 'Settings -> Theme Settings'. If you are on a custom firmware set your kernel to it's highest setting (ie 3.XX/2.XX). Run the application from GAME -> Memory Stick on your PSP. Follow on screen instructions. Delete both 150.PBP and 340.PBP, leave 380.PBP on your PSP. You have finished Step 2!
Using Your Battery Turn off your PSP fully. Remove your memory stick. Insert your memory stick. Start your PSP. Select one of the options!