CFW Help !
I recently got a new PSP 2001 from a friend, I tried installing CFW Via Pandora and it wouldn't do anything but stay in a black screen. It cant be my Pandora battery because I tried it on my other PSP 2001( exact same model and color) and it works on that one. Yes the battery turns it on by itself on both PSP's but on the new one it only shows a black screen. Since theyre both the same models I dont think it can be the motherboard because he said that he bought it new and never sent it to be fixed or repaired, why do I say this well because there was numerous reports back in the days of the first slims that people would send them back to the company to get them repaired and only to receive their fixed PSP with a unhackable motherboard. Is there a reason to as why I cant install CFW on that PSP ? Or can anyone let me know if theres another way to install CFW without a PAndora, and a tutorial please ?
what is your psp firmware?
My hacked one is on 6.38 pro B
Originally Posted by samurai-of-death
My unhacked one is 6.20 ofw
For the unhacked psp try 6.20 TN-E
All you have to do put it on your psp and run the app from the xmb. It should then be hacked
hope this help; if you have any other question then just ask. I will try to answer them.
I recently found out that my new PSP has the TA-088 v3 motherboard. Any suggestions on what to do ?
1st generation PSP Slims: pre-TA-085XX motherboards
2nd generation PSP Slims: TA-088v3 motherboards
3rd generation PSP Slims: TA-090v1 motherboards
Your motherboard is a 2nd generation psp. The CFW link above this post should work for your psp.
My psp motherboard is a TA-088v3 and I run the TN-E(fix).
Is TN-E a permanent CFW or do I have to redo the process every time I want to run it ?
yes, TN-E has a permanent cfw here the link.
dl: [RELEASE] 6.20 TN-E Permanent Patch v3
WARRING: Flashing anything into the psp flash memory is dangerous and can lead to the psp not working.
Ok thanks, I'll have to think about this first.
Your welcome. If you have any more question then feel free to ask. I will try my best to answer them.
I recently updated my psp cfw to 6.20 pro-b9. This is also an option you can look into for your cfw needs.
Here is a link to their project page: http://code.google.com/p/procfw/