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3.10 OE-A and DevHook Help

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by Rescorbic, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. Rescorbic

    Rescorbic Member

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    I've looked around the sticky's and used search, but I haven't found any help. Please help or redirect me to a link that can help. Sorry for another typical noob topic.

    Problem:

    I've installed the 3.10 OE-A firmware, and I read around that you need a application called Devhook in order to play ISO/CSO. But my problem is I don't know which version to install, how to install it, and what to do next.

    I figure I should figure out how to play PSP games before I play PSX games. Thanks in advance.
     
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    chanman1 Regular member

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    and where do u read that?

    u read it wrong, if u have custom firmware, u don't need devhook
     
  3. Rescorbic

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    So if I don't need DevHook since I have a custom firmware, then how to do I play ISO/CSO files with the custom firmware?
     
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    devhook is useless......remove it from your psp & computer.....reformat your ms, and place iso/cso in ISO folder....

    if you downloaded your cso, then you probably got some devhook files w/it... i have seen people try to package useless files with the one thing we want allllll the time.....hence the word "bundle"


    the only file type that matters is CSO/ISO
     
  5. ggbarnum

    ggbarnum Regular member

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    How do so many people install custom firmware and have no idea what it really is or how it works !!!

    Learn to read those readme.txt files, thats why they are there.

    Just put your games in the ISO folder and thats it.
     

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