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3.10 OE-A or 3.10 OE-C?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by EggMasta, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. EggMasta

    EggMasta Member

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    Which is better of the two? I currently have 3.10 OE-A on my psp, and I am wondering which is better of the two, and which is newer.
     
  2. paul91

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    3.10 OE-C doesnt even exist so you must mean 3.03 OE-C. in that case 3.03 OE-C is probably better coz its easier to mod your XMB
     
  3. Eisherz

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    Completely depends on where you live and what you want to do with your PSP.
    When you're in Europe and/or want to play PSX-games on your PSP too, 3.10 OE-A2 is your choice. The emulator is better and supports PAL games without having to fix them with an NTSC fix. Also you got more things you can select in the emulator, the controls for example or change to a second controller.
    If you don't care about PSX-games and want to mod gameboot and so on, you are better off with a 3.03 OE-B, that's as much as I know the easiest FW to mod.
     
  4. Kurrpt

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    both the 3.1 and the 3.03 oe c let you run in 1.5 kernal mode, right?



    I'm trying to decide which one to go to, since mine is 3.02 oe-b
     
  5. RaptorF1

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    3.10OE-A dosent supports cso
     
  6. aj101788

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    3.03 OE-c for sure man u can do alot more like edit ur top menu icons
     
  7. Kurrpt

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    the overall PSP display is really not a priority to me. Sure, it looks nice and all, but I'm more interested in getting UMDs working, as well as having my existing PS1, nes, snes, etc. working at least its present capacity in 3.02 oe B.

    Now, if upgrading again allowed all of the aforementioned items, and provided other benefits as well, then I would be more prone to upgrade right away
     
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    what are u talking about i have cso files on my psp and it is 3.10 OE-A' they work great...
     
  9. Eisherz

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    Where did you get that from? It does support cso's and I had no problem so far with No-UMD, I didn't like the sound of Wipeout Pure anymore (my UMD I had in the drive) so I activated No-UMD. Every game so far worked without problems.
     
  10. NoteBook

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    help me play my backups with 3.10 tell me what settings i need to have and what files do u have in your folders to make sure i did it right please
     
  11. Eisherz

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    Official 3.10 doesn't support backups. We are talking about 3.10 OE-A, that's a custom firmware Dark Alex created and that does support homebrew. When you are on Sony's official 3.10 you can forget about homebrew and backups untill there is a downgrader.
     
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    i meant 3.10 oe-a sorry i finally got my backup to play iso's y wont it play cso files do i need a plugin for it...
     
  13. Eisherz

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    Normally you don't. What files are we talking about? Fullumd? Rip?
     

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