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  1. berehill

    berehill Member

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    Hello and Help
    i have a psp on 3.71 is this custom/firmware or original sony setting as it won't play games off memory stick
    Thanks berehill(Nigel)
     
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    3.71 is official firmware.
    3.71 m33 is custom firmware.

    to get to 3.71, you will need pandora's battery and magic memory stick. NO OTHER EXCEPTIONS. you will need both of those things.
     
  3. berehill

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    thanks for that
    now the hard part where.how.can a complete non practical do it?
    Thanks again
     
  4. baldog

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    this is the guide that i used for at least 5 PSPs

    click here
     
  5. berehill

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    thanks after reading again&again decided to either live with it or get it done on ebay
    thanks again
     
  6. 07anto07

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    where do u live?
     
  7. berehill

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    hampshire/berkshire border
     
  8. berehill

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    A Big ask!!!is there anyone out there who would show me what to do to install 3.71m33-3 with pandora battery and jigstick?as i'm wrong side of 40 to take too much in
    Thanks berehill
     
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    despertar_cementerio v3
    work fine
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2007
  11. china138

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    Hi
    My friend PSP is 3.71 M33, after he load the game loco Roco from Mininovo and save into Game folder in the PSP.
    While trying to open the game but cannot be located.....
    may i know is there any steps we have miss?? kindly advise

    China
     
  12. smlvfx

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    you don't put psp games in the GAME folder

    you put psp games in the ISO folder
     
  13. china138

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    Hi
    After checking with him, he actually put the game at the ISO folder..
    Kindly advise

    China
     
  14. LUFFYPSP

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    try go back to 1.5 n then upgrade back.
     
  15. 07anto07

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    is it an iso or cso file? or it could be a bad rip
     
  16. LUFFYPSP

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    could be it too...
     

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