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3.71m33 readme for ppl who can't be bothered to read them

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by sicdude, Sep 25, 2007.

  1. sicdude

    sicdude Regular member

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    this is for all you ppl that can't be bothered to read the readme file for 3.71m33
    3.71 M33 by M33=Dark_AleX

    Changes in 3.71 M33:

    - Now uses 3.71
    - VSH Menu is not longer launched using HOME key, but using SELECT now. This is to not
    interfere with the XMB function of home, which is now more useful in this firmware.
    - Psp Slim: umdcache was allocating memory even when homebrew was launched, wasting
    memory that homebrew programs may want to use. Now umdcache module is stopped before
    it can allocate any memory, only in the case homebrew is launched.

    Also, memory is unprotected for user memory usage by M33 core (only when homebrew is launched).
    Developer, for a sample of how to use the extra memory, see the extra ram sample of the M33 sdk.

    - Both version boot now from 3.XX ipl, and are independent of 1.50.

    The main installer will not install 1.50 kernel anymore.
    A 1.50 kernel addon for 3.71 M33 that will install inside 3.71 M33 will be released in a
    few days (for fat only)

    Note: due to some changes in kernel nids by Sony, you can expect a lot of kernel plugins not working anymore.
    Programmers: refer to the sdk readme for details.

    Installation instructions:

    First method for both psp, the prefered when possible:

    Requeriments: a fat psp slim with 3.52 M33-3 or 3.52 M33-4. Previous versions of M33 won't work,
    due to a bug that affects them and OE; or a psp slim with 3.60 M33.


    - Copy the UPDATE directory into /PSP/GAME/UPDATE and copy the EBOOT.PBP of the 3.71 Sony updater
    there but with name "371.PBP". Note: the program will not even show if you copy it to a different folder than that.

    - If you are in the fat psp, make sure you have configured the psp to run the game folder in the 3.XX kernel.

    - Execute the program, it requires 78% of battery. If you have idstorage corrupted due to a downgrader, the program
    will ask you to correct it automatically so the update can continue.

    - Press X, and the Sony updater will begin. Sit and enjoy while Sony code installs 3.71 M33 :)

    - When finished, the updater will ask you to reboot (pressing X or O). DO IT. Do not skip this step
    shutting down the psp by yourself, or you'll end with a brick.

    - You should be now in 3.71 M33





    Unbricker for both psp slim&fat and 1.50 kernel installer for fat 3.71 M33, will be released in few days... and it will be last thing from me.

    that should answer most the questions for you
     
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  2. Shokz

    Shokz Regular member

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    LMAO, that's a pretty good idea for all the noobs :)

    The amount of people that didn't read the readme and wonder why stuff doesn't work is amazing...
     
  3. sicdude

    sicdude Regular member

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    lol reading the same question over and over again tends to get on your nerves,especially when 9 times out of ten the answers are in the read me
     
  4. Shokz

    Shokz Regular member

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    Yea, you could probably just save the answer you gave first and just re-post it in each thread :)

    Oh yea, you said your kids use this forum in another thread... i always thought you were around the same age as me (15). Ahhh, stereotypes xD
     
  5. zachier

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    Indeed.

    But I can guarantee you that you will still see threads like "HELP! Can't play homebrew on my 3.71 M33!!!!11111one"

     
  6. ReaZeN

    ReaZeN Regular member

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    Does someone have the new 3.71 M33? If they have could they upload their Flash1 files for me? I accidently deleted them.. Thx!

    edit: forget it.. it's bricked.. :( can't go on the recovery mode..
     
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  7. Shokz

    Shokz Regular member

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    flash1 doesn't even matter, i mean, i'd upload mine if you were in the same time zone and also called Adam -.-

    It just keeps your local settings... that's all, you can re-enter them yourself.
     
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    is it really that hard to read the readme? geez, can't even take a few minutes to read a helpful file, or to search around for the answer.

    i think DAX should make his firmware where you're forced to read the readme first. almost like the password in the m33-4 update.
     
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    forget it.. it's bricked.. :( can't go on the recovery mode..
     
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    What the, so you deleted flash0, not flash1? Guess you'll be needing oh trusty Pandora :)
     
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    i really don't know.. I backed my flash0 up because i wanted to use custom theme.. But i didn't know that you couldn't do that anymore.. So i putted the original files back and tried to turn it on, and it froze right at the startup.. Then i reformatted my flash1, and then i only had the registry files.! *edit: And now it only shows the green light!
     
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