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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by bigfil39, Feb 2, 2007.

  1. bigfil39

    bigfil39 Guest

    ive been using devhook for a while and had no probs but like everthing its time to move on. as some games i have are eboots and keys files so ive been reading alot on 3.03 but noticed there are a b and c ,can anbody tell me which is the best for realability, easy to use,so i can play iso and cso and eboots,and finaly the easiest to install is im worried about bricking as i have a few bricked
     
  2. Smurff

    Smurff Regular member

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    they're all easy to install. reliability, B or C. A doesn't have alot of support for Ps1 from what i've heard...

    if u want C-intro's then go with B.
    if u don't care, go w/ C.

    other than that, i dunno, i'm using B.
     
  3. bigfil39

    bigfil39 Guest

    wot do u mean by c intro,s
     
  4. bigfil39

    bigfil39 Guest

    also ive heard about a recover file or something is this recommended for first timers
     
  5. sinsaint

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    ISO games seem to load alot faster on oe-c and are less frequant to lagg spikes. i mean low frame rates when i say lag, oe-b seems to load a bit slower and has even lower frames per second, mainly probably as oe-c has more space free on the flash.

    from my experience i would o with oe-c, if you want to mod your psp as most people say i highly not recommend it, its high risk, personally i wouldnt want to take a high risk just to change some text and a 6 second intro.

    just my opinion, go with oe-c
     
  6. bigfil39

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    can i just upgrade from 1.5 to3.03oec or do i go a then to c and is there any indepth links on installing3.03thanks
     
  7. Smurff

    Smurff Regular member

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    sinsaint, risk of what? there isn't one (not a 'high risk' anyway) cuz of the recovery menu.

    there's tuts on how to install OE-C or there's an AIO package up on PSP-hacks.com right now.
     
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    If you want the ability to play full resolution (480 x 272) videos, go with OE-B or C.
     
  9. sinsaint

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    their is always a risk when flashing memory sometimes even when editing space on the flash.
     

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