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Can I install 3.52 M33 on 3.52?

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

  1. openvivi

    openvivi Member

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    I have the normal Sony upgrade 3.52 I'm a noob at this Psp stuff
    I did a lot of searching on the internet and found that V3.52 can't do anything. But my friend says he got 3.52 M33 working and running
    but before that his PSP was a normal 3.52 so I'm wondering if there’s a way to install 3.52 M33 on normal 3.52?
     
  2. Slayne

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    Nope I just asked about that myself =/

    I think you need to do pandora's battery than upgrade to 3.52 M33
     
  3. LeadBaron

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    ^^Correct. And for that, you need a friend with a 1.50/custom firmware PSP.
     
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    I do have a question for you though Baron.

    When you do the Pandora's Battery, whats the best firmware available right now? M33-7 right?

    I mainly just want to be playing iso's and such.
     
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    Well, Pandora's battery takes you to a 1.50 subset, so you might wanna upgrade to the actual 1.50 first thing. Then, go to 3.52 M33, then get the M33-4 bugfix/feature adder. It is so far the latest and has best ISO support.
     
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    Awesome I'll do that. Thx :D
     
  7. openvivi

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    So there’s no way to do it with out a pandora's battery...
    How did my friend do it?
    He can't remember what site he got the stuff but it worked for him.
    He still has the stuff on his PSP.

    Can you till me a link to a site that can help me on a pandora's battery?
     
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    Thanks
     

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