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Custom Firmware VS Emulated Firmware

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by unilynx, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. unilynx

    unilynx Member

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    I'm currently running Devhook off of 1.50 firmware and running the emulated 3.11 firmware. I was wonder what the advantages of running custom firmware are, as with the m33 series. I'm assuming you can still run homebrew on these customs...
     
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    Wow, there's no comparison, CFW all the way, you wouldn't look back.

    Custom firmware lets you do all that DevHook does and more (as it's a higher firmware, you can switch games a lot quicker as they're run straight from the game folder on the XMB, it's always already at the higher firmware, no waiting involved) Plus you can run PS1 games very easily and alter what your XMB looks like with custom themes.

    At the moment, choose either of these firmwares:
    3.40 OE-A
    3.40* LE
    3.52 M33

    Here's an auto-installer for 3.40 OE-A, for the others, you'll have to look it up.
     
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    hey thanks a lot, i decided to go for it and went to the 3.52 m33. its working great.
     

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