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Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by jcoolman, Oct 7, 2007.

  1. jcoolman

    jcoolman Regular member

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    i have just downgraded from 3.52m33 because i delted something and i 4got 2 back it up and i have just updated to 2.00 from umd because it wouldnt let me do it from memory stick but it wont upgrade to anything from 2.00 what should i do ***email removed***
     
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    Why did you update to 2.00 in the first place?

    BTW, no email addresses on the public forums.
     
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    i upgraded to 2.00 2 see if it could upgrade on that version
    BTW i dnt care
     
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    You do realise i don't care either, why is it my problem if you get loads of spam?

    I only said it because it's against forum rules... *sigh*

    Just downgrade to 1.50 again and upgrade to whatever you want (It suggest you go back to 3.52 M33 but whatever)
     
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    im tellin u it wont let me upgrade to anything else but 2.00
     
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    Wait, so you've actually tried to use the MPH 2.00 downgrader and it doesn't work?
     
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    yes thats what im tryn 2 say and i might seem a little grumpy but im 12 and ive been up all night sortin this out well tryn 2
     
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    OK then, if you've really tried everything you'll need to get your hands on a Pandora Battery...
     
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    whats that?
     
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    Unbricks or downgrades any PSP, it resets the firmware to 1.50, you can make one with any 1.50/CFW PSP, do any of your mates have one?
     
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    no none of ma m8,s are like that on psp,s all they no 2 do on a psp is play games
     
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    OK, i'm guessing you're no good at soldering so we'll rule one metho out, you now have two options:

    1) Buy a ready made Pandora Battery, or buy a "Tool" Battery.

    2) Ask someone on here (Kindly) to make one for you, where abouts do you live?
     
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    i no sum1 that will install a mother board 4 me how mutch do they cost?
     
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    Weeell, i'm in the UK, i honestly don't know... in the US they're about $90 or something? Not sure, anyway, waste of time, money, and a decent motherboard!

    Use a Pandora and be done with it, it could cost you between £0 and £35 depending on what you do.
     
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    do u live in leicester
     
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    Nooope, i live nearish to Bradford though...
     
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    could you give me a link so i can try again
     
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    For the 2.00 downgrader?
     
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    yes and i just tried 2 make a pandora,s battery but it just cuts out
     
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    You can't make a Pandora from 2.00.

    Downloads
    Eloader
    2.0/2.01 Easy Downgrader
    1.50 Update

    1. Copy all content of eloader099.zip to the root of your memory stick.

    2. Next open the 201DG.zip file and copy the PSP folder to the root of your memory stick.

    3. Next copy the v1.5 Update EBOOT.PBP (Rename to EBOOT.PBP differently) to X:\PSP\GAME\UPDATE\
    You may need to create the UPDATE folder

    4. Now run the downgrader via eLoader.

    5. To downgrade, you need to select the set to v1.00 option (the Circle button).
    This will fake your PSP to version 1.00.

    6.Once you've completed the process, you can run the v1.5 Update EBOOT, directly from your PSP's Game menu.
     
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