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Downgrading with GTA 2.0. What's the easiest way?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by Kurrpt, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. Kurrpt

    Kurrpt Member

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    I just obtained a copy of GTA LCS 2.0 about 20 minutes ago, and I wanted to know what the easiest way is to be able to downgrade it, then upgrade to 3.03 oe-c.

    I can downgrade a 2.71 with ta-082 in about 5 minutes, but I haven't done one like this yet.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. bigcuz000

    bigcuz000 Regular member

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    You wont need GTA To downgrade. here is the stuff you need:

    Files needed for 2.71 PSP

    TA-082 2.71 Downgrade Files
    http://www.biaklan.com/psp/271TA-82/271DG.rar

    Official FW1.50 Update Eboot
    http://dl.qj.net/dl.php?fid=163

    1. Open the two downloaded files and extract to the psp
    -Copy Everything from 271DG.rar to the ROOT of your memory stick. (Do Not Copy into MP_ROOT)
    -Copy over the downloaded 1.5 update eboot renamed to UPDATE.PBP into ms0:\PSP\GAME\UPDATE

    2. Now exit to your psp and run HEN D by going to the photo menu and entering the HEN D folder.
    If your PSP crashes or red screen comes up try again

    3. Go to the GAME menu and and run idstoragechange. Your power cable needs to be connected and you need at least 75% battery.

    4. When the program exits back to the xmb under the GAME menu.
    Run Update X.YX

    5. When your PSP has finished downgrading press X to restart your PSP

    6. When you turn your PSP on there will be a blue screen
    Press O

    7. You now have a 1.5 PSP
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    After you downgrade get hexitnow's 3.03OE-C winstaller and upgrade to 3.03OE-C!

    Good Luck!
    REMEMBER THERE IS A CHANCE OF BRICKING!
     

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