Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by dreizere, Jan 30, 2007.
ive fnnaly downgraded my psp to 1.50 from 3.03 but im not sure what to do next ?
well what do you want to do?
what do you mean important stuff or home brew stuff?
I'd upgrade to 3.03OE-C
I'd get some ps1 games (if you want)
I'd get gpsp (best gba player)
play iso and homebrews
if it's 'only' iso & homebrew you want to run, then as raganarok said, install 3.03OE-C. Calo does an easy & safe installation (http://www.psp-hacks.com/forums/viewtopic.php?id=58272) if you're new to this & don't want to risk damaging your PSP. Just read the 'read-me' & all should go well.
on the root of ur memstick make a folder called ISO
then put your .iso/.cso inside that folder
they'll appear on your XMB under Game>Memory Card. (if u upgrade to custom firmware, if you use devhook, it's a bit different)
for homebrew stuff, it needs to go in the respective game folder (GAME/GAME150/GAME303) depending on what it was developed for.
thanks for that
do i copy the whole folder of "303oe_C" to my memory stcik and if so where in the memory stick ??
i'm not sure for 3.03C but follow the readme that came w/ that.
"- Copy oeupdmaker and oeupdmaker% to /PSP/GAME if you are in 1.50, or to /PSP/GAME150 if you are in
2.71 SE, 3.02 OE or 3.03 OE. Copy also the 1.50 and 3.03 updaters with the names 150.PBP and 303.PBP." do i copy 1.50 and 3.03 updaters and is so where ??
1.50 update file renamed to 150.PBP and 3.03 update file renamed to 303.PBP both go in the oeupmaker folder (the one without a %)
Run that and you get a DATA.DXAR file created in the oeupmaker folder.
Copy the oeflasher and oeflasher% folders to GAME, and move the DATA.DXAR file to oeflasher (again, the one without a %)
Run that, and you have 3.03 OE-C!!
Disclaimer - read the readme thoroughly in case I got something wrong. I am pretty sure that all correct, but don't want you to brick. Good luck.
done and it works
btw can i delete the files after ??
No you cant delete them ever, or your psp will melt.
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