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Grand Theft Auto - Liberty City Stories

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by fran1942, Aug 25, 2007.

  1. fran1942

    fran1942 Member

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    Hello, I am running 3.4oea firmware on my TA-082.
    Is it safe to use the patched version of "Grand Theft Auto - Liberty City Stories" in order to run ISO's off my memory stick ?

    What I mean, is this game wont attempt to update or screw up my custom firmware will it ?

    thanks kindly.
     
  2. foxrider

    foxrider Guest

    if you have 3.40oe-a then you just put the iso's in the iso folder in the root of your ms
     
  3. fran1942

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    yes, I know that, but you also have to have an actual UMD in the drive. Any UMD apparently.

    Is it safe to run the patched version of "Grand Theft Auto - Liberty City Stories" as that UMD ?

    thanks for any info.

     
  4. foxrider

    foxrider Guest

    well you dont have to... but yes it is safe
     
  5. fran1942

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    if anyone can confirm the following either way that would be great.

    with 3.4oea, you have to have an actual UMD in the drive. Any UMD apparently.

    My question is: is it safe to run the patched version of "Grand Theft Auto - Liberty City Stories" as that UMD ? ie. it wont screw up or update my custom firmware ?
     
  6. foxrider

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    it can screw you up at all!!!!!

    and you dont have to you can activate no-umd so look it up
     
  7. Shokz

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    You know, ALL umds have a firmware update on them, GTA included, so, if you think that GTA could screw up your firmware, so could any umd in the world.

    So, answer:

    No.
     

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