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Need Help the my Psp

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by aq52, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. aq52

    aq52 Member

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    Can someone help me I have a psp v3.71 i download so many software to play the iso psp game but it starts and then says the game could be started error (800020148). So if there is someone can help me and tell me in easy steps what to do.

    Thankyou
     
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    MUNKYEARS Regular member

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    downgrade get custom firmware, then go into recovery mode and adjust your settings from their we can guide you

    look on here for some guides on how to downgrade
     
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    thank but can u put some specific link that is for 3.71 psp because the link are for the other version of psp like 2.80 and lower.
     
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    also there is no other way than downgrading and if there is please let me know.
     
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    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    you will need to downgrade with pandora's battery/magic memory stick. those two can only be created on a psp that has 1.50 or custom firmware.

    also, do you have a original fat psp, or the new psp slim?
     
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    i have the original fat psp
     
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    SL7Rips Regular member

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    Downgrade Psp With Pandora Battery and then upgrade to 3.52 M33-4
     
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    cee43ja1 Regular member

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    if you have a friend or cousin with a custom firmware psp, borrow that. it's the cheapest way, as you can make pandora's battery/magic memory stick with the ones you have already.

    other methods would require buying a new battery.
     
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    Or you can just find a trusted person on here that will do it for free.. all u would need to pay is shipping both ways
     
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    try pandora's battery
    then back to 1.50 > 3.52m>>>> 3.71 m-33
    you dont need get a new bat or mem
    You can use his own battery and mem stick again right
    If you only have one battery and want to unbrick/downgrade your PSP, you can.

    1) Convert your battery into a jigkick one using "Pandora's Battery Creator", but before you press X, press TRIANGLE to backup your battery's EEPROM to ms0:/eeprom.bin
    2) Unbrick your PSP as normal
    3) When you are done unbricking, take out the battery and the magic memory stick. Start up the PSP using the AC adaptor (do not try to use a USB charger, it will not start up)
    4) Insert the magic memory stick and the magic battery
    5) Run "Pandora's Battery Creator" again
    6) Press L+R to restore the ms0:/eeprom.bin to your battery

    NOTE: You can also restore a battery without having made a backup, by pressing SQUARE at step 6. This will generate a fake serial for your battery (0x12345678) which allows it to work normally.
    looking on web for some tutorial for more help
    this Pandora's work for me.!!
    my ne psp 3.71 >..(1.50>>>>3.52-m4>>3.71m-2)--
    hope this help
     
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    @ aq52
    are you trying to make the pandora battery on a psp that has the official sony firmware 3.71? if so its not going to work.
     
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    wichozzz Regular member

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    So what do u think i should do in order to start playing my iso game files. Let me know plz...
     
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    wichozzz thxx but where do i put the folder that is in the link. Should i put it in the root folder or put it in the psp--- game---folder and if i put it in the root folder how will it start.
     
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    also if i put it in psp folder it give me a error saying the game cannot be started and some number.
     
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    jest to make sure can u downgrade 3.71 on the slim using the pandoras battery (using psp to type ;)
     
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    wichozzz Regular member

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    u need format u mem on windows . not on psp!!!
    then ..just put all the files and folder inside
    (that u magic mem)
    now only u need create the (magic batt)
    and ""back to past with pandora's""
    got it.!!
     

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