Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by xboi56, Mar 29, 2007.
Whats the difference between iso games n homebrew games?
i thought homebrew is just a program!
Iso's are actuall games from umds....
Homebrew is small mini games made from progammers...
That give u all the info helped you alot but dont worry we were all noobs once>>>>>>>>D=
tnx again! so homebrew games are like flash games,
i have read sum posts when u have an iso game then when u play it, it turns black. So increasing the cpu speed of my psp makes it work?
are there chances of getting "bricked" when u change the speed? =)
Homebrew are not flash games, Homebrew are programs created by individual users. the ISO's are the actual UMD Images in file format.
you can increase your cpu speed too 333mhz, the only ill effect of this is that it will drain your battery faster. The only time you risk bricking your psp is when installing firmware to flash0 or modifying your flash0. The flash0 is your psp's on board memory that stores the firmware and other system related files.
Yea what he said......
Im gonna increase my cpu speed!
but where? i have lots of iso games but sum of them turns black
I appreciate your help =)
They may be corrupt, or you may not be saving them in the right place. btw what firmware are you running? if its 3.xx OE, then create a folder named ISO on the root of your memory stick, place all cso and iso files there. run them from your game/memorystick on your xmb, then enjoy your pirated games
i already have an iso folder and im already enjoying them=)! tnx for the info anyweiz! i think i only have bad iso im have 3.03 OE C
oh, ok, use the link in my sig for tonz of isos, most i have tried aren't corrupt
wow tnx ur kewl
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