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psp version 1.00 ???

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by jav24, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. jav24

    jav24 Member

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    hi

    i have a psp ver 1.00 i know that 1.00 is only for japan but i got it from a friend who never use it so i downloaded the version 1.50 i would like to know how do i install it to my psp does someone has any steps or a guide on how to aplly the version 1.50 thanks.
     
  2. glenquag

    glenquag Regular member

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    Just download version 1.50 and make a folder on your psp called "PSP" and then make a folder inside that one called "GAME" and then make a folder inside that one called "UPDATE" and put the eboot.php of your 1.50 update in there. Then go into your homescreen and the update will be under memory stick in the game section. Good Luck!
     
  3. jav24

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    im sorry can you be more specific and also i have the usb cable and the memory stick of 32 mb but i dont have the adapter for the memory stick that goes in the PC can i do it using the usb cable and if i can, would you be able to tell me the steps? thanks
     
  4. pspluvr

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    Ohkay, a few things before we move along...

    1. If you plan to use homebrew with this 1.50 update, you'd BETTER get a bigger mem stick, preferrably 1.0 GB. They sell for $40 at Target now. Otherwise, you probably won't get an optimal experience with homebrew. I reccommend you get a 1 GB mem stick in the very near future.

    2. If you don't have the following directories, create them. Note: X equals whtever drive you PSP will be.
    X:pSP should be there already. Open that folder and create a "GAME" folder if there isn't one already there.
    In that folder, create another one and name it "UPDATE."
    Now with those directories created, you now must download the update in that folder. Once you finish the download, go all the way up to X: drive. Open PSP, then GAME, then UPDATE. If the eboot is in there, you're good to go!

    Let us know how it works out, and if you need further instruction!
     
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    ok im on 1.50 version can someonetell me the steps for going to 3.03 oe-c ??? thanks
     
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    Hex's 3.03 OE-C Winstaller
    there ya go m8...

    cheers
     
  7. jav24

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    hey thanks for the link but in your opinion which one is better 3.03oe-c or the 3.03 oe-a ???
     
  8. gasconade

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    OE-C for damn sure...3.10 OE-A is like a BETA version OE...its still kinda new....

    OE-C owns!!!!!
     
  9. jav24

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    im sorry but i don't understand the instructions where it says copy also the 150 PBP and 303 PBP i only have the files oeupdmaker oeupdmaker%, 303oeflasher 303oeflasher% where is that 150 PBP and 303PBP files ??? thanks
     
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    why dont u just download a easy installer for this, thats what i did and it worked like a charm
     
  11. jav24

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    why do you mean with easy installer can you be more specific?? thanks.
     
  12. chanman1

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    he already gave u the link http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/460892

    and an easy installer just copies needed files over and then all u have to do is start the installer in ur psp, and it will flash 3.03 oe-c...u can even read the instructions on the image in the link
     
  13. totenkoph

    totenkoph Guest

    so how come you cant just put the 1.50 update into your memory stick and install it over a FW 3.10+??
     
  14. fultonla

    fultonla Guest

    becauuse you cant run unsigne code on 3.10 and up
     
  15. totenkoph

    totenkoph Guest

    i see, so the FW's 3.10+ are stored on the psp's internal memory?
     
  16. chanman1

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    yes, as well as all the other firmware's files. the files are called the flash
     
  17. totenkoph

    totenkoph Guest

    and couldnt these files be written over? or is that how you "brick" the psp?
     
  18. chanman1

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    most of them are needed, if u delete any of the necessary ones, u can brick...but if u replace them with customized ones, thats how u have customized xmbs - like icons, font, etc
     
  19. totenkoph

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    so then couldnt you just delete the files that have the security updates in them while keeping the old system files? or are these files embedded into the flash?
     
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    i'm pretty sure the security stuff is imbedded into needed files...and even if they weeren't, i wouldn't know what to delete...besides if it was possible, i'm sure some of the hackers out there like dark alex and team c+d would have figured it out. just don't do anything with ur flash, because obviously u don't know much about it, and wait for a downgrader
     

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