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question reguarding custom firmware 3.40oe

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Games' started by 0ni-, Jun 27, 2007.

  1. 0ni-

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    up till today ive been using devhook 0.45 with usbhost; however, since i upgrade to custom firmware, i dont know if i would still be able to run back up isos through usb cable. if anyone has any suggestions or solutions plz help this newb out.
     
  2. MidnightJ

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    Just run them off your memory stick.
     
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    i only got an 1 gb memory stick. and some isos goes over 1 gb.
     
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    Compress them so there only 500MB or less.
     
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    i didnt even know that u can do that. what prog would you recommend i use?
     
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    http://www.psp-hacks.com/file/948

    Use this, you can compress .iso to .cso which pretty much translates to "Compressed ISO". Should shrink your games significantly.

    How to compress

    1) Open your .iso with UMD Gen
    2) Save it as .cso
    3) Should shrink the size of it a lot.
    4) Place in the ISO folder on your PSP, and have fun playing!
     
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    thanks for the tip and reply. but is there really no way to run iso through usb cable for custom firmware?
     
  8. MidnightJ

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    There may be, im not totally sure i would have to search it up to find out. I never bothered with that method because i usually have my PSP for portable use, not at home use.

    EDIT: Heres a guide for ya. http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/455639
     
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    yeah running iso thru usb does defeat the purpose of the psp. and ty for the replies and the link ;D
     

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