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The Slim and Fat...Unbricker?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by kikzm33z, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. kikzm33z

    kikzm33z Regular member

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    If someone could read Spanish then translate for us please, click here
    and see if it is the unbricker.Thanks.
     
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    sicdude Regular member

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    here you go

    Awakening of the Cemetery

    It is the universal unbricker for the PSP slim and the PSP fat.

    The firmware allows to recover any current PSP 3.71 M33 or to 3.71 originally.

    http: // www.dark-alex.org/Despertar_cementerio.rar

    that is the translation

     
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    mdsn Regular member

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    English readme by: MrTuto_Alek

    Installation:

    - If you have already a pandora ms, don't do this part. Otherwise,
    format an ms using c+d mspformat or any other tool that allows to move
    partition to ~250kb from first sector

    Remove ms, usb and connect again usb and ms.
    Make PSP and PSP/GAME dirs.

    - Copy despertar_cementerio to PSP/GAME/

    - Download 1.50, 3.40 and 3.71 update eboots and copy them to ms root with
    150.PBP, 340.PBP and 371.PBP names.

    - Use the app under a cfw with 2.x or 3.x kernel (be sure that kernel is
    selected on recovery to the correct one (2.x or 3.x))

    - Once finished, u will have msipl.bin on root. If you already have a pandora
    ms, you don't have to do this step (ipl doesn't changes lol), otherwise,
    use c+d msinst to install ipl on ms; or use dd command from unix, or any
    hex-edit program to write on sector 16 on the physical drive.

    - Now you can delete 340 and 150 PBP's, as they won't be used more; but 371.PBP
    will be used for unbricker, so don't delete it.

    - Now you have an universal pandora ms ready to go, and you just need a proper
    battery. If you have 1.50 kernel access, use c+d tool. Otherwise, use corly149 tool.

    Battery and ms will work on all psp and slims to this date.

    De-bricking:

    (On slim you won't see menu, remember that)

    - Press X to install 3.71M33. On slim (blind installation), you will see orange led flashing,
    that means that 371.PBP is being written. When finished, orange and green leds
    will be flashing, done artificially by the program to know that it's working.

    On fat, once finished, you will have to press X to shutdown. Restart manually,
    get BSOD, press O and you will be on 3.71m33.

    - Press O to install original 3.71 (rest of the process as the X option)

    - Press [] to dump nand to nand-dump.bin. When done, psp will auto shutdown.

    - Press L+R+HOME+start to restore nand from nand-dump.bin

    This proccess is very dangerous, and you should *just* use it if it's your
    last chance to get it working.

    This is a physical restore process (not a logical one), and will try to make
    a 100% exact clon of the dump.

    If you are working with a dump that isn't yours, you will get either a brick
    or a corrupt idstorage, depending on the firmware.

    If while you are restoring your psp have got any damaged block more than
    when you dumped it, you might also get a brick, depending on what block is it.

    Works for both PSP and PSP Slim.
     
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    sicdude Regular member

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    just gotta wait for the 1.50 kernel patch now then lol
    @kikzm33z well done finding it i see CKhaleel is trying to take the credit lol http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/567465

    @mdsn nice readme a lot easier than the one i got translated lol
    taken that one off now
     
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  5. kikzm33z

    kikzm33z Regular member

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    Hm...OK, so one question(sorry for my stupidness) but do I need a Pandora Battery to use the MS or does the unbricker actually makes my battery to a Pandora?Thanks guys.

    EDIT:sicdude, I saw your edit and thanks for saying that I done a good job in finding it :D.I go too the DaX website everyday after I upgraded to 3.71M33.I'm to desperate for that 1.5 kernel.Thanks sicdude, and thanks to you, mdsn.I appreciate it :)
     
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  6. mdsn

    mdsn Regular member

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    @kikzm33z
    i tested it on my fat psp. it works fine.. i do have the pandora's battery so i used that one. the installer wouldnt make you a pandora's battery.. you should make it. before running this unbricker, i think.
     
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  7. kikzm33z

    kikzm33z Regular member

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    OK thanks mdsn, but I don't think I can make a Pandora Battery for a long time...You see, I'm 14 and I don't get that much of cash for pocket money.TBH, I get 1.50(Pounds) a week...Need to start saving!Oh, I just need a battery because I have a 512MB MS which I don't use :).That's a start for making a Pandora.
     
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    I have a question. Does this mean I can install 3.71 m33 on my slim without a fat psp? Or do I have to brick my psp first?
     
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    @ kikzm33z

    would you like to bring your psp back down to 1.50 so you can reinstall 3.52m33-4 until the 1.5 patch is out for 3.71m33.you don't need the pandora battery to do it.
     
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    @u89_
    you wont be needing the fat if you already have the magic memory stick and a jigkick battery(pandora) and you dont have to brick your psp.
     
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    I don't have the majic memory stick or pandora battery. I thought it installed it too? Can someone give some detailed instructions? Thanks
     
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    click HERE this should help you make pandora's battery and magic memory stick
     
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    kikzm33z Regular member

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    I just want to wait for the 1.5 kernel patch.Thanks anyways.
     
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    The problem is, I don't have a fat psp with 1.50 firmware.
     
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    i re-created my memory stick using the "Despertar del Cementerio". MY battery was okay to use (as stated in the readme). But when i put the battery in the psp, nothing happens. the memory stick light does not flash or anything :(

    i am running a psp slim v3.71 M33

    PLEASE HELP ME
     
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    kikzm33z Regular member

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    I'm not sure, I didn't use it.I guess you'll have to wait for sicdude or mdsn to answer.or maybe redice.I don't know so I'm really sorry.
     

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