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PSP motherboarb compatibility guide(Full)

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by legend999, Jul 21, 2006.

  1. darky167

    darky167 Member

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    hi,

    does it make any difference what country the psp is from?

    for example if i had a japanese version 2.01 PSP would i still b able to use the same methods to downgrade?

     
  2. legend999

    legend999 Regular member

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    Sure there's no problem,just check your motherboard.
     
  3. darky167

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    hmm i was thinking that if the firmware was 2.01.. technically it shouldn't be the TA-082 motherboard right?
     
  4. legend999

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    That's right. ;)
    Don't forget to use the easy 2.0/2.01 downgrader.
     
  5. skatakidd

    skatakidd Guest

    so do u figure if i go return my psp and get a new one, what letter should i look for on the box to ensure that it does not have a ta-082 mother board?
     
  6. dibz

    dibz Guest

    skatakidd
    it says this in the guide!!
    Codes:

    No letter = 1.0 (Japanese Release) 1.5 (North-American release) confirmed
    A = 1.5 confirmed
    B = 1.51 confirmed
    C = 1.52 confirmed
    D = 1.52 confirmed
    E = 1.52 confirmed
    F = 2.0 confirmed
    G = 2.01 confirmed
    H = 2.50 confirmed
    I = 2.60 confirmed

    so any of these are able to be downgraded or dont need to be :)
     
  7. darky167

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    No letter = 1.0 (Japanese Release) 1.5 (North-American release) confirmed
    A = 1.5 confirmed
    B = 1.51 confirmed
    C = 1.52 confirmed
    D = 1.52 confirmed
    E = 1.52 confirmed
    F = 2.0 confirmed
    G = 2.01 confirmed
    H = 2.50 confirmed
    I = 2.60 confirmed


    at my workplace (myer) i THINK i recall seeing a box with 'F' on it.. so according to this table, is it pretty much guaranteed that it wont be a TA-082 motherboard?
     
  8. darky167

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    sorry forgot to add:

    it says in the guide tht if it has one of these motherboards it would be hackable:

    1CB001
    1C6001
    1C9001
    No Code


    does tht mean tht even if u hav sth printed on the motherboard u still hav a chance to hack it if it's one of the 3 codes listed in tht list?? because i thought before that it literally has to have NOTHING printed on the motherboard for it to be hackable..

    thanks =)
     
  9. legend999

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    Yes,the un-hackable motherboard is IC1003 A.K.A ta-082.You have to make sure you dont have that mothereboard before you downgrade.
     
  10. Shade777

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    just a bit of a heads up. I checked at some other forums and the patched v of the GTA is on the back of the UMD. if it says
    UPDL 0100501A 2 then it is patched. If it has 1 instead of 2 then it is unpatched. Im not sure if this is certain but I guess the only way is to test if it works with the downgrader.
     
  11. darky167

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    sorry just another question..

    i opened one of the boxes up at work today to hav a look.. on the box it says 'H' for the value pack.. i opened tht one up to hav a look inside the UMD drive to see if i could find a serial number.. and yes i could BUT it was on the left hand side and not the right as shown in the photo in the guide.. also, the numbers arent very clear and only half of the letters can be seen so i cant be sure which motherboard it is.. does this mean that it wont be the TA-082??


    also, the basic pack (not value pack) has 'F' on it.. so does this mean tht the firmware on that is 2.0? is the letter coding the same as on the value pack or does it go by a different system?

    thanks

    PS: sorry about all the questions but im just really paranoid abt bricking my future PSP due to motherboard problems ><
     
  12. Shinraboy

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    If the number is on the left and kinda hidden, but there is nothing, absolutely nothing, on the right side, then it must be hackable, as for the firmware, i have no idea. But i do know that much.
     
  13. skatakidd

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    hey i hav a psp and it has ic1006 on the left (kind of halfway hidden) but it also has ic1003 on the right (not so hidden) so i wuz wondering if i can downgrade or not.

    thanks
     
  14. Shinraboy

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    im not sure, but the dominant answer in this case is no. If The IC1003 is present in any case, you cannot downgrade
     
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    i have that same problem with the 1c6001 on left and 1c1003 i dont know.
     
  16. Shinraboy

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    TA-082 CAN NOW BE DOWNGRADED FROM 2.5!!!!!! PSP-HACKS.COM!!!!1
     
  17. xche78x

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    dont get your hopes up. ookm officially stoppped support for this downgrader. its not him that released the news, someone hacked his e-mail account and frauded him.
     
  18. josh99

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    so people are asking if you have ic6001 on the left and ic1003 any ideas if you can downgrade?
     
  19. xche78x

    xche78x Guest

    any PSP that has IC1003 and whatever in combination/nothing.
    NO DONT downgrade yet. Persistence = Bricked PSP

    but TA-082 psp users can still change firmwares, 2.5 2.6 2.71
    but not any lower than 2.5 so this is practically useless.
    check pspupdates.qj.net for latest development.
    psp-hacks is not as reliable as before, releasing the ookm dowgrader news without proper confirmation from author mislead many people.
     
  20. ThisDude

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    Can I use a psp emulator like (Devhook) on a TA-082 PSP?
     

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