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This happened to one of my friend's psp's that we flashed. It wouldn't detect any battery at all, and then when I tried a few hours later everything worked fine. PSP's just get finnicky I guess.
I wonder if it was working all along because I assumed it would stay running on battery if I pulled out the AC. I just wanted to make sure it didnt die in the middle of the flash.

Who is Karin anyhow?

I dont even know where to start now.

My list so far is..

psx emulator
mame emulator
ported homebrew games.
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I'm assuming that the instructions in the first post are the magic memory stick, right?
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I'm assuming that the instructions in the first post are the magic memory stick, right?
Yes and now I can truely say this really works. Be patient because the 371.pbp for some reason took a while to install on the stick when i did it.

As of now im trying to update to 3.80 m33 but I have to download the 380.pbp first.
    
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My list so far is..

psx emulator
mame emulator
ported homebrew games.
for most PSX games, when you get up to 4.01 there is an embedded emulator that works out of the box, however, some games still need an emulator, and I use popsloader for that.

I haven't messed with aim yet, but the emulators in general are easy to set up.

If you're looking for ported games, there is no where better to start than getting doom to play on your psp, it's awesome.

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As of now im trying to update to 3.80 m33 but I have to download the 380.pbp first.
Luckily after you hit 3.80, you can enter the m33 menu (hold the R shoulder when you turn the psp on) and you can enable network update for cfw. After that, all you have to do is click on your wifi radio and update like you would a normal psp, and still keep your cfw.
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Glad to hear you got it set up, and network CFW updates are the best
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I wonder if it was working all along because I assumed it would stay running on battery if I pulled out the AC. I just wanted to make sure it didnt die in the middle of the flash.

Who is Karin anyhow?

I dont even know where to start now.

My list so far is..

psx emulator
mame emulator
ported homebrew games.
Ypu probably wanna go ahead and update to 4.01 m33 - it has great PSX emulation wihout any plugins.

EDIT:

Heeb beat me to it.
Edited by Krunk_Kracker - 7/15/08 at 5:58pm
 
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Alright, after discussing it with a few mods to be sure there aren't any legal issues, I thought I'd put together a (hopefully) easy to use guide on flashing a PSP with CFW (custom firmware.) I am by no means a PSP pro, but it really isn't that hard. Actually flashing a PSP is the easy part, getting the APPS to work afterwords is the hard part.

*NOTES*
Myself, nor the staff of Overclock.net are responsible if you brick your PSP. Even if you do, it is still not the end of the PSP, they can be debrickafied.

Things you will need:



PSP (der)
A memory stick with at least 256mb; I used my 4 gig with no issues.
Your PSP charger *MAKE SURE YOUR BATTERY IS AT LEAST 78% CHARGED*
A Pandora Battery (Will discuss later)



**ALSO BE SURE TO BACK UP YOUR MEMORY STICK IF YOU ARE GOING TO USE YOUR MAIN STICK, YOU WILL LOSE ALL YOUR DATA.**


A Pandora battery is used to put the PSP into service mode. You HAVE to have one in order to flash a PSP Slim. I have one, and we may be able to turn it into a loaner for Overclock.net, we'll have to see.

See any issues or need me to revise something, lemme know!

EDIT:
When this is done, you will be on CFW 3.71 m33. You will need to manually flash it to 3.80 m33-4 and then you can auto update to 4.01 m33-2 if you wish.

When your all done, go to System Settings < System Information.



LINKS:

http://www.dark-alex.org/index_psp.php - dark-alex is the premo PSP CFW developer. I wouldn't run anything but his stuff. You can get your firmwares from him directly.

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So, "Krunk," you ask with a slight look of puzzlement, "LEIK WUT CAN I DO WIT TEH CFW?"

Well, I'm glad you asked.

Homebrew being one of the coolest things possible on the PSP.

Things like, Call of Duty 2 PSP EDITION!


And PSP REVOLUTION!



And to cater to the Overclock.net crowd, you can essentially "overclock" the PSP:


Quick note for people who have bought new psp in the last like few days. make sure that you check the motherbaords that you have. reason being sony is planning to release a new motherboard that will most likely be non-un-brick-able. that means once its gone IT GONE. be careful. i my self have had a few bad flashes but the pandora battery helped me out loads of times.

CHECK YOUR MOTHERBOARDS!!!
    
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Has anyone tried PiMPStreamer? Its by far the best thing i got for my PSP.
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Quick note for people who have bought new psp in the last like few days. make sure that you check the motherbaords that you have. reason being sony is planning to release a new motherboard that will most likely be non-un-brick-able. that means once its gone IT GONE. be careful. i my self have had a few bad flashes but the pandora battery helped me out loads of times.

CHECK YOUR MOTHERBOARDS!!!
Do you have any more information about this?

It would be helpful to know what to look for so people know if they are at risk or not.
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Ypu probably wanna go ahead and update to 4.01 m33 - it has great PSX emulation wihout any plugins.

EDIT:

Heeb beat me to it.
Im way ahead of you. Im fully updated now.

I just went into recovery and changed the system_plugin_bg.rco in the flash0 folder and used one of your cool waves. Thanks+++
Edited by shaggy56 - 7/15/08 at 7:58pm
    
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