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PSP 6.20 Pro-B5 LCFW released!

Virtual Flame AKA Liquizigong has released an update for his 6.20 Pro LCFW. Aside from working on bugfixes from the earlier 6.20 Pro-B4 release, there are also specific game fixes for DJMAX3 to make it work with 6.20 Pro-B5. This was released in parallel to 6.35 Pro-B5.

No need to install the previous releases to be able to install 6.20 Pro-B5. You do need to be on 6.20 OFW however. If you’re not on 6.20 OFW and want to install 6.20 Pro-B5, follow this guide: HowTo: Upgrade your PSP to 6.20 OFW.
Important Update: 6.20 Pro-B6 is now available.
PSP 6.20 Pro-B5 LCFW released

[!]Fixed freeze on Patapon with Inferno
[!]Fixed version.txt with Windows LRCF
[!]Fixed USB charge
[!]Fixed crash in recovery menu (Plugin Picker)
[!]Fixed compression support with updater
[!]Fixed syscall execution, thanks to neur0n
[!]Fixed plugin load code, now ms0 and ef0 go independently
[!]Fixed crash on system version display
[!]Fixed ps1 game bug
[!]Altered default CFW settings for noobs (PSP Go Savestate Hack)
[+]Added UMD4Homebrew Patch, thanks to ardi
[+]Added DJMAX3 Anti-CFW Patch (CFW Folder Hide)
[+]PSN PSX Games can now use custom manual files
[+]Extended KUBridge Functions and added SDK Examples

Features:

Dump UMD Images to ISO
Dump PSN-Bought Titles to ISO (using NPDecryptor)
UMD-4-Homebrew Support (Thanks to ardi)
CFW Folder Hider (fixes DJ Max Portable 3 and possibly other titles)
Dump PSN-Classic Decryption Keys
version.txt FW-Revision Fake Support
Supports new firmware Titles
PSN Support
ISO / CSO Playback Support
PSN Classic Sharing Support (Decryption Keydump required)
Custom PSX EBOOT Playback Support
Permanent Bootloader Support (on 6.20 version)
Recovery Menu Support
XMB Satellite Support
Overclocking Support (including WLAN fix)
High Memory Unlock Support (for 2g+ models, including 5g pause game fix)
Plugin Support
NID Resolving Support (1.XX, 3.XX, 5.XX, 6.XX)
Homebrew Playback Support
Multiple ISO Drivers (M33, Inferno, NP9660)
Registry Hack Support (Unlock WMA, Unlock Flash Player, X/O Button Swap)
PRO NoDRM Engine (use decrypted DLCs for your games)
5g IoPath Fixer (to improve compatiblity to old plugins on PSP Go)
Region Fake Support
MAC Address Hider
Gameboot Skip Support
Bootlogo Skip Support
USB FlashProtect Support
EBOOT Picture Hider (decreases loading time of EBOOT thumbnails)
5g Savestate Anti-Delete Feature (prevents savegame deletion on game resume on PSP Go)
USB Battery Charging Support (for 2g+ models)
Custom HTML Viewer Save Locations (/ISO)
Extended KUBridge for Developers (Kernel Range Peek / Poke Support)

Download 6.20 Pro-B5:
6.20 Pro-B5
6.20 Pro-B5

Important: Install the permanent patch AFTER you install 6.20 Pro-B5.

To install, just place the folders from the zip file into PSP/GAME and run 6.20 Pro-B5 from your XMB. Use the fast recovery to reload 6.20 Pro-B5 LCFW without doing the reinstall process again.

To run the Permanent Patch:

  • Be sure to have 6.20 Pro-B5 installed.
  • Pressing R while booting loads the recovery.
  • Pressing Select while booting loads OFW.
  • When applying the Permanent Patch, choose X on first question and O on second to install, two times X only tests whether your device is compatible with our Permanent Bootloader.
  • Should you manage to brick yourself, try pressing O+X+Select+Start while turning your PSP on. It will trigger a emergency uninstall.
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  1. Rei_Ayanami April 22, 2011 Reply

    I have install 6.20 Pro B5 on my PSP 3001 Brite 3g all is great. I am just wonder do you think the perm patch is worth the risk in your opinion?

    • sylv3rblade April 22, 2011 Reply

      For me no. The perma-patch will just save you a few seconds of re-running the LCFW from coldboot. Other than that it doesn’t seem to be worth much.

  2. rico April 23, 2011 Reply

    sylv3rblade is right. a few seconds of reinstalling the CFW is more desirable rather than installing the permanent patch with a 50/50 risk of having your PSP unusable.

  3. arashi April 28, 2011 Reply

    Is this applicable on a PSP2006?

  4. Jibran April 28, 2011 Reply

    Is this applicable on a PSP 1000 (FAT)?

  5. akocmacky May 7, 2011 Reply

    how perma-patch can brick a PSP or instances?

  6. kathy025 May 22, 2011 Reply

    Is there anything that doesn’t write to flash0 these days? Something completely reversible like 5.03 Gen-C?

  7. st0rm54 May 30, 2011 Reply

    can I ask a question? can I put iso games after installing the 6.20 Pro B5?

  8. yabadabadu June 12, 2011 Reply

    hi, can i install this on PSP-3002 TA-093 MoBo 6.20OFW? Thanks

    • sylv3rblade June 12, 2011 Reply

      Yes, 6.20 Pro-B5 will work on your PSP

      • yabadabadu June 12, 2011 Reply

        Hi sy, ni run ko yung 6.20 Pro-B5, pero yung Permanent Patch pag ni run ko balik lang sya sa XMB, ganun ba talaga? Pag pinatay ko yung PSP balik sa 6.20OFW… Ano mas maganda 6.20 Pro-B5 o 6.20 TN-D? salamat ulit.

        • yabadabadu June 13, 2011

          hi sylv3rblade, okey na! salamat

  9. jordy June 16, 2011 Reply

    does iso cso playback support mean you can play isos straight from xmb without having to install a plugin manually?

    • sylv3rblade June 16, 2011 Reply

      Yes, you can just drop games into the ISO folder and you’ll be able to run them on your PSP without the need for something like the Prometheus ISO loader

  10. jordy June 17, 2011 Reply

    awesome! thx for the info. ill delete tn-e and from now on, im going to use this

  11. yudiadnyana July 29, 2011 Reply

    i have psp 2006 TA-088v3 OFW 6.20..
    6.20 PRO-B5 work on my psp?

  12. Michael September 6, 2011 Reply

    how about birth by sleep final mix
    ?

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