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6.20, 6.35 and 6.39 PRO-B7 now available

Team Liquid has released a new update to their PRO LCFW builds for 6.20 OFW, 6.35 OFW and 6.39 OFW.

6.20 Pro-B7, 6.35 Pro-B7 and 6.39 Pro-B7 are now available for download.

Changelog for Pro-B7 is listed below:

[!] Fixed NODRM Engine (DDF012 DLC Costume Bug)
[!] Improved Inferno Game Compatiblity (GTA China Town, Corda2f, etc.)
[!] Updated scePower_driver NID Resolver
[!] Added Configuration Reset on PRO Update
[!] Added DA psp-packed user module support
[+] Added UMD VIDEO / GAME XMB Mount Feature (No UMD required, allows for Game Updates)
[+] Added Custom IPL Flasher for 6.39 PRO (1g, 2g hackable mainboard permaflash)
[+] Added non latin1 ISO filename support
[+] Added memory stick speedup option
[+] Added ISO cache option (available in Inferno and NP9660)

Download 6.20 Pro-B7 Mirror 1 | Mirror 2
Download 6.35 Pro-B7 Mirror 1 | Mirror 2
Download 6.39 Pro-B7 Mirror 1 | Mirror 2

For those looking for instructions on how to install these, subscribe to our feeds as I’ll be pushing a detailed post soon enough.

Aside from a new release, neur0n of his permanent CFW fame has joined Team Liquid. I guess we can expect a Pro-based full CFW soon.

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  1. Venn June 24, 2011 Reply

    which is better… 6.35 PRO B6 or B7?

  2. Hus June 25, 2011 Reply

    Why do I have to boot this cfw every time I restart my psp? It’s the same issue with 6.35PRO B6. Every time I restart the firmware reverts back to the ofw… I downgraded from 6.39PRO-B6 for that reason. What could be the issue?

    • sylv3rblade June 25, 2011 Reply

      Because this is just an LCFW (a temporary firmware).

  3. Hus June 25, 2011 Reply

    Ah.. I see, thanks. Would you recommend 6.35PRO-B7 over 6.39PRO-B7, was it worth downgrading?

  4. Hus June 26, 2011 Reply

    You’re the best, thanks a bunch

  5. KyKiske June 26, 2011 Reply

    Hello, I’m new to this Firmware updating because I just got pspgo yesterday.
    you said this is a temporary firmware, so is there a permanent firmware for my psp?.
    cause its a little annoying if I have to install this firmware everytime I reboot my psp.

  6. chuckbartowski June 28, 2011 Reply

    hello, Can I install this to my PSP-N1002 6.20 OFW. Thanks

  7. KyKiske June 28, 2011 Reply

    nevermind… I found a way to not to reinstall the CFW. by suspending my PSP.. Stupid me…

  8. wiltonko June 29, 2011 Reply

    which is better? 6.20 or 6.35?

  9. Nadine July 1, 2011 Reply

    hey there i have 6.35 pro b5 by coldbird and variousflame , can i install this directly and skip pro b6 ? also is this for coldbird and variousflame or it doesnt work on this custom firmware?

    • sylv3rblade July 2, 2011 Reply

      Just unload your current CFW and install this one.

  10. Aluskamos July 2, 2011 Reply

    Can anyone tell me the latest non-LCFW that can run Dissidia 012? Because that’s the only game I’m having problems with, and I’m willing to do a lot of work to get it to work.

    • sylv3rblade July 3, 2011 Reply

      Nearly all LCFW’s work with Dissidia 012. You might have a patched copy of the game.

      • Aluskamos July 8, 2011 Reply

        That’s wierd. I tried it with 6.38 ME-8 and 6.20 PRO-B7.

  11. kathy025 July 3, 2011 Reply

    Hey Sylv3r, long time!

    Does “LCFW” flash anything to the flash0 (if I remember correctly)?

    I understand you need to reload it eveytime the PSP fully shuts down, but do the LCFW installation files remain permanently in the PSP? Or is it like 5.03 GEN-C where everything can be completely removed including installation files?

    Sorry but I hope you get what I’m trying to ask haha.

    • sylv3rblade July 3, 2011 Reply

      Pro writes certain files to flash0 which allows it to stay on your PSP without reinstallation. It still needs to be reloaded when you come from a cold boot (power off) but no more reinstallation required, just run the recovery module and you’re back in business. Only 6.20 has a permanent patch.

  12. kathy025 July 5, 2011 Reply

    Thanks! Please brace yourself for more questions:

    1) Is 5.03 GEN-C considered LCFW?

    2) Can the files written by Pro to flash0 be removed?

    3) From OFW 5.03, which would you recommend to update to – 6.20, 6.35, or 6.39?

    Sorry for asking a lot haha.

    • sylv3rblade July 5, 2011 Reply

      1.) Yes
      2.) Yes, you have the option to uninstall Pro LCFW
      3.) Yes because 6.xx firmwares are quite stable already and you don’t have to deal with patching your game to make it work

  13. kathy025 July 5, 2011 Reply

    Thanks Sylv3r! For the last question, which is the most recommended OFW again?

    • sylv3rblade July 6, 2011 Reply

      I would recommend 6.35 OFW.

      • kathy025 July 6, 2011 Reply

        Thanks Sylv3r, finally I think I am ready to leave my comfort zone of 5.03 GEN-C.

  14. Venn July 6, 2011 Reply

    ghost of sparta and resistance retribution seem to have some lag… like ghost of sparta dropping from 60 fps to around 20+fps and retribution from 30 fps to 15fps… is this normal to the lcfws? or is it more smoother to play on umd’s? (i’m playing full sized ISO’s btw… no compression)

  15. kathy025 July 7, 2011 Reply

    Team Total_Noob or Team PRO? I’m quite confused as both have a very solid following. What is your objective opinion? Why should I choose one over the other?

    • sylv3rblade July 7, 2011 Reply

      Both have their merits although I would recommend going PRO now since Total_Noob has totally left the scene.

  16. kathy025 July 7, 2011 Reply

    What’s a “Nightly Build”? PRO-B8 has been recently announced in a forum but it says Nightly Build. Is it like a beta release?

    • sylv3rblade July 7, 2011 Reply

      Yep, you can put it that way. By the way, 6.XX PRO-B8 is officially out. I haven’t posred because it doesn’t load properly on my psp go ;(.

      • kathy025 July 8, 2011 Reply

        Hey Sylv3r,

        Yesterday there was only the Pro-B8 Nightly Build annoucement which appears to work only for PSP-1000/2000. Ran BabelFish in the official German website.

        When I checked this morning, BOOM! Official PRO-B8 is out! I love these guys!

        I’ll be sticking with Team PRO, thanks for helping me choose. 😉

    • sylv3rblade July 8, 2011 Reply

      Was able to make it work. 6.XX PRO-B8 is now posted 🙂

  17. obeezy7 August 17, 2011 Reply

    can i just put cfw 6.39 on my psp before updating it to ofw6.39?
    and will it nbrick my psp?

    • sylv3rblade August 17, 2011 Reply

      That won’t work, you need to be upgraded to 6.39 before you can install 6.39 LCFW.

      • psycho August 23, 2011 Reply

        after i update my fw to 6.39, i need to install 6.39 Pro-B7 or 6.35 Pro-B7.

        • sylv3rblade August 23, 2011

          6.39 Pro-B7. if you want to install, 6.35 Pro-B7, you need to downgrade to 6.35 OFW using this guide.

        • psycho August 23, 2011

          sorry to ask…i am not sure where to create an iso folder…i placed it on PSP/GAME/ISO?

        • sylv3rblade August 23, 2011

          X:/ISO. No need to place it inside PSP/GAME

        • psycho August 23, 2011

          thanks man, you are the best…i was able to run tekken6.iso.

  18. Michael September 6, 2011 Reply

    can I play Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep Final Mix inthis firmware ?

  19. John July 8, 2012 Reply

    Can I update my 5.00 M33-6 with this?

    • sylv3rblade July 9, 2012 Reply

      Yep. You might want to get the latest PRO-B build however.

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