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6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-B10 LCFW released

Despite the setbacks, the PRO PSP CFW Team has release new update to their PSP PRO CFW build (PRO-B10) 6.20 OFW, 6.35 OFW, 6.39 OFW and even the latest PlayStation Portable OFW, 6.60 OFW

The PSP PRO dev team recently suffered a major blow with the loss of ColdBird from the team.

6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-B9 LCFW released

6.20 Pro-B10, 6.35 Pro-B10, 6.39 Pro-B10 and 6.60 Pro-B10 are now available for download.

The new Pro LCFW build brings the usual bug fixes like fixing UMD support, fixing problems with PSP Go‘s video mount and improves future compatibility with games and the inferno driver.

Changelog for Pro-B10 is listed below:

[!]fix bugs: ISOCache infinite loop、unsupport>2GB ISO,and Need for Speed: Carbon Own The City track disappear
[!]ISOCache default 256
[!]fix PSPGo ISO VIDEO MOUNT problem in start game
[!]fix Recovery menu low probability halt,Recovery menu cpu speed not display 333/166
[!]fix problem in ISO file name (thx to popsdeco)
[!]fix ISO file size when mounting UMD through USB (thx to neur0ner)
[!]optimize order of the patch
[!]fix the problem of decryption code
[+]reduce FastRecovery file size,speedup fast recovery (thx to neur0ner)
[+]support Satelite and Recovery menu translation file,fonts can be changed
[+]hold R to disable VSH plugins when start XMB
[+]Recovery menu add Delete Hibernation and highlight effect
[+]support 2GB~4GB ISO/CSO

Supported Kernel and Hardware Revisions:

  • 6.20 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g]
  • 6.35 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
  • 6.39 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
  • 6.60 PRO-B10 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]

Download links:

How To install 6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-B10

  • Upgrade to the required firmware:
  • Download the installer package for your target OFW
  • Copy PROUpdater and FastRecovery folders to PSP/GAME
  • Run Proupdater and follow on screen prompts
Credits for the Pro-B10 build SelectShow

source PRO CFW repository

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  1. Adi November 1, 2011 Reply

    Hi,

    I can install on a psp 6.39?

    Thanks

  2. vanz November 3, 2011 Reply

    what the difference between 6.35 & 6.60 update? i can’t made up my mind in choosing which is better at the moment… can someone tell my the difference thx

    • sylv3rblade November 3, 2011 Reply

      They’re fundamentally the same. The 6.60 has the advantage of having CIPL for fully hackable PSPs that’ll allow them to have permanent installations.

  3. HarryVKP November 3, 2011 Reply

    So, if I have PSP 3000 with data code 0C I can use PRO B-10 6.60 (its my OFW version) to install it? It’s LCFW untill I install permanent patch, am I right?
    PS. Newbie here.

    • sylv3rblade November 3, 2011 Reply

      Correct so far. However, there isn’t a permanent patch for 6.60. That’s only available for 6.20 PRO builds. 6.39 and 6.60 have CIPL for making it permanent on fully hackable PSPs (not PSP-3000s I’m afraid).

  4. HarryVKP November 3, 2011 Reply

    And another question – can I install PRO-B10 LCFW directly from OFW 6.60? Shouldn’t I use any previous version of PRO-B (i.e. PRO-B9) and then install PRO-B10 (when I have PRO-B9 installed)?

    • sylv3rblade November 3, 2011 Reply

      Nope, you can install the PRO-B10 build directly. No need for the earlier versions.

  5. fienamie November 7, 2011 Reply

    i have a psp 1000 with 550 gen d3. can i upgrade to one of these?

    • sylv3rblade November 7, 2011 Reply

      Yes but you will need to update to the required 6.xx firmware to install them. If you push through, I would recommend 6.39 PRO-B10 or 6.60 PRO-B10 as it includes a CIPL flasher that will make your firmware permanent

  6. wiltonko November 15, 2011 Reply

    hi sylv3r,
    what should i do to be able to play ps1 and ps2 game on my psp?
    i’m using 6.20 PRO-B10 right now
    my psp is psp1000

    thanks =D

    • sylv3rblade November 15, 2011 Reply

      You won’t be able to play PS2 games, the PSP doesn’t have support for that (I wish it had it :/). For PS1 games, you can use EBOOT copies of PSX games. Either download them in said format or convert them.

  7. myuziko November 15, 2011 Reply

    i have a psp 3000 6.39 Pro-B10, is there a version of CWCHEATS for my psp?

  8. r0dger November 21, 2011 Reply

    Hi,

    Thank you for this useful info now that my PSP has been updated to the latest LCFW.

    I have a problem though in playing Shin Megami Tensei Persona as it won’t load when I start it. Any remedy on this.

    Thanks!

  9. kathy025 December 1, 2011 Reply

    Dear Silv3r,

    I have a special request. Can you put up a glossary where all the options in the PRO VSH MENU are defined? It would make a very useful reference. Thank you very much.

    • sylv3rblade December 1, 2011 Reply

      Sure, I’ll update the dummy’s guide or make a new post for this. :)

      • kathy025 December 2, 2011 Reply

        Thanks! Looking forward to it! :D

  10. eykaamira December 3, 2011 Reply

    I’ve 6.35 pro b2. Do I need to delete it first or just install pro b10 directly?

    Thanks.

    • sylv3rblade December 3, 2011 Reply

      To be safe, you can uninstall PRO-B2 then install PRO-B10

  11. May December 20, 2011 Reply

    wondering, I had my PSP updated with 6.20 PRO-B10, and i noticed that when i play a game, loading the saved gamed became corrupted. how come?

  12. Kevin Ko December 21, 2011 Reply

    Ok…..I looked at some nice feedback on this CFW….NOW! IS this ANY BETTER than 6.20 TN-D?

    • sylv3rblade December 21, 2011 Reply

      The PRO builds have much compatibility with ISOs thanks to the inferno driver. 6.20 TN-D has you relying on the Prometheus ISO loader. So yes, it’s quite better.

      • Kevin Ko December 22, 2011 Reply

        Hmm….So I guess Corpse Party would work in that CFW….Ok, thank Mr. Silv3r. 8)

        (I hope…*gulp*)

      • Kevin Ko December 22, 2011 Reply

        So…what. How do you load the ISO’s? Do you play them straight from the XMB or….what?

        • sylv3rblade December 22, 2011

          if you place the ISOs in the ISO folder of your memmory stick, you can load them from the XMB.

        • Kevin Ko December 22, 2011

          O.K. That’s all the info I need.
          Last, tell me more about the Inferno Driver.

        • sylv3rblade December 22, 2011

          Not much to tell about except that it will work for most games. :)

        • Kevin Ko December 24, 2011

          How about a compatibility lisT? *piggy snort*

  13. ad1ktus December 24, 2011 Reply

    question mr, sylv3r i have 6.20 pro b6, when i changed the color of the background all the games ISO is gone! is there’s anyway to retrieve the ISO games?

    • sylv3rblade December 24, 2011 Reply

      You probably just unloaded your LCFW.. Just run the fast recovery program on the XMB.

  14. Thom December 28, 2011 Reply

    Are there any requirements / restrictions I need to know before upgrading to 6.60 PRO B-10? Or should I just upgrade my PSP (or any PSP) to 6.60 OFW and then directly apply the PROupdater?

    • Thom December 28, 2011 Reply

      By requirements and restrictions, I mean minimum CFW version needed and PSP models (will it work for PSP1000, 2000, or 3000) BTW, Thanks for answering :)

    • sylv3rblade December 28, 2011 Reply

      The only requirement is that you need to be on 6.60 OFW to install 6.60 Pro-B10, other than that, this LCFW works on all PSP models

      • Thom December 31, 2011 Reply

        Thanks, that answered my query! :)

  15. Ifret December 30, 2011 Reply

    Yow ^^
    Mind if I ask a VERY stupid question? I really couldn’t be sure by just reading the tuto and the posts…
    I have a PSP 3000 with the original firmware 6.30, can I install the PRO-B10? And if it is indeed possible, can I make it permanent?
    Thanks guys ^^ sorry for the noob question!

    • sylv3rblade December 30, 2011 Reply

      To install one of the LCFWs in the post, you need to be on the required OFW so you can either downgrade to 6.20 OFW or upgrade to 6.35 OFW, 6.39 OFW or 6.60. Also since you’re on a PSP-3000, the permanent patch will only work on 6.20 PRO-B10.

      • Ifret December 30, 2011 Reply

        Thanks ^^
        I was afraid that I could need to have a diferent firmware installed like some 6.20 ME or something.
        I’ll try to downgrade to 6.20 to let it permanent then.
        And again, thanks for the help !!

  16. vince January 4, 2012 Reply

    Hello sir sylverblade ask ko lang kung compatible sa 6.35 pro b10 and dj max series ? im still using pro b8 but dj max wont work at that version …

    • sylv3rblade January 4, 2012 Reply

      Haven’t tried. Anong DJ Max version ang gusto mo laruin. I have 6.35 PRO-B10.

  17. vince January 4, 2012 Reply

    may dj max classic ako sa iso folder ko gusto ko siyang malaro

  18. vince January 4, 2012 Reply

    sir sylverblade anu na test nyo na? gumagana ba ung dj max?

  19. Ifret January 4, 2012 Reply

    Yow ^^
    Thanks sylv3rblade, it worked almost fine to me ^^ although I saw that mine PSP model was 9g so I didn’t try the 6.20 and used 6.60 ^^ but the CIPL_Flasher don’t work, do you know how to make it work?

    Thanks again!!

    • sylv3rblade January 4, 2012 Reply

      CIPL flasher won’t work because you have a PSP-3000. You’re lucky it didn’t work because it would’ve bricked your PSP.

      • Ifret January 4, 2012 Reply

        uff ^^
        Thanks for the advice ^^ seen’s that I almost doomed my PSP trying to run this one ^^
        For now on I’ll be quiet in my own corner and happy with the 6.60 PRO-B10

        Once again thanks for the help!

  20. vince January 5, 2012 Reply

    DJ max portable clazziquai edition ang tittle sir sylverblade!!

  21. vince January 5, 2012 Reply

    ok thanks sir sylverblade sana maging magandang resulta ang lumabas bukas

  22. vince January 5, 2012 Reply

    kuya sylverblade hnd ba mag bbrick ung psp ko kung prom iso loader gmitin ko?

    • sylv3rblade January 5, 2012 Reply

      Hinde pero mas compatible ang default ISO loader ng PRO-B10 kesa sa Prometheus ISO loader.

  23. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    bkt sa akin ayaw install ko na ung pro b10 ayw gumana sa akin ng dj max

  24. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    may kailangan po ba akong baguhin sa settings ko pra malaru ko ung dj max?

  25. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    sir sylverblade bkt sa akin ayaw gumana ng dj max nag install n ako ng pro b10 !! may kailangan b akong ayusin sa setting or sa plugins?

    • sylv3rblade January 6, 2012 Reply

      Make sure na nakainferno driver yung PSP mo. If it doesn’t work I’ll try to upload a copy of the game kaso sa kabilang site. Bawal dito eh hehe

  26. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    ung umd iso mode ba dpar nka inferno or sa config pa?

  27. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    panu ba malalaman kung saan ung inferno driver noob ako sa mga settings sa psp

    • sylv3rblade January 6, 2012 Reply

      Yung ISO mode dapat nakaset sa inferno. I’ll upload the game as soon as I get home (so bukas ulet)

  28. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    or do i need to patch my dj max to play it ?

  29. vince January 6, 2012 Reply

    part by part b yan kuya sylver? or direct? (ok bukas ulit )

  30. vince January 7, 2012 Reply

    sir sylverblade ni re-Dl ko n ung dj max ko kasu ayaw padin black screen padin ang lumalabas ayaw n mag tuloy thenn pag eexit ko nag hhang na

  31. noob January 8, 2012 Reply

    hi there, just got my first psp 3004 ofw 6.60..but i am completely lost and i ended up here. if i install the 6.60 pro b 10 can i install free games?sorry for my bad english

  32. namiichi January 14, 2012 Reply

    I used to have 6.39 PRO-B10 for my PSP 2001 and everything was working fine. But, when I updated to 6.60 and installed 6.60 PRO B10 all of my games stopped working. It’s set on Inferno to read Isos but it just start, show a black screen, and do a Cold boot. Please help me

  33. demora January 16, 2012 Reply

    Hi,

    I am a newbie in PSP
    I want to hack my PSP GO
    previously the OFW is 5.70 then I updated to OFW 6.60 an then
    I installed CFW 6.60 Pro B10
    my queries are:

    how can I make this permanent
    can I make Upgrade or Downgrade in the future
    what kind of games (PS or PSP) versions that could be played on
    how to install the games

    • sylv3rblade January 16, 2012 Reply

      Sadly you can’t make it permanent (thanks to the security measures that Sony has put into place).

      As for upgrading and downgrading you can use this

      As for compatibility, the Pro LCFW has the inferno driver which makes it compatible with most games available.

  34. SERGIO January 18, 2012 Reply

    could you play kingdom hearts birth by sleep with this firmware PRO-B10??

  35. Sonu January 30, 2012 Reply

    can i make it permanent if i have 6.20 version of psp-3000 model?

  36. Sonu January 30, 2012 Reply

    can i make it permanent if i have 6.20 version of psp-3000 model???

    • sylv3rblade January 31, 2012 Reply

      Nope, the permanent patch only works for hackable PSPs (PSP-1000 and certain PSP-2000 models)

      • sonu February 12, 2012 Reply

        ok. anyways thnkx for the info.

    • Arul July 11, 2012 Reply

      hi i am having a psp 3001 and 9g motherboard and i initially hacked using patapon game exploit and promotheus loader and there are two questions first will i risk if i delete those two files as i was having intially OFW of 5.03 and what firmware will i end up nw and depending upon that what hack should i do please suggest me

  37. Kobe Manalo February 7, 2012 Reply

    Hey, sylv3rdblade

    If aleady downloaded it, what will i put in my psp? The whole folder?

    • sylv3rblade February 8, 2012 Reply

      Extract the downloaded file and follow this:
      Copy PROUpdater and FastRecovery folders to PSP/GAME

      • Kobe Manalo February 8, 2012 Reply

        Thanks

      • Kobe Manalo February 8, 2012 Reply

        Btw i can’t download the mirror 2 of 6.60 pro B 10 it says, try tomorrow.. I tried it yesterday its said try this day so i tried it but nothing :\

        • sylv3rblade February 10, 2012

          Which mirror are you downloading from?

  38. Hexatona February 13, 2012 Reply

    I just have 2 questions. At the moment, I’ve got 6.20, and am using TN-E without a lot of problems – I’m trying to see the benefits of using this LCFW.

    If I have the umd of a game that requires a higher firmware than what I have, will this bypass the “you must update” screen?

    If not, and I have to update the a higher firmware and use the higher LCFW, is there anything keeping me from downgrading later?

    • sylv3rblade February 13, 2012 Reply

      Depends on the game but since you’re pointing to UMDs, I’m say that 99.9% of the games in the market won’t give you that screen. That said, the only games that will give you a problem are upcoming games that are likely to ask for a new firmware. For PSN content, it’s a hit or miss thing, some older titles ask for newer firmware due to updates.

      As for upgrading/downgrading, it depends on your PSP model.

      • Hexatona February 13, 2012 Reply

        Hmm, okie doke – thanks for replying. Well, I’ve got games like ZHP Unlosing ranger, YS: the oath in felgana, and i just got Tactics Ogre – all of these require 6.3X firmwares, and I never really noticed until the other day that my HEN doesn’t skip that update question [and i couldn't seem to find any utils or anything that would do it either]. I’m not too concerned about psn content, I’m not a big digital purchases guy. I mean, i could copy the iso, and run that instead, but honestly i just don’t have the room on my cards.

        I’ve got a 3001.

        • Hexatona February 15, 2012

          Just for closure – put it on, skips the update thing for games – I’m happy.

          great stuff.

  39. Tsubomi February 13, 2012 Reply

    hey, got a question. I’m all ready to update my PSP 1000 from 5.50 gen d3 to the latest 6.60 pro-b10, but will my save files from my old firmware still work? I’m a little hesitant if that’ll happen. thanks.

    • sylv3rblade February 13, 2012 Reply

      There’s a small chance that the save files won’t work but there is a way for you to recover them if such a thing occurs.

      • Tsubomi February 13, 2012 Reply

        good to know :) thanks for replying!

  40. stryker01 February 25, 2012 Reply

    so pro b10 dont work on 6.20 9g??? cuz in pspslimhacks it says downgraded to 9g… im getting confused -.-

    • sylv3rblade February 25, 2012 Reply

      If you have a 9g you can use the special downgrader to downgrade to 6.20 OFW and install 6.20 PRO-B10. The gotcha is that if your PSP gets updated above that without a special patch/upgrader, you’ll end-up bricking it.

      • stryker01 February 27, 2012 Reply

        sorryy! i thought my psp is 9g .. anyway, does iso/cso will show up on xmb if i used lcfw?? cuz i used this , also create ISO folder, put my iso/cso there but it doesnt show up..any idea? i also tried tn-e with prometheus but prom doesnt show anything either

        • sylv3rblade February 27, 2012

          I have a feeling that problem is one of these two:
          1. the files are in the wrong format (still zipped)
          2. the ISO folder is not in the root directory.

  41. stryker01 February 27, 2012 Reply

    yay! i did the second one.. i wonder why i go back putting the folder in the PSP folder.. THANKS sylv3r!!!

  42. p3k February 28, 2012 Reply

    sir sylver,

    I’m currently using 5.50 gen d-3 CFW and tried to update to 6.60 OFW and I encountered an error where it says “The system software of your PSP system is version 9.90. There is no need to update.”

    What should I do to be able to upgrade to 6.60 PRO B-10?

    • sylv3rblade February 28, 2012 Reply

      The easiest way to work around is to download the 5.50 GEN-D3 updater, and flash 5.50 OFW. After that you can update to 6.60 OFW.

      • p3k March 1, 2012 Reply

        Thanks a lot sir! Already updated to 6.60 Pro B-10 =)

  43. p3k February 28, 2012 Reply

    btw, my PSP is a PSP 2000 the fully hackable ones

  44. zack777 March 17, 2012 Reply

    Hi sylv3rblade i have PSP 6.60 3000 9g ,ask ko lang po if may conflict kapag nag update ako sa Pro-B10 kasi po right now nka Pro-b9 at LME 1.6 ako balak ko mag update to B10..ask ko po if may conflict bka kasi may issue na ganun gusto ko lang po makasiguro ok xa bago ko i update thanks.. and direct install pa rin po ba ko kapag nag update ako??follow ko lang yun instruction mo dito sa taas??no need na ko mag uninstall kasi di naman ako nakaperma right???thanks in advance..

  45. exia March 19, 2012 Reply

    HI!!!

    i have a 6.20 PRO B6 before and its a permanent…

    when i update it to B10 d na cya perma…na unzip ko ung B10 mron cyang ksmang permanent bootloader…is it ok if i run that app in my psp GO(psp-n1001)?? im scared when i see the “BY RUNNING THIS APPLICATION YOU ACCEPT ALL THE RISK INVOLVED”…hehehe…

    thx again sylv3rblade^^

    • sylv3rblade March 19, 2012 Reply

      There is a slight risk of bricking when using the perma-patch, that’s the reason you see that warning :). For reference I have a PSP GO as well but it’s on 6.35 PRO-B10.

  46. ZoranMkd March 25, 2012 Reply

    Hi,i buy new psp 3004 whit 6.20,i need instructions how & who patch to update??? I’m newone whit psp…thx

  47. ZoranMkd March 26, 2012 Reply

    Hi

    i buy new psp 3004 whit 6.20 softwer,i need instructions how & who patch to update my psp,for now i play only original umd games….thx

    • sylv3rblade March 28, 2012 Reply

      The instructions are indicated in the post on how to install LCFW so you can play downloaded copies of games.

      • ZoranMkd March 29, 2012 Reply

        Hi,my psp have original 6.20 software,do i need pandora battery or i do whit download first 6.20 OFW or 6.20 PRO-B10?

        thx again :))

        • sylv3rblade March 29, 2012

          You don’t need a Pandora Battery. Since you’re already on 6.20 OFW just download 6.20 PRO-B10.

  48. ZoranMkd March 29, 2012 Reply

    ok ty for info,now i have 6.20 pro-b10 on my psp :) :)

  49. hihazuki April 1, 2012 Reply

    Sorry to bother you again, but you said to that to download this I’ll need to move from 6.60 LME to 6.60 OFW but while I was doing so there was a notification on my PSP saying that I didn’t need to upgrade because I already have the latest build. So I’m still stuck on my LME build.

    • sylv3rblade April 1, 2012 Reply

      You’ll only need to turn off your PSP (basically unload LME) then install 6.60 PRO-B10

  50. John April 1, 2012 Reply

    hi, i would just like to know which would you prefer for a PSP 1001 v.3.73 thanks.

  51. John April 1, 2012 Reply

    Hi, i have a psp 1001- v3.73 and i downloaded some of the newer version but it says Sorry, This program doesnt support your program. So i would just like to know whats the right program for it? thanks a lot :D noob here and its sort of my 1st time as well >.<

  52. BlazeGX April 12, 2012 Reply

    Umm.. My psp 2006 is 5.03 prom-4 can I upgrade directly to 6.35? Tnx in advance1

  53. maf April 21, 2012 Reply

    sir, ask ko lng pano gamitin ung CIPL_flasher? pina copy nyo lng ung proupdate at fastrecovery. pero ang nagamit lng eh ung proupdate. sorry noob po.

    • sylv3rblade April 23, 2012 Reply

      Before trying to run CIPL, sure ka na hackable yung PSP mo?

  54. jackkk May 2, 2012 Reply

    I have 6.20 PRO-B5, how do I update to B10fix1?

  55. Roxas June 2, 2012 Reply

    kingdom hearts birth by sleep wont work on 6.60 pro b10
    whats wrong with it

  56. jem June 7, 2012 Reply

    thank you so much for the link! now i get to play my ISO files again! thank you!!!

  57. J-J_360 June 24, 2012 Reply

    I have a PSP 2004 Slim and lite and the code is 7c, I have OFW 6.60 installed on it. is there any custom firmware for that? which one would you recommend?

  58. markymson June 30, 2012 Reply

    sir my psp is already 6.20 PRO B10 but the ISO games that i copy to memory stick is not visible? tell me whats wrong? thanks in advance

    • sylv3rblade July 2, 2012 Reply

      Are your games in ISO format and in the proper folder?

  59. Cahximel July 30, 2012 Reply

    Do I need a pandora battery and magic memory stick to psp if I have 6.60 ofw?

  60. splittoungeguy September 26, 2012 Reply

    i have a 3001 v.6.60 do i need the pro to download free games without a computer bc i cant find any games or working websites. psp.gdteam.net doesnt work for me. would pro help?

  61. apothesis October 8, 2012 Reply

    I have a psp-3001 that has a little c after the 1. The S/N is HU6837367. To convert to CFW is the best way to get a stable custom firmware is to upgrade to 6.60, then use 6.60 pro-b10?

  62. apothesis October 12, 2012 Reply

    Sylv3rblade…. You still around? I have a psp-3001 that has a little c after the 1. The S/N is HU6837367. To convert to CFW is the best way to get a stable custom firmware is to upgrade to 6.60, then use 6.60 pro-b10… or what are my other options?

    • sylv3rblade October 13, 2012 Reply

      What is your current firmware version? You do not need to upgrade to 6.60 if you have 6.20, 6.35 or 6.39 OFW.

      • Apothesis October 14, 2012 Reply

        The OFW is 6.37

        • sylv3rblade October 16, 2012

          In that case I would suggest upgrading 6.60 OFW then installing 6.60 PRO-B10

  63. JB December 8, 2012 Reply

    So, once I download 6.60 PRO-B10 and place it’s files in the correct location, do i need to install anything else to play ISO PSP game files that I have on my PSP in the Games folder?

    • sylv3rblade December 9, 2012 Reply

      You to run the installer for you to be able to run ISOs

  64. Jim December 19, 2012 Reply

    I have a psp 2000, running 5.03 prome-4, its not fully hackable so i was wondering if I can still upgrade to pro?

  65. AmateurPSPPlayer January 2, 2013 Reply

    Hi, a NOOB here so bear me for a moment. I have gone through the above comments and got some doubts. I hope u dont mind clearing my doubts.
    1. My PSP is 3004 v 6.6 now what is this 1g,2g etc and how to find it for my PSP ?

    2. Can my PSP be hacked permanently ?

    2.1 If it is temporary what procedure should i follow to keep it permanent ?

    2.2 if the Light Custom Firmware works fine on my PSP, will i be able to play games downloaded from the internet ?

    2.3 and does that mean after shutting it (PSP) down all my data will be erased ?

    3. Will there be any permanent patch for my PSP in near future ? i mean is it possible or not to hack it permanently in near future ?

    4. And finally most important question what are the chances of my PSP becoming another piece of useless junk if I follow this procedure ?

    please answer these questions and thanks in advance !!! waiting for your fast reply !!

    • HarryVKP January 9, 2013 Reply

      As I see, you didn’t get anwser so far, so I’l try to help you.
      1. I don’t know anwser for this question, but as far as I know, it doesn’t matter which version you have.
      2. Again, as far as I know PSP 3004 is not fully hackable, and even if it’s somehow possible there is a risk of bricking you console.
      2.1. As I mentioned before, it’s not recommended to make your CFW (Custom FirmWare) permanent
      2.2 Yes, you will be able to play .iso and .cso backups.
      2.3 No, none of the data on your memory card will be erased. Because it’s called “Light” Custom Firmware, you will have to run “Fast Recovery” file every time after you will turn on PSP. When you will do it, console will start again and from now on you will have custom firmware again. Also .iso and .cso games will be visible and able to play. All procedure will take around 30-45 sec every time, so it’s not worth to risk brick for permanent patch. The games and save states will not be erased even if you will turn off your PSP.
      3. For now it’s propably not possible.
      4. There is almost no risk for bricking your PSP if you will just install Light CFW. However, remember to not install permanent patch! It’s very risky, because this can make your console
      “piece of useless junk” ;)
      I hope it helps. I had similar problem like you, and I got anwsers here more that one year ago. Greets!

      • AmateurPSPPlayer January 10, 2013 Reply

        thanks a lot !!

    • sylv3rblade January 10, 2013 Reply

      Hey there, sorry for the late reply

      As a precendent, you can follow my CFW for Dummies for the PSP to learn the basics of custom firmwares, terms used by the community, etc for your PSP.

      1. You’ll need to run a homebrew called PSPIdent

      2. Short answer no. Long answer, there’s a pseudo hack that makes the cfw permanent but it only works on 6.2x and lower firmware and only on older PSP-3000 models.

      2.1 – 4 have been answered by zer0wing-G :)

      • AmateurPSPPlayer January 10, 2013 Reply

        Thanks a lot !! now I will try to install this LFCW on my PSP !!

  66. xiaori April 5, 2013 Reply

    hey there! if i have psp3000 6.20 hen TN-E (ta-093), should i just download the 6.20 pro b10 and proceed with the instructions? would there be any chances of bricking my psp? thanks! i love the site btw, it helped and still helping me a lot!

    • sylv3rblade April 5, 2013 Reply

      Yep you can overwrite your TN-E with the PRO-B10 installation.

      Yes there’s a slight chance of bricking but that’s only if you have anything else accessing the flash0 of your PSP, other than that you’re safe.

      Thanks for the feedback XD

  67. xiaori April 6, 2013 Reply

    thanks for the prompt reply! im sorry but another very noob question, how will i know if there’s anything else accessing the flash0 of my psp?

    • sylv3rblade April 6, 2013 Reply

      Any plugins that changes the XMB format or similar is the best bet

  68. shadowyy June 30, 2013 Reply

    Hi. So I’ve just upgraded my PSP from 5.50 gen-d3 to 6.60 pro-b10. I put my ISOs into my PSP ISO folder as usual and I could see their icons on my games menu from my PSP. So I try to run the games but after the PSP logo, it just black screened and I had to take my battery out in order to turn off my PSP. What should I do? Please help!

    • sylv3rblade June 30, 2013 Reply

      Press select and check the ISO mode that your PSP is currently on.

      • shadowyy July 1, 2013 Reply

        So I pressed select and found out that there were three options for the UMD ISO MODE, inferno, M33 driver and Sony NP9660. I tried to start the game with all three, but none of them worked. It just black screened and I had to take out the battery again. What should I do?

        • sylv3rblade July 1, 2013

          ah.. if that’s the case, just reinstall the cfw

        • shadowyy July 1, 2013

          It’s still like that after reinstalling…

  69. Ven Juliene September 19, 2014 Reply

    Okay A little help here… I haven’t been playing my psp for like 4 months and after all that I felt like wanting to play it again. The CFW that it is currently using is 6.60 PRO B10 and it is a PSP3006 model. I really haven’t had problems with my console until I opened it after four months.

    It goes in an Initial Setup where I have to Set the time and date. After I did set them the CIRCLE O Button is required for me to enter. However after pressing it, It doesn’t let me continue and after pressing ALL of the buttons and stuff like combinations and things and it still doesn’t work.

    I googled up if people had the exact same problems like mine and found out that they do. Some have theirs fixed easily because their models were a PSP 1000 or 2000 and use recovery menus from older CFW. What they do is holding R and I even followed an instruction in youtube videos and sites like psp slim hacks the psp community, wololo talk and advised button combinations like press start select square triangle or start select square x or the same combinations just adding the home button and holding them while rebooting the psp. I tried everything and nothing happened.

    They said that I have to be in CFW mode for me to go in recovery mode however I am not even sure if its already in hacked mode (meaning the Fast Recovery was ran before the PSP restarted) because it was already four months. And if I do want to enter recovery mode by activating the CFW, I can’t do that because I cant even get past the Set Date and Time Initial Setup because the buttons are just not working.

    I’m really desperate on playing my PSP back again and I’ve searched so many sites and videos on the internet that I’m almost giving up so I ask for help for the site where I downloaded CFW which is here.

    Please Reply…

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