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6.35 Pro-B LCFW released!

Well, it looks like Total_Noob is going to have to make true on their word and release 6.20 TN-D soon. 6.35 Pro-B features full PSX support. Yep, you can use your dumped PSX Eboot files now instead of relying on the PSN versions.

Again, no need to install the previous versions. You do need to be on 6.35 OFW however. If you’re not on 6.35 OFW and want to install 6.35 Pro-B, follow this guide: HowTo: Upgrade your PSP to 6.35 OFW.

6.35 Pro-B with PSX support released!

Download 6.35 Pro-B:
6.35 Pro-B Updater
6.35 Pro-B Fast Recovery
or simply get
6.35 Pro-B Complete pack

source ColdBird

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  1. Crimson Blade February 25, 2011 Reply

    Still have chance to brik psps?

    • shubham March 1, 2011 Reply

      hello, thanx a lot, i have upgraded my psp 6.35 version to 6.35 pro B.

      thanx a lot!:-)

  2. salzs April 3, 2011 Reply

    hi there..i m using psp 3004 ver 6.31 it better to hack tht or shall i upgrade to psp 6.35 nd hack with this pro-B3….will all d latest games work with prob3..also is it permanent or once i switch off my psp it will go?

  3. Frank Zappatoss May 7, 2011 Reply

    It’s frustrating! I can’t play my ff9 on 6.35 b5. I already have the pops plugins but still it goes black. Any tips to fix this problem of mine? By the way I ripped ff9 from my ps1 cd. . .

    • sylv3rblade May 7, 2011 Reply

      Try disabling the popsloader plugin. 6.35 Pro-B5 has a built-in PSX emulator so you don’t really need it.

  4. thea June 7, 2011 Reply

    hi. what do you mean tinker/develop with it? what is the use of the sdk folder? do i need to place it in my memory stick?

    please answer. thanks

    • sylv3rblade June 7, 2011 Reply

      The sdk folder is only useful if you want to create programs for the PSP (in the loosest sense). For regular users it’s pretty much useless

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