PSP 6.20 Pro-B6 LCFW released
Team Liquid has released a new update to their 6.20 Pro LCFW, 6.20 Pro-B6 with new features and several bugfixes (specifically with regards to Dissidia Duodecim and it’s DLC).
Requirements for 6.20 Pro-B6:
- A PSP with 6.20 OFW installed. If you’re not on 6.20 OFW and want to install 6.20 Pro-B6, follow this guide: HowTo: Upgrade your PSP to 6.20 OFW.
- Download 6.20 Pro-B6: Mirror 1| Mirror 2
Important: 6.20 Pro-B6 supports all PSP models except PSP-3000s that came were released with firmware greater than 6.20 OFW: [ 7g, 9g ]
Important Update: PRO-B6 was updated with a tiny patch concerning the NODRM engine. If you have installed 6.20 Pro-B6, please download the installer again and update.
How to install 6.20 Pro-B6 on your PSP
Important: Install the permanent patch AFTER you install 6.20 Pro-B6.
To install, just place the folders from the zip file into PSP/GAME and run 6.20 PROUPDATE from your XMB. Use the FastRecovery to reload 6.20 Pro-B6 LCFW without doing the reinstall process again.
To run the Permanent Patch:
- Be sure to have 6.20 Pro-B6 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.
6.20 PRO-B6 Features
Homebrew Compatible – Run your own unsigned applications, both user and kernel mode.
Plugin Compatible – Add new features to your PSP via kernel mode background plugins.
ISO / CSO Game Dump Playback – Backup your own UMD discs via USB and play them from Flash Storage.
2g+ Memory Range Unlock – Use the previously locked RAM range within your own homebrews.
NODRM Engine – Use your bought DLCs, no matter on which PSN account you are currently logged in.
PSX Emulator Unlock – Play your PSX classics, yes – all of them. Not just PSN titles.
[!]Fixed NODRM Engine on Dissidia Duodecim
[!]Fixed High Capacity Bug
[!]Fixed Bug in np9660
[!]Fixed button-input related startup freeze
[!]Fixed rare crash in exploiting stage
[+]Added 6.39 Kernel Support
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are there permanent patch for 6.20 PRO-B6
Pro-B6 has a permanent patch included
Files for 6.20 Pro-B6 have been updated, please redownload and install the LCFW again,
how can i check my psp’s OFW? i don’t know if it’s 6.20 or 6.39
On your XMB > Settings > System Information
mine says 5.50 prome-4.
so, my OFW is 5.50?
my psp is psp 3000
should i use the 6.20 pro-B6?
Are you sure it’s a PSP-3000? 5.50 Prome-4 can’t be installed on a PSP-3000 because it’s a permanent firmware.
I’ve got 6.20 Pro-B6 now but this is my first ever hack on psp. How would i go about getting something like MHP3rd on here now?
Just copy the ISO file into an ISO folder on your PSP’s memory stick.
I have psp 3006 5.03 gen-c (full), Brite 03g, model TA-090 v2…. I just wanna ask if i could install 6.20 pro-b 6? .. If there is a chance to upgrade from 5.03 to 6.20 firmware?
Help me plz thanks!
Yep you can upgrade to 6.20 Pro-B6. Just remember to unload 5.03 GEN-C (turn off your PSP).
I have a psp 3005 6.2 Pro B-6 after putting a psp games like NBA 2011 in memory card my psp did not play the old and new games included the old vide. Should I refirmware my psp? or putting the 6.2 pro B6 will fix my problem. tnx
Check if your PSP is running 6.20 Pro-B6 and not just 6.20.
yes ma’am my psp running 6.2 pro B6. Should I downgrade it to 6.2 only before putting a CF to fix this issue?
Or the custom firmware only will fix my problem? tnx..
THANKS ALOT!! I an now play downloded ISO games and homebrew! Agian thanks! Made my day ^^
well sylv3rblade, do you mean that by install the permanent patch we can play the ISO(s) games without doing the reinstall process again?
With PRO you really don’t need to reinstall. If it gets unloaded for any reason, just run the Recovery.
sorry I’m still confused a little bit, so why do we have to install the permanent patch? is that really necessary?
and I wanna ask whether is it okay or not if I forgot to use the recovery to load the CFW (after the first installation using the PRO update) and use the Pro update again a.k.a reinstall process instead ? will my PSP goes to be wrong?
hi sylv3rblade, i’m using 6.20 PRO-B6 on my psp fat, i got my psp when it first came out.
is there a higher version of firmware that i can install on my psp?
i have psp 2006 TA-088v3 OFW 6.20..
6.20 PRO-B6 work on my psp?
i got 5.5.GEN-A(full) on psp-2000
wat version should i update?
Update to 5.50 GEN-D3