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Team Liquid releases 6.20/6.35/6.39 Pro-B6

Team Liquid is on a roll today, releasing not three versions of the latest build of their Pro LCFW for 6.20 OFW, 6.35 OFW and 6.39 OFW. The best part is that they’re compatible with just about every PSP model and revision (except for 6.20 Pro-B6 which can’t be installed on 7g and 9g PSPs).

If you’re wondering if you can install these LCFW releases:

Compatibility with Pro-B6

All 3 releases share the following 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)

To install, head to the individual posts for full instructions:

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  1. Samadhia Sam May 30, 2011 Reply

    How can i determine the type of my psp?? (1g, 2g ??) where can i see the code?

    and is there any post that teach how to create psp game from my old psx game?


    • hbrandylicious Dbrandy June 1, 2011 Reply

      1g – PSP 1000 (aka fat)
      2g – PSP 2000 (slim)
      3g – PSP 2000 (slim ta-88v3)
      3g, 4g, 7g, 9g – PSP 3000 (brite/lite)
      5g – PSPgo (N1000)

      U dont need 2 know your module, just run any of the PROs that matches ur firmware!
      Preferebly, i’ll suggest u upgrade to 6.39, then use its PRO. Since its the latest OFW..

      And about your PSX game, follow the link below to download ‘PSX2PSP’ (a ps1 to psp converter)
      Dwnld link:

      Play safe!

      • atmaxplorer sylv3rblade June 1, 2011 Reply

        Oh thanks for that, I was updating my guide for identifying any PSP model 🙂

  2. spmc1283 Jefoy July 26, 2011 Reply

    I’m a bit confused regarding the HINTS above. I used PSP Module Checker 3.0 to check my MOB.

    Model: Slim(2000)
    Module: 02G
    Motherboard: TA-088 v3

    Need help, need to confirm prior my upgade(in PERMA), I don’t want to brick my PSP so just wanna make sure 🙂


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