PSP 6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-C2 LCFW released
A new update for the PRO CFW for the PlayStation Portable has been released. Feel free to download the new release linked below.
Pro-C is compatible with the following firmwares 6.20, 6.35, 6.39, 6.60.
Changelog for PRO-C2:
Fixed bug in NoDRM Engine
•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.
•And a lot more…
Supported Kernel and Hardware Revisions:
- 6.20 PRO-C2 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g]
- 6.35 PRO-C2 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
- 6.39 PRO-C2 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
- 6.60 PRO-C2 [1g, 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g, 7g, 9g]
How To install 6.20 / 6.35 / 6.39 / 6.60 PRO-C2
- 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
Thank you for updating us on PSP user, such like one of me avid user of PSP 3000
Thanks for this entry! I managed up upgrade my psp-2001 from 6.20 pro-b9 to 6.60 pro-c2 with no issues at all. Appreciated!
Not a problem 🙂
Okay I really need some help… 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. So what I did was:
1.Press start select square triangle
2.Press start select square x
3.Press start select circle x
4.Press start select circle triangle
5.Pressing the same combinations just adding the home button and holding them while rebooting the psp.
6.Doing all of these with the battery out and using the charger instead to power up the psp.
I tried all of these 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.