For those of you who are new to the concept of hacked PSPs, custom firmware might not sound so familiar. Homebrew is software developed by the user community.Enabling this homebrew makes the PSP an open platform.In order to install Pro CFW on your PSP, you will need to first update your PSP to the 6.60 Sony firmware (which, at the time of this writing, is the latest firmware released by Sony), if that’s not already the case.Installing a Custom Firmware on your PSP 2000 has never been so easy.
Also be aware which country the Play Station Portable was purchased from because firmware is specific to the country, i.e. Leaks were exploited and one after the other, the firmwares fell.Up to today, neither of the groups have given up, but it is obvious who is winning. Be careful installing a full (permanent) firmware to the 2000, early model 2000's are usually okay, but the later models have a different motherboard. But the 1000's can get full cfw without getting bricked, unless you do something wrong, which is pretty hard to [email protected] XUsername Xx Here's some answers for ya! Just go to the ' Game' then ' Memory Stick' and launch it.2) I had a PSP 2000, but I'm fairly sure it worked on all of them. Does this work on all PSP models (1000, 2000, 3000, etc.) Thanks for the guide!If you are interested in the “advanced” Pandora Battery method, please go check that guide, or the “Power users” section below.If, on the other hand, you want to follow the easy method (which for now I recommend), please keep reading.One of the things you need to do beforehand is install custom firmware on your PSP. The custom firmware you put in your PSP depends on what firmware you currently have installed. For version 6.60, just go to this page and choose one of the sites: I don't know everything about all the sites and I can't personally vouch for their validity. It could be the humor, the pretty pictures, the degree of unhelpfulness, or anything. To see what you have, go to "Settings» System Settings» System Information". This is basic common sense, but I figured I'd mention it anyway.**Usually you'll have to unzip the folder you've downloaded. When you're done with that, find the folder with "UPDATE" in the name. Follow the update instructions and let it do its thing.source Place the update file "EBOOT.pbp", inside the following folder on your PSP: PSP/GAME/UPDATE/If it's a PSP Go, place it in the system memory, not on the memory stick.