Psp 3000

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  1. ish1tsn0w

    ish1tsn0w Member

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    UPDATE:Their is a new game exploit that has came out recently.right now it is in the beta stage and can only run some very(and i mean very)small Homebrew's so things like emulaters are out of the question you can learn all about this at:link
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    Shawa Super Moderator

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    Lol. I was Googling for how to put on a PSP-1001 and all I could get were guides the the 2000 & 3000. Search the web harder.
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    ish1tsn0w Member

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    the psp 1001 is pretty straight through.
    do you want a tut?
    EDIT: i have searched for about a week for about 3 hours a day and nothing!
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    Shawa Super Moderator

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    Sure, go ahead with a tut. I'm happy with homebrew, and the safety of ChickHEN though, what's the hype about custom firmware?
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    You CANT downgrade the psp 3000 or PSP-2000 TA088-V3

    you also cant use pandora battery and if you try to flash it you will brick it

    sony changed the design of the mobo making it impossible to flash the system


    chick hen relies on a software exploit(was patched by sony in newer fw revisions) and runs on the RAM

    not everything is lost though
    Some known/respected people for the scene claim to have found 2 save game exploits already

    i not sure if i can post the link to a psp hack site here
    so i just gonna tell you
    Google: pspslimhacks and you will find the info there
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    well you can run emulators (emulators are great on the psp much better than the ipod touch)

    i love gba emulator on my psp
    you can also run your favorite psx games, and back up your UMD discs onto the memory stick making load times shorter, and the battery lasts longer
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    Shawa Super Moderator

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    I meant VS chickHEN only, I'm already running a fair bit of homebrew. If the only addition is PSX & UMD copies then I'm good with chickHEN.
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    ahh i misunderstood your post i though you meant hacking the psp

    and you can run backups and psx on chink hen also all you need cfwenabler or gen-C full works on psp 3000
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    ROFLMFAOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
    Not really, but seriously;
    LOL "what's the hype about custom firmware? "
    Too bad I broke my PSP's L button or I'd be playing it now.

    CFW is so much better dude, you don't even know.
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    Thanks for the ridiculing. Seriously, what can I do with CFW that I can't with chickHEN? I'm not interested in UMD 'backups', or PSX games. That leaves only XMB customisation, (which I can live without) and homebrew (which I'm already running). And with chickHEN there's a zero chance of damage to the PSP as it resides in RAM only.

    So… am I missing something?

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    Since it "resides in RAM", it goes away after a cold reboot. Which HEN PSP's tend to do. It wouldn't be so bad if the exploit worked 100% everytime you ran it, but its more like 20% for me.

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