-- -- -- -- -- 3.90 M33 to 3.90 M33-2 -- -- -- -- --**Updating PSP CFW from 3.90 M33 --- 3.90 M33-2" :- EBOOT.
**if it start from any CUSTOM FIRMWARE --- 3.90 M33-201.
Hackers and other homebrew enthusiasts then encountered the first trojan for the PSP. In Mid-2006, after several months of problems in defeating the PSP's firmware a file was posted online which allowed new PSPs running firmware version 2.6 to downgrade to 1.5 so they could then be hacked using older methods.
This reportedly caused more buzz in the community than any recent official offerings for the device.
some are simple, and some are complicated so I will post here a simplified direction in updating custom firmware: : A failed update may result to Crashing your PSP system making it bricked.
You are doing this at your own risk and I am not responsible for any loss or damage that may occur during the process.
Thank you for your interest in the Quick Jump Daily Digest. * Added "vshmenu", which is a menu that will appear when HOME is pressed in the XMB. Changes in popsloader: * Support for 3.30 firmware.
-- -- -- -- -- CFW to 3.90 M33 -- -- -- -- --Update 3.80 M33 (or all CFW) --- 3.90 M3301. Due to this, when you enter in game menu and there is some iso, if a video iso was currently mounted, it will automatically be unmounted. * UMD audio isos are theoretically supported, but not tested. As always, read the relevant readme files included in the zip file before applying the update to your PSP.This is custom firmware business, and tinkering around with it without proper information and knowledge could lead to bricking. Team M33 called the shot, and they made it with a picture-perfect finish. You can then click on "Newsletter Settings" to customize your daily digest experience.If a savedata exists from 3.40 , the emulator will freeze.