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    Default With the Pandora Battery is there a way to keep 6.20 and D3.

    I'm wondering... Is it at all possible to use Time Machine (whatever it was called) to put 6.20 for UMD's or start 5.50D3? I've been out of the loop since December... so yeah. I'm thinking that with PSP's that can use Pandora this would be pretty viable have 6.20 on the Actual firmware and then use Pandora to by pass this and boot directly from 5.50D3 from the memory stick (like 1.50) I mean this would be the most logical solution. Have they tried this or what?


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    You can use DC8 and a modified resurrection.prx to boot 5.00m33-4 off the memory stick and then install 6.20 OFW on your NAND.

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    Nice... so what this does it write the NAND everytime I boot a new firmware? It has the firmwares on the Memory stick and it writes it everytime I switch a firmware?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubsnick View Post
    Nice... so what this does it write the NAND everytime I boot a new firmware? It has the firmwares on the Memory stick and it writes it everytime I switch a firmware?
    The Firmware is loaded from the memory stick. It doesn't touch the NAND.
    It would be like booting your computer from a Flash Drive.

    You can actually modify + edit settings in the DC8 Test FW feature as well however it's really unstable.

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