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Hello all im new to this site and the psp been doing research on here. i just went out and bought a psp from my understanding it has a psp-1001 k number then under that a letter im really hoping in my haste i didnt goof the letter was a c and all the others in the case at bestbuy was a g. hopefully its not the k in the psp-1001k that tells u the rev lvl. also if i am correct i believe i read that means its a c = 1.52 and that can be upgraded to a 2.0 then back to a 1.5 plz make sure my math and research was correct because the anticipation of it sitting in the box next to me is unbearable (return policy says once open cant be returned).
also if theres any tips or favoriote programs used ie. umd emu vs fastloader ect.ect. plz list and why they are better to use.
thanx in advance for your help p.s. I did my research and found lots of stuff out so dont flame the newbie just wanting personal experience tips with certain programs ect ect . and maybe some tips and tricks i might have missed
oh i almost forgot this is a kinda stupid question but i know a lot of games out there now have upgrades in them or tries to upgrade psp above our homebrew range so is the umd that comes with it safe to play with or could it be a sony trap lol dun wanna have my new 250 dollar toy become useless (bought mainly for homebrew)
Congrats you can now run all homebrew. You have to upgrade to 2.0 then downgrade to 1.5 first.
all u gotta do is make sure to use the updates form this site
20 Dec 2005
Is it a 1.5? How to tell from the Box....
Before you buy a PSP for that special gamer this Holiday season, you have to ask yourself one thing: do they homebrew? If the answer is yes, you better take care not to get a unit with a firmware over 2.0 — otherwise, no hackie. You can determine the firmware version by checking for a letter code above the UPC on the bottom of the box.
E-2.00 Unconfirmed (likely 1.52)
Using the above list, photograph, and a kindergarten skillset, we can determine that my PSP was version B, meaning it shipped with version 1.51; yet now I control firmware versions as a god would, manipulating them hither and thither! Muahaha!
Yo-ho.. yo-ho.. a pirates life for me...
Thanx for the pic tall guy that clears up my worry ive seen the quote on here but it was the K or the letter under that that worried me