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    Default Downgrading from 6.35/6.31 to 6.20

    Works on all PSP's. PSP 1000, 2000, 3000, GO!
    Must be 5g or below!
    Tried it already on my PSP 3000 with 3g. It works.


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    Requirements:
    -A PSP that runs on 6.35 with HEN
    -6.35/6.31 to 6.20 Bundle

    Instructions:
    1) Download the bundle
    2) Copy the Downgrader to "ms0:/PSP/GAME"
    3) Copy EBOOT.PBP to "ms0:/PSP/GAME/UPDATE"
    4) Start the Downgrader on your PSP
    5) Wait for 15 Seconds and press "X"
    6) Now start the 6.20 updater, press start and install.
    7) Wait 5-10 Minutes and you're PSP is done!

    -I'll post screenshot when I have time. Sorry.

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    Probably a nub question, but where exactly can I tell what generation my PSP-3000 is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerOfHel View Post
    Probably a nub question, but where exactly can I tell what generation my PSP-3000 is?
    Download PSPident 0.70

    Instructions:
    1) Make a folder named "PSPident" on "ms0:/PSP/GAME"
    2) Copy the EBOOT there.
    3) Run PSPident on your PSP.
    4) Look at the motherboard type.


    PSP 3004 = Exchanged with PSP go.
    PSP go (PSP-N1001) = PRO-B9 PPatch installed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSPadict View Post
    Download PSPident 0.70

    Instructions:
    1) Make a folder named "PSPident" on "ms0:/PSP/GAME"
    2) Copy the EBOOT there.
    3) Run PSPident on your PSP.
    4) Look at the motherboard type.

    Thanks so much. I've been in modding/hacking communities before, and I've been berated for questions like this. Nice to know there are friendly people around who can just help me out~

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    I'm encountering a problem. I'm able to HEN my 3.61 OFW PSP-3000 using the Minna no Sukkiri exploit, but whenever I run PSPIdent .70 it stops halfway through the analysis and then shuts my PSP off, meaning I have to re-HEN it and I don't get to see what motherboard I have.

    Any advice? :S

    EDIT: I think I might be a bit confused. I want to downgrade my OFW, but it's my understanding that you can't put CFW on a PSP-3000 anyway, so I'm rather confused as to what the point is of downgrading. :S
    Last edited by TriggerOfHel; 04-15-2011 at 07:06 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerOfHel View Post
    I'm encountering a problem. I'm able to HEN my 3.61 OFW PSP-3000 using the Minna no Sukkiri exploit, but whenever I run PSPIdent .70 it stops halfway through the analysis and then shuts my PSP off, meaning I have to re-HEN it and I don't get to see what motherboard I have.

    Any advice? :S

    EDIT: I think I might be a bit confused. I want to downgrade my OFW, but it's my understanding that you can't put CFW on a PSP-3000 anyway, so I'm rather confused as to what the point is of downgrading. :S
    You are indeed confused, not to berate you or anything. You can indeed put CFW on a PSP-3000. Has been done for well over a year now.

    I think the main question that needs to be asked is which firmware are you intending to use? Also, what do you intend to play most? ISOs? PSX rips? Just plain homebrew?

    You would get a more comprehensive answer if we knew this, though it would be best if you opened a new thread in the help section instead. You'd get more direct, and very likely quicker, responses to your problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerOfHel View Post
    I'm encountering a problem. I'm able to HEN my 3.61 OFW PSP-3000 using the Minna no Sukkiri exploit, but whenever I run PSPIdent .70 it stops halfway through the analysis and then shuts my PSP off, meaning I have to re-HEN it and I don't get to see what motherboard I have.

    Any advice? :S

    EDIT: I think I might be a bit confused. I want to downgrade my OFW, but it's my understanding that you can't put CFW on a PSP-3000 anyway, so I'm rather confused as to what the point is of downgrading. :S
    Update to 5.03 then 5.03 ChickHEN R2 then 5.03 GEN-X. (Look for tutorials here.)
    Then run the PSPident. Then look below for my questions.

    1) What firmware are you using right now?
    2) What is your motherboard type?
    3) Your motherboard model?
    Last edited by PSPadict; 04-16-2011 at 07:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryuukon View Post
    You are indeed confused, not to berate you or anything. You can indeed put CFW on a PSP-3000. Has been done for well over a year now.

    I think the main question that needs to be asked is which firmware are you intending to use? Also, what do you intend to play most? ISOs? PSX rips? Just plain homebrew?

    You would get a more comprehensive answer if we knew this, though it would be best if you opened a new thread in the help section instead. You'd get more direct, and very likely quicker, responses to your problem.
    i think you quite wrong there. there hasnt really been a cfw for over the past year for 3000. what you mean is that the 3000 has been able to run HEN and thus homebrew. and recently a homebrew that was an iso loader

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaitoshinichi View Post
    i think you quite wrong there. there hasnt really been a cfw for over the past year for 3000. what you mean is that the 3000 has been able to run HEN and thus homebrew. and recently a homebrew that was an iso loader
    That's exactly what I assumed. If there IS a way to put CFW on my PSP-3000, then I'd like to, but otherwise, I'm wondering why downgrading would be beneficial at all...

    Quote Originally Posted by PSPadict View Post
    Update to 5.03 then 5.03 ChickHEN R2 then 5.03 GEN-X. (Look for tutorials here.)
    Then run the PSPident. Then look below for my questions.

    1) What firmware are you using right now?
    2) What is your motherboard type?
    3) Your motherboard model?
    1. I'm on HEN'd Official Firmware 3.61
    2. No idea. I can't get PSPIdent to work.
    3. See Above

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    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerOfHel View Post
    1. I'm on HEN'd Official Firmware 3.61
    2. No idea. I can't get PSPIdent to work.
    3. See Above
    Update to 5.03. Then run a HEN (ChickHEN R2). Run PSPident.

    PSP 3004 = Exchanged with PSP go.
    PSP go (PSP-N1001) = PRO-B9 PPatch installed.

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