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Thread: Installing both 6.39 me-4 and 6.39 pro-b6 on psp ofw 6.39

  
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    nemesisx26 is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    Default Installing both 6.39 me-4 and 6.39 pro-b6 on psp ofw 6.39




    6.39 ME-4/B-6 : http://goo.gl/cTq46

    WORKS ON:
    PSP-1000
    PSP-2000
    PSP-3000 models (03g / 04g / 07g / 09g)
    *******DOES NOT WORK ON PSP-GO 5g*******

    I am not responsible for any damage caused to your psp due to misuse of this tutorial

    ENJOY


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    fowler002 is offline Senior Member -Hacks Monk
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    you might want to change the bit about the g modules in the bract of psp 3000 as its not entirely correct, 1g is psp 1000, 2g is psp psp 2000.
    and for pro-b6 can't you use fast recovery to reload the lcfw rather than running the updater each time?

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    nemesisx26 is offline -Hacks Newbie
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    ooh thanks for the info, i was copied the log and pasted it here, and for the pro-b6 yeah i believ u can, i didnt try the fast recovery for reasons i myself dont kno :/, thanks alot though

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    fowler002 is offline Senior Member -Hacks Monk
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    you may want to update it for me-5 or at least the d/l file from me-4 to me-5, as many of the noobs(if they find their way here some how) wouldn't know about it.

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    junKie is offline Gone fishin -Hacks Guru
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    Interesting, you can now have 3 FW's on one.

    ---6.39 ME-5
    --6.39 PRO-B6
    -6.39 TN-A


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    THANKS!!! This worked great for me. I have PSP-2001, don't which motherboard I'm using. Thanks for making this a VERY EASY to follow tutorial! & I love the fact that I don't need to have a iso-loader to play my own iso games!

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    fowler002 is offline Senior Member -Hacks Monk
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    Quote Originally Posted by tayter_tot View Post
    THANKS!!! This worked great for me. I have PSP-2001, don't which motherboard I'm using. Thanks for making this a VERY EASY to follow tutorial! & I love the fact that I don't need to have a iso-loader to play my own iso games!
    to check which motherboard the psp has run pspident, if it's not a ta-88v3 motherboard then you're much better off on a full cfw rather than hen/lcfw.

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    I've done tis, but still can not play Winning Eleven 2011, pls help

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    So this should allow my psp 3000 09g OFW6.39 to be hacked and such? im sorrry im new to this stuff

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    fowler002 is offline Senior Member -Hacks Monk
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    Quote Originally Posted by alex13111 View Post
    So this should allow my psp 3000 09g OFW6.39 to be hacked and such? im sorrry im new to this stuff
    no you have to have a 3g/4g psp 3k

    just j/king
    yes it works on all psp 3k.

    however this is a bit out dated due to pro-b7 and me-6 being released

    me-6 http://psp.dashhacks.com/file/2100

    pro-b7 http://psp.dashhacks.com/file/2101 DON'T run the cipl flasher as thats for fully hackable psps.

    the steps are the same just use the files I linked to instead of the ones in the tutorial.

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