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Thread: How use you're Custom Gameboots

  
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    Post How use you're Custom Gameboots

    Note: Im NOT responsible to any damage or loss to your psp!!

    NOTE: You NEED TO Change the opening_plugin.rco and Gameboot.pmf of your PSP's FLASH0 to put Custom Gameboots......!


    Never try this to PSP 3000 or PSP Go Version 6.3x this is ONLY for psp that have 5.00 m33 5.50 Gen or 6.20 TN/Pro Permanent Patch CFW!!

    Heres the Step by step how to put the opening_plugin.rco and Gameboot.pmf to the Flash0!!

    Step 1:Turn your PSP ON then Press select go to USB DEVICE just press Left Button or Right Button to Change the USB DEVICE Toggle it to Flash0.



    Step 2:Connect PSP To Computer.



    Step 3:Open your PSP's Driver (Sample D:/)

    Step 4:Go to VSH/Resource




    Step 5:Now Backup your Opening_plugin.rco and gameboot.pmf.



    Step 6:After you backup your Opening_plugin.rco and gameboot.pmf just Drag or copy paste your Custom Gameboot.




    Step 7:Now Disconnect your PSP.

    Step 8:Reboot your PSP.

    Step 9:After your PSP rebooted try to enter any game you like NOW you will see your Custom Gameboot playing.



    Enjoy

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    Its safer to use ZeroRCO patcher to launch gameboots from memory stick:

    http://psp.dashhacks.com/2011/03/07/...v0-2-released/

    Never try this to PSP 3000 or PSP Go Version 6.3x this is ONLY for psp that have 5.00 m33 5.50 Gen or 6.20 TN/Pro Permanent Patch CFW!!
    Most 6.20 PRO/TN users have psp 2000v3 or psp 3000 or PS Go.. Its not safe for them either. Its safe to flash gameboots only if you have a pandora battery compatible psp (psp 1000 and earlier models of PSP 2000)

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamafreak View Post
    Its safer to use ZeroRCO patcher to launch gameboots from memory stick:

    http://psp.dashhacks.com/2011/03/07/...v0-2-released/



    Most 6.20 PRO/TN users have psp 2000v3 or psp 3000 or PS Go.. Its not safe for them either. Its safe to flash gameboots only if you have a pandora battery compatible psp (psp 1000 and earlier models of PSP 2000)
    your right but in my case i tried to change every rco files that can be change on my PSP GO....i have custom Gameboot,Custom wave,Custom icon,Custom click sound installed directly on the Flash0 of my psp GO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris10Lyn View Post
    your right but in my case i tried to change every rco files that can be change on my PSP GO....i have custom Gameboot,Custom wave,Custom icon,Custom click sound installed directly on the Flash0 of my psp GO.
    Its your decision in the end... If something goes wrong, you will be stuck with a costly paper weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamafreak View Post
    Its your decision in the end... If something goes wrong, you will be stuck with a costly paper weight.
    Not really the reason why i Customize almost all the Rco of my psp go is because its have a permanent CFW and as what i have read EVEN you change everything in flash of your psp as long as the recovery.prx of the CFW is still installed on your flash you can still access your recovery menu and unbrick your psp if you semibrick it...but if the recovery.prx of the CFW you are using has been deleted or replace that will be the reason you will get a paper weight psp.
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    Sounds good in theory.. But what if some important file get corrupted or deleted in flash0 and you cannot access the recovery menu for some reason. Like I said, its your decision in the end..

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    Quote Originally Posted by iamafreak View Post
    Sounds good in theory.. But what if some important file get corrupted or deleted in flash0 and you cannot access the recovery menu for some reason. Like I said, its your decision in the end..
    ok.....and thats the reason why i have 2 tutorials....one is to put the Custom Opening_plugin and gameboot.pmf on the flash and the other tut is to edit a ctf theme and put there the custom opening_plugin and gameboot.pmf.....(im always ready)
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    You could have just made those 2 tutorials together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by junKie View Post
    You could have just made those 2 tutorials together.
    the reason why i didnt make the 2 tutorials together is because our members will get annoyed or confused.
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