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PSP VER 6. 60 CRACK 4. 25 The PSP Custom Firmware 6. 60-Pro-C2 will work on all PSP models. After the release of PSP 6.61 (L)ME-2.3 here is some more CFW action for PSP users. Another question, the PSP I have has custom firmware on it which I want to get rid of so I can put official firmware on. Does anyone know how to do this?
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About to do a system for someone but I've been out of the PSP loop for so long, I see there's a new(to me) firmware of 6.61, but there's CFW for it. I just need to know. From homebrew devs Coldbird, Virtuous Flame (aka Liquidzigong) and the rest of Team Pro comes the long awaited update of their Pro custom firmware for the PlayStation Portable. Do the following - Bring up the VSH menu on your PSP and switch the "USB device" option to Flash0.
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Basically, when I started this it looked pretty straightforward, and actually fairly easy due to the age of the system. I've been trying to follow the 6.60 Pro-C2 guide found here (https://hackinformer.com/PlayStationGuide/PSP/RESULT_PSP1000_OFW.html). For future reference, I'm on Windows 10 Pro x64 and this is a pretty damn pristine PSP 1001. Did have to buy a new battery for it though, as you can imagine.
I connected my PSP to the PC by USB initially. It installed its drivers & I was able to download & copy over the first step, the official 6.60 firmware package, to it. I guess I could do 6.61, but I did 6.60 as more homebrew stuff seems to be written for it. This went fine.
After installing this firmware package, I'm at 6.60 on the PSP, but since the update this device will no longer connect via USB to the PC. It did it initially, with no issue, but now all of a sudden the PC doesn't detect it whatsoever. I don't get a chime sound when I'm plugging it into the PC to indicate that it picks up ANY USB connection at all, no changes occur under Device Manager or Disk Management, and it's driving me nuts! Did this thing short out??
Things I've tried:
-Multiple mini USB cables. I've tried 3 different cables, obviously including the initial one that worked fine before (from a PS3 controller). Even bought the last one brand new and it's the split one where one side is the USB mini connector and the other is the AC power connector. The PSP charges from this cable but no data connection is registered to the PC.
-Re-installing all of the USB/USB hub drivers for my motherboard.
-Located the installed driver (in Device Manager it shows up under Disk Drives as Sony PSP USB Device) & I've tried uninstalling it/reinstalling it by removing it & then connecting the device and/or running the Action > Scan for Hardware Changes menu option. No dice on that. Had to do a System Restore to get the driver back on there! After this tried to update the driver to the PSP USB Type B driver. No matter what way I went about this, it ended in failure as it's not a 64-bit driver, and those that I found claiming to be 64-bit weren't in the end. I never did locate any PSP USB Type A driver yet.... but I guess it exists somewhere? Either way they're old drivers so I guess that one probably isn't 64-bit either. And yes, I have also...
-turned off driver verification in Windows to see if that helped me get it installed. NOPE!
-I had bought a 128gb microSD + the Pro Duo adapter for this hack (expecting this to be no big deal), so I formatted this on the PSP, moved it to a card reader on a PC, and copied the CFW installer package to the card. This was with the hope of getting it onto the PSP & running it there from the memory card. Unfortunately everything copies fine on the PC, but when I move it back to the PSP it shows up there as corrupted data, so I don't even get the chance to try running it from there! I see the individual files, but they show as corrupted....soooo can't do that either. I've also tried this with another microSD (16GB).
Also, I've tried this PSP to PC USB connection on three different PCs, to no avail. With there being no indication of a computer even noticing any connection, I'm at the point of suspecting this storied USB fuse in the PSP. This led me to disassembling the PSP to check that out. While there's not much guidance that I've found regarding testing the USB fuse and stuff (there seems to be more on the power fuse), I'm reading that you can bridge this fuse with some solder? Is that legit? Strangely, with a multimeter, I do show some continuity....so I don't know what the hell is/may be wrong with it, but I'm at the point of heading towards the soldering. I damn sure wouldn't mind more detailed guidance on that though!
Do any of you guys have any other additional thoughts/guidance on any of this? Anything else to try? I've covered the bases, as best as I can tell.....and I guess this would be my last shot with the solder, but I'm at a loss as to why this USB connection just suddenly fails. The PSP is in great, like-new condition, and it worked on the first connection....so basically WTF?
Thanks for any help or advice!