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Details about Sony PSP Go (custom firmware) See original listing. Sony PSP Go (custom firmware) Condition: Used “ Good condition, some scratches on. PSP Go PlayStation Portable Go Pearl White PSP-N1000PW Body only Used Sony. CUSTOM FIRMWARE 32GB MEMORY 50 PSP GAMES. Sony PlayStation Portable PSP 3D fridge magnet/shelf display - Video Games PS3 Logo ReadyPlayerTwo $ 13.50. Sony PlayStation Portable Firmware 6.20 2010-04-02; Newer! Sony PlayStation Portable Firmware 6.00 2009-09-16; Newer! Sony PSP System Software 5.51 2009-06-25; Sony PlayStation Portable Firmware 3.70 2007-09-13; Sony PlayStation Portable Firmware 3.11 2007-03-07.It's been awhile since their last release, and following Sony's PS3 4.82 OFW update and the recent Spy CFW 4.82 Cobra 7.53 progress today developer @Alexanderss made available Ferrox PS3 Custom Firmware 4.82 Standard v1.0 with the details below.
Download: CEXFERROX482_100.PUP (195.4 MB)
PUP MD5: c504f8ad56a3fc4d27b1f9101b873554
To quote from @dodero4 who is also a Moderator at CyberModding.it on this release: PS3 Custom Firmware FERROX 4.82 Standard v1.0
Here we are, after the Sony release of OFW version 4.82, the CyberModding staff immediately started working. And after working with developers we have been able to release the new version of the Custom Firmware FERROX 4.82 Standard in no time. This is the first version of FERROX, and of course the others will follow!
The other usual versions of Developer Alexander are already in the pipeline, so follow us in these hours!
- Built on the base of OFW 4.82 SONY.
- PSN / SEN Enabled.
- Upgrade from any CFW (CEX).
- Possibility to upgrade from OFW 3.55.
- Downgrade from any CFW with QA Flags active.
- QA Flags are active if you have previously enabled.
- FEATURE - PS2 Games Compatibility.
- FEATURES - Compatibility with the latest version of ReactPSN.
- FEATURE - RSOD Screen Bypass for Console with RSOD.
- FEATURE - Key 4.82 to launch Games with Keys 4.82.
- FEATURE - App_home / PS3_GAME.
- FEATURE - Support XMB In-Game Screenshots.
- FEATURE - Remote Play Support.
- PATCH - LV1: Patch to remove the LV2 Protection.
- PATCH - LV1: Patch CoreOS Hash Check to Prevent Brick on Downgraded Non-Dehashed Consoles.
- PATCH - LV1: Peek & Poke.
- PATCH - LV2: Peek & Poke.
- PATCH - PS3 BT Remote Patch.
- PATCH - PS3 BluRay Disc Patch.
- PATCH - Disabled Epilepsy Message to Boot.
- PATCH - CINTAW Protection Disabled.
- Download the CFW to the bottom of the page. Rename the .PUP file exactly in: PS3UPDAT.PUP and compare the MD5 with what you find at the top of the page! You can use the md5sums Tool.
- Take a USB formatted in FAT32, and create a new folder named PS3, inside this creature another called UPDATE, and then insert the PS3UPDAT.PUP File, which would be the Custom Firmware.
- Insert the USB into the uppermost port on the PS3.
- Make sure to : Remove any disk from the PS3 player, Remove any Games Loaded with Any Manager, Disable the Internet Connection.
- Ok. You can choose to install CFW from XMB or Recovery.
- On XMB just go to the 'Settings' column, then 'System Update' and choose 'Through Storage Media'. Select CFW and start the process.
- To enter Recovery instead, turn off the Console. Press and hold the Power button until the console switches off again. Now turn on again by holding down the Power key until you hear 2 close beeps. Then release the Power button! From the Recovery menu now, select 'System Update' and follow the instructions.
- For a clean installation, you can install CFW 2 times. You can also go back to Recovery and choose Options to Rebuild the Database and Restore the File System. So you will have a cleaner and more secure installation.
- LizZo - CECH-2104A
- Dodero4 - CECH-2504A
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Do not find the Package Manager, or the Graphics Mod installer. If you prefer a more complete CFW, wait tomorrow!
Thank you devs, it always finds time to bring improvements to its CFW for the sake of the community.
About Custom Firmware
You can play games in the UMD drive, you can play games you bought from the store, but when it comes to trying to play games in an unconventional manner, you will hit a road block. If you try to play a backup copy of a game, activate a non-sony theme, or install an emulator you will find you can’t progress in some manner. That is where Custom Firmware steps in.
Custom Firmware (abbreviated CFW) relaxes restrictions put in place by Sony, and allows you to do much more than you could do before with your PSP. The common feature of all custom firmware available for the PSP is to relax the signing process for PSP applications, so that applications that developers that aren’t Sony approved can be installed.
Permanent vs Non-Permanent
All forms of CFW will mention whether or not they are permanent. A permanent CFW is when you turn off your PSP by holding the power switch or running out of battery, and you see the ‘Sony Computer Entertainment’ boot logo, the CFW remains installed. If the CFW is not permanent, when you restart it returns back to the original state.
There is normally a wider choice if you are okay to go down the non-permanent route, but if you intend to use the features of CFW every time you use your PSP, you will need to reinstall the CFW every time you start your PSP, which will become quickly tedious.
Owners of the PSP 1000 and old 2000 versions will find that a majority of the CFW choices out there are permanent. Sony fixed up some of the exploits used to make the CFW permanent in the remainder editions, but for these devices Infinity can be used to simulate permanent CFW.
So far, the PSP Street (E) is the only device not capable of custom firmware.
How to Install
Deciding on your Custom Firmware
All devices (but Street) are capable of custom firmware, but not all of them are as straightforward as the PSP 1000. You can use our wizard or the Hackinformer site to specify your PSP and discover which process will work for yours.
For more in depth step-by-step processes, we are writing up guides for each firmware with their pros and cons.
Copying to your PSP
From here on, this guide will focus on the editor choice PRO CFW. Your milage may vary, and the other recommendations are ME and Infinity
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Ensure you downloaded the correct version for your PSP. If you installed a 6.60 CFW on 6.61 OFW you could potentially brick your device. If you are unsure, feel free to ask. Carelessness causes (metaphorical) fire.
So you’ve now obtained an archive of the custom firmware you need for your PSP version. Extract this folder and you should see a folder named either PSP or GAME. If so, you need to copy this folder to your PSP.
Connect your PSP to your computer via USB, and go to USB Connection mode. Once it appears in your File Explorer (It’ll appear like a memory stick), open it up. You should see a folder named PSP (If your archive contained a folder named GAME, then open up the PSP folder). Extract your folder here as if you’re overwriting the folder, as your computer should only add the new files. Once done, you can now disconnect your PSP from your computer.
Open up your memory stick under the Game section. You should now see some new exciting options (examples from PRO-C)!
Now here’s the really difficult part. Prepare a brew and dig out the biggest pack of biscuits you’ve got, this is going to take a while. Open 661 PRO-C Fast Recovery (PRO), and wait for your PSP to reboot.
That’s it, now you’re running tethered custom firmware.
Is that really it?
Depends on what you want. What you’ve really done is rebooted your PSP into custom firmware mode. When you turn off or reboot your PSP it will go back to original firmware until you click fast recovery again. If you’re happy doing this (especially if you just keep your PSP in stand by), then you can stop here (PRO can delete all CFW files but Fast Recovery). However, in certain circumstances you can make this permanent. This varies between PSP models, chipsets and custom firmware support.
Making custom firmware permanent
This isn’t as nefarious as it sounds. Some custom firmwares (PRO for one) will allow you to make the cfw permanent if your PSP supports it. This doesn’t mean you’re stuck with it whether you like it or not. Instead of having to manually boot the PRO firmware, a utility will write it to a secret portion of the PSP that controls the start-up process. This means when your PSP boots up, it will run the cfw instantly instead of needing manual activation.
What are the benefits? If you use a large memory card that official firmware cannot detect, it will more likely be detected on boot by the custom firmware. You no longer need to open up fast recovery, or even keep any of the custom firmware utilities on your PSP. However, your PSP must be able to support this as certain models do not. The Hackinformer guide will inform you whether this process is compatible with your PSP.
If your device is capable as pointed out by the wizard, open up the CIPL Flasher utility that came with your custom firmware, and once a black screen with white text opens, press the button that corresponds with ‘install CIPL’. Once done, it will reboot your PSP. Now if you go to system > System Information on your PSP, it should now say you are running the custom firmware you desired. Even without opening the fast recovery utility!
If your device is not listed, you will need to install via Infinity. Please check out our Infinity guide instead for installation on semi-permanent capable devices.
How can I see whether my custom firmware is running?
All cfws like to modify the system information screen to show what custom firmware you’re running. Open System Settings and then System Information. If ‘System Software’ shows just a number and your full mac address is shown, then you are running official firmware. Custom firmware will add their moniker to this segment (e.g. 6.61 PRO-C2).
Should I hold back on updating my PSP?
No. Official firmware 6.61 has been cracked, and comes with internal system fixes. If you are running 6.60 then you can comfortably stay on that version, but other versions will benefit from a systems upgrade.
How do I remove/uninstall custom firmware?
Either do not run, or even delete the ‘fast recovery’ option and reboot your PSP. You should find the system software will not mention custom firmware in it, indicating that it is not running.
Is the process safe? Can I ‘brick’ my PSP?
While the procedure for most custom firmwares are tried and tested, yes it is possible to brick your PSP.
To avoid bricking your PSP, make sure you checked your console beforehand, as the following may cause a brick:
- Installing the wrong CFW for your version and device.
- Not uninstalling a permanent cfw prior to install (nowadays it should be fine, but still runs a risk with older firmware).
- Running out of battery/power during the install process.
- Shutting down the PSP during install or flashing (like Windows tells you not to shut down during an update).
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Once bricked, unless you have a first generation PSP your best bet is to purchase another one. First gen owners can make or purchase a Pandora battery, which will force the PSP into recovery mode and can then restore the damaged firmware.