July 15th, 2006, 14:35 Posted By: shadowprophet
Umm hi. this not some joke, This is the proof of custom Firmware concept By Dark Alex. Theres so much to be said about this, That ill let the readme tell you, However, Know that You risk Bricking your psp If you try this, There have been many success stories with this tho,
Some features that this can do are.
Execute normal pbp's (1.00 ones, no-kxploit)
meaning you wont need to have 2 folders in your PSP/GAME folder to make homebrew run.
hide corrupt icons. (it's not enabled, look at the file /PSP/SYSTEM/config.txt to see how to enable this feature)
So, even if you still have the two folder homebrew setup. you can still hide the corrupted icons.
skip the gameboot logo at startup.
Very useful feature
Recovery mode:". Hold R while starting your psp, will boot Recovery mode.
Recovery mode is not more than a simple application that will let you to use the usb, and execute a program under ms0:/PSP/GAME/UPDATE/EBOOT.PBP, that could be, for example, a sony updater or the 1.50 -> 1.00 downgrader
This allows you to recover potential bricks caused by the writing of bad fonts /videos/sounds... to flash.
( This wont let you recover critical things like overwriting prx file in flash)
With this, you may have a chance to unbrick your PSP, if the brick was caused by writing bad fonts/videos/sounds the flash. (Again this wont allow you to recover things like overwriting The prx files)
Autoexecution of a program at the startup. See the configuration file at /PSP/SYSTEM/config.txt to see how to use it.
To install this Just unzip and copy the psp folder on to your memstick, And click yes on any overwrite warnings.
access the file "config.txt" in PSP/SYSTEM with notepad , to do any changes that need be with this mod later.
This is a pretty user friendly program so other then these things you will know what to do once you get there
Again, All I have to say is, Try this at your very own risk, Know that you do run a risk of bricking your psp by trying this!!
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