Introducing the latest batch of ME and LME firmwares for 6.20, 6.39, and 6.60! Happy Monday, and welcome back to another One Dash Hackerr's Opinion!Need to get caught up on the previous week of Sony hacks? I'll break down some of the hottest leads of the past few days, and explain why they should matter to you. We've already posted a couple stories about the upcoming 6.20 LME permanent patch for PSP, and now it's finally here.
Due to this (and probably some other reasons as well), Sony has been trying to repress homebrew as much as possible.
Where these applications could initially be run on the 1.50 firmware PSPs, users who updated wouldn’t be so fortunate.
Their firmwares are nearly identical to the official ones, only better.
Installing a Custom Firmware on your PSP 1000 has never been so easy.
If you want to use homebrew software on your PSP, you can install custom firmware.
For those of you who are new to the concept of hacked PSPs, custom firmware might not sound so familiar. Homebrew is software developed by the user community.If you are interested in the “advanced” Pandora Battery method, please go check that guide, or the “Power users” section below.If, on the other hand, you want to follow the easy method (which for now I recommend), please keep reading.In this page I’m describing the easiest possible way for you to install the most reliable Custom Firmware on your PSP: Pro CFW.As a PSP 1000 owner, you can practically install everything you want on your device, and use other techniques such as the Pandora Battery to install a Custom Firmware.In conjunction with firmware 6.20, it will eventually launch automatically on almost any PSP!