DCEmu reports that Freeplay has released a video of the Pandora Unbricker/Downgrader. Every single PSP on all firmware versions is now downgradeable and every PSP thats been bricked, can be unbricked.
Now maybe a video with some speaking and explaining on what the F' is happening. I mean I have already read the readme file and understand, so a video should be MORE than I can get from the txt readme file. I am glad someone took the time to do the video, but on a one to 10, I would hit it at about a 1/10 Sorry if I sound like I am b!tching ... but I guess I was just excited to see a video on the process and expected a bit more than a poor lite, out of focus, one loop tune of a video. I mean this kid (while still not the best) did a MUCH BETTER JOB: http://video.google.com/vid... OR http://video.google.com/vid... If I ever NEED TO unbrick or downgrade, I will be sure to push up a FULL video from START TO FINISH
When I follow the steps to create the Magic Memory Stick" (from my spare 512MB) and a "JigKick Battery" (from my spare battery) to put aside if I am to ever need it for unbricking or downgrading, well ... once I follow the steps to create these, is my PSP now set back to 1.50 or will it still have my 3.40oe custom firmware on it ?? I don't want to downgrade my working find custom software weilding PSP. Here is the process as they explain it and am am curious to know since I don't want to have my PSP back at 1.50 and then upgrade it again. ============================= ======= INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ============================= ======= - Connect the PSP to the PC with the Memory Stick inside via the USB Connection. - Format the Memory Stick using any utility. - Use mspformat to format the Memory Stick logically. - Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection. - Connect the Memory Stick again via the USB connection of the PSP. - Manually create the PSP/GAME (optionally PSP/GAME150) folders on the Memory Stick. - Copy the "battery" and "installer" programs to the PSP/GAME (optionally PSP/GAME150) folder. - Copy the 1.50 official updater as UPDATE.PBP to the root of the Memory Stick. - Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection. - Run "installer" through the firmware on the PSP. This application will create the firmware files on the root of the Memory Stick, as well as msipl.bin. - Connect the Memory Stick again via the USB connection of the PSP. - Execute "msipl" application on the PC with the msipl.bin to write the IPL to memory stick. - Remove the Memory Stick and disable the USB connection. - Execute "battery" application on the PSP to modify the battery. - Congratulation, you are now in posession of a "Magic Memory Stick" and a "JigKick Battery".
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