If you don’t have any networks to select, you will need to setup a connection first. Neither does changing the ISO read mode. This is required to install the custom firmware. Thanks, very clear and easy to follow instructions. By continuing to use our site, you agree to our cookie policy. You can download the PSP firmware from the system updates page.

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Everything has been working great until about twenty minutes ago where I got the “The Game could not be Started.

It took me days and than still it wasn’t clear but i am a total noob for psp i even had to do research on the abrev XMB: At least, it’s gonna keep me busy until the 3DS gets a decent library as well. I can’t see the update on the game memory stick there’s no update?

All of the SFX and cutscene audio plays as it should, but eboot.pbp 6.60 music is flat out gone. The PSP will begin the installation process. This eboot.pbp 6.60 required to install the custom firmware. Yes you can delete eboot.pbp 6.60 if you could make the custom firmware permanent, if not you only need to keep the Fast Recovery files. If you have a network connection, you can update directly from the PSP itself. This can be found at the top of the Settings menu. If you can permanently flash custom firmware read on, if not go to 5.


NicxJan 6, Not Helpful 0 Helpful 2.

Log in or Sign up. If you ever power your PSP off simply run this application again to enable custom firmware. A Custom Firmware eboot.pbp 6.60 Firmware 6. I don’t know what the newest PSP ship with, but as you bought it new from amazon, the chances that you have a 9g one are very high.

The last firmware included on a UMD was 6.

Update PSP to 6.60 And install PRO-CFW

Follow one of eboot.pbp 6.60 methods above to do so. InsaneNutterJan 6, You can now power your PSP off and still have custom firmware when you power it on again, that’s is your PSP is permanently hacked. If the firmware is permanently installed it means your PSP will boot directly in eboot.pbp 6.60 the custom firmware when powered on, if not it means you will have to enable ebiot.pbp again by launching a simple app.

InsaneNutterDec 4, If you don’t have any networks to select, you will need to setup a connection first. When custom firmware is on your PSP you can use emulators, homebrew applications and even backup your games to the memory stick.


InsaneNutterSep 2, Hack every PSP up to Firmware 6.

Update the firmware of your PSP

Select your update file. They are much easier to install and games that needed patches to work on old Custom Firmwares, work without problems now. Or it doesnt start? Dec 6, Messages: Eboot.pbp 6.60 the prompts to install the custom firmware.

Insert the memory card back in the PSP if necessary. Try using the SonyNPwhatever driver. Jan 6, Messages: Did you try it? Maybe you have a plugin that is configured to auto start an application?