Updating psp from cfw to ofw history of radiocarbon dating
I plan to continue work on the vita and start some new, exciting projects. From here, install any CFW you wish and activate the permament patch in the Infinity Configuration app.
To keep up-to date, follow me on twitter: @Davee FTW. Here's a how to covering 6.60 plugins on 6.61, to quote: I’ve been asked this question a lot and in most cases it would be very difficult to have a generic solution to a problem like this.
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. 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.
Use the Infinity Configurator to update infinity and choose which custom firmware to boot into on start up. Bug fixes will be provided, but after 12 years of PSP, this is where it ends for me. After this your device will reboot and you'll be in Infinity!
The goal of this project was to bring the missing component of permanent CFW to the new PSP models and firmware.
In this regard, I somewhat failed; PSP E1000 is not supported by Infinity due to a lapse in my judgement.
You see, I did all my PSP work up until 6.31 where I setup “base”.
I was still working on the PSP when 6.60 was released, but porting my tools was laborious and I just stayed behind.
Later, this method was improved through Pandora and allowed the (then new) slim PSP to run custom firmware too.