Updating psp m33 firmware
Sorry to disappoint): Skip this step if you already have Firmware 6.60 installed on your PSP.In order to install Pro CFW on your PSP, you will need to first update your PSP to the 6.60 Sony firmware (which, at the time of this writing, is the latest firmware released by Sony), if that’s not already the case.If, on the other hand, you want to follow the easy method (which for now I recommend), please keep reading.Installing Pro CFW on your PSP2000 is simple, free, and is not much risky than installing a Firmware update on your device.Their firmwares are nearly identical to the official ones, only better.They have all the same functions, but have added functionality and the ability to run homebrew.That being said, since you’re running on a PSP 2000, you have a possibility to install the CFW permanently, assuming that your motherboard is hackable.This is done by running the tool from the Pro CFW (included in the archive).
It is important to note that this is needed only if you reboot the console, not if you put it into sleep mode.Assuming you extracted the files correctly, you will see a few new applications in your PSP’s Game menu. You can erase the “Pro Update” folder from your PSP, but keep the “Fast Recovery” one.The one you will want to run in order to install Pro CFW is “Pro Update”. That’s it, I said 3 steps 🙂 Welcome to the world of Custom Firmwares.I won’t dig into the details for that (just run the tool will do the trick), just know that I personally think this is a feature you won’t need (and there is an additional risk of bricking your PSP) unless you use your PSP for dev purposes.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.