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Instead of having to manually boot the PRO firmware, a utility will write it to a secret portion of the PSP that controls the start-up process.

This means when your PSP boots up, it will run the cfw instantly instead of needing manual activation. If you use a large memory card that official firmware cannot detect, it will more likely be detected on boot by the custom firmware.

You should find the system software will not mention custom firmware in it, indicating that it is not running.

While the procedure for most custom firmwares are tried and tested, yes it is possible to brick your PSP.

This varies between PSP models, chipsets and custom firmware support. Some custom firmwares (PRO for one) will allow you to make the cfw if your PSP supports it.

This doesn’t mean you’re stuck with it whether you like it or not.

Sony fixed up some of the exploits used to make the CFW permanent in the remainder editions, but for these devices Infinity can be used to simulate permanent CFW.

So far, the PSP Street (E) is the only device not capable of custom firmware.

Your milage may vary, and the other recommendations are ME and Infinity Ensure you downloaded the correct version for your PSP. So you’ve now obtained an archive of the custom firmware you need for your PSP version.

That’s it, now you’re running tethered custom firmware. What you’ve done is rebooted your PSP into custom firmware mode.

When you turn off or reboot your PSP it will go back to original firmware until you click fast recovery again.

You should see a folder named PSP (If your archive contained a folder named GAME, then open up the PSP folder).

Extract your folder here as if you’re overwriting the folder, as your computer should only add the new files.

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