Psp updating modified memory
You no longer need to open up fast recovery, or even keep any of the custom firmware utilities on your PSP.
However, your PSP must be able to support this as certain models do not.
2009-03-14 2009-05-21 To run GNU Free Dink on PSP, you need to disable the "tivoization" that restrict you from running your programs on your hardware.
This means that your computer doesn't let you run the applications you want.
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.
If you’re happy doing this (especially if you just keep your PSP in stand by), then you can stop here (PRO can delete all CFW files but Fast Recovery).
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.
Once done, you can now disconnect your PSP from your computer. You should now see some new exciting options (examples from PRO-C)! Prepare a brew and dig out the biggest pack of biscuits you’ve got, this is going to take a while.
Open 661 PRO-C Fast Recovery (PRO), and wait for your PSP to reboot.