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A Number of Questions
A Number of Questions –
I just have a few general questions regarding my PSP, Media Go, PSN, and CFW.
I'm currently running a permanent version of 6.20 CFW on my PSP-3001. I completely forgot how to check the generation of my PSP, which is important since certain applications are only compatible with specific models.
1) Can someone tell me how I'd be able to look that up? If it helps, I'm using the pearl white PSP that came bundled with "Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines."
My second question has to do with successfully running PSX games purchased off of PSN and using Media Go. I used to use POPStation and create EBOOTs for every PSX game I owned. However, I found that the compatibility and quality of the EBOOTs I made were sometimes glitchy, and I experienced a lot of problems such as freezing and graphical errors. Since the release of most of those titles on PSN, I decided that it'd be in my best interest to purchase them directly off of Sony since THESE EBOOTs were of official quality with the least likelihood of any major errors. It used to work where I would simply transfer the PSX games I purchased on my PS3 to my PSP, but then the newer games stopped working since they required that my PSP be authenticated by running OWF. Additionally, transferring games in this way did not provide me with "keys bin" file. Once I was able to access PSN with my PSP, I tried downloading each of my previously purchased titles off of my queue, but I would always receive some sort of error message upon doing so and, though they successfully downloaded on to my MS, I would get yet another error message that prevented them from playing at all. It was then that I heard of Media Go and how one is able to transfer purchases using it. The program worked great up until yesterday. I was able to transfer all of my purchases over without having to update my PSP's FW. Now it seems as though with the release of Media Go 2.0, it requires that my PSP update before any transfers can be made.
2) What gives with this? Is it possible to trick Media Go into thinking that I'm running 6.60 OFW instead of 6.20 CFW? I tried to edit and save the "version txt" file, and even though I unchecked the "Read-Only" box within the file's properties, it would not let me save my changes as the file is "write protected." Is there a better, more efficent way to transfer my PSN purchases WITHOUT having to update my PSP's FW?
3) What are some of the main reasons for updating to 6.60 PRO? As stated above, I'm currently running a permanent version of 6.20 CFW on my PSP 3001. I had used 6.35 LCFW in the past, but I hated using it for the fact that my PSP would occasionally shut down unexpectedly in the middle of a game I'd be playing. I understand that it's currently not possible to install a permanent version of 6.60 CFW on my particular PSP, but would upgrading to 6.60 LCFW address question #2 in the event that editing the "version txt" does not work?
Thank you to all who take the time to read this and answer any of my questions.
can find g by going to system settings system information
maybe you can get media go to work by using fake version txt
go to recovery menu configuration go to use version.txt in /seplugins turn this on
put this attachment in seplugins it is version 6.60 fake version txt
reboot to make changes then try again with media go hope this works for you
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