Hi everybody. I've been in this forum for a little while, but I hadn't passed by the PSP section. Honestly, I'm more into the PSP than into the PS2 (which honestly, there are certain things from it that I still don't know). That is why I'm going to give a small contribution to this forum. This is a package containing some files for you tu tune up your PSP. With this, you can change the waves that you look on the background of the PSP. Follow the following directions:
-Uncompress the package. You'll find two folders. The first one is screenshots. In this folder you will have the different thumbnails of the previews of each wave. The second folder, waves, contains the files that will go into your PSP. So choose the file you like the most from the screenshots folder.
-Boot into the recovery menu of your PSP by shutting it down. Then, turn it on and keep the R trigger pressed.
-Hook up the PSP into the PC USB port.
-Go to the Advanced option in the recovery menu and then choose toggle USB flash 0.
-On the PC, go to the VSH folder. Then, go to the RESOURCE folder. In that folder you'll find a file with this name system_plugin_bg.rco. COPY AND SAVE THIS FILE ON YOUR PC! Then, substitute that file using the other file you chose from the waves folder.
P.S: Before doing this you must first know that by substituting files from the VSH folder you are modifying the flash memory of your PSP, and I'm not responsible for any possible consequence you get on your console. Besides, when you do this, make sure you configure your PSP with a theme that sets up a dark background, so you will view the waves better. Besides, this doesn't work with the newest PSP 3000 or PSP-slim with a TA088v3 board, so DON'T TRY IT OR YOU'LL MESS UP ON IT!