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It says thE game is corrupted on both my fat and slim psp plz help
my ps3 3.41 not brick i have upgrade to 3.55 and downgrade using a ps3key back to 3.30 but with this ps3jig I've got the program to work on my psp go and that's about it
Tried it it said, the game could not be started (80020148), I tried it on psp 2001 and psp 1001
Originally Posted by Lynn Lawson
To be perfectly honest with anyone here, it isn't going to load unless you run some type of exploit or have CFW on your PSP.
I've yet to see a PSP game or app work without CFW or exploit of some kind running first.
While it's great something like this was developed (though I personally have no clue what use it has) the lack of instructions on running this and what's necessary to run it is setting people up for failure, especially those that don't know what they're doing.
The spill about "has to be able to run kernels, so anything ver 6.xx and below as well as the custom firmware I'm running" is what should work? Waste your time if you want, but personally, I don't think this is something that should remotely be on the front page because it's poorly done and can be misleading!
i have no freakin idea how this is goin to help me....and i dnt need it AT ALL...but hey...atleast people are not sitting at home and masturbating....so thnx dev!
Maybe you should read the page more closely.
Originally Posted by CrimsonSoul
The "use it has" is for people that don't have a phone, calculator, dongle, etc. and only have a PSP and want to downgrade their PS3 from 3.55 to something earlier (3.41, 3.15, etc.), or they have a non-working PS3 from a bad downgrade/upgrade (the purpose of lv2diag.self).
The "lack of instructions" is more like a lack of repeating the same thing over and over on every PSP homebrew site or any downgrade tutorial.
As I said, since I'm not a major PSP developer and haven't been coding for it since the beginning, I don't have a history of all the various hardware and firmware revisions and what it takes to run what on what. I downloaded PSPSDK, did a little reading, and put together a program. I know what works on my own PSP and what's clearly stated elsewhere. I didn't say you needed the firmware version I use, I said it works on mine and your mileage may vary.
I'm sorry you're disappointed I don't know everything and didn't spell it all out for you, and I'm sorry you don't find it useful, but...oh well.
So what has you "knowing what works on your PSP" have to do with anything, my dear? Do you imply, that this thing actually works somewhere? Oh, cool. And how did you change USB device address, o shameless liar?
Originally Posted by brandonw
What's with the hate? I know it works on my PSP because...I ran it and it put my PS3 in factory/service mode. And others have reported it works for them as well.
Originally Posted by medi01
Clearly you have no idea how this works. Changing the USB device address is only necessary to pretend to be a 6-port hub, which is what the PSJAILBREAK EXPLOIT does, not what the factory/service mode jig does. The Sony jig stick is just a USB device (product ID 0x02EB) that receives a 64-byte challenge and responds with a 64-byte response.
Look at the source to PSGrade or anything else for proof of that.
brandonw thank you for this. Have not tried it yet but i am sure it will work.
I have a 60gb brick due to wainkoko ver 1 CFW. Would it be possible to enter service mode using this method? Or is my brick a real brick now?
Sorry I would try and post my findings but currently at work for the next 6 hours :-( so will try when I get home.
But if i could find the answer now it would make my drive home worthwhile ;-)
Thanks in advance!
No, it won't help that brick. It only helps bricks where lv2 can still run and check for the jig and presence of lv2diag.self on a USB drive -- that type of "brick" is common when trying to downgrade.
Originally Posted by raf_shc