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  1. #1 PSP 1003 with 3.95 FW to CFW ? 
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    Hello,

    Is it possible to downgrade/hack PSP model 1003 with 3.95 FW to a custom firmware without pandora battery ?

    I found this video on youtube and the guy explains how to do it and wanted to check with you guys if I should follow his steps for that (Before I start messing around...unless there is a better way of doing it)
    Link to vid: How to hack your PSP WITHOUT A PANDORA BATTERY (HD) Easiest tutorial on youtube! - YouTube

    Thanks!

    Milo
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    Super Moderator PSP Elite Hacker faustnero's Avatar
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    you just need to upgrade your firmware version and install a cfw.
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    Any chance to point me in the right topic direction to get me started ? please...
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    Follow these steps to get cfw 660PRO-B10 on your psp.

    1) First update to 6.60 ofw using your psp.
    2) Unzip the proupdate, fastrecovery, and cipl flasher folders to the game folder (ms0:\PSP\GAME).
    3) Run Proupdate then Cipl flasher.

    Download 660PRO-B10.zip from Sendspace.com - send big files the easy way
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    Quote Originally Posted by REY7 View Post
    Follow these steps to get cfw 660PRO-B10 on your psp.

    1) First update to 6.60 ofw using your psp.
    2) Unzip the proupdate, fastrecovery, and cipl flasher folders to the game folder (ms0:\PSP\GAME).
    3) Run Proupdate then Cipl flasher.

    Download 660PRO-B10.zip from Sendspace.com - send big files the easy way
    i doubt that this would work right away. if any case it didn't, get hellcat's recovery flasher here FaustNero, download and extract. Put the "recovery" folder in file dir ms0:/PSP/GAME then run it on your psp. select target ofw to 5.00 then run the flasher. from then, you can continue on.
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    I got it working the first time. Everything works fine. Thank you very much guys
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    anytime, just post something up and we'll try to help.
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    When I have ps1 games... I use PSX2PSP converter but it doesnt work at all when converting them. Am I doing something wrong? Is there any other software I can use to convert ISO files so it works on the 6.60 Pro b10 ?
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    worked first time on 1003... using the official update first, the latest cfw 660PRO downloaded from (single file had all i needed)
    very fast, got sonic working using megadrive emu
    all done in about 5 minutes
    nice work all

    one question what does fastrecovery do? didnt need it during install and havent needed it after resets and powerdowns!
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