Thread: PSP-1001 powers off upon switching on WLAN

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  1. #1 PSP-1001 powers off upon switching on WLAN 
    Junior Member Zeldaplayer's Avatar
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    Hello everyone,

    I have a PSP-1001 running 5.00 M33-6 CFW, and when I attempt to power it on with the WLAN switch on, it will turn off after a few seconds. Likewise, if I turn on the WLAN switch once the system has booted normally, it will power off. Does anybody know a fix for this problem? I would quite like to be able to use Wi-Fi on my PSP.


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    PSP Elite Hacker El Guapo's Avatar
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    What kind of PSP are we talking about?, 1000, 2000 or 3000?
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    Junior Member Zeldaplayer's Avatar
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    Thanks for the reply,

    It's a PSP-1000, the original fat model, but the problem ceased once I upgraded to 5.00 M33-6. Although, does anybody know of a good 6.xx CFW that supports the 1.50 kernel applications? I miss my PS3 remote play...


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    Zeldaplayer, I think I can help now after my 4hs journey to fix my PSP 1001 yesterday. The amswer is: Update to the latest version 6.60. Remote Play worked properly in mine.
    Error While Using HELLCAT's CFW Recovery Flasher
    I hope it helps.
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