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  1. #1 Upgrading to a newer psp with the same CFW? 
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    Hey, so I have a PSP-1004, with CFW. Id love to tell you what version, but my PSP is bricked (green light turns on for 1 second then goes off)

    Anyway, ive had my PSP for about 9 years, so thru wear and tear it has a tonne of hardware issues (cant connect to wifi, read UMD's and now a battery issue)

    So - ive decided to invest in a new PSP. My question is, which model PSP can I buy, where I can just plug my memory card in and install CFW and be in the same position I was in with my old PSP? If i get a PSP-Go do i have to do any extra modding? Or am I safest just buying an new psp 1000 again?

    Thanks! Jack
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    If you can find a 1000 or early 2000, that would be best but any PSP can have some version of CFW installed
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    Get a 3000. Best screen, most features. All PSPs are hackable.
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