To see what you have, go to "Settings» System Settings» System Information". This is basic common sense, but I figured I'd mention it anyway.**Usually you'll have to unzip the folder you've downloaded. When you're done with that, find the folder with "UPDATE" in the name. To make sure you have the right one, there should only be one file in the folder named "EBOOT. There’s basically 3 easy steps (you were expecting more?Sorry to disappoint): Skip this step if you already have Firmware 6.60 installed on your PSP.or you’re simply looking for a quick and easy guide to get the best solution for your PSP? This guide is an all-in-one guide to installing the appropriate Custom Firmware on your console, just follow my lead.Installing a Custom Firmware on your PSP 1000 has never been so easy.Here are few tips to get it working: Memory Stick and load Hellcat’s Recovery Flasher. Then you will be asked if you want to reset your settings. Then it will start install Custom Firmware on your PSP.When it loads, choose I agree to the notice informing you that the program touches internal flash. When all done, press the X button and turn ON your PSP manually.
The root is “not inside any folder” and copy the ISO files you download inside of that folder.In this guide i’ll teach you to install pro cfw on your PSP.This guide works for all PSP even if you never hacked the console or you have a very outdated one so just follow this steps and you’ll end up a very solid CFW that can play every new game released, PSN games, homebrew, emulators, themes and all you need for you PSP.Every time you turn off your console (by holding the switch like 10 seconds) you will have to run the Fast Recovery utility to activate the CFW again.But If you have a PSP 1000/2000 it’s possible to make the CFW permanent using CIPL_Flasher, if your model is not supported it will tell you so.