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I accidentally installed the update of my psp-2000 to latest version,now i can't play my games to my psp,what should i do to downgrade

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You will need a Pandora Battery in order to downgrade the PSP. You can make them yourself, but I recommend against it, as I have tried this method and have been left without a working battery because of it. These links will help. You can buy a Pandora Battery at the second link.

http://www.wikihow.com/Downgrade-a-PSP

http://www.psppandorabattery.com/

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PSP Custom Firmware 6.35 PRO-B4 has been release by Virtousflame (a.k.a...


PSP Custom Firmware 6.35 PRO-B4 has been release by Virtousflame (a.k.a liquidzigong) and coldbird. The latest release includes a few bugs fixes for better stability and compatibility for all model PSP System (PSP 1000, 2000, 3000 and PSP GO - N-Series)
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This CFw has works on Sony firmware (OFw) 6.35 to lets users play backup UMD's - ISO games, so if you're already on OFw 6.35, you can either use this, If it doesn't, you will need to update your PSP firmware to 6.35.

Required :
  • PSP-300x or PSP-200x TA-088v3 or PSP GO has Sony Firmware '6.35' installed. other firmware is not supported. If you don't have PSP 6.35 installed, you need to update it.
  • Version check: On the PSP Menu (also known as XMB= Xross Media Bar), and goto 'Settings Menu' >> 'System Settings' >> 'System Information' and you should see firmware version of your PSP.
  • An Memory Stick at least 32mb for OFw update & CFw 6.35PRO-B4, ( Internal storage for PSP GO ).
**Download:
*CFw 6.35PRO-B.
*CFw 6.35PRO-B4.

--Depends of your PSP.--
*OFw PSP 6.35 (for PSP 100x, 200x, 300x).
*OFw PSP-GO 6.35 (for PSP Go - N-Series).

Installation Instructions :
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This software is free, and comes with no warranty, it has been tested and it has work, however I am not responsible for any bricked, so please try this at your own risk!. If you're afraid of risk of brick, don't try to downgrade. Read more...

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I accidentally upgrde my psp, all the game inside memory all gone, how to downgrade it back


Depending on the PSP Model 1000-2000 you can downgrade your PSP using Custom firmware by forming a MMS using RainsUltralite and a Pandora's battery. Custom firmware equivalent to the official firmware can be determined by the games played. Most recent games require updated firmware. This site should help you with all the software necessary to downgrade or modify your PSP. http://pspslimhacks.com/rains-ultralite-mms-maker-for-500-m33-4/

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I just upgraded my PSP Slim from 3.51 to 6.31. Now I cannot play my old games. In my country, there is still no game available for this version. I don't want to buy the expensive original game. What should...


Unfortunately there's still no way to downgrade your latest firmware to a lower version and will be stuck with the latest version for quite sometime. You just have to wait. The only option is to buy original games or buy another psp with a custom firmware or the psp the uses the chick hen mode.

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I upgrade my psp in version 5.01, now i cant play my games


HELLO! There's no need to downgrade ur PSP. If u have upgraded ur PSP from the official site and a official firmware has been installed on to ur PSP, it won't execute games(ISO,CSO) from ur memory stick. It will only run games from the UMD. If u want to run ur games from a memory stick u have to install a CUSTOM FIRMWARE. Try www.psp-hacks.com these guys have many softwares on their site. Dont worry its not that hard to put a Custom firmware onto ur PSP. 

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Games,Update, Version 5.02


The firmware/software 5.02 is official sony firmware, its can't load/play your iso game from your MS.. to load iso, You'll need install custom firmware on your psp, the latest cfw update is 5.00m33-3, You can find it by googling or see at my blog here!. how to create pandora - magic stick.

To change your psp from official firmware you'll need pandora - magic stick (latest update DC7 - 4.01m33)for downgrading and install cfw,because since high kernel released, cfwcan be installing from 1.50 OF fat(old model) psp.. and 3.60 for slimpsp as startingpoint.

When you have 4.01M33 you can update to the latest CFw 5.00M33-3.

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I think the best solution is to downgrade your PSP system software to the original version and check if your games load. What might have happened is that the firmware software that was on the PSP was downgraded to play copied games, and now you've changed the firmware to a newer version and that is why your games won't load. You might hac=ve to get your PSP downgraded again to play the games from your memory card.

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What happened was that when you downgraded your PSP to -play game from your memory stick, that version was loaded onto your PSP for a reason. What you did now is install the latest firmware and that disabled you from playing games from your memory stick. You might have to get your PSP downgraded again with the older firmware version.

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It's impossible to downgrade your PSP from it's current version. I'm not quite sure why you'd want to downgrade, but maybe you should upgrade (If a version is available) again and see if you like that version better. ^-^

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