If you have not completely read the first part, please do so before continuing on.
In this part of the guide, we’re going to get all of our files together and prepare the Wii for a proper softmod.
Custom firmware for PSP is really easy to do, however the setup process is forked by what version of PSP you have. E100X – Economy ‘Street’ PSP model, with a mono speaker and matte case design. The setup process is mostly the same, but custom firmware releases are model specific when it comes to download, and some of the newer models do not support permanent CFW, which can help to avoid bricking your PSP.
Before following the guide, ensure you know which model you have. For more in depth step-by-step processes, we are writing up guides for each firmware with their pros and cons.
However, in certain circumstances you can make this permanent.
If you’re happy doing this (especially if you just keep your PSP in stand by), then you can stop here (PRO can delete all CFW files but Fast Recovery).Once it appears in your File Explorer (It’ll appear like a memory stick), open it up.