So I'm new to the psp dev tool but not dev kits as a hole and I wanted to update the FW on my kit. Turns out that I accidentally factory reset it allll the way back to fw 1.00 and there doesn't seem to be that much public documentation out there on the psp dev tool so lets make some.
Also as is...
I was wondering why some games like the tomb raiders on the psp have no depth buffer, was this some kind of hardware constraint like the n64, or is this just stupidity on the developers side? feel free to let me know why.
So, I was able to get the PSP Testing Tool (DTP-H1500) to boot into service mode (not in the "official" Sony way). :p Long post warning?
The typical service mode/Pandora's battery works by putting in a PSP battery which contains the EEPROM serial 0xFFFFFFFF which the SYSCON reads...
I've been looking for iso dumps of the PSP demo discs which were used in stores like Best Buy and Gamestop.
The ones I'm looking for are as follows:
PSP System Kiosk Disc #2 unknown serial, Japan only?
PSP System Kiosk Disc #5 unknown serial, Japan only?
PSP System Kiosk Disc #6...
(Picture links are broken) Just go to my youtube to see the mod in action. Thanks
I was supposed to make this guide like years ago but im lazy so yea..
Im not engineer just a guy that's handy with some tools so do this at your own risk.
(Ill add pictures as soon as i have free time to open...
Update: the script works again and you no longer need to grab the key up front.
A comment was made about dumping the psp dlc on cdromance (https://cdromance.com/sony-psp-dlc-list-psp-downloadable-content/ )
i've written a small scraper to pull them all down, you can find the code on my github...
I wanted to know if there was any technical bits on how POPS works on PSP? Like how the EBOOT is being read (DATA.PSP + DATA.PSAR), not sure if there's any PSAR dumpers that support those kind of images? :cool:
(This isn't for piracy, just out of curiosity on how it works all together)...
Hello, today i want to show you how to acces the debug levels in WALL-E the game on the Playstation Portable and shall give each level a small explanation
(I highly recommend playing this on PPssPP as the PSP game isn't.. famous for its stability)
(please grab a save online for this game...