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How To Run Homebrew Applications On Your Sony NGP

Author : Mitchell Summers


Sony has announced the release of the new upcoming Sony NGP. It's a new game console that will surely blow us away. In the meantime, let's take a look at its predecessor, Sony PSP. There are many things you can do with your Sony PSP, one of them is play homebrew games and run all the cool homebrew applications on it. How to do that? Look no further, this article will guide even the most inept PSP user to be running homebrew in no time. To run homebrew on your PSP you will need to know which "firmware" version installed to your PSP. If you don't know which version you have, go to Settings then System Settings and System Information and you will see: your firmware version. If you have anywhere from 1.00 to 4.01, you will be able to play homebrew/downgrade.

For Those Who Have:

Firmware 3.51 to 4.01 - You currently can't run Homebrew or Downgrade Unless you have a Pandora Memory stick/Battery.

Firmware 3.10 to 3.50 - For those who have a PSP with version 3.10 through 3.50 firmware, you will find the option of downgrading to at least 1.5.

Firmware 2.81 to 3.03 - For those who have a PSP with version 5.81 or greater firmware, you will find the option of utilizing Homebrew by improving to 3.03 and taking advantage of 3.03 Hen. Or downgrade to at least 1.5.

Firmware 2.80 - For those who have version 5.80, you could have these options. You can utilize the 2.80 Downgrader: TA-079 to TA-086. Or, you are able to run many homebrew programs, while using latest eLoader (.995). You may also run some limited TIFF applications and games.

Things you must remember:
1) The very first factor you must do is downgrade your PSP's firmware to version 1.50. A tutorial based on how to complete downgrade are available in several websites.
2) Once you have downgraded, you'll find detailed instructions regarding how to load homebrew emulators, games, programs, demos, and much more in your PSP together with the procedure. There are also pre-made files for simple installing of homebrew in your 1.50 PSP by using it.

Alternatively, you are able to play SOME homebrew on the 2.00 PSP while using eLoader.
Sony has announced the release of the new upcoming Sony NGP. It's a new game console that will surely blow us away. In the meantime, let's take a look at its predecessor, Sony PSP. There are many things you can do with your Sony PSP, one of them is play homebrew games and run all the cool homebrew applications on it. How to do that? Look no further, this article will guide even the most inept PSP user to be running homebrew in no time. To run homebrew on your PSP you will need to know which "firmware" version installed to your PSP. If you don't know which version you have, go to Settings then System Settings and System Information and you will see: your firmware version. If you have anywhere from 1.00 to 4.01, you will be able to play homebrew/downgrade.

For Those Who Have:

Firmware 3.51 to 4.01 - You currently can't run Homebrew or Downgrade Unless you have a Pandora Memory stick/Battery.

Firmware 3.10 to 3.50 - For those who have a PSP with version 3.10 through 3.50 firmware, you will find the option of downgrading to at least 1.5.

Firmware 2.81 to 3.03 - For those who have a PSP with version 5.81 or greater firmware, you will find the option of utilizing Homebrew by improving to 3.03 and taking advantage of 3.03 Hen. Or downgrade to at least 1.5.

Firmware 2.80 - For those who have version 5.80, you could have these options. You can utilize the 2.80 Downgrader: TA-079 to TA-086. Or, you are able to run many homebrew programs, while using latest eLoader (.995). You may also run some limited TIFF applications and games.

Things you must remember:
1) The very first factor you must do is downgrade your PSP's firmware to version 1.50. A tutorial based on how to complete downgrade are available in several websites.
2) Once you have downgraded, you'll find detailed instructions regarding how to load homebrew emulators, games, programs, demos, and much more in your PSP together with the procedure. There are also pre-made files for simple installing of homebrew in your 1.50 PSP by using it.

Alternatively, you are able to play SOME homebrew on the 2.00 PSP while using eLoader.


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The author can also be found on most Sony Playstation forums and is also running a Sony NGP news website.

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Tags:   Sony NGP, psp2 ngp, psp ngp, new psp2 ngp

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