To install the 6.60 Firmware, just unzip the archive on your PSP’s memory stick, in the “PSP” folder (you should end up with an “UPDATE” folder in the PSP folder, if you do things correctly), then run the update from your PSP menu. Ask for help on our forums The Pro CFW archive provides several subfolders in the “PSP/GAME” folder.Two of them are interesting for us: the Fast Recovery and the PROUPDATE folders.
However, every time you reboot your console, you will have to reactivate Pro CFW, which is done by running the Fast Recovery tool from your PSP’s Game menu, and takes literally 5 seconds.
In this section you will find additional tricks/steps if you want to improve or customize your experience with a Custom Firmware on your PSP 1000Some people think that it is a burden to reactivate the CFW every time they reboot their console.
Introduction: I'll be posting some files and guides on how to mod PS2 and PSP NCAA series over time in this thread. This will generate a that's not encrypted for editing. Attach PSP to computer and pull out the roster file from your /PSP/SAVEPLAIN folder. BIN file from the PSP saveplain folder you just pulled. For each item, load it, then IMPORT the PS2 extracted csv file that corresponds to it. Now you can plug the psp back into your computer, and replace the saveplain folder with the modified one you just worked on and start NCAA 10 with a new database!
My idea of guides will include: 1) Opening rosters and making small changes 2) Porting PS2 Madden DB Editor v3 Excel or another spreadsheet editor PSP Info: The deemerh plugin creates the SAVEPLAIN folder and within the folder, an unencrypted copy of your save. If you want to share the file later, you need to enable the flag again and save. Again, this may take a few minutes for the players one. On many of the PS2 NCAA (and assuming Madden) titles, you can just take the BASLUSXXXXXX save file for a roster, and rename it to another NCAA version and it should port over without any issues.
In order to install Pro CFW on your PSP, you will need to first update your PSP to the 6.60 Sony firmware (which, at the time of this writing, is the latest firmware released by Sony), if that’s not already the case.