Updating psp m33 firmware

04-Apr-2017 05:04

Then after a few minutes (you might just see a black screen again) the upgrade will be completed, and you will have to press the X key again to shutdown your PSP.Now you have the 3.52 firmware, but you still have to apply the M33-4 patch.Next disconnect the PSP from the computer, and look into your application tab in the XMB menu.The application you want to launch is the “M33 Creator”.However, they are fairly simple steps that don’t require much technical know-how.Note that there are three ways to update the firmware on a PSP: using a computer, via network update, and updating using an UMD. Step 1: First, download the latest PSP firmware from the PSP System Software site.Note that all of the folder names need to be capitalized or else it will not work.

If you only see a black screen for a long time, don’t do anything.

In a few seconds a message will tell you that your PSP has been patched successfully, and pressing X will turn off the PSP.

Finally you have upgraded your PSP to the latest and greatest custom firmware.

Step 2: Once you download the update to your computer, you need to copy it to Memory Stick Duo media.

You can either plug the Memory Stick Duo card into your PSP and then connect the PSP to your computer, or if you can copy it to the memory stick some other way, that’s fine also.

If you only see a black screen for a long time, don’t do anything.

In a few seconds a message will tell you that your PSP has been patched successfully, and pressing X will turn off the PSP.

Finally you have upgraded your PSP to the latest and greatest custom firmware.

Step 2: Once you download the update to your computer, you need to copy it to Memory Stick Duo media.

You can either plug the Memory Stick Duo card into your PSP and then connect the PSP to your computer, or if you can copy it to the memory stick some other way, that’s fine also.

This file will only patch an existing M33 3.52 firmware PSP with the new version.