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Mr.Techie456

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Recently I just loaded ChickHENR2 on my PSP-3000. Ever since I loaded it keeps restting to the official firmware every time I turn it off. So does anybody know how to prevent it from resetting every time I turn it off?

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Don't turn it off, just leave it it standby mode. It costs almost no power and it turns on faster.

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Ok thanks.

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I messed up my CFW by updating through the option in the dashboard, I thought they had made it so all CFW could be updated by that method.

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If you have a PSP with hackable motherboard, then you can downgrade its firmware with Pandora battery and install CFW again.

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ChickHEN is not a permanent CFW. It is a ram hack (changes the firmware loaded into ram). 99% of PSP-3000's are unhackable (no permanent custom firmware).





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