PRO-B9 For PSP version 6.20,6.35,6.39,6.60 (Hack) ~ Hackinthus

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

PRO-B9 For PSP version 6.20,6.35,6.39,6.60 (Hack)

By Harsh Vardhan (Facebook) (Twitter) 

This is only for the below mentioned firmware version only.
6.20, 6.35, 6.39, 6.60 then just download the PRO-B9.rar and proceed to be Installing the CFW section.
Click on the above links to download as per your requirement.
If your PSP's firmware version doesn't match any of these then you have to update to the 6.60 version. And then go for 6.60 CFW( 6.60 PRO-B9)
To update your PSP, download the Eboot.pbp from the Playstation's Official Site (See links) file from the link below and click one the desired update firmware version folder there after opening the file.
of Restart you PSP, start the Update. Now, proceed to Installing the CFW.
Pro Update Loading
Pro Update Loading
Installing the CFW
Installing the CFW
6.20 Permanent patch
6.20 Permanent patch
6.20 Permanent patch
6.20 Permanent patch

Installing the CFW

Now, inside the PRO-B9, you'll be seeing 4 folders with named on firmware versions. Now, extract the corresponding folder into your desktop. Connect you PSP with USB wire or plug the memory stick in the reader and put the Fast Recovery and Pro Update (6.20 users, you can have permanent CFW. Others can't. If you wish to make you CFW permanent, then also put the 6.20PRO_Permanent folder) folders in
All set. Now, In you PSP, go to games and run Pro Update.
The firmware should be starting the install autometically, if not, then hold L and press X.
And there you go.
Check you firmware now. It's changed to "<you OFW version> PRO-B9. Enjoy.
Note: Other than 6.20 users can't have permanent CFW. So, FastRecovery starts the Custom Firmware again if you turned your PSP off. Just needs a few seconds. No worries.
Note(6.20 users only): If you want to make your 6.20 PRO-B9 permanent, then after these procedures, run the Permanent Patch from the game on XMB. When you start it, press X, read the brick warning and press X again. After the PSP restarted, start the permanent patch again and press X and the O. Now it will be installed.


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