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Tutorial for running homebrew on 2.80 firmware

Being able to play homebrew on firmware 2.80 is an amazing accomplishment. However, most people that have firmware 2.80 probably don't know the very basics of running homebrew on their system. While there have been guides created in the past, a new one has popped up on the PlayStation boards. Shamoo teaches you the steps necessary to run fan-favorite DDR clone, PSP Revolution, on your system.
  1. Download the eLoader on your computer.
  2. Connect your PSP to your computer via USB.
  3. Install the eLoader.
  4. Make sure you choose this kind of installation: "TIFF, Installatron + Xloader - RECOMMENDED"
  5. Ensure the following options are checked: "TIFF, xLoader (for 2.80), Installatron, emenu"
  6. You're done installing the eLoader. Now, it's time to get homebrew programs.
The full tutorial shows you how to download and install PSP Revolution on your system. It's not complicated at all--it just involves moving some folders into your PSP's GAME directory, and a few more steps. Of course, with firmware 3.0 on the horizon, what choice will you make? Stick with homebrew, or keep advancing with Sony's official upgrades?

Kriek! 2.80 homebrew loader released [Update 1]

The newest version of noobz's popular eLoader, strangely called "Kriek," now supports 2.80 firmware, for those of you that upgraded, but now want to go back into the world of homebrew. This software allows you to run most new games and demos and homebrew at the same time. Another bonus for this release is the xLoader, which allows you to launch homebrew applications directly from the XMB interface. The Install-o-tron is also included so that "in principle, you may never need to manually install any homebrew ever again."

Very impressive, noobz! It looks like the homebrew community is making those all-important steps to being as easy and user-friendly as possible. To download, visit noobz's site now.

[Thanks, jamie!]

[Update 1: I guess I had too much to drink of that stuff over to the right. Yeah........ Anyways, everything should be corrected.]

Newly updated eLoader fully supports 2.70/2.71 firmware

While you're waiting for our Tokyo Game Show coverage to start, here's a bit of absolutely fantastic news for you to chew on. A new version of Fanjita and Ditlew's eLoader has come out today, and it now supports 2.70 and 2.71. What's an eLoader you ask? It's the application you need in order to run homebrew on your PSP. With this new eLoader, an even larger audience of PSP fans can enjoy homebrew without having to downgrade.

Check it out at DCEmu.

[Thanks, wraggster]

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No GTA or downgrading needed to run homebrew

No GTA or downgrading needed to run homebrew

PSP owners are getting even more and more choices every day. People with older PSPs could emulate newer ones. People with newer PSPs could downgrade to older ones. For those that want to have fairly new firmware for new games, and also have the ability to run homebrew on one machine without too many confusing steps now have an alternative: simply running homebrew on PSPs, up to version 2.60. Ditlew and Fanjita have released a new eLoader called "Porter" that lets you run homebrew apps on your PSP. In order to use it, you'll have to download the appropriate files, and then run it on your system before using homebrew. While this may sound complicated, it's a lot better than the previous method, which involved having a copy of Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories.

The hard-working team of coders won't stop there. They're already working on getting PSPs 2.80 to work, and eventually... a way to run homebrew directly from the XMB without even having to use the eLoader. Wow.

[Via DCEmu, Thanks craig!]

Play GTA on UMD with PSP v1.5

Itching to try out that new game UMD you got for your birthday, but homebrew still got you on firmware 1.5? Game loader 1.1 promises that you can have your cake and eat it too by letting everyone get in on the UMD love. The main site (chronicling the movements of homebrewer MPH) is pretty scarce on the details, so as with all other homebrew apps we have to urge everyone to exercise caution with installing any code on their PSPs. But if this works as advertised, you could very well find yourself running over hookers and causing wanton mayhem within the hour. All simulated, of course.

[Thanks MaxConsole and craig]



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