Thanks for sharing, i learnt alot, thanks i bought a psp that was already hacked
To start you on your magical journey...
Thanks. I will try to buy it and hack it. Thanks again!
Hello, i m back. I was fail not to get this psp 2001 I mentioned last March, I think.
I want to go to pawn or gamestop but I need to make sure I understand.
The 2000 Series Date Codes go as follows:
7(Any later Letter): Hackable.
Along with below:
Then they are hackable, correct?
Any date code starting with 7 is hackable (ie. 7x where x is a random letter). Date codes 8A and 8B are okay as well. Anything else higher is partially or totally unhackable. Please note that only the European PSPs have them, the American and Japanese consoles do not have date codes printed inside the battery compartment. In that case you will have to work out the firmware version from the serial number instead.
Last edited by Shrygue; July 6th, 2010 at 22:15.
I have studied and found the serial no. which is AB21XXXXXX and below as well as HU21XXXXX through HU33XXXXX along with HBXXXXXXX and HJXXXXXXX are hackable, am I correct ?
Last edited by Bearmon; July 6th, 2010 at 22:26.
Hello ? Am I correct about that ? I need to know sooner before I can go to pawn to buy psp slim.
Can you help me out ? It is the last question I ever ask and thats all. Thanks.
I can't say for sure as I've not used that method of working out the hackability of a 2000 series PSP. There's isn't much info on that to determine accurately what's a good and bad one. All I've heard is a serial starting at HU2 is most likely a TA-88v3 that's unhackable and anything else could be fully or partially hackable. That's all I can say on the subject.
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