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    Default PSP Quick reboot PRX

    Sick of how hard it is sometimes to reboot the psp ? here is the answer Quickly and easily power off or reboot your PSP in 0.5 seconds! Once flashed and activated press "Home + Select" to power off. And press "Home + Start" to reboot.Works like a charm .

    As always with the flash method there is a risk although no reports of bricks use at own risk..

    I used the plugin folder way....(the Eggman)
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    Thanks Ultimate Eggman, will this work in the latest 3.02 devhook or just custom firmwares?

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    umm does everything in the download go in the root or what? ms root folder contents should go root but what about the other folder??

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    wow this prx is awesome thanks for sharing this Eggman

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    hmm. how exactly does this work. is it actually shutting your psp off or just rebooting it. and wouldnt this really do nothing but override the booting and the sound. am i right or at least close?. either way, great job

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    Thanks for the plugin, The_Ultimate_Eggman

    This works great :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Ultimate_Eggman View Post
    Sick of how hard it is sometimes to reboot the psp ? here is the answer Quickly and easily power off or reboot your PSP in 0.5 seconds! Once flashed and activated press "Home + Select" to power off. And press "Home + Start" to reboot.Works like a charm .

    As always with the flash method there is a risk although no reports of bricks use at own risk..

    I used the plugin folder way....(the Eggman)
    Written by The Unique Warrior
    by the way im a noobish guy, how do you put it to my memory card? ill just extract it then copy it to my memory card or what? then is this compatible to 3.01 Firmware? is this Safe? Sorry i got a lot of Questions cuz i just got my PSP...

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    no reports of bricks??? ok well iv reflashed all the 1.5 & 2.71 system files possible for the Se-C recovery mode and the "recover to 1.5" still doesnt work let alone my XMB menu or anythin else! iv bricked my psp few times b4, and flashing this prx has seemed 2 completely mess up my psp now! erm any help 2 try help me any1? would b appriciated. iv tried tht wifi switch on trick 2...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuNnY_B View Post
    no reports of bricks??? ok well iv reflashed all the 1.5 & 2.71 system files possible for the Se-C recovery mode and the "recover to 1.5" still doesnt work let alone my XMB menu or anythin else! iv bricked my psp few times b4, and flashing this prx has seemed 2 completely mess up my psp now! erm any help 2 try help me any1? would b appriciated. iv tried tht wifi switch on trick 2...
    What happened in my case was that I was running rebooter.prx and the irmp3 prx files at the same time in recovery mode and I thought that my PSP was bricked after I got a black screen with the memory stick light constantly flashing. So, what I did was hold the power button to completely turn off the PSP and took the memory stick out and reboot the PSP again. It eventually worked for me.

    I don't if it would help to power down the PSP, take the memory stick out and restarting the PSP again. Try it and see if it works (but I don't guarentee that it may work in your case ).

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    i already tried that b4 too..still doesnt work

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