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    Default PSP: PSP beginners guide to homebrew; From box to play by Scorpei.com

    Hey all,

    I've just finished my "Beginners Guide To PSP homebrew; from box to play". As the title says I cover everything from opening the box and checking if the PSP is okay and capable of running homebrew up to (and including) running homebrew. I cover the Lumines exploit together with the latest M33 custom firmware (3.52 M33-2) and many great homebrew applications/games such as bookr, scummvm (I've included Beneath A Steel Sky for download), Snes9XTYL, NesterJ, Rin and others.


    The homebrew I provide is ready to put on your PSP and be run directly providing PD roms for systems if I could find them. I've also tried to make the install of custom easier by including all separate files needed already named and placed correctly. Anyway to learn more I'd say download the guide .


    Enjoy!

    Scorpei

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    Scorpei, congratulations on this! I've looked through the PDF guide file, and it's definitely a thorough, user-friendly and helpful guide with many pictures for all PSP owners, both new and old. I've added your site to my bookmarks and will start linking newbies to it. Thanks for your work.

    I'm not going to get the zip file with the example homebrew (I have most of them already), but thanks for reminding me of ScummVM. I have to check that out now.

    Anyway, thanks again!

    To the Staff: You should make this a sticky thread somewhere, like in PSP Help or Emulation & Homebrew forum.

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    This is a great guide and you have done great work on it.
    Thank you for it!

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