I've had a regular psp since about release date, and been part of the homebrew scene not long after. So I've decided to get the 2000, but I'm not to familiar with the capabilities of it as far as homebrew goes. So It'd be nice if someone could fill me in.
Ok. Well I'm getting the piano black psp 2000 from best buy w/GOW coupon, and I'm pretty up to date about the psp scene, it's just that i don't know a ton about the psp2000 and i would like someone who would consider themselves experts or whatnot to tell me a little about them. Also What is the best firmware to use with them? and how would I go by installing them? And I don't have an Tv with component inputs so I'll be getting the composite and I heard I can't play games through a composite, so Just to clarify is there any way to play commercial games through composite cables? If there isn't or it's too complicated Is there any way of using component cables with my composite CRT, without having to buy a $300+ converter? And lastly, in your opinion, do you think it's worth it to buy a psp 2000 if i already have the original?
Thanks for helping me out.
I'm certainly no "expert".
But you can achieve homebrew capabilities through 3.71 M33-2.
Keep in mind the Slim cannot run the 1.5 kernel which many popular applications are written for.
However, many of them have been converted to run on the Slim and they should be just as reliable.
Use this guide to take your PSP Slim to 3.60 M33.
And use this guide to go to 3.71 M33.
Then use this guide to upgrade to 3.71 M33-2.
All the homebrew you'll have to find on your own.
But I'm sure other Slim users can fill you in on some of those.
Remember, I'm no "expert"!
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