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    Default 3.71 M33-3 + PopsLoader Released

    Dark_AleX updated his 3.71 Custom Firmware to revision 3 as mentioned a couple of days ago. And released the PopsLoader as well.

    Changes in Custom Firmware:

    - Fixed a bug in access to flash by usb.

    - HEN core: kernel prx's with syscall exports work again.

    - PSP Slim: programmers can set the size of user memory to 52 MB by using a sfo flag.
    ~Check sample in sdk for usage.~

    - March33 NO-UMD driver:
    * Fixed a bug that could hang the psp when exiting with home.
    * Fixed compatibility issue with Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles, and maybe more games.

    - Vshmenu: it wasn't displaying properly with PSP slim TV-OUT due to the change of resolution. Fixed.


    Changes in PopsLoader:

    - Support for 3.71 and 3.72 pops has been added. Note that 3.71 however will not appear in the
    list in 3.71 M33 as it is not necessary.

    List of files needed for each version:

    3.00-3.03: kd/popsman.prx, kd/meaudio.prx, kd/pops.prx, vsh/module/pafmini.prx
    3.10-3.30: kd/popsman.prx, kd/pops.prx, vsh/module/pafmini.prx
    3.40-3.72: kd/popsman.prx, kd/pops.prx, vsh/module/pafmini.prx, vsh/module/libpspvmc.prx

    The files must be decrypted. (use square in psardumper). Support for encrypted&packed files is planned
    for the future.

    Download: PBP Unpacker
    Download: PSAR Dumper

    That's it, Enjoy!

    Download and Discuss Via Comments

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    Awesome! Maybe I'll go back to 3.71 again.
    Maybe.
    EDIT: One question.
    How do I get the POPS files? I don't have a clue how.
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonicboy 101 View Post
    Awesome! Maybe I'll go back to 3.71 again.
    Maybe.
    EDIT: One question.
    How do I get the POPS files? I don't have a clue how.
    Thanks
    You need to download this application from Dark_AleX's site. Extract the PSAR from each firmware Eboot with this one, and then put the PSAR extracted in your PSP and PSAR Dumper will make a dump of all the files of the firmware. Hope that helps.

    Edit: I edited the first post with the links to the applications needed.

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    lol, I installed this on my Slim this morning and new there was something I had forgot to do......post that it was out at DCEMU, whoops

    Mike..

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    I'll check this out, I'm hopping in the shower now though so yeah, thanks DA.

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    The DAX appears out of the Dark shadows and into the light once again.

    Many thanks for all your efforts past and present.

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    Holy $#@!. I enabled POPSloader in recovery and it wouldn't go to the XMB. I thought I bricked.
    Can it be the PRX's (some I used from my old POPSloader) or is it the POPS altogether?

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    anyone know how to get PS3 remote start to work on PSP custom firmware, i am currently on 3.71m33, but i get a message that i need to update. Is the other 3.72 custom firmware safe/real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordion View Post
    anyone know how to get PS3 remote start to work on PSP custom firmware, i am currently on 3.71m33, but i get a message that i need to update. Is the other 3.72 custom firmware safe/real.
    That is supposed to be for 3.72 Firmware.

    But you can take the files premo_plugin.prx and premo_plugin.rco off a 3.72 Firmware and flash them into your 3.71 Firmware and you'll have that feature in your 3.71.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordion View Post
    anyone know how to get PS3 remote start to work on PSP custom firmware, i am currently on 3.71m33, but i get a message that i need to update. Is the other 3.72 custom firmware safe/real.

    Steampirate posted step by step instructions on another forum:

    Download ofw 3.72
    Download M33_NEWPSARDUMPER
    Extract data.psar from 3.72 eboot with PBP Unpacker(not sure if this was necessary or not)
    Open USB Connection and put 3.72 eboot and data.psar in root of mem stick
    Put PSARDUMPER in Game
    Run Psardumper
    Press Square
    After it's done dumping, open USB Connection and copy premo_plugin.prx (f0\vsh\module) and premo_plugin.rco (f0\vsh\resource) and paste them somewhere for safe keeping
    You can delete f0 now
    Open recovery menu on PSP (right bumper and turn on with PSP still connected to PC)
    Go to advanced
    Select Toggle USB (flash0)
    A new window should pop up on your PC
    Make sure you have hidden files and system files viewable
    Replace premo_plugin.prx (vsh\module) and premo_plugin.rco (vsh\resource) with the ones you copied
    Select Toggle USB (flash0) to disable
    Restart PSP

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