Trouble updating psp
I love my Sony PSP, but I cannot figure out how to get successfully connected to the Internet.
I know it’s a wifi system, I know I need to be able to see an access point, but I cannot get it all working. You are definitely not alone in your quest to get the Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) device successfully connected to the Internet.
If the only networks you see have some sort of security setting, either WPA or WEP, then If you do see that, then try moving closer to the wifi access point and rerunning the test, perhaps that’ll fix things.
If your PSP firmware version is below 5.03 you need to update it to firmware 5.03 first. Your PSP memory stick will appear in your computer. Assuming that your PSP is on Firmware 5.03, now is the time to load chick HEN R2. Copy file from Chick HENR2 folder to the root of your PSP.
Make sure you name folders in CAPS) Now Press the O button of your PSP to disconnect it from USB. From your PSP, Go over to Photo Memory Stick and click on the FAT folder (if you have a Phat) or Chick HEN folder (if you have a Slim).
The screen should blank out then flash green, showing that Chick HEN has loaded. If it just hangup and shutdown PSP then your got to retry until it automatically reboot your PSP.
PBP from PSP_Firmware_503 folder to the following directory on your memory card: /PSP/GAME/UPDATE/ (Create the directory if not available. Make sure you name folders in CAPS) Open the SLIM folder from Chick HENR2 and Copy folder Chick HEN to the memory stick under: /PSP/PHOTO/ Copy RECOVERY folder from Hellcat’s Recovery Flasher folder to the following directory on your PSP memory Stick: /PSP/GAME/ Now it’s time to unplug your PSP from the computer and load Chick HEN R2.
You have successfully installed Custom Firmware (CFW) on your PSP.
Input your desired settings again and enjoy 5.00 M33 on your PSP.
In fact, it’s hard enough that this is probably one of the most common questions I see here at Ask Dave Taylor, so I think it deserves a long, full explanation.
If you follow along step-by-step, I’m sure you’ll succeed.