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                    PSP Custom Firmware for dummies

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                    You got a new PSP, you want to run homebrews and backups, but you’re lost with all the terms CFW, HEN, M33, Pro CFW… or you’re simply looking for a quick and easy guide to get the best solution for your PSP? Well, you’ve come to the right place. This guide is an all-in-one guide to installing the appropriate Custom Firmware on your console, just follow my lead.

                    Let’s start with the basics, What’s your PSP model?

                    1. I have a PSP 1000 (Phat)
                    2. I have a PSP 2000 (Slim)
                    3. I have a PSP 3000 (Brite)
                    4. I have a PSP Go
                    5. I have a PSP E1000 (PSP Street, Europe only)

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