The Ultimate PSP Mega Pack was compiled for the benefit of gamers new to the PSP who intend to hack their PSPs or have hacked them already and don't quite know what to do next. After getting my first PSP, I spent over a year collecting what I thought was all of the "good stuff" availableavailable for a hacked PSP...but I still come across something new every month or two. I'm hoping this pack will save you some work and help you get into enjoying your hacked PSP as soon as possible. Experienced PSP users might fine something new, as well.
The full pack contains two primary folders: Memory Stick and Resources & Utilities. The contents of Memory Stick can be copied directly to a formatted 32GB PSP Memory Stick (or the equivalent) . Resources & Utilities contains support programs such as ISo converters, video converters, etc. that are not placed on the memory stick.
The beta version I am releasing is the Memory Stick folder distributed over 13 separate files
I recommend that new PSP users download all thirteen parts but focus on the first three, installing and working through them in order. The first three packs build on each other.
Part 1 contains unsigned homebrew that runs on the official firmware, so your PSP does not need to be hacked. You do need to update your firmware to at least 6.60, and the official SONY 6.60 firmware update is included in the subpack.
Part 2 contains 6.60 and 6.61 firmware updates for the standard PSp and PSP go, as well as the files necessary to install the Pro-C Custom Firmware, temporary or permanent, including Infinity. Chronoswitch Downgrader is also included, as well as PSPIDENT. This part does not contain detailed, thorough instructions for installing CFW, however, and is not a substitute for any of the more in-depth guides available on the Internet. I will add more instructions in the future in order to make the pack more self-sufficient. AN assortment of plugins is included in this part, but you will not be able to use them unless you have installed CFW.
Part 3 contains an assortment of utilities such as the Bookr e-reader, HomeBrew Sorter, CMFileManager, a PSP Spreadsheet program, an dmore, as well as a collection of homebrew games ranging from a Flappy Bird clone to attempts at cloning Minecraft.Beginiing with this part, I expect you to be using the CategoriesLite plugin and provide the ebbots in "CAT_..." folders. If you are not using that plugin, move the eboot folders out of the "CAT_..." folders and place them directly nto the Game folder.
This NOT a ROM pack, although I have included sample ROMs for educational purposes and as examples of compatible file formats.