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Exploit Hack PSP Go OFW 6.35

I finally found it. I can now play ISOs and HOMEBREW apps on my PSP Go!

The process was really easy and SAFE to do. You will not brick your PSP Go by using the exploit method of hacking your PSP Go.

One thing to remember, when you do exploit your PSP Go, it your system restarts, you will have to run the exploit again but it takes SECONDS to do.

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You first need to download the 6.35 exploit pack to get started.

So here’s the fool proof dumbies guide to exploiting your OFW 6.35 PSP Go:

1. Save and open the 6.35 exploit pack Zip archive.

2. Connect your PSP Go to your PC and execute USB MODE.

3. Drag the entire contents of the Exploit Pack to your PSP Go’s root directory.

4. Once the files have been moved, unmount your PSP Go.

5. Go to your Games directory from the XMB and run the new Japanese demo.

6. Once main title screen appears, hit “O” to load the demo. This with run the exploit and return you to the system menu.

7. That’s it! Go to your System Settings and confirm the exploit took affect by look for “PRO” next the you the firmware version number.

To run ISOs, place ISOs in the ISO folder in your PSP’s root directory. Then, run the Prometheus ISO Loader and select the ISO you wish to run by selecting and hitting “X”.

To run homebrew apps like SNES emulators, all you have to do is place the folders in the GAMES directory and run them straight from the XMB.



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