2.80 Easy downdater/downgrader

Downgrader

We’ve just barely recovered from the awesome news about the new 2.80 downgrader from 0okm, now we’re stumped with another make-you-type-like-your-granny-cause-you’re-trembling-in-excitement kind of update – developer csfreakno1 has just concocted his own version of Easy Downgrader for 2.80.

Alright. Now that we’re cleared with that, we’re pausing for a little, ok, a huge disclaimer. First, we’re putting up this post not to encourage 2.80 PSP owners to immediately use it, but because we want to inform the community that things are moving in the right direction and it should be only a matter of time before we have in our hands a fully stable downdater app. So for those guys who already have their PSP and USB cables on hand, it might be wise to sit and wait for now.

Second, this one came out a little late cause we here at the QJ labs all had to do some rethinking if it’s safe to release to the public so soon. As you might have known by now (duh!), we’ve decided to share this with you guys to show that we trust your own judgment over its safety.

Now we got that cleared, let’s get on with the unveiling of the great news. csfreakno1, despite the poor web translation, explains it best in saying:

Hello, has I mean first EASY Downgrader young here about 2.80. I have already enough experience with Downgrader, but this is also new for me. This is all first version and can still errors contain. A detailed README file is contained. IMPORTANTLY This Downgrader writes on the Flash0. Use on own danger! First RELEASE, REQUEST WATCHING OUT! After the installation of the Datein on the PSP, only the PSP start again then the Downgrader a starting!

As mentioned above, this app is in its very early and unstable stage. The results are as unpredictable as Sony’s marketing schemes, so again, it’s best that you read, reread, and reread the readme file some more that comes along with the download. Right now, the main concerns are: THE PSP MUST NOT HAVE A TA-082 BOARD and the owner must use the recently released xloader instead of the earlier eLoader. Cause if not, you would end up having one useless piece of gaming device.

The full article awaits after the jump!

Downgrader

We’ve just barely recovered from the awesome news about the new 2.80 downgrader from 0okm, now we’re stumped with another make-you-type-like-your-granny-cause-you’re-trembling-in-excitement kind of update – developer csfreakno1 has just concocted his own version of Easy Downgrader for 2.80.

Alright. Now that we’re cleared with that, we’re pausing for a little, ok, a huge disclaimer. First, we’re putting up this post not to encourage 2.80 PSP owners to immediately use it, but because we want to inform the community that things are moving in the right direction and it should be only a matter of time before we have in our hands a fully stable downdater app. So for those guys who already have their PSP and USB cables on hand, it might be wise to sit and wait for now.

Second, this one came out a little late cause we here at the QJ labs all had to do some rethinking if it’s safe to release to the public so soon. As you might have known by now (duh!), we’ve decided to share this with you guys to show that we trust your own judgment over its safety.

Now we got that cleared, let’s get on with the unveiling of the great news. csfreakno1, despite the poor web translation, explains it best in saying:

Hello, has I mean first EASY Downgrader young here about 2.80. I have already enough experience with Downgrader, but this is also new for me. This is all first version and can still errors contain. A detailed README file is contained. IMPORTANTLY This Downgrader writes on the Flash0. Use on own danger! First RELEASE, REQUEST WATCHING OUT! After the installation of the Datein on the PSP, only the PSP start again then the Downgrader a starting!

As mentioned above, this app is in its very early and unstable stage. The results are as unpredictable as Sony’s marketing schemes, so again, it’s best that you read, reread, and reread the readme file some more that comes along with the download. Right now, the main concerns are: THE PSP MUST NOT HAVE A TA-082 BOARD and the owner must use the recently released xloader instead of the earlier eLoader. Cause if not, you would end up having one useless piece of gaming device. The full instructions are:

1) Format memstick with a 2.8 NON TA-082 PSP.
2) Connect PSP via USB and run easy installer.
3) Select PSP drive in the easy installer and let it install the files.
4) Turn off your PSP.
5) Turn on your PSP and goto PHOTO -> Memory stick -> xLoader 280
6) You should see two icons in the xLoader 280 folder. If xLoader loads correctly then nothing should happen. If it fails then MS will blink and then PSP will crash.
7) Once xLoader is run successfully, goto GAME -> MEMORY STICK and run the downgrader.
8) You should see the DG menu.
9) Pray to God and cross your fingers.
10) Hit O to start DG.
11) Wait for it to say “Finished. PowerOff to exit”
12) Hold Power switch up until psp is completely off.
13) Pray again.
14) Turn on PSP, you should now get a Blue Screen Of Death so press O to reset settings.

Pretty simple huh? Still, it wouldn’t hurt to be really careful. If you’re one brave dude who either a) Loves your PSP so much you just can’t bear having it wearing such a dirty firmware or b) just a daredevil who tries risks “just cause”, we wish you luck. Make sure you don’t miss any of the steps above (especially number 9 and 13), and heed this warning from csfreakno1 himself.

I STILL RECOMEND AGAINST USING THIS … YOU SHOULD JUST WAIT FOR A FOOL PROOF DOWNGRADER… I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILTY IF THIS GOES WRONG

Via portable-news

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