I have a problem with my PSP Go. I updated it directly from the Sony server and now I can't use fast recovery to install any custom firmware. I tried the same process on another PSP Go and it worked fine without updating from the server. What can I do to fix my original PSP Go? Do I need to downgrade it, reformat it, or factory reset it? I want to remove the latest official update. I have some experience with this, but I have been stuck for days. None of the custom firmware options seem to work on it anymore.
I have searched online for a solution, but I couldn't find anything that worked. Some people suggested using a Pandora battery and a magic memory stick, but I don't have those. Others said to use Chronoswitch Downgrader, but it didn't recognize my firmware version. I also tried to use different versions of PRO and LME custom firmware, but none of them could launch.
I don't understand why this happened. My PSP Go was working fine before I updated it. I only updated it because I wanted to play some new games that required a higher firmware version. I didn't know that it would prevent me from using custom firmware. I wish I had backed up my system before updating it.
Is there any hope for my PSP Go? Is there a way to restore it to its previous state? Or is it permanently locked to the official firmware? I really don't want to buy a new one or give up on custom firmware. I hope someone can help me with this problem.
I have contacted Sony customer support, but they were not helpful. They told me that I should not use custom firmware and that I should only update from the official server. They said that they could not help me with any unauthorized modifications to the system. They also warned me that using custom firmware could void my warranty and damage my device.
I have also asked some friends who have PSP Go devices, but they didn't have the same problem. They either updated from the official server and didn't use custom firmware, or they used fast recovery and had no issues with custom firmware. They suggested that I should try to find someone who has a Pandora battery and a magic memory stick, or that I should sell my PSP Go and buy a new one.
I feel frustrated and disappointed with my PSP Go. I used to enjoy playing games and using homebrew applications on it. I liked having the freedom to customize it and explore its features. Now I feel like I have a useless brick that can only play official games. I don't want to give up on custom firmware, but I don't know what else to do.
I have decided to try one last thing before giving up on my PSP Go. I have found a website that claims to have a solution for my problem. They say that they have a custom firmware that can bypass the official update and allow me to use fast recovery again. They also say that they have a tool that can backup and restore my system in case something goes wrong.
I have downloaded the files and followed the instructions on the website. I have connected my PSP Go to my computer and transferred the files to the memory stick. I have run the custom firmware installer and waited for it to finish. I have rebooted my PSP Go and checked the system settings. It says that I have custom firmware version 6.61 PRO-C2.
I have launched fast recovery and waited for it to load. I have checked the system settings again. It says that I have custom firmware version 6.61 PRO-C2 (fast recovery). I have tried to run some homebrew applications and games. They all work perfectly. I have finally fixed my PSP Go. I am so happy and relieved. 29c81ba772