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PSP-2000/3000 Purchasing Information (Box Codes, etc.)(UPDATED 5/13/09)

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    Mandingo

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    This is pretty old, but is not listed in page 1. I happened to get one for christmas.

    Red Spiderman Limited edition PSP-2004 has TA-085 v1 motherboard just like the yellow Simpsons one.

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    StrikeZero

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    I just bought a refurbished God of War PSP Red from ebay. I thought at first all God of War PSPs came with TA-088v2, so it was hackable. Then I read there is a TA-090v1 for refurbished PSPs, which is hackable. Though, I was wondering did Sony update the motherboard for refurbished PSP 2000s? The TA-090v1 came out in 2008, so it's been 2 years. I'm just scared Sony might have updated the motherboard to something that is unhackable.
     
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    Good job. THis will help a lot of people before they buy a new psp 3k.
     
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    I just want to double check real quick. If I get on amazon and order one of the god of war, star wars, or daxter psp's (not the 3000 one), it's guaranteed to work with cfw correct?
     
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    Stylishl4dka

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    Help!

    Hey guys i am new in this PSP business. Only 3 versions are available here now. 2004,2006,3004

    Which one should i go for? I want to buy the one which is crackable

    Also tell me the difference between 2004 & 2006 versions.


    Thank you.
     
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    MaxMouseDLL

    MaxMouseDLL Pink Flower Loyal Member

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    Not a 3004, that's for sure...
     
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    yoshinatsu

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    "Only"?? Hah, I wish I could find a 2000 here, I've been searching for months!
    You better get a 2000. If I'm not mistaken, all 2000's are hackable nowadays, unlike 3000's.

    The difference is, you supposedly get a brighter screen with the 3000, but it's actually shittier

    [​IMG].
    (I can confirm that, I have a PSP-3000.)

    It's a little lighter, and it has an integrated microphone for Skype (and those few games that support it).
    But not all of them are hackable. Definitely not worth the risk.
     
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    MaxMouseDLL

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    The only 2000 model which is not hackable is the TA-088v3... but it's worth noting that any PSP regardless of model (with the exception of the PSPGo) is hackable (to a degree) if it has firmware 5.03 or below installed on it.

    For example the 3000's can run a GEN HEN which has almost all functionality of CFW.
     
  9. I wanted to verify because I think I found the older style box, but it's the Piano Black core pack. However on the side bottom of the side I believe it says "PSP-2001PB" Or something like that on the side. :)
     
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    MaxMouseDLL Pink Flower Loyal Member

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    Well I have a Piano Black 2003, it has a TA-085v1 and is completely hackable... and awesome, the only version of the slim which has battery EEPROM write access, meaning creation and normalisation of pandora batteries.
     
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    consoles

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    heys guys, its been years since a touched a Psp and being of a senior age now 41 :( ive lost trqack of the in's out's of sorting the psp for more fun and games.

    I have a 2003 running 4.05 firmware can some nice person point me in the right direction to opening up my psp to run homebrew etc :)

    thank you

    Consoles.
     

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