JigKick service tool emulator with PSP-3000 TA-090 restore ability
After persistent efforts of known PlayStation scene hackers (zecoxao, Proxima, Mathieu Hervais) Boryan's efforts were continued on the bones of formerly closed PSPx.ru's PSP-3000 Pandora hacking thread - some syscons of later PSP models were dumped and battery 0x80 and 0x81 challenge keys were salvaged from them.
Lack of those keys in consumer batteries put an end to easily accessible Pandora. But Proxima created a script to generate the challenge answers.
You can apply this to PSP only if you have a proper emulator - here's what the crew wants to share with the world.
@M4j0r - Voltage Fault Injection glitch help; Wildcard, Sean Shablack - glitching and dumping the syscon; Proxima - firmware reverse engineering, battery auth challenge response generator script; khubik - battery emulator code, auth script port, UI design dogecore - auth script port, UI code, emulator threading fix @mathieulh - decrypt_os2, decrypt_sp code; SSL/Zerotolerance - encryption support for Mathieu's apps @zecoxao - decrypt_os2 and decrypt_sp PC ports, boards supply, auth script port; @Yoti - decrypt-sp mods, JigKick clone card creation guide, MSID Dumper, PSP-3000 for tests (❤️), contribution to pspx.ru's 3000 Pandora hacking thread @ErikPshat - useful info about JigKick, contribution to pspx.ru's 3000 Pandora hacking thread, forum thread design Boryan, lport3, dx3d, stasik007 and many more from pspx.ru's 3000 Pandora hacking thread - battery comm logs, protocol reversal, schematics for equipment and more by zecoxao.
This brew also allows you to launched all the latest titles that requires 6.20 without the lengthy patching procedures.
Infinity is a tool that allows users to enable persistent custom firmware on their PlayStation Portable. Supporting every model on firmwares 6.60 and 6.61, a user can install infinity and enjoy either PRO or ME custom firmware without ever having go through the process of re-enabling it after every reboot.
This is my final homebrew contribution to the PSP hacking scene. If you’re interested in keeping up-to date on my future endeavours then please follow me on twitter: @DaveeFTW. If you wish to report a bug then check out the repository on github. To read about my previous work then check out my blog.
Full installation guide can found in the README.md file in the download archive.
To install infinity you must be on either firmware 6.60 or 6.61. If you have an old version of infinity (< 2.0), then you must uninstall it first by using Chronoswitch 7 or higher.
Instructions for PSP 1000, 2000, 3000 and Street
Browse into the standard directory in the download and copy the file EBOOT.PBP to the PSP/GAME/UPDATE folder on your PSP. If this folder does not exist you may need to create it.
Instructions for PSPgo
Browse into the pspgo directory in the download and copy the file EBOOT.PBP to the PSP/GAME/UPDATE folder on your PSPgo. If this folder does not exist you may need to create it.
Instructions for all PSP models
Once the correct EBOOT.PBP file has been copied to your PSP, you can run the application to install infinity to your device. Re-running the application after installation will allow you to select which custom firmware you want enabled. You will need to run the installer for the custom firmware before enabling it within the infinity app.
Changelog - 2.0
6.60 support 6.61 support PSP “E1000” street support Pause/Restore Game feature on PSPgo Fixed issues with XMB themes Cheers, Davee
Chronoswitch is a downgrader for the Playstation Portable (PSP).
Download and extract the latest version. Copy the PSP folder from the extracted output to your memory stick. You will need the firmware update for version you wish to downgrade to. If you want to downgrade to 6.20, you will need the 6.20 official update. If you're downgrading a PSPgo, make sure you download the official firmware appropriate for that device.
Copy the official firmware update to PSP/GAME/UPDATE/EBOOT.PBP on your memory stick. If you're using a PSPgo, make sure this copied to the internal storage instead.
The downgrader is "signed", and can be launched without having a custom firmware installed. Once you run the application, follow the on-screen instructions.
This project is a continuation of the M33 Team's work with using modern technics and exploits. The main advatage over their version is this version supports 03g and the infamous TA-088v3. In theory the bootrom exploit used should work on any PSP hardware ever released, however 5.00 firmware only supports 01g, 02g, 03g.
It supports all of the PSP-100x, PSP-200x and the first generation (03g) of PSP-300x PSPs.
To use it you have to extract the TM folder from the release zip to the root of your memory stick then inject the msipl.bin to your memory stick.
To do that injection you can use multiple software. There are the tested and working ones:
msipl_installer by draanPSP PSP Tool 1.00 by raing3 To boot it up from the memory stick you need to boot your PSP to service mode.
You can achieve that by:
Using a "Pandora battery" PSP-100x and PSP-200x Using BaryonSTM on PSP-100x, PSP-200x and 03g PSP-300x Using Baryon Sweeper on PSP-100x, PSP-200x and 03g PSP-300x rainsipl.exe known to NOT work with some memory sticks.
It states that the injection was successful, but the IPL isn't written and if you check the logs you see an "not enough memory space" error.
M33 Team Developers (Dark_Alex, adrahil, Mathieulh) Mathieulh for answering my questions and rubberducking Davee for 03g bootrom dump and psptools. by balika011.
A Heads-Up-Display plugin for not only your XMB, but in-game as well.
This plugin displays some basic info right on your PSP screen:
FPS CPU/BUS speed and CPU usage notification on CPU speed change battery status (percent and time left) local time Besides displaying info on screen, this plugin can:
change cpu speed take a screenshot
by codestation & darko79.
Aplicación para Windows que nos permite cargar intros, cintros y gameboots en formato .pmf de PSP.
Eliminadas las cargas de MSDOS PiEsPi by Lande.
A Python script to install IPL code on PSP MemoryStick.
It is required to run the script as an Administrator on Windows or as root on UNIX-like systems due to required low-level access to the drive. On Windows, you have to provide the physical drive number via --pdisk argument. On UNIX-like system, you have to provide the drive's device name via --devname argument.
Print info about the drive
python3 msipl_installer.py --devname sdc --info Clear the IPL space on the drive
python3 msipl_installer.py --devname sdc --clear Extract the IPL currently installed on the drive
python3 msipl_installer.py --devname sdc --extract out_ipl.bin Insert the provided IPL on the drive
python3 msipl_installer.py --devname sdc --insert in_ipl.bin by draanPSP.
PSP Tool is a multi-purpose application designed for the PlayStation Portable console to perform various general management functions with the console. Initially PSP Tool was designed just for extracting the IPL from the Memory Stick but has since expanded and incorporates many other diagnostics functions.
PSP Tool allows you to do the following:
Backup and Restore the IdStorage of the PSP. Check the IPL injected on the Memory Stick or a file located on the Memory Stick. Check, Backup, Restore and change the battery EEPROM serial. Connect Memory Stick, Flash 0, Flash 1, Flash 2, Flash 3 and UMD Disc through a USB cable. Create a checksum of the IPL injected on the Memory Stick or an IPL located on the Memory Stick. Create a variety of different Magic Memory Sticks. Erase the entire IPL space of the Memory Stick. Extract the IPL injected on the Memory Stick to a file. Format the Memory Stick. Inject a variety of included IPLs or an IPL from a file to the Memory Stick. by Rain.
Emulador de Commodore 64 para PSP desarrollado por Christophe Kohler.
PSX2PSP is a tool for converting PS1 ISO/BIN files to PSP Eboots for use with PSP system which have custom firmware (GEN or M33). Eboots created using this will not work on PSP with Official Firmware
RetroArch is a frontend for emulators, game engines and media players.
It enables you to run classic games on a wide range of computers and consoles through its slick graphical interface. Settings are also unified so configuration is done once and for all.
RetroArch has advanced features like shaders, netplay, rewinding, next-frame response times, and more!
UMDGen is a tool that is used to create and/or edit UMD compliant ISO image files.
The ISO image files can then be played on some PSP systems.
UMDGen is a backup tool only. You can only use UMDGen to backup your legally owned Playstation Portable games. UMDGEN.
UMDGen now displays information from UPDATEPARAM.SFO Automatically detects and resizes dummy data, removed un-needed padding and dummies the contents of the UPDATE folder Non-PSP standard images can be forced to be read by the user UMD_DATA.BIN file generator Ability to change "PSP_SYSTEM_VER" in PARAM.SFO to different firmware version 'Drop Open' images re-introduced due to a lot of requests to re-add it to UMDGen Complete CSO DAX support 'Dummy File' option
C64 emulator for PSP slim (2000 and 3000), based on Akop's and DelayedQuasar's work.
The new sound chip option is useful for modern games which were designed for the newer 8580 chips. Two such games are Caren and the Tangled Tentacles and Sam's Journey. Setting sound chip to 8580 and sound engine to resid gives those games a more authentic sound.
The new palette option is useful to achieve more saturated, darker colors. My personal favorite is `pepto-pal`, but there's also `colodore` which gives higher saturation. Setting this to `none` gives the terrible, neon-colored Vice 3.2 default palette.
Thanks to the Vice team for an excellent emulator.
Thanks to Akop for the amazing original PSP port.
Thanks to DelayedQuasar for updating Akop's port to Vice 3.2.
Thanks to my supporters on Patreon: Andyways, CountDuckula, Greg Gibson, Jesse Harlin, Duncan Harris, Özgür Karter, Matthew Machnee, Mored1984, Ibrahim Fazel Poor, and RadicalR.
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