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
PSP “E1000” street support
Pause/Restore Game feature on PSPgo
Fixed issues with XMB themes