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Running the official PSP updaters for all firmware versions
12-09-2021, 08:43 PM (This post was last modified: 12-09-2021 09:27 PM by gid15.)
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Running the official PSP updaters for all firmware versions
Hi Jpcsp community!

with the latest update (1a4581a), it is now possible to run all the official PSP updaters from all the firmware versions, from version 1.50 to 6.61. I've tested all the 56(!) PSP updaters I could find, based on the reference list from https://playstationdev.wiki/pspdevwiki/i...ware_(OFW)

After the installation of the firmware, the PSP can also be successfully rebooted into the installed firmware version. I've only tested it yet for the PSP Model "PSP-1000 (Fat)". The other models will follow.

The automatic builds can be downloaded from https://github.com/jpcsp/jpcsp/actions

Feel free to try it out and to share your test results.

For issue reports, don't forgot to include a log file (log.txt) created at the INFO level (menu Debug / Tools / Logger / Show Logger) to help me analyzing the problem.

EDIT: added screenshots of the PSP Updater for Firmware 1.50.


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Always include a complete log file at INFO level in your reports. Thanks! How to post a log
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12-18-2021, 10:45 AM
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RE: Running the official PSP updaters for all firmware versions
Revision: a8dc7bfd
Graphics Renderer: External Software Renderer
PSP Model: PSP-3000 (Brite, 4th Generation)
Firmware Version: 6.61

I was able to run the PSP Update ver 6.61 with the above settings. The emulator was able to install the firmware files and reboot successfully the first time. There are some errors and warnings that appear throughout the INFO log.

Code:
21:46:47  INFO hle.IoFileMgrForUser - ScePafJob - hleIoOpen filename = flash0:/vsh/etc/index_04g.dat flags = 1 permissions = 0777
21:46:47 ERROR   crypto - ScePafJob - DecryptPRX: SHA1 Hash not matching:
0x00000000 0B B5 CB A4 62 45 67 27 F8 04 46 14 0A E5 21 D8  >....bEg'..F...!.<
0x00000010 60 11 13 32                                      >`..2<
0x00000000 A7 8C B7 A3 EF 2E 83 C6 8B F5 F7 5A 87 71 EA DE  >...........Z.q..<
0x00000010 A7 8C B7 A3                                      >....<
21:46:47  INFO hle.IoFileMgrForUser - SCE_VSH_GRAPHICS - hleIoOpen filename = flash0:/vsh/etc/index_04g.dat flags = 1 permissions = 0777
21:46:47 ERROR   crypto - SCE_VSH_GRAPHICS - DecryptPRX: SHA1 Hash not matching:
0x00000000 0B B5 CB A4 62 45 67 27 F8 04 46 14 0A E5 21 D8  >....bEg'..F...!.<
0x00000010 60 11 13 32                                      >`..2<
0x00000000 A7 8C B7 A3 EF 2E 83 C6 8B F5 F7 5A 87 71 EA DE  >...........Z.q..<
0x00000010 A7 8C B7 A3

However, on subsequent attempts the reboot process doesn't load properly (see 5th screenshot). When I open JPCSP, I click Reboot and wait for the vsh to appear. The text on the top right corner is squished together and nothing else appears on the screen. Also, the FPS is slow (goes down to 1 FPS) and the vsh appears frozen after a period of time (curves in background stop moving). The vsh doesn't react to any button inputs.


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