Release (Beta!): 6.35 Custom, a 6.35 custom firmware by neur0n


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107 Responses

  1. slackerforlife says:


    1. Unpack “”
    2. Create folder “plugins” on your psp
    3. Copy “vshmenu.prx”, “game.txt” and “vsh.txt” from “vshmenu” folder to “plugins” folder on your psp
    4. Reboot PSP
    5. Load Sukkiri exploit to activate 6.3X PRO HEN
    6. Push “SELECT” and you see “VSH MENU LIGHT”

    comment by onemal — January 18, 2011 @ 2:12 am

    Thanks Playa, that’s how i know how to use it,
    it works on my PSP-Go 6.31 pro HEN but my PSP-2001 running neur0n_635_CFW v3 it does not work.
    any comment on that?

    comment by slackerforlife — January 18, 2011 @ 2:35 am

  2. dumb dude says:

    I ran that on my psp 1000 and nothing happend after reading this i wont test things without knowing if it is ok for my psp 1000

  3. slackerforlife says:

    @dumb dude
    i just redid my PSP-1001 to 6.35 signed HEN and it work.

    “VSH MENU LIGHT” for 6.3X PRO HEN”

  4. Suplayer says:

    tasted it and it works 100%
    thank u so much neur0n. and wololo i think u should have more posts
    ’cause the hole world is in the cause now.

    some games like khbbs dont work.
    i think patched games dont work on it.
    need some help.
    because this cfw is the new generation.
    —-sighned apps are limited in the psp—-
    most likely homebrows only no (isos).

  5. Ultima says:

    Thats what you get for not checking with others about its features like I did now you’re stuck until it has ISO and Plugin support thats why people should act so quickly but atleast I can still use TempAR and Prometheus Iso Loader.

  6. africannoob says:

    where is the remotejoy for the 6.35 custom???????
    or does it use 5.xx plug-ins?

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