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6.35/6.31 -> 6.20 Downgrader by Davee

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  1. dyosef says:

    i try to upgrade my psp 3007 v 6.20 to 6.35 and try 6.35 pro hen and pro a2 its worked and i decided to downgrade to 6.20 OFW firmware to try some themes that support 6.20 and there is no problem it’s working thanks a lot from the developer…

  2. dyosef says:

    you have to delete the file 6.35PRO-a2 to downgrade…

  3. Himesuki says:

    Dont do like this > PSP/GAME/UPDATE/PSP_620_FW_UPDATE > this will corrupt and wrong.

    Please do like this > PSP/GAME/UPDATE > Work Fine.

    That UPDATE is PSP_620_FW_UPDATE ( Just Rename it to UPDATE) or PSP_620_FW_UPDATE( Rename this file to UPDATE).

  4. Derp says:

    I didnt understand what the *** was meant by “Copy the “PSP/Game/downgrader” folder in the PSP/Game/downgrader folder of your memory stick.” Was i supposed to just stick that PSP folder in the ORIGINAL PSP folder itself? or was something else meant by that -.-

  5. hjil says:

    funziona per 6.37

  6. Ansh says:

    i have PSP 3004 OFW 6.35

    yo dude.. its boots and come on installation screen of OFW 6.20

    but when i try to start to install 6.20 OFW via sony updater

    there is a error to charge my battery 100 % and its starts automatically.

  7. Ansh says:

    Thanks to all of you guys.

    i cant beleive… How can i fulfill my feelings……

    i tried 2nd time

    Now its worked i successfully downgraded

    From OFW 6.35 —> OFW 6.20—> 6.20 PRO B4.

  8. Ally says:

    Hey it says Please Wait … and it turns off 🙂 how do i fix this please email me 🙁 chrisallysonv@ymail.com

  9. brandon says:

    its for 8g not anything eles

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