PSP Custom Firmwares 6.20 ME-1.9 and 6.20 LME-1.9 (with perma patch) are now available!
2 days ago we blogged about the new permanent patch for the 6.20 LME CFW, and that it is currently in development.
We showed you a beta version of said permanent patch, and are proud to announce that it is now available for public!
Release: custom firmwares 6.20 ME-1.9 and 6.20 LME-1.9
The only not supported devices are the PSP 3000 (07g) and the PSP E1000, due to not being able to run the official firmware 6.20.
Despite actually not supporting the firmware 6.20, the PSP 3000s (09g) are able to forcefully downgrade to firmware 6.20, thanks to the Chronoswitch v5 downgrader. The other PSPs natively support the official firmware 6.20.
If you are already running the ME custom firmware, then there is no need to downgrade to the 6.20 ME-1.9, since it offers no upsides compared to the 6.60 ME CFW.
If you are already running the LME custom firmware, then you might want to downgrade to the firmware 6.20, and install a permanently patched 6.20 LME-1.9 custom firmware, since this will enable you to automatically boot into your LME CFW.
Furthermore it enables you to fix semi-bricks, thanks to the recovery menu access on startup.
The revision update 1.9 for the 6.20 ME and 6.20 LME custom firmwares fixes a few bugs that were introduced due to porting the CFWs to the firmware 6.20.
Those bugs are not present in the lastest version of the 6.39/6.60 L/ME CFWs.