1. My PSP is a 1001 Phat PSP.
2. I have...well HAD the OFW 6.60, but recently replaced it with a 6.60 CFW. (6.60 PRO-C1 (Fix 3))
3. The actual problems are all the way at the bottom, with everything above that stuff are the "steps" I took to get firmwire and all the way up to where I ran into the problems.
Okay, so as you can probably guess, I am fairly new to PSP hacking. Only just today did I discover that you could hack your PSP without a pandora battery/magic stick and all that. So anyway, wanting to immediately get into Homebrew and all that and see just what I could do, I installed a CFW. (6.60 PRO-C1 (Fix 3) to be exact) So I now have a custom firmwire that is permanently on due to the CIPL Flasher. Next I started looking into apps/plugins I could load now that I have custom firmwire. I went to this page in order to look for plugins...
I looked through and picked out the following ones so far...that said they were compatible with the 6.60 CFW.
Hold+ v4.0 [5.00 to 6.60 support]
Audio Boost [6.20 to 6.60 support]
PspStatesMenu_Pict v1.06-2 [6.20 to 6.60 support]
Next I looked up a tutorial here to make sure I am doing things right, and for reference. http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/697810
So I make a folder called seplugins and create three txt files (Game, Pops, and Vsh) and for Hold and Audio Boost, I add the following in the vsh text file:
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For PSPstatesmenu I add this in the game text file...
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Next I completely turn off my PSP and hold R and boot up to bring the Recovery menu up. I go to plugins and check to make sure they are enabled, which they should've been since I had a 1 in front of the plugins on the text file. They are enabled. So I exit the menu and this is where the problem(s) happens.
Audioboost- It instructs you to press the Home+R buttons to activate. Play some music and hold the home button and press R. Nothing happens. I press both at the same time. Nothing happens. My sound does not change at all.
Hold- It does not say it has any button activators, and just to put the system on the "lock/hold" position. Which I did. Nothing happens when I do this. This was supposed to work specifically when playing with music, so I have the hold button on when an MP3 is playing. I see no difference at all.
PSPstatesmenu- It says to press Home button when in game and then press R/L at the same time to bring up a menu. I tried this and no menu ever appears.
So yeah, that's pretty much what I am having trouble with so far... Can anyone help me?