Wireless PSP Custom Firmware installation is now possible!
If you want to flash your PSP, you usually had to use a USB connection or a card reader to put the Custom Firmware files onto your memory stick, since the PSP is usually unable to properly download them itself.
This has changed now. It is now possible to download & install a PSP Custom Firmware directly onto your PSP.
If you happen to not own an USB cable for your PSP, but also not a card reader for your PSPs memory stick, then this solution will be something for you:
You only need a working Wifi connection, your PSP itself and around 2-12 Megabytes of free space on your memory stick (or internal storage).
Visit the following website, and then select your current installed PSP firmware.
After selecting your PSPs firmware, you have to select which PSP exactly you are using (1000, 2000, 2000v3, 3000, E1000 or PSPgo) and then you will be redirected to a download page for an eligible Custom Firmware for your Playstation Portable.
The site you are getting redirected to is prepared to enable your PSP to directly download the custom firmware files onto your memory stick (or internal storage), which will also be placed in the correct directory (ms0:/PSP/GAME/).
The only requirement is that your PSP has to run a supported firmware (6.20, 6.39, 6.60 or 6.61), but that can be done by the build-in wireless system update feature, which will let you install the official system software 6.61.
It might be a bit late, but offering an on-PSP solution for installing a custom firmware with nothing else than the PSP itself has always been something I wanted to offer.
Feel free to contact me, if you happen to find some bugs. Depending on your Wifi connection, it might take a while to successfully download some of the offered files.
Downloads via Zload.net