Custom Firmware 3.90 M33-3 Released, Improves NO-UMD Compatibility

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  1. x3sphere

    x3sphere Administrator Staff Member Enforcer Team


    Homebrew developer Dark_AleX has issued an update to PSP custom firmware 3.90 M33 which further improves compatibility of the built-in M33 NO-UMD driver. As usual, the update can be downloaded from Network Update or by following the direct link listed below.[blockquote2]* March33 NO-UMD driver compatibility has increased to support games like Coded Arms, Patapon, Harvest Moon Innocent Life and probably others affected by same errors.[/blockquote2]Download PSP Custom Firmware 3.90 M33-3

    Dark-AleX - PSP Developer [Dark_AleX]
  2. d1ddy

    d1ddy New Member

    first , beotches .. going to install right now >.>
  3. frosty5689

    frosty5689 Stupidity to the MAX

    does this update fix the reading off GAME390 instead of GAME380?
  4. x3sphere

    x3sphere Administrator Staff Member Enforcer Team

    No, he forgot to fix that :p Still reads from GAME380.
  5. frosty5689

    frosty5689 Stupidity to the MAX

    WHY!!! WHY!!!!-.- lol(not updating to 3.90 m33-3 then)
  6. xiaoxuexue

    xiaoxuexue New Member

  7. Tenshigami

    Tenshigami New Member

    I'm more intrigued by the fact that he didn't make an update to popsloader yet so that 3.90 M33 can have the same features as 3.92.

    As for the GAME380 folder snafu...Seriously. Is it really worth bitching about? I'm frankly tired of having to rename that folder every time I install a new CFW.
  8. xkadajx

    xkadajx New Member

    Does this fix the sleep problem on the fat psps?
  9. frosty5689

    frosty5689 Stupidity to the MAX

    It means alot to me having a clean custom firmware(literally bugless). That's why I've been using 3.80 M33-5(for compatibility issues too).
  10. Gwapingn8

    Gwapingn8 New Member

    that's true...
    i'm still stuck at 3.80 M33-5,
    simply just like what frosty said...
    it's bugless.... only problem I found is that
    I have seen to lost the 1.5 kernel capability even after trying to install it back many times... and on all 3 times, they were installed well..

    I wonder why? I miss my NES games.... =(

    but it's ok.. GOD of War & Crisis Core is here. =)
  11. B2K24

    B2K24 Member

    Most everything goes in PSP/GAME anyway.....
    whats it matter?
    Thank you Dark_AleX
  12. frosty5689

    frosty5689 Stupidity to the MAX

    I like the way it works w/ GAMExxx=P
  13. JensenQ

    JensenQ New Member

    who can tell me is it include Chinese Simplified language? I want update, but worriing failed language.
  14. JensenQ

    JensenQ New Member

    perfect!!! It's ok now. My dear PSP~~
  15. PowerPrincess

    PowerPrincess New Member

    what is GAME390/GAME380 for??
  16. Acerthief

    Acerthief Staff Member

    When we put homebrews in GAME3XX folders, it means we want the homebrew to be ran through the 3.XX kernel, not 1.5 or the kernel you've set for the GAME folder.
  17. fire-ice

    fire-ice New Member

    is it only the m33 no-umd driver compatibility is the only changes on 3.90m33-3?
    or is there anything?

    thanks for accepting me as a new member!
  18. frosty5689

    frosty5689 Stupidity to the MAX

    The only thing that changed is the compatibility of the m33 no-umd driver.
  19. Richlando

    Richlando Member

    I did notice that the recovery menu loads faster now.So when you make a change it doesn't flash the screen when used to do that for me so I'm assuming something was changed..dunno.
    And there's a 3xx version of NesterJ with rewind and mirror mode..I'm on the slim and basically all my emulators have been ported to 3xx at some point so I'm not missing anything due to lack of 150..Great job on the M33 driver Alexander...
  20. B2K24

    B2K24 Member

    The only thing I use that needs 150 is universal remote for my phatty and on slim the better SNES emulator is the snes9xTYL 0.4.2 that will only run under 150 kernel that can be launched using timemachine.

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