This doesn’t mean you’re stuck with it whether you like it or not.Instead of having to manually boot the PRO firmware, a utility will write it to a secret portion of the PSP that controls the start-up process.While the procedure for most custom firmwares are tried and tested, yes it is possible to brick your PSP.LCFW is a temporary CFW exploit that gives you all the features of a permanent CFW, but is lost whenever the PSP runs out of power.
Custom firmware will add their moniker to this segment (e.g. If you are running 6.60 then you can comfortably stay on that version, but other versions will benefit from a systems upgrade.
The common feature of all custom firmware available for the PSP is to relax the signing process for PSP applications, so that applications that developers that aren’t Sony approved can be installed.
All forms of CFW will mention whether or not they are permanent.
There is normally a wider choice if you are okay to go down the non-permanent route, but if you intend to use the features of CFW every time you use your PSP, you will need to reinstall the CFW every time you start your PSP, which will become quickly tedious. versions will find that a majority of the CFW choices out there are permanent.
Sony fixed up some of the exploits used to make the CFW permanent in the 3000, E3000 series and in special cases some of the 2000, so you may have a tougher job finding a permanent CFW for these.
Ensure you downloaded the correct version for your PSP. So you’ve now obtained an archive of the custom firmware you need for your PSP version.