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A permanent CFW is when you turn off your PSP by holding the power switch or running out of battery, and you see the ‘Sony Computer Entertainment’ boot logo, the CFW remains installed.If the CFW is not permanent, when you restart it returns back to the original state.The Hackinformer guide will inform you whether this process is compatible with your PSP.If your device is capable as pointed out by the wizard, open up the CIPL Flasher utility that came with your custom firmware, and once a black screen with white text opens, press the button that corresponds with ‘install CIPL’. Now if you go to system System Information on your PSP, it should now say you are running the custom firmware you desired. If your device is not listed, you will need to install via Infinity.This varies between PSP models, chipsets and custom firmware support. Some custom firmwares (PRO for one) will allow you to make the cfw if your PSP supports it.This doesn’t mean you’re stuck with it whether you like it or not.
If you try to play a backup copy of a game, activate a non-sony theme, or install an emulator you will find you can’t progress in some manner. Custom Firmware (abbreviated CFW) relaxes restrictions put in place by Sony, and allows you to do much more than you could do before with your PSP.If you’re happy doing this (especially if you just keep your PSP in stand by), then you can stop here (PRO can delete all CFW files but Fast Recovery).However, in certain circumstances you can make this permanent.You no longer need to open up fast recovery, or even keep any of the custom firmware utilities on your PSP.However, your PSP must be able to support this as certain models do not.