How Do You Play Games On Downgraded 2.71 PSP?
The PlayStation Portable uses Sony firmware to run the device, and the firmware is updated frequently. If you have downgraded to the 2.71 firmware or have downgraded from the 2.71 firmware and are running 1.50, playing games on your PSP is simple. Aside from still using the PSP’s drive to play retail games, you now can place homebrew games on the PSP Memory Stick. Homebrew games are created by independent developers. Turn on your Sony PSP and wait for it to boot into the PSP menu, which is called the PSP XrossMediaBar. Connect your PSP to your computer with its USB cable, and your computer will read the PSP, installing the proper drivers that are required to access the PSP Memory Stick. A window will appear on the computer screen. You will be looking at the files that are on the PSP Memory Stick. Open the “PSP” folder and you will see a few different game folders. Open the “GAME” folder because that is the only one you need to worry about. Go to where you have your games stored and rig