Menu Recovery

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This was the first recovery tool for the [PSP] that existed prior to the release of Pandora, because it allowed access to the PSP in semi-brick state and uncovered it. Also this tool can make changes to the firmware.

For example: Change the speed of the Mhz of the PSP, Change the region of PSP.


1.50 POC Recover Mode[edit]

This was the first recovery menu, and I helped many people who had the psp in a semi-brick state. This menu is very limited and only has three options. This one is constructed with characteristics for the 1.50 POC. To access this, you must completely turn off the psp. It completely means pushing the power button for more than 3 seconds, until the screen goes black. Then hold down the R button, turn on the psp. Hold down the R Button, and hopefully you have a screen similar to the images shown at the top of this page. Then you can change what you want from here.

Someone could take a picture of 1.50 recovery mode please ... Thank you ..

2.71 SE / OE Recover Mode[edit]

It is built with features for OE Firmware and 2.71 SE. To access this, completely turn off the psp. It completely means pushing the power button for more than 3 seconds, until the screen goes black. Then hold down the R button, and turn on the psp. Hold down the R Button, and hopefully you have a screen similar to the images shown at the top of this page. Then you can change what you want from here.


M33 Recover Menu[edit]

This one is built with characteristics for M33. To access this, completely turn off the psp. It completely means pushing the power button for more than 3 seconds, until the screen goes black. Then hold down the R button, and turn on the psp. Hold down the R Button, and hopefully you have a screen similar to the images shown at the top of this page. Then you can change what you want from here.

LE Menu Recover[edit]

This is a recovery menu that you can access from the XMB. This is done by Ketchup, and has many useful settings. This can be downloaded from here (It works until 3.90 M33). This has pandora added in, so you can build a pandora battery with this one.

To install it copy the folder 'seplugins' in the root of your memory stick, this will ask you if you want to overwrite, tell him that ok. Then go to Menu recovery and Enabled. To access this you must press the Button L, and the button of the music note, surrounding the logo PSP. Now you can change the way to access this, and also change many more options.

Semi-brick Undefining[edit]

Go to the Recovery Menu and go to Advanced Settings and press X on Format Flash1 and reset settings, if you think your firmware files are corrupt. If you still do not recover, go to flashx that you could have damaged, then delete everything, and copy the backup you did. If you did not do any backup, there should be some on the internet. Copy and try again. Let's hope this time it works.

Structure of the last Menu Recovery[edit]

'Toggle USB' [edit]

- This allows you to access the memory stick from Recovery mode. (Press X to enable and disable USB Mode.) '



'Configuration ->' [edit]

'Skip Sony Logo' '- Skip Video and Start Sound.' '

'Hide corrupt icons - Hide files shown as corrupted in Game Menu.

'Game folder homebrew' - Allows you to change the kernel / PSP / GAME folder between 1.50 and 3.xx kernels.

'Autorun program at /PSP/GAME/BOOT/EBOOT.PBP' - This allows you to start your psp with a cacera application automatically, instead of starting it from the XMB.

'UMD Mode' - This will interrupt UMD emulation using different drivers. (Enabling a controller allows you to play ISO / CSO games without having to have a UMD inserted)

'Fake Region' - Allows you to Select a False Region on your PSP.

'Free UMD Region' - Enabling this allows you to play all UMDs inserted in the disk bay.

'Hard Reset on Homebrew' - When you exit from home applications, the psp will be turned off instead of going to the Cross Bar Menu (XMB).

'Use VshMenu' '- Enabling this, enable access in normal mode of the XMB only by pressing the HOME button for 3.52 M33 (Select button in 3.71 M33 or later). This allows you to change some settings without entering Recovery mode. (Reliability Speed