Yesterday, we shared with you an alternative application to flash your PlayStation Portable (PSP) units. It's called Lua Flasher and was coded by splodger15. Some of you mentioned that there are a lot mre stable apps out there but as we said, it's good to have alternatives.
With that said, allow us to inform you that homebrew developer mooser dropped by QJ Forums a while ago and released a different flashing application, Super Flasher. Just like most applications of this nature, Super Flasher allows you to flash a background, font, gameboot, bootsound, and icons to your PSP. If you want to give this a try, just follow these few simple steps:
1. Extract all folders into the root of your memory stick (ms0:/)
2. Put your "ltn0.pgf/gameboot.pmf/01.bmp-12.bmp/opening_plugin.rco/topmenu_plugin.rco" in a folder called SF (ms0:/SF/)
3. Load up Super Flasher
4. And you can flash what is highlighted with X or restore with ()
5. Press exit when done
Even though some of you are quite familiar now with flashing, please remember that there's always the chance, however small, of bricking. So please browse through the readme file a couple of times and follow the steps strictly.
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