Psp updating modified memory
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.
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.
Owners of the PSP 1000 and old 2000 versions will find that a majority of the CFW choices out there are permanent.
Once it appears in your File Explorer (It’ll appear like a memory stick), open it up.
You should see a folder named PSP (If your archive contained a folder named GAME, then open up the PSP folder).
Extract your folder here as if you’re overwriting the folder, as your computer should only add the new files.
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.