Sunday, October 28, 2007

~How to install PSP Tube and watch Youtube videos directly off PSP with wifi connection~

Custom search my site and other psp affiliated sites to find what you're looking for.

NOTE: This is a tutorial to install PSP Tube and watch Youtube videos on your PSP by going online on your PSP with wifi connection. This program uses firmwares 1.00, 1.50, or a 3.XX custom firmware. This only works with non-wpa key internet connections, with some exceptions. This tutorial is based on your kernel set at 3.XX if you have a 3.XX custom firmware.

Things you need:

  1. PSP Tube file:
  2. PSP with firmware 1.00, 1.50 or custom firmware 3.XX.
  3. A Youtube account and a Youtube developers account.

Step 1:

Make sure your PSP is one of the listing firmwares. Download the above PSP Tube file. Make a Youtube account here: Once you have a Youtube account, you need to make a Youtube Developers account here: To register, you will need to input a few answers to simple questions, just put whatever. Then afterwards, you will receive a Developer ID you will need later.

Step 2:

Depending on your firmware, you will need to move the ‘100’, ‘150’, or the ‘200over’ file over to the corresponding folder. [Ex: the ‘200 and over’ folder would be used for a user with a custom firmware 2.XX+ such as 3.40 OE or 3.52 M33 or 3.03 OE. And it would be moved to the ‘Game’ folder in the ‘PSP folder’ on the base of your memory stick]. Now you will need to use the Developer ID you have acquired. From the PSP Tube folder on your PSP, click on the ‘100’, ’200over’ or ‘150’ folder(which ever you chose to copy over), and locate the ‘psptube.cfg’ file and open it with Notepad.

Look at my picture, scroll all the way down in the file like so. And notice where it says

[dev_id = "ABCDEFGHIJK"

dev_id = ""]

You need to imput your Developer ID in between the quotation marks where I show in the picture labeling “here”. Now after you do that, save the file and exit out of it.

Step 3:

Now exit out of USB mode and head over to the ‘Game’ tab and then to ‘Memory Stick’ click on that and then you will see the PSP Tube icon, so click on that. It will ask you which network connection you want to use, then press ‘O’ not ‘X’, because ‘X’ will exit out of it. That’s it, hope you like it and enjoy :D.


If you have any problems just ask, I’ll do my best to help you. If the above link is dead, just ask, and I will re-upload it for you. Perhaps you might not be able to create a Developer’s ID, if not then use this one: ‘k0S_9z-k3kU’.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

*How to play PS1 games on your PSP*

Custom search my site and other psp affiliated sites to find what you're looking for.

NOTE: This tutorial shows you where you what you need in order to play PS1 games on your PSP and how to make/where to get the games.



*Custom Firmware/ Sony Firmware 3.00+ with access to PS3- Playstation Store.

*USB cord

*Access to PS1 ISO/ PS1 downloadable game from Playstation Store.

Note: This program requires either of the following:

  1. A PSP with firmware 3.00+. This firmware enables the PSP to play PS1 games, but you must also be able to download the PS1 games from the Playstation Store on a PS3.
  2. A PSP with custom firmware such as 3.03 OE, 3.40 OE, or 3.52 M33. These firmwares are able to run PS1 iso files or PS1 EBOOT files. Refer to my tutorial here: How to turn your PS1 Games into playable PSP Games.


  1. If you have a PSP with firmware 3.00+ you can play PS1 games on it. All you need to do is download the PS1 game from the Playstation Store on the PS3 System. Then put the games in the ‘GAME’ folder.
  2. If you have a custom firmware, such as 3.03 OE,3.40 OE, or 3.52 M33, you can play PS1 games by using ISO files or EBOOT files that represent the game. You put the ISO file in the ‘ISO’ folder in the base of the Memory Stick. You put the EBOOT file in the ‘GAME’ folder with your kernel set at 3.XX.


If you still can’t get it to work, just ask and I’ll do my best to fix your problem.