Discover How to Unlock PSP by Using Software

Published: 01st April 2010
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If you're searching for a way to figure out how to unlock PSP, there are a couple things you need to think about first. The most important, do you wish to do a software mod using some software and files, or do you want to do a hardware mod with a mod chip? I personally advise to never install a hardware modification and always use software for a variety of reasons. I will go over these below and then show you exactly how to unlock PSP without any risk.

Mod chips do work and will help you unlock your PSP, but there's a fair amount of risks as a result of utilizing one. The biggest one is that a chip will ruin your warranty. I know the last thing you want is to have something mess up with your PSP and not be allowed to send it into Sony to get fixed. Now you are stuck going out and spending a lot of cash on a brand new PSP.

Another reason I recommend you don't use a hard-mod when learning how to unlock PSP is that they're pretty challenging to install. You will be required to open up the PSP, mess around with some of the wires and hardware inside of it, solder the mod chip in there, and then put the whole PSP back together. The risk of having an error is pretty good whenever it comes to changing hardware inside of a gaming system. If you make even one tiny error, you could be left with a broken PSP that doesn't even work.

Hard-mods are also not undoable. After you've done a hardware mod with your PSP, you can't go back and undo it. So that means if something were to go wrong or you simply no longer prefer to have the PSP modded, you can't do anything about it.

So as you can see, the negatives to using a hard-mod far outweigh the positives which is why I recommend you should always use a soft-mod. Using a software modification to unlock your PSP is way easier and more safe to perform. It's as easy as locating the necessary software on the net, downloading them and saving them to a memory stick, and then uploading the software into your PSP.

Software also doesn't void your warranty and the probability of breaking your PSP is very little. Even if anything messes up, it will be a lot simpler to fix the problem since you can just uninstall the software you put onto your PSP and it should be working again.

I hope you now see why it's a bad idea to perform a hardware mod when you're first figuring out how to unlock PSP and you realize how risk-free and easy it is to just use files.

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