Updating your psp
Step 3: Before you copy the file to the Memory Stick Duo, you first need to create a few folders.
On the stick, create a folder called PSP, then create a folder inside that called GAME, and finally create a folder inside GAME called UPDATE.
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Keep in mind, however, that if your want to run homebrew programming, updating your firmware might not be the best choice.
The most straightforward way to update your firmware is by using the "system update" feature on the PSP itself.
You need to have a wireless internet connection in order to use this method, so if you connect your computer via a cable or telephone connection and don't use the internet on your PSP, you'll need to choose a different option.
Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as double-clicking an EXE file and watching the magic happen.
With a PSP, in order to update the firmware, you have to follow a couple of steps.