Before you proceed with the installation, make sure you have downloaded the correct version of the custom firmware (CFW) that matches your PlayStation Portable (PSP) model and official firmware (OFW) version. Installing a 6.60 CFW on a PSP that has a 6.61 OFW can cause serious damage to your device and make it unusable. This is called bricking your PSP. If you are not sure which version of CFW or OFW you have or need, please ask for help in the comments section. Do not take any risks with your PSP. A careless mistake can result in a (metaphorical) fire.
Once you have verified that you have the correct version of CFW for your PSP, you can proceed with the installation process. Follow the instructions carefully and do not turn off your PSP or remove the memory card during the installation. This can also cause bricking your PSP. The installation may take a few minutes, so please be patient and wait for it to finish.
After the installation is complete, you can enjoy the benefits of having a CFW on your PSP. You can run homebrew applications, play games from other regions, customize your themes and settings, and more. However, you should also be aware of the risks and limitations of having a CFW. Some games or applications may not work properly or at all on a CFW. You may also lose access to some online features or services that require an OFW. You should always backup your data before installing or updating a CFW.
If you ever want to revert back to an OFW, you can do so by using the official update file from Sony. However, this will erase all the data and settings on your PSP, so make sure you have a backup before doing this. You should also check if your PSP model is compatible with the OFW version you want to install. Some older models may not support the latest OFW versions. If you have any questions or problems with installing or using a CFW or an OFW, please feel free to ask for help in the comments section. 0efd9a6b88