How to Take PSP Screenshots

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Hello guys! I know some of you probably already know how to do this, but for those who don’t, I’ve created this post to help you take screenshots of your games. ^_^ I made it very easy, I’ve already put all the things you’ll need in one folder so you can just copy and paste it. (Please note that you need to have custom firmware 5.00 to 6.60 for this to work.)

Step 1. Download THIS file. (If you are using PSP Go HDD, download THIS instead.)

Step 2. Extract the files. Copy the “seplugins” folder.

Step 3. Paste the whole folder into your PSP’s memory card.

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Make sure that all the contents are inside the folder.
Do not alter anything or else it won’t work.

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Step 4. Exit usb mode and you can now take screenshots on your PSP by just pressing the note button! ^_^

Should you have any questions, feel free to contact me and I will do my best to help you. 🙂

Application Help: AppLocale.

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For some games, like Boku no Shokora, even if you have downloaded and installed the English translated version, you will still see an error upon opening the .exe file. Now to solve this you will simply have to change your locale to Japanese (Japan). But it can sometimes be a pain in the ass changing the locale before playing, then changing it again after you’ve played.

To solve this, you will simply need an app by Microsoft called AppLocaleThis app will enable you to play your games WITHOUT having to change your locale to Japanese (Japan).

You can download the app HERE.

Part 1: Installing AppLocale

1.  Before you open Command Prompt, first go to your apploc.msi file and move it to your drive D:\ or C:\. (This is for you to find the file easily.)
2.  Click Start Button > Type “Command” in the search box.
3.  Right click the application “Command Prompt”. Select Run as Administrator.
4.  A dialog box will appear. Select YES. Command prompt will open.
5.  Type “D:” or “C:” depending on where you put the apploc.msi file. It should look something like this:

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6. Type “apploc.msi” and it should open the installer. If it asks you if you want to run this file, select Run.

7. Just follow the installer instructions and it should install with no problem. 🙂

Part 2: Opening your game

Now that you’ve installed AppLocale, you may now use it to open your game. How? Just follow these steps.

1. Open AppLocale.

2. It will show you a Welcome message. Click Next.

3. If you see a launch application option, click browse.

4. Select the .exe file of your chosen game. Like this:

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5. Select Open. Click Next>Next>Finish. (Note: do NOT alter the Language of the application. AppLocale will automatically detect that it’s Japanese. Just click next until you are finished.)

6. You may now play your game.  \(^ ^)/