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The only thing that will remove this is by upgrading to a newer official firmware, which at the time of writing does not exist.
Completely shut down your psp by holding down the power button or removing the battery (make sure you are NOT going into sleep mode)8.
Go to the PSPMOD site linked above for further assistance.
If you ever power your PSP off simply run this application again to enable custom firmware.How to update the PSP custom firmware: Since the 3.90 M33 version, it is possible to update the custom firmware directly from the "network update" menu.This is designed to remove custom firmware easily and restore a classic 1.5 firmware back to your psp. Version 1.5 firmware does not work on the 'Slim" or later models and will 'brick' them.So in case there are others like me, I thought I would share my knowledge. As for reverting to original Sony firmware on a 'Slim' or later, well for now you'll have to keep looking, like I am ;) OK, if you have a PSP Slim and either wireless network access to the internet or a copy of the current official firmware saved to some storage medium When you check out the system information, if your custom firmware (CFW) is version 3.80 M33 or greater (in my case it was 4.01), then the following edited info from PSPMOD applies.THIS INSTRUCTABLE SHOULD REALLY BE TITLED HOW TO USE THE RECOVERY FEATURE ON CUSTOM FIRMWARE PSP'S PROPERLY (But I liked my title more) As all disclaimers say. If your PSP is not a Slim model and the firmware is not as shown above then do not go any further.