31w ago - Following up on his previous updates, PlayStation 3 developer deroad (aka Wargio) has updated the PS3 homebrew store via PSChannel to version 1.10 adding language support followed by v1.11 with details below.
Kakaroto for EFL and gzorin for RSXGL and all the PSL1GHT devs
NEVER press the PS button.. it will froze the PS3. It's a bug that i'm trying to solve, but it's not my fault. it's EFL fault
PSChannel v1.11 Changelog:
Changed the PSChannel XMB location to avoid "xmb-e.dl.playstation.net/xmb/l?env=np&serv=PSChannel&cc=us" (now it's under games) - 1.05
Fixed HDD Size bug for all FW
Fixed abort bug
Fixed caching bug (now it loads immediately)
Fixed download bug
Fixed download limit bug
Fixed server serverside bugs
Fixed syscalls bugs (now all the fw will reboot)
Fixed exit bug
Fixed performance bug
Fixed copying performance bug
Fixed menu overflow bug
Fixed freeing memory bug
Added performance patches
Changed loading code to do not overload the server
Added Lang support (now you can translate this)
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What is with the game updater? Can't you find game updates from the game setting screen inside MultiMAN? Why do I need it in a store app if I already have it in there?
I just want to see a store that works and people actually support it by actively updating it with the latest versions of the apps in the scene. The few stores I did use were buggy, kinda lame honestly and the content was never updated regularly, rendering it pretty useless.
I must say though that the screenshots of this store make it look better at least interface wise, than anything I've seen so far (maybe except for the one included in JFW DH, but that one doesn't count if it will only be available in that one firmware).
I thought the very same thing while posting this news, and honestly, the way kids are these days in a few weeks time it will be long forgotten like the previous ones as the "next big thing" comes out (whatever that may be) in the PS3 scene. Hopefully we'll be proven wrong though, eh?
Have any of the "homebrew store" projects advanced enough for people to use? I know this must be around the 3rd homebrew store project I've seen but none of them ever got to the point where they were useful.
I really hope someone will step up so we can declare a clear/standard app we can all use as a homebrew store. Do keep us updated on this, PS3 News!