What? PS3PROXi is my take on how the PS3.ProxyServer.GUI should have been.
It does all the same stuff, redirects to local files, logs traffic/addresses etc.
Why? As soon as I started to use the original PS3.ProxyServer.GUI, I wanted to create my own. And try to improve upon the original.
Did you say Improved? Yea, I think I have improved it. Added new features like:
• Tray Icon
• Updated GUI
With many more features planned.
NOTE: I currently did this when I should have been revising for exams. I have them for the next week, so I wont be working on [hopefully] adding my planned features.
Planned Features do NOT include a way to bypass the store redirect, this is imposible [To my knowlege], NO iSO Loader etc.
Still Kinda WiP, so excuse any bugs :P
PS3PROXi v1.0 Instructions:
1. Extract all contents into a folder, making sure the config file is there.
2. Run 'PS3PROXi.exe'
3. Go to the settings tab and port of YOUR PC
4. Make sure you PS3 is set to use your PC's IP as the proxy.
V1.0 15/11/09 -Initial Release
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FYI I've actually just been trying my suggestion out, but alas no it doesn't seem to work - the PSP updatelist is slightly different in that it doesn't appear to contain a "required" system version like the PS3 version does - I'm guessing that there is some sneaky stuff going on in the background too as i've editted the psp-updatelist.txt quite heavily trying to get it to work
I suspect anything that needs to be paid for requires activating and therefore will have some kind of hash check during this process - I can't say for sure because i don't know, but this would be my guess. Someone else might know better though.