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PSN Download Manager 3.97 is Now Ad-Free with Improved Code


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181w ago - Today I have released PSN Download Manager 3.97 which is now ad-free and features improved code among the changes outlined below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] (Under products, PlayStation Download Manager or link on homepage)

The PlayStation Download Manager 3.97 has been released with something you've all been wanting

It no longer displays the annoying advert however for anyone copying this, please don't hotlink or post as attachments. Use the provided adf.ly link as this help's fund web hosting and cover the cost of resource's like bandwidth which is costly in the UK (Rural Areas).

The issue with the application not starting has also been resolved, and seemed to be people missing the latest, Java, .NET and IE.
so make sure you've got the latest versions or follow the troubleshooting instructions; this should run better than older versions

1) The advertisement shown on start-up has been removed
2) The premium membership has been discontinued as it serves no purpose any more (It's ad free)
3) Further improvement to the code as the premium account check has been removed
4) Adjustments to the threading to prevent the application from freezing when checking for new versions (Very rare glitch)
5) Definitely working on firmware 3.66 (Older PS Download Managers may not due to changes in the PSN)

Have a good day,

Jordan Dyckes
(Pixolia Solutions LTD)

PS: blazr, you need the latest version from our official site linked above.. and it can install PKG file's without any errors




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#27 - chrisplettuce - 221w ago
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I'm on 3.41 and I changed hard drives and it deactivated all of my DLC. Will this reactivate my dlc if I use it?

#26 - devilinops - 221w ago
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ok thanks for the reply, very helpful..

#25 - GrandpaHomer - 221w ago
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No - this can't be used to get PS3 online with firmware bellow current one (e.g. 3.50). This only speeds up the downloads and cache them on your PC.

#24 - devilinops - 221w ago
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have a question sorry if it sounds dumb i get what this does just want to know if it also does my question.

can i use this with os 3.41 and get my japanese cam dlc without updating to 3.50? cuz i wanna keep my jailbrake but i also want to dlc to the game i bought.

#23 - Jordandyckes - 221w ago
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Quote Originally Posted by Cyber1000 View Post
Hi nice tool. Ever thought of making a PSNDM for linux? Perhaps even your version will run on linux, since mono has full C# 4.0 support. Ever tried this?

Why I'm asking? My only windows client is my laptop, fileserver and other computers use linux. My fileserver would be perfect for this use. Anyway a console app would be better for linux.

Another question: What is this Plugin (PSDMPlugin_Sample.exe, ...) for? How can you use this?

Regards


Hi, I'll look into a Linux port of the application; it may be a couple of weeks before anything surfaces as I'm not an expert in C# nor Linux.

The PSDMPlugin_Sample.exe allows a C# developer to program, an extra piece of software, You can access the log.txt file to find which games a user has downloaded updates for and the developer can parse a url into the download manager; for example an automated update downloader.

Hi, bloodheaven.

Hope it's working for you, and I'll implement an error message for the port being in use, at the same time as working on a Linux Port.

 

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