Version 8.3 (30/05/2011) ChangeLog from Version 8.2 (12/03/2011):
8.3.0 - Added Support for 2 connected USB drives with the Games List Filtering [L2+R2+L1].
8.3.0 - Games List Filtering Last State is now saved & restored on Startup (showing HDD, USB or ALL Games).
8.3.0 - Added proper spoof detection for any CFW version, both original & spoofed versions are shown.
8.3.0 - Added [USB Mount] support for FW 3.15,now works on OFW/CFW ver 3.15, 3.41 and 3.55 .
8.3.0 - Added a Smart-Scan function that provides fast Startup/Games Listing if no devices change occurred.
8.3.0 - Added the Option to Enable/Disable "Notification Dialogs" from Settings Menu [Select].
8.3.0 - Added the Option to Enable/Disable "Background Music" from Settings Menu [Select].
8.3.0 - Added more Optimization to the Game Copy function/Showing the Progress-Bar for all Games copied.
8.3.0 - Added a new 3D like Display Mode, the "Home Theatre". Credits to "CondorStrike" the great artist behind it.
8.3.0 - Added the Option to Show/Hide Games List with [L3] for the new "Home Theatre" Display Mode.
8.3.0 - Added Support for "Hermes v4/Syscall8" payload to version 3.41/3.55. Credits/Respect to "Hermes".
8.3.0 - Added Support for "PL3" payload to version 3.15/3.41. Credits to Anonymous for his great "Payloader3".
8.3.0 - Added Support to multiMAN's [XMB Last Game Played] shortcut, Last played Game can be mounted from XMB.
8.3.0 - Added Support for Loading USB Games with Big/Split-files by caching the Split-Files to internal HDD.
8.3.0 - Added Support for [Ext/USB Game Data Install] it can be Enabled/Disabled for a Game using [L1+R3].
8.3.0 - [Split-Files caching] & [Ext/USB Game Data Install] implementation is 100% compatible with multiMAN : - both managers will share the same folders to preserve HDD space. Credits/Respect to Dean/multiMAN's Author.
8.3.0 - Added the Option to Delete specific Game's cached files (Split-Files & USB Data Install) with [Start].
8.3.0 - Added Support for the Left Analog Stick (Up/Down same as L2/R2 = Fast Scroll, Left/Right = Page up/down).
8.3.0 - Added the option to Restart the Manager with [Start+Select] to refresh the Games List/Settings if needed.
8.3.0 - Fixed a bug in the FTP Server which prevented some FTP clients from connecting, thanks to Plastrd.
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I'm concentrating on a BM compilation that will allow you to extract firmware 3.42 update demand with new titles. I think it's good work that the French added to American's hard work, but I'm trying to back up the new games not see a picture of the start up screen on old ones. Back to my monstrosity of a mess that is tricking Sony's update! and I'm OUT!
For those curious, Rogero PS3 Open Backup Manager v6.2 removes the Hermes Patch code to comply with his v3 Payload.
To quote, roughly translated: Rogero offers a new version of its manager in V6.1 qui is based on the Open Manager, like any other kind of applications you can copy your originals on your storage media inside and outside, start your backup.
This game managers display a wallpaper of your games when you pass it. It will be noted on the patch manager Hermes are disabled by default and they only become active when using payload supporting Peek / Poke commands (PSGroove v1.1, v1.0 Hermes ...) in order to avoid compatibility problems with the first payload. You can also enable / disable "live load" with L3.
You can find both versions in the archive, a backup, replacing the default manager (with ID LAUN12345) and another using the ID LAUN12350.
http://www.logic-sunrise.com/news-154027-sizefiles-savoir-si-vos-backups-contiennent-des-fichiers-de-plus-de-4gb.html is a Windows program can be used whether your PS3 backups contain files larger than 4GB and is developed by gr3go from ps3addict.
Indeed it often facilitates between internal and external disk without knowing whether the backup will contain files larger than 4GB, this concern will be resolved with this program that detects files larger than 4GB in a backup folder
Using very simple:
1) Drag and drop the file from the backup example BLES00669 (Assassin Screed 2)
2) Press "Search" and the program tells you if your backup is consistent or not, on FAT32, that is compatible external hard drive.