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PS3 USBLD Loader Source Code and USBAdvn Patcher Released!

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274w ago - Just over a month ago Ifcaro released PS3 USBLD Loader v0.3 RC1 & ModHook Versions, which attempted to increase PS2 game compatibility and added a language/driver file folder. For those unaware, PS3 USBLD Loader allows you to run PS2 image back-ups on a PS3 via USB.

This weekend he has made available both the PS3 USBLD Loader Source Code and a Patcher Utility, as follows:

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To quote, roughly translated: The source code of the "Advance USB Loader for PS3" licensed GPLv2. The Web site of the project is: [Register or Login to view links] I hope that it involved more people and more can be improved.

From the ReadMe file: INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPILING USB ADVANCE LOADER

To compile the USB Advance Loader you need to make some previous actions.

First you will need a copy of USB ADVANCE unpacked completely (3MB)

To "enable"...
 

MAG Screenshots & PS3 Trailer Released from Sony Gamer's Day

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274w ago - Sony has [Register or Login to view links] a bunch of new MAG (Massive Action Game), the upcoming 256 player PS3 exclusive, screens at their Gamer's Day.

The graphics seem rather average but the game is still deep in development and, due to the huge map and battle sizes, mediocre graphics are not surprising.

However, the first MAG gameplay trailer from Sony Gamer's Day 2009 for PS3 is also available.

So those who think the screens look bad, perhaps think again.




 

PSP Firmware 5.03 TIFF Hello World Exploit Released!

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276w ago - The days of running homebrew on PSP-3000 console are drawing near, as PSP developer MaTiAz released a TIFF-based "Hello World" exploit this weekend.

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To quote, from the included ReadMe file: Hello World for PSP firmware 5.03

The days of TIFF based exploits aren't long gone, at least not yet
Here's the third TIFF exploit for the PSP, enjoy.

Just copy the files to the memory stick root, disconnect USB and go to photo menu. Don't dismiss the exploit even if it doesn't work on the first time, it's *very* unstable. You might get it working on the first time, but you might as well have to try it 20 times!

The h.bin is loaded to 0x08800000, and the text address of paf.prx is passed in $a0 to the binary code. You can then trick out function imports, like for example sceDisplayWaitVblankStart:

sceDisplayWaitVblankStart = (void*)(paf_addr+0x15F068);

This release works _only_ on fat PSPs. The slim version will come out later.

I'm not gonna include a list of credits here, I'll just forget some important names and...
 

Nintendo Wii Backup File System (WBFS) GUI v2 Released

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278w ago - Another GUI for WBFS (Wii Backup File System) version 2 is now available, which is the file system Waninkoko's USB Loader uses.

This one by Maximillion is a lot more stable than the previous GUI posted earlier.

If you're having problems with the previously posted one, then give this one a shot.

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Impaler Wii iSO Installer v1.1 (WBFS GUI Version) Released!

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278w ago - It seems there has been a lot of confusion on how to properly use the port of Kwiirk's WBFS Wii Backup File System for Windows.

Apparently the confusion lies in the fact that many people do not know how to use the CLI in Windows. This is not a surprise as a lot of people have never used DOS commands before.

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So to make things a little easier MorrisPS has released a GUI for the tool which can list, add, and remove the ISO files from a currently installed WBFS hard drive.

This should make things a lot easier for those who don't know anything about Windows CLI.
 
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