To quote: Channel File Manager is based on WAD Manager 1.3 and AnyTitle Deleter and allows you to manage your Channels of the Wii Menu.
You can install and uninstall WAD files from storage devices of your choice. The homebrew can also use your Custom IOS.. You must create a folder "wad" at the root of your device (SD Card, SD Gecko or USB device) and put all your WAD files.
If you want to remove a "title" and you do not have the WAD file, please select "Wii NAND" in the choice of device
- Build with libogc 1.7.1
- Build with libfat 1.0.2
- Added SDHC support
- Improvements in USB support
- Added USB 2.0 support (with IOS 202 or IOS 249)
- Changing the system to load Custom IOS :
* Channel File Manager will load the first IOS249
* If IOS249 doesn't exist, it will load the IOS202
* If IOS202 doesn't exist, it will load another IOS
- Added Spanish support (BETA)
- Adding an...
256w ago - Football Manager Live, the eagerly awaited persistent-world game from award winning development studio Sports Interactive, lets you test your football management skills against the rest of the world online for the very first time.
Press Release: FOOTBALL MANAGERTM LIVE HITS THE STREETS
Test your football management skills with the rest of the world online for the very first time
LONDON (January 8th, 2009) - Sports Interactive and SEGA Europe Ltd. can today announce that Football Manager™ Live for PC and Apple Macintosh is available now via digital download at www.footballmanagerlive.com, and will be available from 23rd January in stores.
"Football Manager Live is a very different game to Football Manager - imagine, if you can, a cross between Football Manager, fantasy football, an auction website and some social networking, and you'll be just about there," said Miles Jacobson, Studio Director at Sports Interactive.
"Football Manager Live is the best way to prove your football management prowess to the world, and with a new development model dubbed as "constant development", there will be new features being added to the game every few months, with a lot of these features being based directly on consumer feedback and what the people playing Football...
263w ago - Mickael2054 has released an updated version of his F1Dumper and manager app. This app lets you dump your PSP's Flash1 directly onto your memory stick. Very useful for those who want Flash1 backups.
The app is now at version 2.5 and includes the following changes:
- A completely redesigned interface xmb
- Displaying the battery-top right (with small battery%)
- Displaying the date and time
- Information on ongoing activities at the various operations
- Adding sounds in the menu
- Left and right buttons to skip to the end / early menu
- Fade images
- Possibility to have as many dumps that we want on its MS (thus restoring choice)
- Optimization of operations (more files copied and less bugs)
- Adding the date in the "About this dump.txt"
- Various audits for more security (if the file exists)
- Checking files before erasing the flash1
- Warning if the dump was done with a firmware of another generation "(1.XX/2.XX /...)
- Function "Dumps manager who can remove or restore a dump choice
- CPU overclocked to 333 now
- Changing the Lua Player HM
- Improved USB mode
- When the battery is less than 15%, it is...
264w ago - PlayStation Home Community Manager TedTheDog has outlined a rough overview of the coming weeks leading up to the launch of the PlayStation 3 Home Open Beta. Details are as follows:
To quote: Excited? Me too
Frustrated? Sorry, but not long now.
Here's a rough overview of the coming weeks:
1. The version 1.0 Patch Notes will be published in the closed beta forum so they know what to expect and to help plan testing.
2. A couple of days later Version 1.0 will be released into the Closed beta. That will not happen this week.
3. SCEE will be inviting a large number of extra testers into the closed beta to load test and that process will start within a day or so of v1.0 going live. We wont invite them all straight away, we'll ramp it up over a a period of time. We will be inviting non-English speaking testers for the first time.
Languages covered will be English, French, Italian, German and Spanish. Please remember these are languages, not countries, so more than the immediately obvious countries will be included to a degree. The lists have been chosen already, dont try changing your language to get included!
4. Once we start inviting people in to the Closed Beta the public SCEE Home forums will become the Home beta test...