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Homebrew Browser Updated to v0.2.5b for the Nintendo Wii

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287w ago - Today a few small things have been added to the Homebrew Browser for the Nintendo Wii console as detailed below. To quote:

The media category bug has finally been fixed as far as I can tell which is good news.

The extracting screen now has a progress bar thanks to Tantric and the network initialisation has been changed to keep retrying if it fails.

Download: [Register or Login to view links]

Changelog:

- Keep retrying networking initialization
- Now shows the progress when extracting the zip files (thanks Tantric)
- Detects the ftpii directory when using a password like ftpii_mypass
- Keep meta.xml name when updating if it has been edited
- Added more error checking when updating HBB, if updating fails it reverts back to the previous version
- Media category becoming unavailable should now be fixed
- Fixed controller screen to display accurate Dpad information
 

PSP Pandora Deluxe Updated to Version 1.3

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307w ago - Hack (or recover) your hand-held real good and proper like with DJB's updated version of PSP Pandora Deluxe; dubbed PPD for short.

Conveniently handle all your Pandora needs with DJB's all-in-one solution... PSP Pandora Deluxe prepares your – preferably second or extra – memory stick to be used with a Pandora Battery. This program will not convert your battery; however, it does include the necessary support tools to do just that.

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PSP Pandora Deluxe v1.3 changes:

- Fixed the Installer (wasn't installing to specified path).
- Added Windows 98SE/ME/2000/2003 Support.
- Added an option to use MSPFormat to format the stick.
- Added an option to inject the Time Machine IPL Loader.
- Added more XMB Support Tools: FuSa screenShoot, JoySens 1.42b
 

Updated: 17 Videos Direct from PS3 Home Beta

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310w ago - Update: Based on feedback received we wanted to clarify that HDR did not shoot these videos or have any part in their creation. They were sent to us anonymously out of the blue and are hosted at Photo Bucket, a popular file sharing website.

That said, Home is coming along nicely and we keep our fingers crossed its availability for everyone will be sooner rather than later. If you've applied for the next round of Beta testers, good luck!

We have a special treat for you this morning thanks to a generous anonymous tipster who put a lot of effort into what you're about to see.

The following videos were taken from the original Playstation Home Beta and the just-updated expansion. The newer videos are towards the top, including the trailer for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull as watched in the Home movie theater.

It should be noted that each "area" of Home such as the movie theater, game room and so on must be downloaded separately when entering them for the first time. At approximately 50MB per area this could take a serious chunk out of one's hard drive.

With any luck we'll have some more first-look Home footage to share in the near future. Until then, enjoy the whopping 17 videos of Playstation 3's Home Beta in action.


 

Nintendo Wii Homebrew Browser Updated

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311w ago - For those not aware, the Homebrew Browser allows you to download the latest homebrew applications and games all through your Wii. You don't need to take your SD card out. You don't even need a computer! You can also delete homebrew you no longer want.

No more dead links, no more extracting files, no more finding out that the homebrew application doesn't include an icon.png and meta.xml in the zip file!

Today it has been updated and now includes several new applications. The changelog is as follows:

14 August 2008:

- DragonMedia Player v0.15 Alpha
- Freecell v0.1
- Guitar Fun v3.0
- ScummVM Rev 33789
- txt-read v1.0
 

MSX Emulator for PSP updated to fMSX PSP v3.5.3

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318w ago - Uberjack has released a maintenance update to fMSX, an MSX series emulator for PSP that supports both MSX and MSX2 cartridge files.

Version 3.5.3 includes a single bug fix and an additional feature which saves ROM type settings between loading sessions, as detailed in the changelog provided below.

Download: fMSX PSP v3.5.3 for CFW 3.X / fMSX PSP v3.5.3 for FW 1.5

Changelog:

* Games/applications that require MSX Audio/MSX Music will no longer crash the emulator if either is disabled in System settings - there will simply be no Y2413/YM8950 audio (PSG and SCC will still render as usual, however)
* ROM type settings are now saved between sessions - up to 500 different ROM's can be tracked by CRC32 value. This adds a slight loading delay when the emulator starts up, as well as a saving delay when the emulator exits (if any changes are made during the session)

The author notes that the aforementioned feature is still experimental and is welcoming any feedback that users may have.
 
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