I wanted to quickly create a list of my backups. I didn't have any app that could do it, so I wrote a simple one and would like to share it. There might be other (more professional) apps, but it's nice to have alternatives.
The application scans for games in a directory and creates a list of games names and their respective IDs.
The list can be saved to a text file. Also games trophies can be browsed if they're available.
Hope you like it!
Added support for scanning games in network shared folders (proper permissions should be set)
Browsing trophies while scanning for games.
Double click an item on the list to show its text on a tool-tip.
4w ago - Following up on his previous update, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Quake of SubZero Dezigns has updated his PS3 homebrew application called Simple PS3Updates to version 1.6 Build 2 Final with the changes outlined below.
7w ago - Following up on his previous update, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Quake of SubZero Dezigns has updated his PS3 homebrew application called Simple PS3Updates to version 1.6 with the changes outlined below.
To quote via e-mail: I'm just stopping by to let you guys in on Simple PS3Updates 1.6 build #1. I finally finished converting List to MS Access Database. If you haven't noticed the Update Available on start up (1.5.4), here's what's new.
9w ago - Following up on the previous updates from BwE, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer sinsizer has made available PS3 NOR / NAND Statistic Beta for those interested in validating and checking their PS3 NOR / NAND dumps.
This tool works different than other validators. Instead of outputting a full log, it will output an error.log, if validate is checked. But see for yourself.
Always patching 3.55 is recommended to see if the patched statistic is right/green. ckp_management_ID values have to be equel as well as per_console_nonce (should be stated in error.log if not). There is one easy rule! If the error.log contains an entry, your dump is definitly broken!
Ros section is excluded from validation. Why? It's easy to repair, the hole section gets patched...