Saturday, February 15, 2014

OmniScient 6.60 Theme (CTF) 6.60



Originally Posted by mugi
here wee go x.x
lots of pretty little details in it.

tried to keep it simple but polished.
comes with a pack of 6 wallpapers, though couple of them are already implemented
in the theme itself.
(protip: choose original/classic/tasty treat to enable/disable wave and change wallpapers)

word of caution !
i did include a ctf, but it might be unstable, this is entirely tested on flash0,
and while i did load it with CXMB, i give no guarantees that the .ctf actually works properly.

credits:
all hail the nerds who made ctftoolGUI / RCOMage / PRXEditor etc
original organ theme which has inspired me to do my own flash0 themes ever since years ago <3 br="">the community who makes use of this stuff :3

hope you like it.

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Monday, December 23, 2013

PS Vita Firmware 3.01 Released


Sony’s quietly released PS Vita firmware 3.01, a minor update that aims to improve system stability. Beyond that, there are seemingly no other changes. It’s available now for download on Network Update. We’ve included a manual install link below.
It’s worth noting that the update does appear to be mandatory – accessing the PlayStation Store, or any other areas walled off by a PSN login will prompt a system software update.
That said, given the timing and mandatory nature of this update, there’s a chance that it is related to the recent round of PSN maintenance that just wrapped up. Updating some client-side network communication functions under the hood is a possibility. That’s just pure conjecture, though, as Sony’s vague changelog doesn’t exactly give us much to go on. As usual.



Download PS Vita Firmware 3.01 (Direct Link)


Update by Connecting to a PC

Software updates may include security patches, new or revised settings and features and other items, which will change your current operating system. It is recommended that you always maintain your system to use the latest version of the system software.
Before performing a system update, you must set up the Computer (Windows®/Mac) you connect to as described below.
  • Connect to the Internet
  • Download and install Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation® on the computer.
    You can download it from the following website:

    http://cma.dl.playstation.net/cma/‎
1.
On the computer, check that Content Manager Assistant is installed and started.
Windows®:
Look for the Content Manager Assistant icon in the notification area of the taskbar to verify that the application is running:
Mac:
Look for the Content Manager Assistant icon in the menu bar to verify that the application is running:
2.
Connect your system and the computer using a USB cable.
3.
On your system, select [System Update] > [Update by Connecting to a PC].
The latest update file will be downloaded via the Internet using the computer’s network feature.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation.

Notices

  • Do not turn off the power or remove the memory card for the PS Vita system during the update process. Interrupting the update can cause system malfunction.
  • It may not be possible to start the update if the battery charge level is low.
  • The power button and the PS button do not function during the system update process.
  • You may not be able to use some applications or content without first updating the system software.

PS Vita Firmware 3.00 Released



In prep for the impending PS4 launch, Sony’s released PS Vita firmware 3.00. It’s out for download on Network Update now, bringing with it some significant changes and features. Of note is PS4 Link, which has been added a built-in app on the Vita home screen. This application allows users to remotely control a PS4 system and play select PS4 titles via streaming. It also allows the Vita to double as a second screen for supported titles.
Other noteworthy changes include an improved layout for the Friends app, the ability to transfer files from a PS3 to Vita via WiFi. Trophies earned in PS4 titles will also now display on the Vita. According to Sony, rarity of PS4 trophies cannot be displayed, which is an interesting tidbit — it seems Sony plans on listing how rare certain trophies are on PS4.
The changelog in its entirety can be found below.



Source: Exophase


Update by Connecting to a PC

Software updates may include security patches, new or revised settings and features and other items, which will change your current operating system. It is recommended that you always maintain your system to use the latest version of the system software.
Before performing a system update, you must set up the Computer (Windows®/Mac) you connect to as described below.
  • Connect to the Internet
  • Download and install Content Manager Assistant for PlayStation® on the computer.
    You can download it from the following website:

    http://cma.dl.playstation.net/cma/‎
1.
On the computer, check that Content Manager Assistant is installed and started.
Windows®:
Look for the Content Manager Assistant icon in the notification area of the taskbar to verify that the application is running:
Mac:
Look for the Content Manager Assistant icon in the menu bar to verify that the application is running:
2.
Connect your system and the computer using a USB cable.
3.
On your system, select [System Update] > [Update by Connecting to a PC].
The latest update file will be downloaded via the Internet using the computer’s network feature.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the operation.

Notices

  • Do not turn off the power or remove the memory card for the PS Vita system during the update process. Interrupting the update can cause system malfunction.
  • It may not be possible to start the update if the battery charge level is low.
  • The power button and the PS button do not function during the system update process.
  • You may not be able to use some applications or content without first updating the system software.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

PSP 6.60 Custom Firmware Install on any PSP - PSP, PSP Slim, PSP 3000, PSP Go & E1000

1. Updating your PSP to 6.60:

To begin Download the Official PSP 6.60 firmware and update your PSP.

To update the PSP
 simply extract the PSP folder from the 6.60 update RAR file and move it to your PSP's memory stick.

As you can seeAbov, the PSP\GAME\UPDATE folder contains the EBOOT.PBP update.
2. Installing the custom firmware:



Now Download the PSP 6.60 PRO-C2 custom firmware, inside this RAR file need:


  • PROUPDATE
  • FastRecovery
  • CIPL_Flasher


Copy the PROUPDATE to the PSP

 > Game folder on the memory card:you will find 3x folders that you 

Regardless of your PSP model you can safely run the PROUPDATE application:




After running the update press "X" and the custom firmware will install, all been well your PSP will now be running custom firmware until you power it off.

That's it, it's a simple as that your PSP is now running custom firmware and can take advantage of all the additional abilities of a hacked PSP, however read on for information on how to permanently flash the custom firmware if supported by your PSP, or how to enable the custom firmware again if you power your PSP off.


3. Can i permanently flash the custom firmware to my PSP?

Now your PSP
 can run unsigned code we will find out if you can permanently flash the custom firmware to your PSP.


Download PSP Ident

Unzip and copy the program to your PSP
 > Game folder like you did with the custom firmware installer, then load PSP Ident up on your PSP:

You will be presented with lots of information about your PSP, the screenshot below is from my PSP 1000:



We can see that my PSP is a 1.2 the 1 been a PSP 1000 and it has a 79 V3 motherboard, which is capable of having custom firmware permanently flashed to it.

Remember you can only permanently install this firmware on a PSP
 1000 or a PSP 2000 that is not an 88 v3 version.

4. If you can permanently flash custom firmware read on, if not go to 5.

Copy the CIPL_Flasher from the Pro C2 firmware you downloaded to the PSP
 > Game folder on the memory card, then run the application from your PSP to make the custom firmware permanent.


ou can now power your PSP off and still have custom firmware when you power it on again, that's is your PSP is permanently hacked. The only thing that will remove this is by upgrading to a newer official firmware, which at the time of writing does not exist. As its been over 2 years since the last official PSP update was released its unlikely any more system updates will be released by Sony

5. If you can not permanently flash custom firmware:

For PSP's that can not permanently install custom firmware copy the FastRecovery folders to the PSP\Game folder memory card. If you ever power your PSP off simply run this application again to enable custom firmware. The custom firmware will stick until you totally power your PSP off. As mentioned earlier when you normally press the power button the PSP will sleep, to totally power the PSP off you need to hold the power button down for 5 seconds.

6. End result:



*I have  tested and made this firmware permanent on my PSP 1000 and a friends PSP 2000 (Non 88v3). If you are unsure about anything just use the PROUPDATE and enjoy custom firmware. If you ever power your PSP off fully just use the fast recovery program, there is little risk to your PSP doing this.

As 6.60 is the latest official PSP
 firmware you will be able to play any game released to date, you will also be able to connect to the PSN and buy stuff. The best of both worlds I think you will agree .



PSP CFW 6.60 PRO-C2
http://www.mediafire.com/?4m7i3iewp3h...


PSP OFW 6.60(if your already in 6.60 no need to download this)
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php...

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

PSP CFW 6.XX PRO-C Public Beta 0.06


PSP CFW 6.XX PRO-C Public Beta 0.06 is the latest PSP CFW Beta to be made available to the PlayStation Homebrew community for PSP owners . If you are using a older version of PSP CFW 6.XX PRO-C Public Beta , Then is recommended to update to this latest version which was made available to the PlayStation Homebrew community .
Here is a small description of PSP CFW 6.XX PRO-C Public Beta 0.06 and what is meant for .
PRO Online is a WIP (Work in Progress) Project by Coldbird to make Adhoc Titles playable online just like any other Infrastructure Title, without the need of extra equipment (unlike Xlink Kai).
So if you are looking for a PSP Custom Firmware and or plugin to enable users to play certain games in AdHoc Mode, Then look no futher as PSP CFW 6.XX PRO-C Public Beta 0.06 is now available for just that purpose . So go ahead and download the latest version from our download section below , There you will find a download link for this Beta CFW for your PSP . The download link will include 6.20 – 6.35 – 6.39 and 6.60 Beta Custom Firmware . So feel free to install the one that pertain to your PSP Firmware version .
Game currently supported at the moment for AdHooc Features
[ULES-01003] Metal Gear Solid – Portable Ops +
[ULES-00645] Metal Gear Solid – Portable Ops
[UCES-00038] SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3
[ULJM-05800] Monster Hunter Portable 3rd
[CROSSLINKED]Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake
[ULUS-10666] Tekken 6
[ULUS-10513] Split Second Velocity
[ULJM-05553] WARSHIP GUNNER 2 PORTABLE
[ULUS-10086] Untold Legends The Warrior’s Code
[ULES-00066] Untold Legends…: Brotherhood of the Blade…
[ULUS-10638] PANGYA : Fantasy Golf
[ULJS-00237] GOD EATER
[ULES-01230] BLOOD BOWL
[ULES-00819] Worms Open Warfare 2
[ULES-00763] Virtua Tennis 3
[NPUH-10065] Worms: Battle Islands
[UCES-01327] ModNations… Racers
[ULUS-10563] GODS EATER BURST (EU<->US<->JPN)

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

PSP Vita Firmware 1.66 Released.

Recently, PlayStation rolled out the new 1.65 firmware update for PS Vita, which added a couple of small changes to the older firmware. But that is not all, it also had two major effects; one of those effects being the loss of VHBL support, at least for Motorstorm Arctic Edge, and Everybody's Tennis. The other majoy effect that firmware had, was it caused the system to lose the ability to use adhoc play on PSP titles.

Apparently, they have released the 1.66 firmware update, which restores the lost adhoc play feature. Also, it appears you can use SKFU's Vita Pr0xy tool to spoof your PS Vita's system firmware version, which will allow you to access the PSN store. He is a quote from Wololo with more details.


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Thursday, March 29, 2012

6.20/6.35/6.39/6.39/6.60 PRO-B10 MOD 5 Released!


PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 Mod5 are the latest PSP Custom Firmwares to be made available to the PSP Homebrew Community
So if you are using a older version of PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 on your PSP , Then go ahead and get this latest version of PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 Mod5 which could be downloaded from below, There you will be able to find a download link for this PSP CFW for your PSP .
Please note that this PSP CFW PROMOD is a modified version of the official PRO Firmware which the source codes has been made available to the PSP Homebrew Community for free for the CFW developers to use to create and modified the source codes but leaving the credit and releasing the source codes to the homebrew community
is the latest PSP Custom Firmware to be made available to the PSP Homebrew Community . PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 Mod5 is the latest released by the PROMOD team who have decided to released their 5th version of PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 a few hours ago on their google site .
So if you are using a older version of PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 on your PSP , Then go ahead and get this latest version of PSP CFW 6.60 PROMOD-B10 Mod5 which could be downloaded from below, There you will be able to find a download link for this PSP CFW for your PSP .
Please note that this PSP CFW PROMOD is a modified version of the official PRO Firmware which the source codes has been made available to the PSP Homebrew Community for free for the CFW developers to use to create and modified the source codes but leaving the credit and releasing the source codes to the homebrew community 

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6.20 PROMOD Mod5
6.35 PROMOD Mod5
6.39 PROMOD Mod5
6.60 PROMOD Mod5




Alternative 
https://code.google.com/p/procfw-mod/downloads/list