Release: Wagic for OFW (yes, signed homebrews are a reality on the PSP)

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89 Responses

  1. ness151 says:

    unable to get Wagic to run on 6.37ME-6. Bluescreens after starting from xmb using the modified/signed Eboot listed in the directions.

    Dump is here: http://www.mediafire.com/?7o8ubc7ofwtl3g5

  2. ak says:

    I’m having trouble extracting the new Eboot file. Is this file still available? WinRAR indicates that it is corrupted. please help…

    Thanks,

  3. toBsucht says:

    @ak the best thing is if you use easypbprx to sign (and shrink) the eboot. It supports up to 8mb eboot other tools only 4mb. With this tool you have a higher chance to run the homebrew. Download it @ http://www.mediafire.com/?2se6hczv4sfhr7i check out the signed homebrew list ~200 signed hb´s @ page 1 ;)

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