Release: Half Byte Loader R113 for OFW 6.37 (and below)


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118 Responses

  1. spider-monkey says:

    Damn downgrade my psp30003g from 6.35 to 6.20 :D now im gonna try to downgrade to 5.03 :D

  2. NEHAshu says:

    i got conformed from other links and i downgraded my psp go 6.31 to 6.20…yeah…yeppie
    nw m gona put sum cxmb themes ;)

  3. universalconsole says:

    Customize your hen or iso loader

    Open eboot.pbp with pbp unpacker and add these files

    -back up your eboot first-

  4. mr-crazy says:

    have 6.5 on 3004 but g=downgrader says please wait and shuts of

  5. Alexander says:

    Downgraded forom 6.35 to 6.20 XD thanks Davee

  6. toBsucht says:

    2 all on a ofw 6.37
    Fake_NP: put your HomeBrew into NPdemo (or iso up to 120mb)
    it isn´t easy but looks like possible. btw more than 100 signed HB´s.
    Thanks for rt

  7. OMightyBuggy says:

    Any news on a 6.37 HEN? I really want a loader to play my backups and not carry 40 UMDs.

    • toBsucht says:

      OMighty times play 4 u XD have u take a look to the fake np if u manage to sign your backup u can may play some. If the backup is a littel more than 120 doesn´t matter becouse u can shrink images 4example patapon2 by cobaltex & splash down from ~100 to 50 MB. Good luck 2 u and the other 6.37 user.^have look and see the big signed hb list it tooks a long time 2 run all the hb with the hbl.

  8. Meelis says:

    Any ideas is it that stuff works on Nintendo Wii? Here was mentioned that its for Wii as well and other consoles. I would like to test it to run homebrew on wii. Is it possibe that i can screw up something with that program in console? How i should place the files on wii? In the same way to same location? I am not sure is it the wii has the same names folders. Probabli not the same folders… Do i need to rename some folders then?

    Any suggestions will be a aprishiated.

  9. trish says:

    can some plz download the *video to installing hbl r113* my internet jus came off it u cud plz upload it to or w.e just leave the link here tyvm

  10. trish says:

    btw im on my psp u dnt have to convert it ty

  11. trish says:

    btw i dnt understand the read me sorry im dum :(

  12. Zubi says:

    do you think that OpenIdea ISO loader could be used as some sort of stepping stone for the HBL r113, since it lets u work with eboots?

  13. toBsucht says:

    new iso loader rev get it @ and all know homebrews

    report fresh stuff tn hen ofw signed stuff

  14. j3 says:

    get it going wololo, pls work on the psp 3000 6.37 hen.

  15. dan says:

    sorry if this is a stupid question, but if people can port pc games like doom, quake 2 and duke nukem 3d, would it be possible to port a game like vampire the masquerade bloodlines to the psp, (or psp2 when it comes out) that would be awsome ^_^

  16. monja? says:

    what game?

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