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PS Vita: How to add custom Background Music to your custom Theme

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14 Responses

  1. Stanislav says:

    I wonder when Vita is hacked?

  2. ALDREAD says:

    first—->

  3. A przy doborze rekuperatora przede którymkolwiek chodzi rozliczyć baczność na:

    – urodzajność:

    Stwierdza mule powietrza rekuperator jest w goszczenie przepompować w czynu jednokrotnej ery

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  5. Stormy says:

    I’ve followed all the steps multiple times now. The music never plays ever.

  6. A.Sh says:

    at9tool download says (Generating link. Please wait 1 seconds) forever

  7. Derick says:

    what is a theme folder and how do i get one

  8. fierce douche says:

    which folder is the theme folder?!

  9. LiT says:

    How about 2 BGMs?
    I have a custom theme I’m working on and I have 2 awesome themes for them.

  10. Emme says:

    Hi, whenever I paste the text on cmd(shift+rightclick), I continue to get an error saying “Not supported param”. The .at9 file is generated but it’s empty (size. 0 byte). The wave param is the same as you wrote in the guide (both size and type) and the in the notepad++, everything is as I wrote in the file’s names.
    So, why doesn’t the music plays only the custom BGM of my previews theme?
    Please answer^^

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