QCMA 0.4.1 released, fixes a critical bug with folder scanning
Even though it has been less than a day since we reported on the update of codestation‘s QCMA to version 0.4.0, he has come across a bug that he had not noticed prior to the release of the last version. According to him, due to an oversight, QCMA would not stop rescanning files into the database, not even when you are transferring files over to the Vita nor was it working at all for Windows users. This quick update should fix any issues people encountered with 0.4.0, so an update is recommended.
What is QCMA?
Qcma is a cross-platform application to provide a Open Source implementation of the original Content Manager Assistant that comes with the PS Vita. QCMA is meant to be compatible with Linux, Windows and MAC OS X.
Yeah. The official Content Manager Assistant kinda sucks, and we, the PS Vita users, prefer to use alternatives. QCMA, in particular, runs on Linux, which the official Sony client does not. It’s also much more flexible and does not require your machine to talk to Sony’s servers while using the client. Useful if you don’t want to update your console.
Changelog for QCMA 0.4.1
- Do not re-escan database automatically while transferring files.
To get your hands on the latest version of QCMA, simply head on over to codestation‘s GitHub release page and download the version your OS uses. In case you don’t want to do so simply click the following links for: Linux, MacOS (for no-ffmpeg link click here) or Windows.