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CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by Faltimar » Fri Dec 14, 2012 3:36 pm

Word, it is odd but I switched to Pro C for some reason last night and it worked fine on it. I think i was having some pluging conflict going on...or just installed it wrong.
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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by stoneskull » Fri Dec 14, 2012 4:03 pm

these plugin things are confusing at first, that's normal

but the more you try them out and learn, the easier it gets

it's funny with the psp that you look back on developments from say 2009..
and it seems like it's decades ago, with pages and pages of info and developments from then til now..
there have been so many versions of software and with different cfw's..
and then there are the different models of psp..
it can get overwhelming sometimes.. all the info all spread out over multiple sites and forums..
but one step at a time is all anyone can do
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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by maxblade » Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:03 pm

Can I use a .ptf theme while this cxmb plugin is enabled?

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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by NNNRT » Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:08 pm

maxblade wrote:Can I use a .ptf theme while this cxmb plugin is enabled?
Yes, but it depends on the CTF theme you're using. I use the PS3 CTF theme with a PTF applied, so here's what you do.
1- Choose your CTF theme.
2- Restart your PSP.
3- While still on OFW, apply a PTF theme.
4- Now launch your LCFW, the themes must have been mixed! :D
I'm sure someone will tell me that I can just disable CXMB then enable it, but I chose the faster & easier way. ;)

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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by maxblade » Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:32 pm

I'm on 6.60 ME so I should dual boot to OFW first?

Edit:
I've just remember if I boot to OFW and back to CFW the theme will disappear.
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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by NNNRT » Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:57 pm

maxblade wrote:I'm on 6.60 ME so I should dual boot to OFW first?
It doesn't matter what LCFW you're on. It's simple: when you shutdown your PSP, the next time you turn it on it comes to OFW. ;)
And from OFW you do what I explained. ;)

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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by maxblade » Tue Feb 19, 2013 4:10 pm

NNNRT wrote:
maxblade wrote:I'm on 6.60 ME so I should dual boot to OFW first?
It doesn't matter what LCFW you're on. It's simple: when you shutdown your PSP, the next time you turn it on it comes to OFW. ;)
And from OFW you do what I explained. ;)
By the way I'm on a Permanent 6.60 ME CFW not LCFW.

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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by NNNRT » Tue Feb 19, 2013 5:22 pm

maxblade wrote:
NNNRT wrote:
maxblade wrote:I'm on 6.60 ME so I should dual boot to OFW first?
It doesn't matter what LCFW you're on. It's simple: when you shutdown your PSP, the next time you turn it on it comes to OFW. ;)
And from OFW you do what I explained. ;)
By the way I'm on a Permanent 6.60 ME CFW not LCFW.
Oh if so you must disable CXMB.PRX, reset the VSH, apply the PTF theme, then reset the VSH again. You're done! :D

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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by naki-the-curious » Tue Feb 19, 2013 6:22 pm

on the permanent ME CFW I think you can press the home button during cold booting to go into OFW
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Re: CXMB for 6.60 ME released *UPDATE*

Post by swein » Tue Feb 19, 2013 6:48 pm

GOOD :) thank you
in the psp's world, nothing is imposible...

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