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PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

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PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by deanial » Wed Dec 07, 2016 5:31 pm

Trying to run BookR on my PS Vita via adrenaline..But, whenever i try to run the app, it get stuck at the gameboot then give me an error (c1-2858-3). Anyone here who have been successful on doing so, mind teaching me how to do it right? BookR version is 8.1. Thank you in advance.
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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by fate6 » Thu Dec 08, 2016 4:50 am

Works fine on my end :/
Do you have a custom theme? some don't work correctly so try disabling game boot in the recovery menu.
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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by deanial » Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:47 am

fate6 wrote:Works fine on my end :/
Do you have a custom theme? some don't work correctly so try disabling game boot in the recovery menu.
tried disabling the gameboot still gave me same result. how should we install the homebrews? is it just similar to installing homebrews on psp?

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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by fate6 » Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:55 am

Yea just shove it in PSP/GAME like you would on a PSP.
In the Vita's case tho it would be "ux0:pspemu/PSP/GAME/BookR/"

I FTP'd it over with VitaShell.
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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by deanial » Thu Dec 08, 2016 3:48 pm

fate6 wrote:Yea just shove it in PSP/GAME like you would on a PSP.
In the Vita's case tho it would be "ux0:pspemu/PSP/GAME/BookR/"

I FTP'd it over with VitaShell.
what is your base game dude? mini or full game? and inside that bookr folder is the eboot.pbp file right? just that file? still got no luck on installing? might try reinstalling adrenaline

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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by fate6 » Thu Dec 08, 2016 6:13 pm

Echochrome demo and yes in the BookR folder has the eboot.

Do you use any plugins at all? if yes try disabling them? Where did you get your version of BookR? is it the "OFW signed" one or a CFW one? I used the one on the wololo download section.
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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by deanial » Fri Dec 09, 2016 3:43 am

fate6 wrote:Echochrome demo and yes in the BookR folder has the eboot.

Do you use any plugins at all? if yes try disabling them? Where did you get your version of BookR? is it the "OFW signed" one or a CFW one? I used the one on the wololo download section.
Thanks man! Disabling the plugins fixed the problem.

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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by Satoshi_Matrix » Fri Feb 10, 2017 5:21 am

Do PS1 to PSP injected eboots not work with Adrenaline or am I doing something wrong?

I'm running 3.60 and have Adrenaline fully working - can access my PSP games and everything.

I want to play the PS1 game Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure on my Vita.

Have a full working copy that works on my 6.60 PSP. It's Folder is SLUS01073 and eboot is 260.4MB.

I put it where I believe it should go: ux0:pspemu/PSP/GAME/SLUS01073/

The XMB detects it, but it fails to launch.
Error code 80010016.

Can anyone assist? Thanks.

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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by fate6 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:00 am

They don't work so nop your not doing anything wrong.
Try ARK if you want to play them but it wont have any sound.
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Re: PSP homebrew via Adrenaline

Post by Satoshi_Matrix » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:21 pm

Oh I see. Well, that kinda sucks. I was hoping I was just making a simple mistake.

Hmm.......is this a limitation of Adrenaline and therefore it will never happen, or will user-converted PS1 to PSP eboot playback be a feature added in with a future release that's simply not yet implemented?

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