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PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

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nokel
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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by nokel » Mon Sep 28, 2015 12:23 pm

ok, so please forgive me because I can be a massive nub and trying to hack the vita is significantly harder (or requires more hoops to jump through) than literally anything else I've tried to hack... I followed the tutorial to a "T", and the best I've been able to do is delete my psp games without deleting the bubbles... I'm pretty sure I did everything right, so why did the vhbl not install? or, if it did, where did it install?

the following picture is how the folders are set out and what's inside...

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EDIT: Ok, so it seems like it did actually work, but I still don't have a bubble on my home screen, is this because we have to make our own bubbles for it?

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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by quetz » Mon Sep 28, 2015 5:06 pm

I'd like to give this a try, but i'm gonna wait a accurate procedure to run VHBL ;) And to set up a proper bubble for launching it.
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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by deathblade200 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 5:32 pm

SMOKE wrote:
falaschi wrote:Thanks smoke! I hava a question. With this i can play my psp backup (iso)? I'm on 3.51 and dont have any psp game exploit.
Thanks in advance!
I dunno I haven't messed with ePSP stuff in a while (since 3.18) so I don't know what all is possible on latest firmwares.
Xana wrote:May I ask how you created the pdb files, or is that supposed to be hush-hush?
The files are there, anyone can hex edit the paths to install things anywhere on ux0


man not to sound like a d.ick but don't you think you should have actually tested it first to give us proper methods on how to install stuff such as iso/cso instead of pretty much going ok here you go tough s.hit figure it out for yourself? are we suppose to fake sign the iso/cso to make it an eboot? and would that even work


EDIT: email says "this file is not compatible with your system" idk if thats the message you meant but then you went on saying "Once you have installed both files, reboot your Vita." what files? I sent using thunderbird

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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by shinenyuri » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:41 pm

I know I might just be stupid asking this. But I don't have any app that needs an update and I'm in Rejuvenate atm.

Anyway, that's not the problem, the problem is I actually have an app that needs update. That would be both PSM Devs, but even though they ask update they won't show it in Live Area so I cannot use this trick.

I did read a comment saying something about Netflix, I dunno about that, been unactive for a while. Can anyone explain it to me? Or if not, just direct me to where that is written.

deathblade200
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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by deathblade200 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:50 pm

shinenyuri wrote:I know I might just be stupid asking this. But I don't have any app that needs an update and I'm in Rejuvenate atm.

Anyway, that's not the problem, the problem is I actually have an app that needs update. That would be both PSM Devs, but even though they ask update they won't show it in Live Area so I cannot use this trick.

I did read a comment saying something about Netflix, I dunno about that, been unactive for a while. Can anyone explain it to me? Or if not, just direct me to where that is written.

using cma find a game that previously updated and delete its "patch" folder then when you move it back onto your vita it will update again

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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by jazneo » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:20 pm

this is the error i getting not the image error you said

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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by deathblade200 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:24 pm

jazneo wrote:this is the error i getting not the image error you said

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yep exact error I mentioned in my post I've tried both outlook and thunderbird

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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by xXDarkCodeXx » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:48 pm

deathblade200 wrote:
jazneo wrote:this is the error i getting not the image error you said

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yep exact error I mentioned in my post I've tried both outlook and thunderbird
Me too.
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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by cheeyee09 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:57 pm

The following warning should be in BIG RED fonts. I tried this and all my games/custom bubbles got deleted. Even then, no bubble created for the EBOOT.PBP. I think the tutorial should be explained how the EBOOT.PBP should be created and probably show display of the end result.

WARNING: This wipes out your GAME folder! Make backups before using this!

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Re: PSP-Installer - Write to /PSP/GAME/ on all firmwares

Post by SMOKE » Mon Sep 28, 2015 8:20 pm

Of course I tested it.. It works fine. It's not my fault some people can't follow basic instructions.

I shouldn't have even released this. With the recent developments, people don't know what's possible and what's not anymore. I understand all the recent news is confusing to everyone.


EDIT:
Updated the thread with some screenshots. Maybe now it'll make more sense

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