A homebrew launcher similar to qwiks, but with kernel access. That means you can launch ISOs, CSOs, homebrew EBOOTS, and PS1 EBOOTS (no sound) from a bubble! It should have the same compatibilities as a regular ARK bubble.
This checks to see if disc0:/PSP_GAME/USRDIR/PATH.TXT exists; if it does, it launches the path contained therein. Otherwise, it launches the installed menu normally. This means having an ARKLOADER bubble shouldn't conflict with an actual ARK-2 installation (note: I only tested this with an actual ARK-2 bubble.)
1: Edit the PATH.TXT file with the path to your game/hb e.g. ms0:/PSP/GAME/HOMEBREW/EBOOT.PBP
*make sure there's no newline at the end of the file*
2: Open the ARK bubble ISO in UmdGEN and add the PATH.TXT to /PSP_GAME/USRDIR/, then save it as an ISO.
3. sign the ARK ISO with fake_np. Don't use minis or (on 3.30+) a 3.18 exploit game as a base.
3a. If you're already using an ark bubble, you may want to backup your ARK savedata through CMA, then transfer the menu files to the provided ARK savedata.
4. transfer the generated EBOOT and the ARK (3.18) or ARK_12345 (3.36) savedata through CMA.
5. install the generated EBOOT.PBP as a custom bubble.
Note that this probably won't launch ISOs patched with things like prometheus (138Menu checks for EBOOT.OLD, and file size constraints prevented me from including that logic). You'll have to fix those yourself through UmdGEN.
Thanks to qwik for the kxploit and the 3.36 bubble, and wth for the 3.18 bubble.
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