From what I can conclude, when I downloaded and re-compressed the homebrew files into a zip, I must have accidentally put all of the files inside of a folder called "Install" before I actually compressed it down to the "install.zip" needed for the process. When I ran the install through HBL, the instillation when through correctly and extracted everything fine, however instead of placing the homebrew file into the "GAME" folder on the memory card, it placed it in a new directory called "Install" instead. Now, whenever I open HBL and browse to the homebrew, I have to go out of the "GAME" directory and into this new one in order to launch GPSP.
Normally, I wouldn't be so OCD about something like this and just deal with the one extra step to load my emulator. My issues began when I decided that I wanted more GBA roms on my Vita. Normally, what I was doing was using the Vita's "Settings" menu to delete the corrupted files and reinstalling them with everything I need. However, because HBL installed this homebrew into a different directory, I cannot browse to and delete GPSP from the Settings menu. So now, I have about 400mb of info on my card that I cannot gain access to and/or remove.
Does anyone have any suggestions? At this point, I have done everything I can think of outside of formatting the card and starting over, which I don't want to risk if I don't have to. Is there a homebrew file that will allow me to edit files on the memory card?
Any help is appreciated.