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Talented PS2 developer SP193 has stop by our forums to let us know about his latest update to his very useful PS2 utility know as the PlayStation 2 Identification Tool . With version v0.810R the developer has made some new improvements since it's previous update that came exactly a year prior. With this tool you can do many things such as Dump the boot ROM, DVD-ROM, ROM Chip, Memory Cards and much more. This tool supports multi-languages and is a very good PS2 utility. [break]..[/break] View all the details below.
Developer Sandroron is back again with and this time has a new Exclusive release for PSX-Place.com with the release of Swing Copters (Final) for the PS3. Thanks to fellow developer 3141card who has updated the PS3 LuaPlayer to v5.2.3 with some nice improvements that Sandroron has taken advantage of like adding SOUND to the LuaPlayer. So with this version of this Swing Copters Port, it now contains sound. Also you can now exit the game using the PS Button and In-Game XMB. View some of the screenshot and information below of this fun PlayStation 3 Homebrew Port of this popular game that was originally developer by Flappy Bird Indie Game developer (Dong Nguyen). Thanks goes out to both 3141card and Sandroron for all the work they have done to make this an impressive and fun PS3 Port..
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Developer Quake has updated §imple PS3Updates, a application that you can use on Windows to download PlayStation 3 game updates. The application, now in build eight of version 1.6, fixes a file handling issue and other minor bugs.[break].[/break]
Developer Habib is back with an update to his Toolbox and his standalone QA Flag for Cobra custom firmware 4.65 users. The below still requires 'CFW Habib 4.65 with Cobra Toggle' or any other '4.65 Cobra Edition' custom firmwares. The developer does mention plans [break].[/break] to make this work on all versions of CFW in the future. The below download includes the update Habib Toolbox and the standalone version.
CyanogenMod PSP-C has another update courtesy of developer Joel16 who dropped by our forums yesterday. CyanogenMod PSP-C has seen many testing builds and in test build four you can see many more improvements from the developer. Joel16 does mention that after this release version[break].[/break] 2.2 will see its first stable build and he plans on working on the gallery app and homebrew/backup launcher next. Stay tuned for further updates to this fantastic piece of PSP homebrew!
The PlayStation 3 homebrew application PSNPatch has another update. Developer KW has rolled out version 4.65.10 with a few changes that include improved detection and displaying of your consoles IDPS. The update also manages the handling of files for webMAN and a few tweaks[break].[/break] to the UI have also been made. The changelog is listed below and be sure to check out our PSNPatch thread which can also be found via the link provided at the bottom of this article.
Following the footsteps of Aldostools' IRISMAN, Orion has now also released the latest version of GameSonic Manager to include a LITE version of the manager. Also in this update Orion has corrected a few bugs within the manager concerning PlayStation 1 Games. View all the details of this update below: [break].[/break]
Developer HABIB (aka smhabib) has made a breakthrough in regards to Q/A Flag support on 4.XX CFW. Now thanks to the developer's efforts user's can now toggle and use the feature on 4.xx CFW. HABIB has shared the source code with a standalone package, then also updated HABIB Toolbox to add support for the new Toogle QA and plus some other features as seen below in the information provided:
Here is some exciting news for the PS Vita scene. Developers Mr.Gas and Major_Tom have released a proof of concept video showcasing PSP homebrew running on the PS Vita without the need of VHBL. The video shows the PS Vita is running Sony's latest firmware 3.30. Titled "[PSPEMU] LiveArea Homebrews running on PSVita 3.30" one can be sure that this is a new PSP Emulator hack. This new hack will run on any Vita firmware up to 3.30. Lets hope that this exploit does not get an easy patch.
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