_Slash_ has updated Play Manager to v1.11 with 4.82 CFW (CEX) Support and also some Temp notifcation options. This fork of Iris Manager called Play Manager by _Slash_ does not steer to far off the mother project (unlike IRISMAN that adds many features to the Iris Manager base), The iris manager project stopped by forks have carried it into future CFW support and Play Manager brings the original flavor with some tweaks to 4.82. A very functional manager but if your used to IRISMAN, it might (or maybe not) seem like a downgraded version depending on what type of features you use .
After a long time of inactivity in the scene, I leave you the new version of the Play Manager.
Play Manager v1.11
- Added support for the CFW 4.82 CEX
- Added the option of temperature notifications
- Several minor corrections
To show the notification only once, simply press the button combination on the SELECT + L2 on the XMB, if you want the notifications to stop showing, simply press and hold the SELECT + L2 buttons until you hear a beep on the button. the console (this means that they have been activated permanently), to deactivate them, simply press SELECT + L2 again and you will hear two beeps in the console indicating that permanent notifications have been deactivated (this way of activating / deactivating notifications in a permanent, take it as an idea of the Irisman code in case someone becomes familiar).
In the Control Fan & USB Wakeup section I added the Temp Display Interval option which is the time it takes the notifications to show, by default they are in 10 seconds, the minimum that can be set is 4 seconds and the maximum 60 seconds. The Temp5 option will be called Temp5 / Warning and when the temperature becomes equal to or greater than the specified one, it will send a temperature warning message along with 3 beeps (the temperature is also shown) which will be displayed every 6 seconds and As long as it does not lower the temperature that was specified in Temp5 , it will not stop showing that warning.
Also update the sm to use it with the last CFW.
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PS3 Play Manager v1.11 - 4.82 CFW Support & New Temp Notification Option
By STLcardsWS on Nov 26, 2017 at 11:59 PM
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