multiMAN - Information & Releases v04.82.00

multiMAN (aka mmCM) is an AIO Homebrew for the PS3 that contains many functions and features for CFW

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    multiMAN by Deank
    This page was last updated with: v4.66.04 (NOV/23/2014)

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    • About multiMAN (BLES80608)
      multiMAN is a very veristale PlayStation Homebrew Application, with many features and purposes. This All in One solution comes equipped with a File Manager known as mmOS, FTP support, A manager for PS1/PSP/PS2/PS3/VIDEO/MUSIC/PHOTO and more this makes for an impressive application. Checkout some of the features and details below and this guide only touches on the basic. There is alot to this PS3 Homebrew by developer deank.​


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    • ScreenShots
      XMMB (XMB Clone Display)​
      mmOS (File Manager)
      HEX Viewer
      Text Viewer
      DISPLAY - XMMB
      DISPLAY -CoverFlow
      DISPLAY -Grid 8x4
      DISPLAY -Grid 4x2
      DISPLAY -Board 5x4x5
      DISPLAY -XMMB (4x2)
      DISPLAY -XBDM (XBOX DASH CLONE)
      DISPLAY -GRID 2x4
      DISPLAY -TOP MEDIA BAR
      DISPLAY -GAME LIST (POSTER)
      Theme Download
      mmOS (File Manager)​
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      multiMAN supports the following CFW:
      • Supports most (CEX/DEX) CFW's from versions

      3.55 - 4.81
      multiMAN - Tools / Addon / Apps
      gameDATA
      Showtime for multiMAN (Showtime.SELF)
      Showtime Standalones (DEX / CEX) Support for stDISC
      Features
      Support and display for 7 devices (HDD/USB/BD/SDHC/MS/CF)
      Support for REMOTE PLAY via PSP or other compatible peripherals
      Update check/download feature
      Support for AVCHD activation from external USB devices
      Support for playback of AVCHD and Blu-ray content from internal HDD
      Overscan support for DLP and CRT TV sets
      MP3 playback
      JPEG/PNG picture viewer
      HEX file viewer
      Support for at least 15 freetype fonts (user can change using [R3] in game display modes)
      NAVIGATION KEYS IN ALL MODES
      NAVIGATION KEYS IN ALL MODES
      General navigation in GAME display modes
      (PS3 PAD, MOVE, BD REMOTE):
      :but x:
      • Load a title
      :but cir:
      • Exit to XMB
      :but square:
      • Settings menu for selected title
      :but tri:
      • System Men
      In XMMB MODE:
      :but x:
      • Load a title (or activate function)
      :but square:
      • In XMMB - Group content (SELECT+[SQUARE] group by Title for Game/Favorites/Retro columns)
      :but tri:
      • Settings menu for selected title
      General navigation
      (PS3 PAD, MOVE, BD REMOTE):
      :but r1:
      • Switch to next game display mode
      :but l1:
      • Switch to prev game display mode
      :but r3:
      • change current FreeType font
      :but l3:
      • Switch Title Names font size / paths
      :but select: + :o:​
      • rename game title (changes PARAM.SFO)
      :but select: + :but l2: / :but r2:
      • change overscan options
      :but select: + :but l3:
      • force content refresh from all devices
      :but select: + :but r1:
      • change content mode (GAMES/VIDEO/BOTH)
      :but select: + :but start:
      • launches File Manager / mmOS
      :but start: + :but select:
      • restarts mmCM
      :but start: + :but tri:
      • enable PFS driver (for external USB NTFS HDDs)
      :but start: + :but r2:
      • Screenshot to RAW RGB (saved in /dev_hdd0 or connected /dev_usb000 or /dev_usb001)
      :but start: + ::dir left:
      • Previous MP3 song in the playlist
      :but start: + ::dir right:
      • Next MP3 song in the playlist
      :but start: + ::dir up:
      • Increase playback volume
      :but start: + ::dir down:
      • Decrease playback volume
      :but start: + :but square:
      • stop music playback (for mp3 and background theme audio)
      BD REMOTE
      [ENTER] and [PLAY]
      • keys will act as :but x:
      [PAUSE]
      • will pause music playback
      [PREV]/[NEXT]
      • will skip to previous/next audio track
      [STOP]
      • will stop music playback
      [SLOW<<]/[SLOW>>]
      • will change playback volume
      [BLUE]
      • will switch to File Manager / mmOS and back
      [GREEN]
      • will turn on the Screensaver
      [YELLOW]
      • will restart mmCM
      [RED]
      • will quit to XMB
      Navigation in FILE MANAGER / mmOS mode:
      Right Stick
      • Move mouse pointer (can be changed to Left Stick in Settings "Swap Sticks in mmOS")
      Left Stick
      • Move active window (can be changed to Right Stick in Settings "Swap Sticks in mmOS")
      ::dir left: / ::dir right:
      • One directory level back (history) / forward
      ::dir up: / ::dir down:
      • Scroll up/down window contents
      :but l2: / :but r2:
      • (PgUp/PgDn) Scroll window contents in pages
      :but x:
      • (single tap) Select/Deselect entry
      :but x:
      • (double tap) Execute/View/Play/Open folder
      :but cir:
      • (right click) Open command/context menu
      :but square:
      • (ALT-TAB) Switch active window
      :but tri:
      • Quit to XMB (if button is held pressed)
      :but r3:
      • Change font
      :but l3:
      (desktop)
      • Reset mmOS
      :but l3:
      (icon)
      • Move icon :)x: / :but l3: to place to new position; :o: / :but tri: to cancel move)
      :but select: +​
      (double tab :but x: )
      • Open folder in new window
      :but select: +​
      (hold :but x: )
      • (CTRL-A) Select All
      :but select: + :o:​
      • (ALT-F4) Close active window
      :but select: + :but square:
      • (F5) Refresh active window (refresh desktop when no windows are opened)
      :but select: + :but tri:
      • Minimize active window
      :but select: +​

      ::dir left: ::dir down: ::dir right: ::dir up:
      • Move mouse pointer (useful with BD-Remote Controller)
      :but select: + :but l2: / :but r2:
      • Scroll to top/bottom of folder/file list
      Navigation in PICTURE VIEWER
      :but x:
      • Next image
      :but l1: / ::dir left:
      • Previous image
      :but r1: / ::dir right:
      • Next image
      :but l2:
      • Zoom In
      :but r2:
      • Zoom Out
      LEFT STICK
      • Pan
      RIGHT STICK
      • Zoom
      :but l3: / ::dir down:
      • Zoom image to fit width
      :but r3: / ::dir up:
      • Zoom image to fit height
      :but select:
      • Show file information
      :but start:
      • Starts picture slideshow
      :but tri: or :but cir:
      • Exit picture viewer
      Navigation in HEX file viewer
      ::dir up: / ::dir down:
      • Scroll in pages (512bytes)
      ::dir left:/ ::dir right:
      • Scroll in blocks (8KB)
      :but l1:
      • Seek to start of file
      :but r1:
      • Seek to end of file
      :but l2:
      • Scroll up one line (16 bytes)
      :but r2:
      • Scroll down one line (16 bytes)
      :but tri: or :but cir:
      • Exit HEX file viewer
      :but select:
      • Switch between file and GameOS memory view mode
      :but start:
      • Create LV1/LV2 memory dump file (when in GameOS memory view mode and proper payload present)
      Navigation in TextViewer
      ::dir up: ::dir down: ::dir left: ::dir right:
      Scroll UP/DOWN and Pan LEFT/RIGHT
      :but l1:
      Scroll up one page
      :but r1:
      Scroll down one page
      :but l2:
      Zoom Out (-5%)
      :but r2:
      Zoom In (+5%)
      :but r3:
      Change Display Font
      :but select: + :but l1:
      Skip to start of file (SOF)
      :but select: + :but r1:
      Skip to end of file (EOF)
      :but tri: or :but cir:
      Exit TextViewer file viewer
      NAVIGATION WHEN USING USB MOUSE OR USB KEYBOARD:
      MOUSE NAVIGATION:
      LEFT BUTTON
      • :but x:
      RIGHT BUTTON
      • :o:
      WHEEL
      • ::dir up:
      WHEEL DOWN
      • ::dir down:
      WHEEL BUTTON
      • :but l1: (to switch display modes)
      In game display modes:
      KEYBOARD NAVIGATION:
      [F1] - [F6]
      • directly select display modes (1-5 and 6th is file manager)
      [TAB]
      • :but l1: (switch to next display mode)
      ARROWS
      • ::dir up: ::dir down: ::dir left: ::dir right:
      [NUM+]
      • increase mp3 volume :)select: + ::dir up: )
      [NUM-]
      • decrease mp3 volume :)select: + ::dir down: )
      [NUM /]
      • previous MP3 song
      [NUM *]
      • next MP3 song
      [PageUp]/[PageDn]
      • Scroll games in pages
      [F7] or [CAPS LOCK]
      • switch title names size/paths (like :but l3:)
      [F8]
      • USB patch mode
      [F9]
      • TEST source
      [F10]
      • Check for updates (like :but r3:)
      [F11]
      • previous display mode
      [F12]
      • next display mode
      [C]
      • Copy :but cir:
      ENTE
      • :but x: Launch game
      DEL
      • :but square: Delete game
      [ESC]
      • Quit :but tri:
      In FILE MANAGER / mmOS mode::
      [F2]
      • rename current file/folder
      [TAB]
      • :but l1: (switch to next display mode)
      ARROWS
      • ::dir up: ::dir down: ::dir left: ::dir right:
      [NUM+]
      • increase mp3 volume :)select: + ::dir up:)
      [NUM-]
      • decrease mp3 volume :)select: + ::dir down:)
      [NUM /]
      • previous MP3 song
      [NUM *]
      • next MP3 song
      [PageUp]/[PageDn]
      • Scroll current pane
      [F11]
      • previous display mode
      [F12]
      • next display mode
      [C]
      • Copy :o:
      [X]
      • Move :select + :o:
      [V]
      • View file in HEX viewer
      ENTER
      • enter folder or play mp3/ac3 or view jpg/png
      DEL
      • Delete file
      INS
      • Create new folder
      [ESC]
      • Quit :but tri:
      In STERO PLAYER (for .avi3d video files):
      :but start:
      • Pause / Resume
      ::dir left: / ::dir right:
      • Skip 120 sec forward/rewind
      ::dir up: / ::dir down:
      • Skip 10% forward/rewind
      :but select:
      • Toggle 4x fast-forward / normal playback
      :but r3:
      • Toggles SBS and TB/OU modes if autodetection fails
      :but cir:
      • Return to mM
      :but tri:
      • Exit to XMB
      :but l1: / :but r1: / :but l2: / :but r2:
      • Change L/R-eye color bias in anaglyph display mode
      System Settings (XMMB)
      XMMB System Settings
      System Information
      Interface Language
      Clear Game Data Cache
      Download Game Covers
      FTP Service
      Network Services
      Connect to Activate PlayStation System
      Remote Access Permissions
      Install Package Files Method
      XMMB Sparks
      XMMB Game Poster
      XMMB Game Cover
      Side Menu Color
      Top Media Bar Color
      XMMB Game Icon Swap
      XMMB Pop-up Info
      Parental Control PIN code
      Parental Control Level
      Function Control
      mmOS Access
      Swap Sticks in mmOS
      Verify USB BUS
      Scan for Homebrew Applications (RELOAD.SELF)
      Scan for AVCHD and BluRay
      Expand Contents of AVCHD
      Exapand contanes os XMMB media columns
      Expand contents of XMMB Media Columns (net_host)
      Delete Game Tile in ISO Images
      Hide BD-ROM Disc from Game List
      Clean Activity Logs
      Date Format
      Time Format
      Button Assignment
      Default Display Mode
      Display Mode Lock
      Font Preference
      Showtime Font Preference
      Background Appearance
      Theme Audio
      TV Overscan
      Title Name Appearance
      Title Details
      Animation
      Poster and COver Alertation
      Progress Bar
      Inactivity Timeout
      ScreenSaver
      System Auto OFF
      Motion Sensor
      Set Dongle LEDs (CobraUSB device)
      Blu-Ray Movie Disc Region
      DVD Video Disc Region
      Mouse Sensitivity (X)
      Mouse Sensitivity (Y)
      Key Repeat Delay
      Key Repeat Speed
      Show Temperature Data
      Cache Partition
      Reset USB Bus
      Write Access to /dev_flash/ (DANGER - only use if you know what you are doing)
      System Firmware Version (Spoof)



      multiMAN Changelogs

      multiMAN 04.66.04 BASE (NOV / 23 / 2014)
      It is aimed to cover all configurations for better compatibility. This one will utilize the "USB Patch" option in "Settings" (used back in 3.41) and will affect the way BD-Mirror option is applied and when AIOMOD is used. The actual change is only with point 4) when both options are enabled.

      COBRA firmwares (only affects games on external USB HDD):
      ===========================================
      1) [-] BD-Mirror | [-] USB Patch (Both options disabled) - mmCM will act the same as before (all versions up to 04.66.02)
      2) [X] BD-Mirror | [-] USB Patch (Only BD-Mirror selected) - (no effect) Same as before
      3) [-] BD-Mirror | [X] USB Patch (Only USB patch selected) - (no effect) Same as before
      4) [X] BD-Mirror | [X] USB Patch (Both options enabled) - mM will use the old bd-mirror method (moving /PS3_GAME to the root of the USB HDD)

      STANDARD firmwares:
      =============================================
      1) [-] BD-Mirror | [-] USB Patch (Both options disabled) - multiMAN will act the same as before (all versions up to 04.66.02)
      2) [X] BD-Mirror | [-] USB Patch (Only BD-Mirror selected) - Same as before (AIOMOD.BIN is used for USB games and libfs.sprx is used for internal HDD games)
      3) [-] BD-Mirror | [X] USB Patch (Only USB patch selected) - (no effect) Same as before
      4) [X] BD-Mirror | [X] USB Patch (Both options enabled) - AIOMOD.BIN is not used. mM will use the old bd-mirror method for USB games (moving /PS3_GAME to the root of the USB HDD) and libfs.sprx is used for internal HDD games)

      This will make mM fully compatible with older and newer cobra/non-cobra firmwares, providing all possible options for all games/environments. By using option 4) on standard firmwares the user won't have to manually delete/rename AIOMOD.BIN, because it is needed by some games and other require the plain old bd-mirror method.

      For example, to make the "Mordor" game work on Cobra from external USB HDD you will need option 4) enabled (both BD-Mirror and USB Patch options enabled for the game in settings).

      After you update to 04.66.04 nothing should change for most of you. If you experience issues with some external USB HDD games - try options 2) and 4). When reporting problems, please make sure that you load multiMAN/mmCM after CLEAN REBOOT and do not use other apps/patches before launching the game. If you use any app that disables syscalls/psn patchers/etc - I cannot guarantee anything.
      Read more at http://www.psx-place.com/ps3-news/6...-a-usb-patch-setting.html#DOOkebsVvWRJL2Sw.99



      multiMAN 04.66.03 BASE (NOV / 22 / 2014)


      • Added "BD-Mirror" on Cobra firmwares for external FAT32 USB HDD games
      • Fixed black-screen-games issues for newer games (external HDD only)
      • Updated libfs.sprx and explorer_plugin.sprx (for better discless support)


      04.66.00-.02 BASE CEX (NOV /20 / 2014)

      • Added Support for 4.66 CFW
      • Added Spoof for 4.66 for older firmwares
      • Added Support for 4.65 DEX CFW
      • Fixed some wrong memory offsets for non-cobra firmware
      • Includes Showtime 4.7.494

      04.65.02 BASE CEX (NOV / 16 / 2014)

      • 4.65 support for "Direct-Disc-Access" is now added to multiMAN 04.65.02. You should be now able to access all types of optical discs, that includes PS1 game discs, PS2 discs (to backup/convert to "classics"), AVCHD discs (for playback in Showtime) or Blu-ray (to backup and later decrypt on a PC), including any DATA CD/DVD with music/movies.


      04.65.01 - NOV / 08 / 2014

      • Added support for 4.65 CEX CFW

      04.60.00

      • Added support for 4.60 CFW

      04.55.01
      • Fixed USB bus scanning and reset for CFW 4.53 and 4.55
      • Updated Showtime for mM to version 04.05.302

      04.55.00
      • Added support for 4.55 CFW
      • Fixed downloading sendspace hosted files from the web column
      • Added spoof option to mmCM for 4.46CFW

      04.53.00/01/02/03
      • Added support for 4.53 CFW
      • Added support for game updates for PS3 ISO games
      • Added support for PSX/PS3 games and BD/DVD videos from NTFS USB drives

      04.50.00/01/02/03/04
      • Added support for 4.50 CFW
      • Added support for lastGAME 8.0 (bdMIRROR)
      • Added support for 4.41 DEX CFW
      • Added Korean language and updated Romanian
      • Added support for 4.50 DEX CFW
      • Added support for 4.46 COBRA7 CFW

      04.46.00
      • Added support for 4.46 CFW
      • Fixed "Change BD-Movie Region" for 4.41CFW
      • Added support for 4.46 REX/DEX

      04.40.00
      • Added support for 4.41 CFW

      04.30.00
      • Added support for various 4.40CFWs
      • Added support for loading PS2 Classics

      04.20.01/02/03/04
      • Added support for lastGAME5 for loading PS1 backups from the "Load Last Title" icon on XMB
      • Added support for Emulator-grouping selection in the SIDE menu in RETRO column
      • Fixed mM last-state-save when loading "bd-mirror"/"ext. game data" games
      • The improved discless compatibility now allows for skipping mandatory gamedata install for some games


      • When using /net_host to load PS3 games via mmDM+ProDG - the scan/refresh is greatly improved. I'll appreciate feedback on that.
      • There is a new option in "Settings" - "Expand Contents of XMMB media columns (net_host)" - default is "No". When disabled, mM will only scan for PS3 games in FOLDER FORMAT from the remote hosts. It will not scan for DVD/BD iso files or other non-game content.


      • Fixed few minor issues in 4x2 and 8x4 modes (refreshing the game title when insert/ejecting a PS3 game disc)
      • Fixed a very rare bug in mmOS when icon names/texts are getting corrupted


      • Added support for 4.30DEX CFW (REBUG) (TBA)
      • Added support for PS1 BIN+CUE (using ps1_emu/netemu) for 3.55DEX, 4.21DEX and 4.30DEX


      • Added DynaRec support: New option in Settings "Enable DYNAREC"
      • DYNAREC support for 3.55CEX/DEX, 4.21CEX/DEX, 4.30CEX/DEX, 4.31CEX

      DYNAREC support tested on 4.21REX and 4.30ROGERO with ps3sx_Beta.pkg which is enough to assume that the implementation is proper. Thanks to Ing. Pereira for the htab info and PeteUK for the testing. All offsets can be found in my source below so Ing. Pereira can port his app for other firmwares, too. Also there is an easier way to detect all CFW firmwares and I posted about it at the end of this post.

      • Improved discless compatibility (even more) on 3.55/4.21/4.30CEX firmwares
      • A BD-DISC icon with [PlayStation(R)3] text will appear in XMB to replace /app_home/PS3_GAME entry
      • Tested few games, which didn't work discless before and now work just fine (like LEGO:Indiana Jones, LBP2 and others)
      • Upon launch mM will try to restore default LV2 environment by resetting syscalls 35, 36, 37, 141, 142, 600, 604

      =============================================

      Here is a slightly modified PS3SX:

      • You can install it on any mM supoprted firmware (3.55CEX/DEX, 4.21CEX/DEX, 4.30CEX/DEX, 4.31CEX)
      • The configuration file is USRDIR/CF.ini
      • Comes with bios and all paths set properly where the default ROM path is /dev_hdd0/PSXISO
      • EBOOT.BIN calls RELOAD.SELF so you can boot PS3SX directly from multiMAN
      • It has VERY POOR compatibility but shows that dynarec is working on all firmwares.

      PS3SX [BETA].pkg (5.95MB)
      Free large file hosting. Send big files the easy way!

      You can enable DynaRec in mM's settings and directly load PS3SX from mM's GAME column. Thanks to aldostools for the cover. Developers can use this dynarec option in mM if they wish to test their apps in this environment.


      04.20.00

      • Introducing the new mM payload which makes mM independent and easy to port for various firmwares
      • Supports only 3.55 CEX/DEX, 4.21 CEX/DEX, 4.30 CEX, 4.31 CEX
      • BD-ROM Emulator option in Settings can be set to "Enable / Disable" - no more "Hermes"/"Standard"
      • Compatibility-wise it is better than "Standard" and "Hermes".
      • This payload overwrites 252 bytes of strings in LV2 memory (and not 4000 bytes of code like other payloads), it doesn't use syscalls and doesn't rely on firmware functions, executes fast and improves performance
      • Added option in settings "Redirect /app_home":
        • Disable (/app_home will not be mounted at all)
        • Enable (/app_home as used in previous versions - points to the game - for disc-less)
        • Toolbox (on Rogero firmwares with pre-installed toolbox if you play from discs only - it allows you to return to stealthMAN without restart)
      • For 3.55DEX and 4.21DEX mM now supports split-games, adds better disc-less compatibility and also allows loading of PS1 backups in BIN+CUE format from internal/external.
      • IMPROVED DISC-LESS COMPATIBILITY: (The new payload allows for some tweaks and there is 80% chance that games that didn't work disc-less will now work.)


      04.19.00..06
      • Added support for single-disc PS1 ISO/BIN backups (/PSXISO /PSXGAMES folders)
      • PS1 ISO/BIN backups will show in the RETRO column
      • Credits for the PS1 EMU patches go solely to Estwald/Hermes
      • Added support for 4.31CFW
      • Added support for creating ISO files from PS1 game discs
      • Improved support for PS1 ISO/BIN/IMG/MDF
      • Added support for BIN+CUE PS1 games with AUDIO tracks
      • Added Smooth/Full-Screen options for PS1 games in "Settings"
      • Updated Showtime to 04.01.480
      • Added support for PS2 disc add-ons for PS3 games like SingStar:
        • "[PS2" prefix in folder name required
        • Example: /dev_hdd0/GAMES/SingStar-Dance/[PS2 Pop] where [PS2 Pop] contains a backup of your PS2 disc
        • You can have up to 10 [PS2] add-on discs per PS3 game
          /dev_usb000/GAMES/SingStar-Dance <--- This is the PS3 game listed in the Game column

      mM detects the add-on PS2 discs and will list them in the pop-up menu when you load the game:

      • /dev_usb000/GAMES/SingStar-Dance/[PS2 Pop]
      • /dev_usb000/GAMES/SingStar-Dance/[PS2 Disney]
      • /dev_usb000/GAMES/SingStar-Dance/[PS2 Party]
      • /dev_usb000/GAMES/SingStar-Dance/[PS2]

      - [Hermes] option for BD-ROM Emulator must be used and a PS3 disc is required. Later for the PS2 swap you'll need an original PS2 disc.
      - Don't forget that you can backup your original PS2 discs in folder format using mmOS.

      * Added support for PSXEMU/PSXNETEMU emulator selection for PS1 BIN+CUE backups (Press [Triangle] -> Game Settings)



      04.18.04
      • When on-screen-keyboard (OSK) is used and user cancels the entry mM will not accept the entered text
      • Created proper ring-buffer for mp3 playback which should mean no more glitches/pauses of the music
      • Restored support for GLC3.PNG for themes in 8x4 mode
      • Increased screenshot JPEG quality to 90% and 1MB buffer size
      • Toolbox/IPF from /app_home will be activated when you quit mM with {PS} button on 4.30 Rogero CFWs
      • Fixed a bug introduced in mM 04.17.00: mM skipping 1-letter filenames (x.yyy) when copying folders


      04.18.01/02/03
      • Greatly improved graphics rendering (visuals) when mM is used in 480p/576p/720p
      • Browsing Blu-ray, AVCHD and DVD-Video discs from the BD/DVD icon in Video column now works
      • Removed duplicates of BD/AVCHD/DVD-Video entries in the Video column
      • Fixed mouse-control when mmOS is the first display mode after mM starts
      • Toolbox/IPF from /app_home will be activated when you quit mM on 4.30 Rogero CFWs (not if you load a game)
      • Changed method for scanning of metadata for eboot.bin/self/sprx files
      • [* Install Package Function] won't allow adding the same PKG twice and allows 'deselecting' when "Standard" method is used


      04.18.00
      • Added support for downloadable packages/files in the Web column
      • Fixed some minor issues (rename/delete) when using "Game Settings" menu (after using L1/R1 to switch games)
      • Reworked some core functions and improved mM's performance even more


      04.17.05

      • Fixed access to AVCHD/Blu-ray Movie Discs and DVD Video Discs
      • When moving files on the same drive mmOS won't check for available free space
      • Improved background scanning/verifying of USB games
      • Added support for AVCHD HDD movies to lastGAME

      04.17.00/01/02/04

      • Improved copying folders (double progress bar and faster speed)
      • Minor fix for 4.30CFW Hermes payload
      • Fixed copying folders with 0 byte files
      • Fixed problem with split games in stealthMAN
      • installPKG [Singstar Replacement] available (Free large file hosting. Send big files the easy way!)
      • installPKG standalone updated, too (http://www.sendspace.com/file/srhvk7)
      • Installing PKG files will not reboot the PS3
      • Visual improvements
      • Added SD/MS/CF entries in Retro
      • Fade-in for game backgrounds
      • Some other improvements related to copying/scanning/verifying/etc
      • multiMAN "minimal"/"bare" version available (read below)

      04.16.02/03/04
      • Improved overall speed of all functions and GUI
      • Data Test/Verify functions now take fraction of the time compared to previous versions
      • Improved 'Verifying data' of USB games by a factor of 50
      • Improved scan before copying a game/folder
      • Improved loading folders in mmOS
      • Improved just a bit deleting games/folders
      • Greatly improved loading content when browsing PS3 HDD/USB drives in game modes
      • Loading Retro ROM/Video/Photo and ISO folders while browsing PS3 HDD/USB is now about 15 times faster
      • Added "Friendly" name option in "Settings"/"Network Servers" for /net_host parties
      • Fixed over-scrolling when browsing through large number of entries
      • Increased max number of entries in game modes by 50% to 3072 (from 2048)
      • Improved speed when copying games/files from/to USB HDDs
      • Improved speed when copying games from PS3 Game Discs
      • Improved speed when copying/browsing folders via FTP (LIST/MLSD)
      • Added support for up to 99 pkg files in the [* Install Package Files] queue
      • [* Install Package Files] function will scan /dev_hdd0/PKGTMP and will MOVE the queued pkg files from this folder (saving HDD space by not copying to temp location)
      • mmOS will now honor the "Verify USB Games" setting when starting games from icons/shortcuts/game-folder
      • Scanning for active USB storage devices is now performed in the background and will speed up loading games on 4.**CFW
      • Verifying games in now performed in the background (when possible) to avoid delays when loading games


      04.16.01
      • Scanning for games is greatly improved and is 40-80% faster now
      • Improved "Remote Access" functions (support for Left/Right stick mouse controls in remote mmOS)
      • Added support for new mmRAS 01.02.00
      • Some other general improvements



      04.16.00

      • Improved quality and speed of remote access screen rendering. Depending on server PS3 resolution the image is rendered as follows:
        • - 1920x1080 -> 960x720, 1280x720 -> 960x720, 720x480 -> 720x480, 720x576 -> 720x576 (all with PAR 16:9)
      • Added support for new functions in mmRAS
      • When using remote access to another PS3 both must be on mM 04.16.00
      • Added new lines in translation files
      • Added linux (x86) version of ps3netsrv
      • Updated Showtime (for mM and standalone) to 4.1.307
      • Fixed a bug about 80010009 error not being fixed


      04.15.00
      • Updated PC application "ps3netsrv" to support fast folder-data retrieval
      • Greatly improved loading of remote /net_host folders (up to 4096 entries in mmOS and 2048 in other modes)
      • Greatly improved loading of remote Retro ROMs folders with covers
      • Added support to access remote PS3 system in mmOS or in game modes via /net_host
        • You can access all data of a remote PS3 to view/play photo/music/video files, transfer files/folders and load ISO games (PS3/PSX/DVD/BD) if used with Cobra CFW
      • Added option in "Settings" - "Connect to Another PS3" - it allows full remote control (screen/pad) of another PS3 running multiMAN 04.15.00 and later
      • Added option in "Settings" - "Remote Access Permissions" (Disable/Files/Screen/Full) to restrict remote connnections to your PS3
      • Added support for mmRAS - PC application by Aldo (aldostools) which allows remote access to your PS3 (screen/pad) while running multiMAN
      • Screenshot feature in multiMAN (START+R2) will now save screens as JPEG.

      The key features of this release:

      • The improved PC ps3netsrv application allows much faster access speeds when retrieving data from folders in mmOS or when browsing photo/music/video/ROMs from remote /net_host. You can now browse a remote folder with roms+covers and it takes a fraction of the time it took before.


      • The Remote Access feature allows you to connect to another PS3 anywhere in the world (be it in the other room or across the country) and copy files/folders, play Retro ROMs, view photos and play music and video files (after caching)


      • The Remote Access Control (PS3) feature allows you to connect to another PS3 running multiMAN and view its screen and control it with your pad. It allows you to minimize the current session and work with your own PS3 (to transfer files to the remote PS3 for example) and then return to the other PS3.


      • The Remote Access Control (PC) feature via aldostools mmRAS client allows you to connect to your PS3 (or any other PS3 around the world running multiMAN) from your PC.


      • The option in "Settings" (Remote Access Permissions) allows you to configure the access to your PS3. You can completely "Disable" it, you can allow remote connections only to access your "Files", you can restrict it only to remote control "Screen" or allow "Full" access for files and screen control.


      • The Remote Access Control provides 960x540 resolution (it doesn't depend on the remote PS3 resolution).


      • To be able to use these features you have to configure your remote peers in "Settings" -> "Network Servers".


      • Any configured /net_host can be used for file access (PC and PS3) and for remote control (PS3)


      • If you are connecting to a PC you must have ps3netsrv application running on the PC side


      • If you wish to restrict access to your PS3 - change the setting in "Remote Access Permissions"


      • If you wish to connect to another PS3 configured as /net_host - use the "Connect to Another PS3" function in "Settings"

      While connected to another PS3 you can 'minimize' the connection and work with your own PS3 and then resume the remote control. You will see the live minimized remote screen in the lower corner. To switch between local/remote control use :but start: + :but square:. To terminate a connection to a remote PS3 use :but start: + :o: . All other buttons you press will be sent to the remote PS3.


      04.14.04
      • Added support for fixing 80010009 errors for games with updates (like FIFA 2013 v 1.04)
      • Added support for installing PKG files from NTFS drives in mmOS
      • Added support for installing game updates after download on 4.30CFW ROGERO 2.03
      • Improved display of game titles in all modes (no double refresh/redraw)
      • Fixed covers issue in 8x4 display mode

      04.14.03
      • Totally reworked 8x4 display mode (compatible with all themes)
      • Added "Reset USB" option to "Settings" to disable USB bus scan/reset
      • Added new translation labels


      04.14.02
      • Changed: Do not scan/reset USB devices on DEX firmwares
      • NTFS/PFS driver works properly with and without USB.CFG (only ONE active NTFS HDD supported)
      • Game and Firmware version display in "Game Settings" menu will reflect data found in GAMEI folder if "Ext. Game Data" is enabled
      • mM is now available in XMB after "Ext. Game Data" or gameDATA (USB mode) is used
      • Improved support for data CD/DVD/BD discs (Blu-ray Movie Discs, AVCHD discs, other data discs)
        • Upon mM launch if such disc is in the tray it will be accessible right away
        • If a data disc (non-genuine PS3 BD Game Disc) is inserted during mM operation it will be also accessible
        • These changes negate the use of "Enable Direct Disc Access" option in "Settings"


      04.14.01
      • Checking for game updates will also check GAMEI folder on external USB drives for installed game data
      • Using NTFS/PFS driver with configured USB.CFG allows for any number of partitions
      • If a broken cover is detected it is re-downloaded from the update server
      • Fixed cover issues in 8x4 (and other display modes) when cover is missing or broken
      • Added 300 new covers to the update server (over 5600 PS3 game covers available now)
      • [* Install Package Files] function in mM supports:
        • - up to 256 pkg files
        • - split pkg files
        • - sorting
        • - queued PKG indication (in red)
        • - multipart (split) PKG indication (in yellow)
        • - copy/transfer progress
        • - Scanned locations: /dev_usb*** /dev_hdd0 /dev_bdvd in /PKG /packages and root folders
        • - Split files format: .0 - .63 / .66600 - .66663 / .001 - .064
        • - Supports both "PSN (Bubble)" and "Standard" install methods
      • Online mM update from now on will require prior BASE/FULL installation


      04.14.00

      Changes related only to 4.20-4.30 CEX/DEX CFWs:

      BD-Mirror:

      • BD-Mirror option now supports USB HDDs mounted as /dev_usb000 to /dev_usb127
      • BD-Mirror option uses different approach now and doesn't move the PS3_GAME folder of USB games and doesn't modify the mount table
      • After using BD-Mirror for USB games, the usb drive is still accessible in XMB (Video/Music/Photo/Saves)
      • Improved disc-less support with BD-Mirror option enabled

      USB Ports issues:
      • When using more than one USB device mM will disconnect/reconnect them from/to the USB bus in the proper order
      • This fixes games that crash when started from USB when multiple devices are connected

      NTFS/PFS usage:

      • It is now possible to use any NTFS usb drive without configuring its Vendor/Device IDs in USB.CFG
      • When switching to NTFS/PFS mode use only one USB HDD connected (mM supports up to 2 partitions: FAT32+NTFS, NTFS+NTFS, FAT32+FAT32)
      • To access the contents of NTFS drives use mmOS and /pvd_usb000 /pvd_usb001 (games from NTFS drives won't show in other display modes)

      Other:
      • Better support for data CD/DVD/BD discs and improved "Enable Direct Disc Access" function
      • Improved BD-Mirror function for games on internal HDD
      • Games started from mmOS icons/shortcuts handle BD-Mirror/Ext.Game Data options properly
      • Online update server updated (5320 PS3 game covers and 3420 PS1/PS2 game covers)
      • Updated showTIME media player (for mM) to version 04.01.264

      Install Package Files (standalone application):
      • * Supports split pkg files named in the following format:
      • filename.pkg.0 -> filename.pkg.63
      • filename.pkg.001 -> filename.pkg.064
      • filename.pkg.66600 -> filename.pkg.66663

      Upon launch/refresh the following folders are scanned:

      • /dev_usb***/
      • /dev_usb***/PKG
      • /dev_usb***/packages
      • /dev_hdd0/PKG
      • /dev_hdd0/packages


      • Updated stDISC application (better drive reset timing and support for 4.30CFW)
      • Updated gameDATA, bdRESET and lastGAME applications to support 4.30CFW
      • Updated showTIME media player (standalone) to version 04.01.264 (CEX/DEX)



      04.13.00
      • Fixed issue with Hermes payload on 4.30CEX Rogero ver 2.00
        • 4+GB split files caching from USB and "Ext. Game Data" game option now work
      • Added standalone application "* Install Package Files"
        • RELOAD.SELF from the application can be used in other homebrew tools to install PKG files via the bubble-method
        • Install Package Files app works on all firmwares



      04.12.00
      • Added full support for Rogero 4.30CFW Version 2.00
        • LV1 peek/poke support
        • PS1 disc backups support
        • Direct Disc Access support
      • Added new function in "Home" column - "* Install Package Files"
      • Added new option in "Settings" - "Install Package Files Method"
        • User can pick from either "Standard" or "PSN Style (bubble)" modes
        • Bubble mode shows installable packages as PSN downloaded content in Game column (or under Rebug's Package Manager/PSN Content)
        • To select a package file (*.pkg):
        • Use [* Install Package Files] option in Home column or
        • double click on a pkg file in mmOS/File Manager (when "bubble" method is used the PS3 will reboot)
      • Fixed copying of AVCHD/Blu-ray movie backups from Video column



      04.11.13

      • * Added check for EBOOT.BIN firmware version (offset 0x428) and prompt to 'fix' the version to your current one. This will fix 80010009 errors for 04.20-04.31 games without updates if EBOOT.BIN is encrypted with 4.20/0x1C key revision or lower.
      Tested NFS:MW on 4.21REX without installing the 01.01 udpate for the game.



      04.11.12

      • Fixed LV1 peek/poke for 4.21REX in DEX mode + DEX lv2_kernel
      • Added back IDPS display in "System Information"
      • Added preliminary support for 4.30CFW with LV1 peek/poke syscalls (sc 8/9) or lv1 mmap patch (hvsc 114) (if such CFW is released then direct-disc-access/PS1 disc backups should work)
      • Increased number of supported simultaneous FTP transfers to 8
      • FTP user/password can be anything
      • Added support for "Change BD-Movie Region" function for 4.30CFW
      • Updated Showtime to 04.01.224


      04.11.11

      • Added option in "Settings" - Fix Broken Blu-ray Movie Playback The function will rewrite DRL/CRL hashes if there is a mismatch and will fix "Playback Prohibited" error on 3.41/3.55/4.21/4.30 firmwares. Option also availabe in control console via telnet to port 8080 (rcp vtrm / rcp vtrm update)
      • Credits to graf_chokolo and glevand for all their work!


      04.10.00
      • Added full support for 4.21REX (REBUG) firmware
      • Added support for 4.21REX in DEX full mode (DEX flash + DEX lv2 kernel)
      • Added support for PS1 disc backups for 4.21REX CFW in DEX/DEX mode
      • Added support for direct-disc-access for 4.21REX CFW in DEX/DEX mode (data CD/DVD/BD discs)
      • Added support for flashing 256MB NAND *.EID0.NANDBIN backups
      • Users with broken BD drives can use 4.21REX in DEX mode with fake BDEMU stick/image for 100% game compatibility


      AVCHD / BDMV Structures
      multiMAN supports managing AVCHD and BDMV structures, but it doesn't actually PLAY them. It mounts them to their proper locations so your PS3 can find/recognize the structures and play them via XMB [Video] tab menu.

      You can create proper AVCHD structures with various tools and equipment like multiAVCHD, AVCHD Coder, tsMuxeR, AVCHD camcoders.

      Coloring and prefixes in the game display modes:
      • YELLOWCOLOR = AVCHD
      • ORGANGE/RED COLOR = Blu-ray (BDMV)

      • [Video] (YELLOW color) = AVCHD on external USB HDD/stick
      • [Video] (ORANGE/RED color) = BDMV on external USB HDD/stick - NOT WORKING PROPERLY
      • [HDD Video] (Yellow) = AVCHD on internal HDD
      • [HDD Video] (Orange/Red) = BDMV on internal HDD

      AVCHD or BDMV on external HDD/USB must be stored in the root \ folder of your device:
      • X:\AVCHD_MOVIE_1\BDMV\INDEX.BDM
      • X:\BLURAY_MOVIE_2\BDMV\index.bdmv (NOT WORKING PROPERLY)

      AVCHD or BDMV on internal HDD must be stored in the same folder where your games are (for example /dev_hdd0/GAMES)
      • /dev_hdd0/GAMES/MOVIE_1/BDMV/INDEX.BDM
      • /dev_hdd0/GAMES/MOVIE_2/BDMV/index.bdmv
      • * AVCHD movies on external USB HDD/stick will be properly renamed upon activation (only ONE active AVCHD folder supported by PS3)
      • * BDMV (Blu-ray) movies on external USB will be mounted as BDMV disc (original BD game/video disc required) - NOT WORKING PROPERLY
      • * AVCHD movies on internal HDD will be mounted to externally connected USB/SDHC/MS storage device (USB stick/SDHC/MS card required with 22KB free)
      • * BDMV (Blu-ray) movies on internal HDD must be converted to AVCHD before mounting. multiMAN will prompt you to do it for you - accept it and convert it. Then it will be mounted as AVCHD.
      • * BDMV (Blu-ray) movies authored with JAVA extension (BD-J discs) are not supported. You can check the contents of BDJO or JAR folders. If there are files there - it won't work.
      • Playing back the mounted structure is done by activating the AVCHD icon from PS3's XMB Video tab - you must select the USB/SDHC/MS storage device, used for mounting.
      Code:
      void launch_self(char *_self, char *_param)
      {
          char* launchargv[2];
          char self[256];
          sprintf(self, "%s", _self);
      
          memset(launchargv, 0, sizeof(launchargv));
          launchargv[0] = (char*)malloc(strlen(_param) + 1); strcpy(launchargv[0], _param);
          launchargv[1] = NULL;
          exitspawn((const char*)self, (char* const*)launchargv, NULL, NULL, 0, 64, SYS_PROCESS_PRIMARY_STACK_SIZE_512K);
      }
      Code:
      launch_self(browser_self, start_page);
      Code:
      launch_self((char*)"/dev_hdd0/game/XXXX12345/USRDIR/BROWSER.SELF",
              (char*)"http://www.ps3hax.net");
      

      BROWSER.SELF (standalone www+ftp applicaion)

      BROWSER.SELF (91.80 KB)
      This is a standalone browser, which can be used by any other application (not just multiMAN).
      • Supports downloading of files
      • FTP server running in the background (openps3ftp) (login: anonymous, password: <any>)
      • Allocates ~150MB for the browser, so no more 'insuff. memory' errors
      • If URL is parsed, it will open it. If not -> Official PS3 UK page is opened
      • On exit it will return to the caller application (if RELOAD.SELF is present in the same folder)
      • Downloaded files are saved under the current folder + ./DOWNLOADS

      If present in multiMAN's USRDIR folder - it will be used instead of the build-in mM browser.

      Other devs are free to use it in their apps.

      The proper way would be to create your own EBOOT.BIN, which will call the BROWSER.SELF with any parameter/URL you wish.

      PS3 Network Server Setup

      Each PC HOST goes in separate mounted folder (net_host#). Max of 10 hosts supported (0-9).

      Hosts are defined in "SETTINGS column/menu

      The usage is quite simple:
      Code:
      ps3netsrv.exe root_path port_to_listen [IP_RESTRICTIONS]
      
      Example:
          ps3netsrv.exe d:\downloads 11222
          ps3netsrv.exe h: 60806
          ps3netsrv.exe e:\temp 22333 192.168.1.*
      Code:
      ps3serv.exe d:\music 11222
      
      (c) 2012, PS3 Network server for multiMAN 04.01.00
      =================================================
      * Serving path : d:\music
      =================================================
      Proper structure:
      /dev_***/GAMES/***GAME_NAME***/PS3_GAME/USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN

      * Wrong structure:
      /dev_***/GAMES/***SOME_NAME***/***ANOTHER_NAME***/PS3_GAME/USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN

      * Press "SELECT+L3" to refresh the list (or use the REFRESH option in system menu or XMMB Game column)
      * Check options.ini/options_default.ini and edit it properly if you store your games in different than defined location

      SNES9x
      • snes_self=/dev_hdd0/game/SNES90000/USRDIR/RELOAD.SELF
      • snes_roms=/dev_hdd0/game/SNES90000/USRDIR/roms
      GENESSIS_PLUS_GX
      • genp_self=/dev_hdd0/game/GENP00001/USRDIR/RELOAD.SELF
      • genp_roms=/dev_hdd0/game/GENP00001/USRDIR/roms
      FCEUmm
      • fceu_self=/dev_hdd0/game/FCEU90000/USRDIR/RELOAD.SELF
      • fceu_roms=/dev_hdd0/game/FCEU90000/USRDIR/roms
      VBAnext
      • vba_self=/dev_hdd0/game/VBAM90000/USRDIR/RELOAD.SELF
      • vba_roms=/dev_hdd0/game/VBAM90000/USRDIR/roms/vba
      FB Alpha
      • fba_self=/dev_hdd0/game/FBAN00000/USRDIR/RELOAD.SELF
      • fba_roms=/dev_hdd0/game/FBAN00000/USRDIR/roms/fba
      menafen_PCE_fast
      • pce_self=/dev_hdd0/game/SSNE10000/USRDIR/cores/mednafen_pce_fast.SELF
      • pce_roms=/dev_hdd0/ROMS/pce
      menafen_Wswan
      • wsw_self=/dev_hdd0/game/SSNE10000/USRDIR/cores/mednafen_wswan.SELF
      • wsw_roms=/dev_hdd0/ROMS/wsw
      prBoom
      • prb_self=/dev_hdd0/game/SSNE10000/USRDIR/cores/prboom.SELF
      • prb_roms=/dev_hdd0/ROMS/prb
      Covers for Retro column games (ROMS) are stored and first looked for in:
      SNES/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/snes
      FCEU/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/fceu
      GEN+/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/gen
      VBA/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/vba
      FBA/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/fba
      PCE/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/pce
      WSW/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/wsw
      PRBOOM/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers_retro/prb


      Archive (News/Discussions)

      Other multiMAN threads:
      • psx-scene.com/forums/f192/multiman-multifunctional-tool-your-ps3-game-manager-file-manager-ftp-avchd-bdmv-72826/
     

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    Or actually you could, but wouldn't be able to run it, so in short: no.
    There is currently no way to run any homebrew on ps3s that have a higher minver than 3.56.
     
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    Just want to ask if multiman detect exfat hdd?
    Ntfs was detected by turning on cobra mode then pfs...
    Or by using prepntfs (without the need to go to multiman to mount iso on PS3ISO directory)

    Will this 2 method can also work on exfat hdd?
     
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    Theoretically currently the latest version of multiMAN is v04.82.00.
    Does this version will supports new CFW?
    I mean e.g. 4.84.1 REBUG LITE, 4.84.1 STARBUGED, 4.84 FERROX...

    I'm asking because:
    https://store.brewology.com/ahomebrew.php?brewid=24.
     
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    Multiman support any new CFW until it is CFW with enabled Cobra.
     
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    STLcardsWS updated multiMAN with a new update entry:

    multiMAN v04.82.00

    Read the rest of this update entry...
     
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