PS3 multiMAN v04.80.00

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By STLcardsWS on May 3, 2016 at 9:07 PM
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    Developer deank has updated the iconic multiMAN to v04.80.00 and with this update the developer has provided one of the longest running PS3 Homebrew with support for 4.80 Custom Firmware. Also, in recent days the developer also provided an update labeled as v04.78.03. View all the details in these latest maintenance logs provided by deank


    • multiMAN
      • Developer : deank
      • Version: 04.80.00
      • Platform: PS3 (CFW - CEX/DEX)
      • Firmware Support:
        • 3.55/4.21/4.30 CEX DEX
        • 4.31 CEX
        • 4.40/4.41 CEX/DEX
        • 4.46 CEX DEX COBRA 7.0
        • 4.50 CEX/DEX
        • 4.53 CEX+COBRA 7.0
        • 4.55 CEX
        • 4.60/4.65/4.66/4.70 CEX/DEX
        • 4.75/4.76/4.78 CEX/DEX+COBRA
        • NEW --> 4.80 CEX

    • mMupdate.png

      NEW - multiMAN v04.80.00

      • Added support for CFW 4.80

      multiMAN v04.78.02/04.78.03

      multiMAN v04.78.01

      • Fixed crash when scanning for /net_host (ps3netsrv) games

      multiMAN v04.78.00

      • Added support for CFW 4.78
      • Updated Japanese translation by Kyan_dudl

      multiMAN v04.76.00

      • Added support for CFW 4.76
      • Fixed BD-Mirror for 4.75 DEX
      multiMAN v04.75.55
      • Support for CFW 4.75 CEX/DEX
      • Fixed/Removed unused DYNAREC references
      multiMAN v04.75.00
      • Added Support for CFW 4.75 (CEX)
      multiMAN 04.70.02 - 04.70.01
      • Added: Unload network and NTFS modules loaded by webMAN on mM startup.
      • Fixed: Create ISO from folder.
      • Fixed: Issue on Rebug when copying PS3UPDAT.PUP.
      multiMAN 04.70.00
      • Added support for CFW 4.70
      • Updated Danish translation by ChopstiX
      • Updated Movian/Showtime for mM to 4.9.430
      Changes in multiMAN 04.66.10 (20150110):
      • Fixed game covers for split ISO games
      • Fixed game backgrounds for ISO games
      • Fixed few issues introduced in .08
      multiMAN 04.66.09 (20150107)
      • Fixed minor issue (mmCM)
      • Added prompt to launch multiMAN if mmCM finds itself in non-cobra mode
      • Improved support for 4.65CEX/DEX and 4.66CFW
      • Fixed issues with multiple USB HDDs on Cobra CFWs (4.46-4.66)
      • Fixed black screens/invalid-disc-errors and other problems
      • Removed Habib's LV2 patches
      multiMAN 04.66.06 (20141201)
      • Fixes issues with games like "Shadow of Mordor" - it can be launched in JB/folder format from internal/external now
      • Probably will fix issues with other JB/folder-format games
      • Fix is for all standard CFWs and for cobra CFWs (4.46-4.66)
      • /app_home is intentionally not redirected to /dev_bdvd on cobra CFWs
      • New pkg structure

    • showtimeps3.jpg
      Showtime Movian is a media player for use on HTPC media centers Movian for mutliMAN are also available for download from the "UPDATE" Showtime option in XMMB Video column of multiMAN.

      This SELF file can be used in other homebrews like IRISMAN.

      • XMB videos and last folder visible in Showtime
      • Return to multiMAN when using the EXIT icon in to top right corner of main Showtime Interface

      Download: via multiMAN or brewology

    • NOTE: Highest version (currently of writing this) is v04.78.02

      StealthMAN (Stealth multiMAN)

      Method #1:
      • * Copy installPKG.pkg and report_data.txt to the root of a USB stick/drive
      • * Install "installPKG", reboot, install from the bubble
      • * Start [* Install Package Files] standalone app from the icon in XMB (not from /app_home)
      • * It should look as in the screenshot
      • * Press :but start: to "Update and Load Stealth multiMAN"

      Method #2:
      • Rename report_data.txt to anyFileName.self and Copy to USB stick or PS3 HDD
      • Use multiMAN mmOS, locate the file and double-click on it
      • mM stealth will install and start

      Once you booted stealth mM at least once you can safely delete the 'regular' mM from XMB if you wish.
      You can delete the standalone [* Install Package Files] application from XMB if you wish.​

      How to load the stealth multiMAN:
      1) Restart your PS3
      2) Go go /app_home (which will change to the last game you loaded or to [* Install Package Files]) and press :but x:
      3) If you hold :but select: pressed it will load stealth multiMAN directly.

      The updated [* Install Package Files] supports the stealth multiMAN and you can launch it by pressing :but select:

      The stealth multiMAN supports online update which doesn't require PKG file installation and is a seamless process.​

      Q: Why is it stealth?
      • It is not present in XMB (not present in /dev_hdd0/game/*)
      • Each time the /app_home (* Install Package Files) gets different TITLE ID and TITLE NAME
      • Every time you load a game it will change the TITLE of /app_home thus not looking suspicious
      • You can use mM while your XMB looks totally OFW (with no homebrew installed which may be detected)

    • Here is a collection of unofficial themes & mods added to multiMAN by the Elite Electronics modding team. This can be installed over any current versions of multiMAN. Official Thread:

      This is in no way a "fork" of multiMAN, it is simply a extension to the already awesome multiMAN by Deank. This version of multiMAN was previously used by Elite Electronics Dev Team members only, it contains our special theme and some extra things not included in the regular MM release.​


      • 10 Motion Background Videos
        • Motion Background videos can be accessed in "Settings" under "Background Appearance"
      • 10 custom fonts
        • Custom fonts can be accessed by pressing R3
      • Embedded RetroArch for testing/playing ROMS via MM
        • Roms can be placed in "dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/roms" (normal "hdd0:/roms" is scanned as well, may need to "refresh" to show roms in XMB)
      • Elite Electronics Project Covers
      • Elite Electronics Custom Theme
      • Custom ICON1.PAM/SND0.AT3
      • XMB Software Manual
        • Software Manual can be accessed by pressing "HOME" when in multiMAN
      • EE XMB Themes (MM zip install)
      **Extra PKG files are located in "dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/PKG"

      Download & Additional Details:

    via or mM Update
    Source: multiMAN Online Update /
    Last edited: May 5, 2016


Discussion in 'PS3 News' started by STLcardsWS, May 3, 2016.

    1. Assassins
      Thank you very much. Another nice work.
    2. johtaja
      Been using multiMAN since OFW3.41+dongle, and will use till the end of times! Absolutely best manager ever.
    3. Tranced
      Next on the download list :) Thanks Deank.
    4. jonnyjaeger
      What's up with the new message about pricing of mmcm on fresh base installation??
    5. PickPocket
      when is this tool going to be provided for the new d-rex 4.80? Seems not to be running at the moment with errors as the bd emulator is not responding. (multiman 4.80 cannot enable bd rom emulator error unsupported system firmware)
    6. bguerville
      MultiMAN doesn't really have problems with 4.80 DEX as such, it simply does not support it yet, as indicated in the release notes.

      Deank has been delivering top notch stuff to this scene along with updates & improvements for so many years now...
      However I don't think you'll need to wait very long for the next build of his multiman adding 4.80 DEX support.
      No need to ask when because no one will be able to answer that but him.. [emoji5]️

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    7. Goran
      Thanks Deank for all your work you put into Multiman.
      I have tried for a time now to update Multiman 4.78 to 4.80 Stealth but only get "Error occurred while downloading the update! please try again later".
      Will you release a Stealth version to update with an USB or is this a known problem that will be fixed?

      Best Regards
      Last edited: May 27, 2016
    8. Victor251091
      HAVE just installed mmcm 4.80 but i am not able to mount the games
      i am running on 4.80 rebug
    9. bguerville
      Without enough details we can't help you properly...

      What kind of games, iso or JB? Where are they located? Does multiman detect the games?
      If you use iso:
      Is Cobra enabled? Did multiman change into mmCM on 1st launch after enabling Cobra?
      If you use jb:
      What settings are you using in multiman?

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    10. Victor251091
      the games are not in iso format and are located in the hdd
      the multiman is able to detect the games
      but there is an error for bd rom emulator
      under the settings coloumn I do not get any option of enabling or disabling bd rom emulator
      cobra is enabled
      I am running ps3 4.80 rebug rex
      I am not aware about the JB and settings of multiman

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    11. bguerville
      With iso games, it's normal not to get any bd emu settings, Cobra takes care of everything. Those settings are only accessible for JB games (made of files & folders located in /dev_hdd0/GAMES) .

      Are you in CEX mode?
      I dunno if you have made any changes to default settings but have you checked in the DEX debug menu the option Bluray Disc Access? It should be set to BD drive.
      If the debug menu is not active, use the Rebug Toolbox to enable Debug Menu Type = DEX in the selector column.
      This menu can be used both in CEX or DEX mode & the Bluray Disc Access setting affects both modes.

      If it still doesn't work, it would be good to know whether the problem is system wide or limited to mmCM. To do that, have you tried other backup managers to mount your iso games? WebMAN-MOD is included in Rebug, why don't you enable it with Rebug Toolbox & try mounting a game with it.
      If you can mount games with webMAN-MOD then the problem comes from mmCM.

      You could also give Irisman 3.50.10 a shot.

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      Last edited: Jul 20, 2016

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