PS4 [Update - v1.0.3] Easy PKG Extractor (by Lapy) - Extract your installed PKGs to USB

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By STLcardsWS on Mar 15, 2020 at 5:38 PM
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    Latest Update - v1.0.4 Released (see update tab)
    Developer Lapy is back with a new release for the PS4, following the previous release Lapy Game Collection (v1.0), the developer is in midst of also creating another game that is currently in development, a re-make of the classic "River Raid" . Seems likely that i ts the next project to be dropping in the future, as the dev share's various progress & screenshots (1) (2) of the early development. Lapy was also working on another project in between game development and now released a handy utility first created for a friend that he wanted to share to the community. This new PS4 Homebrew utility titled as Easy PKG Extractor runs on a 5.05 exploited PS4 system. While the app does not perform a task that can't be done already via FTP, it does provide a much easier way for some user's to backup installed pkgs of Games or Apps. Basically, If you have something installed but want to free up some space on your internal drive or just want to store it for later time, but do not want to have to re-download the entire pkg again if you simply just delete it. Well, the option to extract the pkg to a USB connected storage device is now easier then ever,. This handy utility will backup your content into pkg format and dump to a connected USB device, so it then can be installed at a later time.


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    • Easy PKG Extractor (Ps4)
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      Easy PKG Extractor App for PS4 5.05 aimed at less experienced users. Allows extract PKGs installed in the console to a USB device connected to it. There are other ways to do this using FTP or PS4-Xplorer, but it is not as simple as with this app.

      • The utility will automatically determines which port the USB device is connected to (usb0 or usb1).
      • It shows a progress bar to know the percentage of our copy.
      • Allows you to cancel the copy at any time.
      *Small project made for a Cuban friend, I only publish it because I love the interface​



    • Changelogs
      1.01
      • Fixing a problem with the name of some files and with the calculation of the percentage of the progress bar. Thank you very much to @NagatoRevenge for testing it and to @Vijay71518636 for the feedback
      1.02
      • Added copy options to also extract the Patch and DLCs There are 7 copy options, change the selected one with triangle until you find the one you need:
      • PKG+Patch+DLCs
      • PKG+Patch
      • PKG+DLCs
      • Patch+DLCs PKG only
      • Patch only DLCs only
      1.03
      • Added the option to extract PKG from external drives, but only those with native PS4 format.
      • Use L1 and R1 to change the disk
      • Thank you very much to my friend @abodora2 for the tests and the image.

      1.04

      • Added the option not to load the images to navigate faster between games / apps by pressing L2.
      • Patch size and DLC size are now also displayed. Thanks to @djmega818 @gorshco

    Download (v1.0.4): mega.nz

     
    Last edited: Apr 12, 2020

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