Brunolee's Custom Gameboot Tool: Make Your Own PS3 Gameboots
Want to make your own gameboot for most versions of PS3 custom firmware? This tool can help you do it in a snap!
For those that don't know, a gameboot is a little logo that shows every time your PS3 launches a new game. Later official firmwares have removed gameboots from the console entirely, but with this tool, you can make one of your own. Essentially what it does is give you a template boot to start with that you can alter to your liking. After it's finished, the file is then exported as a zip archive to be installed via multiMAN. For now this tool only works on custom firmwares 4.55 and below. See more info and a complete use tutorial in the official release log!
Tutorial how to create a gameboot using "Custom GameBoots" tool Sorry my English!
Using Custom GameBoots tool for first time:
1 double click on "Custom GameBoots.bat"
2 will open a litlle Image software
- edit the image (do not change the name "gameboot", extension ".png", dimensions "512x54")
3 will open a "CFW Gameboot MENU" pop-up
- choose to which CFW the gameboot shall be (3.55, 4.21, 4.30, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55)
- The option " Create gameboot package" redirect to "Install Gameboot MENU"
4 will open a "Install Gameboot MENU" pop-up
- choose the way you want to install the gameboot
ZIP: will create a .zip to install with multiMAN
double click on multiMAN/MMOS
PKG: will create a .pkg to install the tool "Custom GameBoots" ("XMB Manager Plus (XMBM+) Installer" litlle mod)
if select this way, will open a pop-up "Gameboot NAME", type a name and click OK
have the option to create or not PKG, in this way it is possible to create a collection of gameboots without creating always PKGs
choose the gameboot you want with "Custom GameBoots"
Manually: "Custom GameBoots.bat" leave the "custom_render_plugin.rco" in his directory until next use
Just copy "custom_render_plugin.rco" to [dev_flash/vsh/resource/] with any fileManager
Not being the First time:
1 edit or pre/edit "gameboot.png" with your favorite Image software, and put your "gameboot.png" "512x54" in "Custom GameBoots.bat" directory
JoySense version 1.42b JoySense version 1.42b
Raphael has just released JoySense version 1.42b, which addresses a bug that was affecting the plugin's file settings every time users attempted to save their settings in-game or on the VSH menu. Those who downloaded version 1.42 earlier are advised to download this update asap
December Xbox 360 back-compat update December Xbox 360 back-compat update
If this list is (a) in Major Nelson's blog, and (b) available in PDF format, and (c) available through Xbox.com, then it dang well sure that no one's gonna pull this list out. It doesn't feature all the games on the rumored (and pulled-out) list - hence, probably the pullout. But it also features a couple of new items
ISO Tool ISO Tool
A new version of his ISO Tool, Takka's handy homebrew application that allows you decrypt EBOOT.BIN files, repack ISOs, and/or convert ISOs to CSO format is now available.
Developer's note (translated):
Ace Combat: Joint Assault X2 (NPJH-50263) was supported. Do not have the UMD, so of course, but we do not test dummy in the ISO
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