Aside from making custom firmwares IE-x, homebrew developer becus25 is also known for application rGameboot. In case you haven't heard about this before, rGameboot stands for Random Gameboot and it allows users to, well, randomized their gameboots.
Now, becus25 just released the source code for the rGameboot. The last version of the said application was 0.6 BETA and is capable of randomizing three different gameboots depending on the roots. Those familiar with the program know that a tool named Pmffix is needed for it to work.
With this source code release, we know a lot of the PlayStation Portable homebrew coders will give it a thorough look and try on improving the program.
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