Are your files too big to fit on your PS3's FAT32 drive? This little app can help!
This may be a few months old by now, but that doesn't make it any less useful. SimpleSplitPS3 allows you to split large files into chunks less than 4GB, so that they can be used on a FAT32 drive. In addition, you'll also have the option to join delete, rename, change, and recreate fragments as well. This tool also runs purely in Java so there are no OS restrictions. Check out more details below!
SimpleSplitPS3 (formerly MiniSplit)
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