Let's get straight to the point. The Unique Warrior has released the uFlash v2.00 with spanking new features. This version is the final release. Says he, since Art has already started xFlash (and Art has more experience working with PSP's Flash than he), he won't be releasing any more updates after this one. Although, he does hope that everything goes well with Art and his xFlash.
Anyways, here are the new features that you can find in this version:
* Coldboot changing (only with Menu Edit ( attached with the file))
* Debranded Gameboot
* topmenu_plugin.rco flasher
* Flashing the background for all months. (name it background.bmp put it in flashfiles/background) then choose month
* New security:
* Battery status
* It now works fine with 2.71 SE-B''
You can download the file, the Menu Edit, and the source right here. As for your thoughts or whatnot, just head on over to the QJ Forums.
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