A few days ago, we told you about danny_kay1710's nifty application PopStation GUI. For starters, this program would be really helpful to those who have embraced DarK_AleX's 3.02 OE-B because this would make converting your PlayStation games to POPS format as easy as pie.
The last time we talked about it, this app was still in it's beta phase thus it has lots of room for improvement. Now, the dev just said goodbye to beta as he released version 1.0. Now that danny_kay has more time to devote to his creation, he added some pretty nice extra features for y'all. So now, what can you do with this app aside from the obvious? Here are some of the new things he hooked us up with:
* Now can use iso's and eboot pictures from anywhere no more manual copying!
* Now you can select the pictures you want to use in the GUI and the GUI will automatically create the eboot with them pictures
* Now you can edit the Game ID, Game Name and the Saved Game Name so no longer will your game appear as Hot Shots Golf in the save game menu and no longer will your save games get overwritten
That's not all! The dev provided us with a bery useful and helpful readme file that comes with the download. Now, it wouldn't hurt if you would browse through it. Kudos to danny_kay for this! Download link's right there, have fun!
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If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
MGS: Portable Ops Plus - Many Characters PSP Saved Game Installation:Unzip this file then Copy and Paste the folder into your SAVEDATA folder on your PSP (accessible by: My Computer > Removable Disk > PSP > SAVEDATA)
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