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How to transfer PACKAGE FILES without USB (FTP maybe?)
I just went and remembered my login to ask this exact question.
I dont see why not. I just dont want to have to keep using my flash drive.
You would think this would be mentioned somewhere. A folder in particular to just store some stuff...
I know multiman offered to download a patch, and when I go to install, its listed but when I ftp into I dont see the pkg anywhere. If I could, I figured id dump the rest there.
Does it work with CFW 3.55 KMEAW?
it should... only way to know is to test it. i would o it for you but currently i'm on 3.56 so i can't. i believe kmeaw allowed signing pkg's the same way geohot did, so it should work....
If you are confident in messing around with the flash, you can edit an xml to have it also look in a specified folder on the internal hdd. Original topic is here.
If you were to make the exact same edit as above, you would want to create a folder named "PKGs" in dev_hdd0, I don't know if the path is case sensitive or not. There may be other possibilities with the paths, but be careful editing, as you might have noticed in that thread, I made a bad edit and was forced to reinstall firmware to get my game category back.
Originally Posted by Red 13
I tried some of what was mentioned in that thread, made that 0000013 folder in vsh but it didnt show.
However in multiman I did hit L1 to toggle to the file browser and out of curiosity I browsed to that 13 folder and picked the pkg and multiman offered to exit xmb and have it pop up.
I noticed it seems to have a temp folder in its folder that stores those updates. I saw the path in the options setting.
When I did this it took me to the xmb and that pkg was there, 2 entries for it.
I guess thatll work for the time being.
I've not really looked into this, but the brewology java app that downloads PKG files and then transfers them via FTP puts the files in a TSK (im assuming standing for TASK) folder, then the PKG files are available directly from the XMB...
Could we not just FTP files to this folder and have them work the same way?
Edit : OK, it looks like it might actually be doing some other clever stuff in the process...
Last edited by danmed; 03-07-2011 at 12:36 PM.