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something for the devs to check out
something for the devs to check out –
i was on ps home last night and on the little console you can look at while roaming i notised that it was showing that i had gaia,multimanager and all other pkg files on my ps3,therefore its really easy for sony to detect.might be an idea for devs to look at what i mean as a way of finding how to make this invisible.i was quite shocked when it showed it all.cant remember exactly what i was doing but if you goto homesquare or something and open your console to change settings you will see what i mean,hopefully it may help,may not but i thought id mention it.
There was a pkg that deletes all homebrew history. Then Multiman added that feature I think too. Check the latest news section, it's all on the front page too.
ive got both installed,they also showed up.lol.it needs investigating i think.
Installed, sure, but did you run them before getting on Home?
Originally Posted by ninjanutta
Home reads the installed games on your HDD via the PARAM.SFO files for each HDD game as well as any PS3 game disc inside your Blu-ray drive.
Only way to change it is to edit the title of the PARAM.SFO files with something other than the name of the Homebrew as well as the directory name (BLES, BLUS, NPIA, etc) so that when you try to game launch in Home, the app will read the title and show what the SFO title is.
EDIT: When I say "title" I mean editing the title in the PARAM.SFO file, not the actual file name. You'll need a hex editor or some sort of SFO editing tool.