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Is the Sticky: CFW kmeaw + OFW 3.55 + GAIA 2.05 ready to install pack still good
Is the Sticky: CFW kmeaw + OFW 3.55 + GAIA 2.05 ready to install pack still good –
I got my hands on a slim 2001A with OFW 3.15
Do the instructions in the Sticky: "CFW kmeaw + OFW 3.55 + GAIA 2.05 ready to install pack" still work? Are the downloads up to date? I see over 700 posts and its a pain to go through
Last edited by Joshman; 12-26-2011 at 02:55 PM.
I believe just the 1st post is all you'd need. The best of my knowledge everything in that sticky is good to go! Give it a try and see.
Originally Posted by Joshman
Back when I knew nothing about all of this, I relied on psx-scene mostly. I also remember I used the package offered here, because I at that time found psx-scene the most/only trustworthy source.
So yes - It's safe. But no, it isn't up to date. Well I don't think so. I haven't used Gaia since I used 3.41 with my E3 Card Reader. When I upgraded to 3.55 CFW (Via this package) I installed Multiman afterwards. It's all a matter of preference. There's also Rogero Manager, which I haven't tried, but many like.
If you want more, detailed, info I'm not your guy. There's also rebug cfw, which I haven't looked into, but I know some/many use. If you want to know about that, I suggest you ask someone else.
Also, you might want to check up on spoofing, in case you got other persons using your PS3.
Also, you might be interested in apps like blackb0x ftp and all the nice emulators that's been made
Merry christmas, happy new year and most importantly: Good luck with your PS3
Thank you for the replies.
Say, I hear of Multiman and I have since the 3.41 days. I'm the kind of guy that likes to play his backed up games and install emulators. Will multiman support that?
Newer versions of Multiman has a built-in "retro category" - Showing you which games you have etc. + if you have the covers for your, lets say SNES games. It'll show does as well.
Now I didn't like the function that much, I use Snes9x instead. Then I have a USB key with folders A-Z for easier browsing hehe. Having to scroll down a list of a few hundred games gets very old very fast. Especially when you start from A and want to play Super Mario Brothers
Multiman offers playback of backups. Do note tho. that you have to find the BDemu patch in order to run games trough it. Also there's more support for the 3.55 cfw.
I didn't have any problems having to make my own eboots on 3.41 but 3.55 certainly is a lot more time saving.
There's a little guide made by a user for multiman explaining a few things - I think the guide was great, and I still look at it from time to time.
ht tp://gbatemp. net/topic/291170-multiman-beginners-guide/ (Couldn't link because of stupid rule on site.)
Multiman is, imo, a milestone in it's own right. It offers SO much made for free for us to enjoy. I strongly advise you look into which gamemanagers offers what.
I mean - While I like the eye candy of multiman, the plethora of options and all of that, theres only a few reasons I use it.
1) User-friendlyness 2) File manager 3) XMMB.
If it weren't for the FileManager i would be satisfied using a gamemanager offering only playback of backups. MultiMan has Showtime and a tons more while Gaia for instance is only a backup manager
You can install showtime by it self, and run it from XMB + You can have all different emulators installed along side any manager you chose to have.
As with everything in life, it's a matter of preference
Now I don't got anymore time to hang around, so let's see if I get back to you in a couple of hours. With my short memory span I'll probably have forgotten this "conversation" ever took place