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Try use the original rockbox.ipod
Work's for me in Ipod photo 30 gb!!
I need the hermes file but the link is down
Ok i tried it several more times about 20 i guess...sometimes i get unknown usb detected and sometimes i get /app_home/PS3_GAME/ folder Install Package Files folder BUT still i get the same result as before i get that (80028F14) error and No packages found when i click on them...its like everything is there but it doesn't want to work I have downloaded this http://www.mediafire.com/?qgcu9xt6cxmsamb and put in the 5g video version in the video rockbox.ipod file in both .rockbox folder and PSGROOVE still nothing...AHHH this is so aggravating I "cracked, unlock, jailbroken whatever" xbox360,wii,and all versions of the iphone...why is this PS3 by far the hardest? oh yeah my ps3 is ver 3.41
Originally Posted by lost_hero
Fore those who doesn't see any pkg's - you should put the pkg's you want to install on a USB stick first.
There is no payload that contain Hermes's and AerialX's payload's together.
They are separate.
And the AerialX's payload port doesnt seem to work as it should.
here you go guys
link to ipod video patched rockbox file
this is the 1 i been using now for few days! cheers to slok and DanyL
MULTIPLE LINKS HERE
Uploaded Hermes's payload binary and my last patches to box, they never erased my files (some of my files are more then 2 years).
Perfect, thanks, now people won't go crazy with the links xD.
anyone know the deal with the files. Seems they are all down, including the older ones. I am looking for the ipod mini 2nd gen hermes version. Thanks.
Nevermind. Missed DanyL's post above. Thank you for the box.net link!
Heh, nice work getting the payload to work. Im still using the older binary without that support, I might aswell switch over if it only improves on BM2!
Just a quick question: When I put a disc in the drive and run BM and load a game, surely my disc isn't being read so it won't affect my laser/blu ray drive at all anyway? I.e. it only would really matter for people without a working Blu Ray drive? Is that right?
The drive is working for a few sec\min - so it does save you laser.