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I am also curious about what MarcusRaven inquired about. Could I move the game data to an external HDD without having to install the PKG? And also another inquiry: I have up to three external HDDs connected to my PS3. Will this application be able to work with all three external HDDs connected? How will it know which has the PSN pkgs installed?
BTW, the above link to download the file took me to two or three pages until I was able to get the download link. You guys should replace it with this one: Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
Read the post and it will tell you about what hard drives work.
Originally Posted by Jay-Jay
it would be nice if someone can tell me if i can modify a file on the ps3 to achieve the same result because ive been waiting for this since we first started installing pkgs ive tryed to do something like this myself by altering files with no success
For the questions on whether or not this can be used if you move all of your files, instead of having to install all the packages over again... would be nice to know. All I can say is that it sounds like it might work, and I hope it does.
RazorX, yes that would be nice to know., if we could some how adapt it to MFW, or something similar.
Your best bets would be to contact andbey0nd via Tortuga-Cove on both of these issues.
PS: Jay-Jay, this is only for the first USB as of it's current release state.
Last edited by tthousand; 10-27-2011 at 10:26 PM.
i cant seem to register with Tortuga-Cove it doesnt seem to work ive just tryed
You can just move the files. Some games have a LOT of tiny files though, which add onto your transfer time. (Hard Corps: Uprising did this to me so bad that MultiMAN stopped transferring because the wait time estimated up to 200+ hours. >.
RazorX. Talk to bitsbubba, he is a moderator there. I am sure he can help you.
MarcusRaven. Thanks for letting us know
Nice release, thanks andbey0nd.
Yea this will give me use of an old 40GB fat that i was given with a bad bd-rom drive. Multiman locks up when i try to run it, i'm guessing due to the bad bd-rom. Glad to see this, so i can avoid buying a 2.5" drive.