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Article: Showtime Plugin TMDB Released!
Article: Showtime Plugin TMDB Released! –
TMDB Plugin for Showtime 04.01+ [CEX] by facanferff
- XMB Install Package: Showtime Standalone >> www .sendspace .com/file/7gu3ij
- XMB Install Package: Showtime multiMAN edition >> www .sendspace .com/file/tnecsq
Looks amazing still I love it. I wonder if u can get skins for NAVI X ?
Sorry ....but what can it do? I can't even see the trailer.
Sorry for that, there was a typo in the call to Youtube, redownload the plugin from Github link above to fix it (confirm that you overwrite the previous one).
Originally Posted by rexapi
Love it, thank you for making showtime soo much more awesome!
It's really looks nice from the screenshots above. So good job on that.
I don't allow my PS3 to be online, so I may not enjoy the plugin as others do, but good work nevertheless.
You are really missing out on stuff like Navi-X not allowing your ps3 online. I strongly advise you, at least, give that a go, i promise you wont be disappointed
Originally Posted by Jay-Jay
PS3: Slim 320GB / CFW KMEAW 3.55 / multiMAN v04.xx.xx / blackb0x FTP Server v1.2 3.55 w/ FlashFXP 4.2.x
PS2: SLIM & PHAT / FreeMcBOOT w/ESR & OPL 9-r651 / SMS w/PSClient v1.3.1
PSP: PHAT / 5.00 M33-6
@Jay-Jay -- If I'm understanding the situation this tip may help you (or others who do not know)..By setting a fake proxy in the network settings on the PS3, it will never go "online" by normal standards (asking for updates, accidentally logging into PSN or the Internet -- the connection in totally "dead" as far going out of your house. However, when running homebrew like MMan or Showtime, these homebrew apps do not go through the Network Settings like the official stuff does, so you get the best of both worlds... Never accidentally update, etc, but still get updates on games in MMan and can use Showtime. All you do it set some address you aren't using on the proxy, like 192.168.1.220. This also allows your PS3 to get a local address OK and be able to stream movies, etc over your local network, but (again), cannot access the Internet (except homebrew).
EDIT: now that that is said, Perhaps this app uses the real PS3 browser and needs a proper connection to the net? If so, then yeah, I agree, I would not do that myself either. But for those who do not know about the proxy tip in general, hope it helps someone not accidentally update their PS3 over the Net.