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Put the .pkg on a flash drive (usb stick) or external hdd (root). Make sure whichever device you use is fat32 though.
Then simply go to install package files and all your .pkg's should be there.
yup i did exactly that, fat32 usb stick, files are at root.
Originally Posted by testacc22
the same usb stick works to install games, but the pkg files just dont appear for me.
but when i launch install packages, nothing appears to select
is there a trick to get "install packages" from the XMB to work or display the files?
i've not had any luck getting that to work
How very strange.
Well you say you have backup manager on your PS3... so how did you get that on there? Do you have another usb stick you could test out? Definitely on the root of your stick? [e.g. J:\manager.pkg]
There really is no trick, just a plug in + select install package files job. Honestly stumped. Hopefully someone else can help you.
ok i tried a 3rd usb stick and no it works
for some reason the other two usb sticks both fat32 fail to work but this 3rd one works
thanks for da advice
working like a charm
using WinSCP and copies fast
How to make it work with filezilla
How to make it work with filezilla –
I just figured out in 5 minutes why, probably this version does not work with filezilla!
If you were like me and used 2 connections or more then the transfer times out whatever you do.. If you limit the number of connections to just one... then it works ...
(I don't recommend using more than 2 even on v1, because files get corrupted - I tested on unlimited and it happened on a regular basis)
Anyone got this up and running with Midnight Commander? I´m trying to ftp from a synology nas by using MC as a client.
I manage to connect and navigate the file system on PS3 but get following error when attempting to copy:
-Cannot create target file "#ftp:10.0.0.30-E/Filename.xxx" Operation not permitted (1)
Originally Posted by HipHopHead
I'm using Flash XP also, but I'm only getting around 1.6 MB/s max. Is it because I'm transferring using PS3 wireless? My computer is connected to Ethernet though...
For me the 1.0b version with filezilla is faster than the 1.1 with winscp..........
Had to use FlashFXP to get this to work, but seems to be doing the job!