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CBFAN releases "SafeImg" for checking PKG files & shrinking PS3 images!
CBFAN releases "SafeImg" for checking PKG files & shrinking PS3 images! –
CBFAN has released a neat PC app for checking out info on PKG files plus ripping out unneeded data from those very large PS3 images, plus an option to split large 4gb files into the format supported by "Open Manager"!
Here is the all current features of CBFAN's SafeImg program:
Attached is current version of my program, along with some screenshots!
Greetings my fellow gamers.
After a couple of days of work and testing with a friend's ps3(Don't own one yet!) i decided to
share my software with the rest of the world.
* Loads homebrew PKG and prints statistics Cheers to naehrwert for the PKG unpacker
* Supports folder-tree operations , such as printing game statistics
* Splits >4GB files to OBM format
* Shrinks down files with unwanted data, use with caution
* Removes movie file data, use with caution
* Removes updates & hidden
* SafeList to block brickers
* Online updates
Have a look on the blog for more info
Author's Blog: http://oldschoolcrashbandicootfan.blogspot.com/
Last edited by garyopa; 10-04-2010 at 05:24 PM.
Reason: Made it even better for the front page!
wow impressive very good job !!! keep up !
@CBFAN - Many thanks for joining us here on PSX-SCENE, sorry for the link problem, I fixed up your news post, and move it to the front page. -- Hope to see more great things, thanks for joining the PS3 homebrew crowd, we need talented developers like yourself!
Nice can't wait for test resuts
nice app cb fan, look forward to your todo list! thanks
This means games like GOW can be put on a external ?
Eh? so are you saying you can run files >4gb from ext? Im confussed. i thought you could only back em up using this/obm tools to ext hdd as it spilt them then joined them when copying back?
Last edited by Irvysan; 10-04-2010 at 06:02 PM.
Reason: confused :)
There was only one, the fake "psp emulator" so far, and that one I think been deleted by most people, it contained inside it's eboot.bin, the ".self" called "manufacturing for update reset" or something like that.
Originally Posted by cbfan
Hopefully that will be the only one.