This isn't a good solution, though if Waninkoko's "V2" works on phats, I will probably update.
Originally Posted by albinoman887
Realistically, the soft patch is the ideal solution, what would make it better is if this could be done as an option on startup (i.e. we inject a self into the boot process to check for patches on the USB drive, and run them if found).
The reason soft patches are nice, is because they aren't permanent. Waninkoko's CFW doesn't allow blu-ray playback. Not sure on the status of PS2/PS1 compatibility (since hit "V1" bricked backwards compatible consoles). With the Lv2 patcher method, we simply reboot to watch Blu-Ray movies (I personally don't need that functionality, as I have a very nice networked Samsung 3D BD Player).
What is really needed is a standard interface for delivering the payload/patch files so all backup managers use the same locations and proper code to verify that the patch has already been performed.
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