Hi dean, could you please add two more features, if it's possible?
1. "New" fonts for all display-modes
2. Configure .INI in multiMAN itself
This would be great
Dean, do you have a request page? I like many others get pissed when people keep asking the same requestions over and over.
So forgive me Dean and one and all, I have a big request and if anyones going to know the true answer to this it's Dean.
When the time is right would you look into maybe adding a way within your manager,with a payload to use Sony's variant of the drive formatter, to use on usb drives. I think when Sony formats hdd0 it's there variant of fat32, but when it formats sd card or usb stick its the true fat32 as we know fat32 to be? So the short of it Dean, is one day can we/us format a usb drive , in Sony's format? Or have I been missing somthing all along.?
So there doesn't seem to be any interest in a stealth mode. How comes that? Even if it won't help, it won't directly show everyone at the PSN that I started a backup manager. It would just be better to have a stealth version of multiman.
Sadly there won't be one if not even dean replies, but thanks anyways.
wwywong - thanks for the answers to my queries, much appreciated.
Reading is awesome... He has said over and over
PS3 updates it database when you EXIT/QUIT a game. No matter what stealth options you use or what game id's you use - it makes no difference.
Somebody correct me if im wrong, but doesnt multiMAN already run under bles80608, or something like that unlike, lets say fbanext that uses fba0000 so, isn't it undetectable? It would just look like you're running a game. Also, as long as you dont try and direct boot and you run the game from the xmb with a disc in the drive, doesnt PSN just register it as the game youre loading?
I could be wrong but thats the way I always understood it. Now that we dont have to do the crazy boot up process of unplugging all usb and no discs in the drive, why not just leave a disc in at all times? The compatibility is much better that way, anyways.
I just load the game before sign in on PSN, and of course, I don't use direct boot.
Isn't there a way to delete the list where the Game Numbers/Names are listed if you start Multiman and it isn't a problem Sony knows we played a game is it ? They only shoudn't see us use Multiman ?
Or did I miss something ? I read nearly 100 pages to figure out how stealth is doing ^^
From what I understand, If something could have been done to change a games specific Listing at this time it would have been done already. but the PS database will still file it regardless.