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May 1, 2011 // 6:36 pm - You can update now to the official multiMAN PS3 backup manager version 01.17.04, with download links and the changelog below.

multiMAN 01.17.03/04 Changelog:

  • Initial public release of XMB display mode
  • Favorites column in XMB mode
  • Playback of video files from VIDEO column in XMB mode
  • Playback of audio files from MUSIC column in XMB mode
  • Stability improvements

multiMAN ver 1.17.04 BASE (20110501_222200).rar (19.36 MB) (lastGAME ps3SERV)
For all FW versions
http://www.multiupload.com/16VBGZTQD7
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WRLDMQDF
http://rapidshare.com/#!download|674tg|460123298|multiMAN_ver_1.17.04_BASE__20110501_222200_.rar|20297|
http://depositfiles.com/en/files/nngeurpyx
http://hotfile.com/dl/116442670/8a74fe2/multiMAN_ver_1.17.04_BASE_%2820110501_222200%29.rar.html

multiMAN ver 1.17.04 FULL (20110501_222200).rar (108.45 MB) (2224 covers) (lastGAME ps3SERV)
For all FW versions
http://www.multiupload.com/SCP76GY2ZJ
http://depositfiles.com/en/files/12xllgq0i
http://hotfile.com/dl/116444490/bec6c40/multiMAN_ver_1.17.04_FULL_%2820110501_222200%29.rar.html
http://rapidshare.com/#!download|804tl3|460125344|multiMAN_ver_1.17.04_FULL__20110501_222200_.rar|113713|





MultiMAN PS3 Backup Manager v01.17.04 with XMB Display Mode!

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#2 - randomusername - October 22, 2010 // 6:03 pm
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Just installed it, mightily impressed, thanks for all the hard work!

One thing, when you connect a USB device, full of AVCHD folders do they have to be named something specific or does it scan and recognise via another method ?

Also, are the AVCHD folders mountable/playable via the internal HDD (obviously this is the main annoyance with AVCHD - not getting DTS/24p/Subs etc if played off internal)

#1 - vstace - October 22, 2010 // 6:01 pm
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Looks good, but still just a concept for the file manager?