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August 26, 2011 // 11:01 am - Today PlayStation 3 developer deank has updated multiMAN PS3 Backup Manager to version 02.04.00 (20110826-181000) which now offers music playback options among the changes detailed below.

Download: multiMAN v02.04.00 Update (20110826-181000) (1.77 MB)

multiMAN v02.04.00 Update (20110826-181000) Changelog:

  • Added: SIDE menu in XMMB mode to access various functions (access the menu with [TRIANGLE])
  • Added: SIDE menu option for XMMB Settings column to switch between ADVANCED and STANDARD settings
  • Added: Option in XMMB Settings column: [Write access to /dev_flash via /dev_blind]
  • Added: Permissions check upon loading a title
  • Added: VP6 file extension to recognizable video formats
  • Changed: UPDATE function in GAME SETTINGS menu will not download updates for higher than your current PS3 firmware version
  • Changed: All options in the XMMB Settings column are now selectable via the SIDE menu (much like in the regular XMB mode)



MultiMAN v02.04.00 Update Now Offers Music Playback Options

MultiMAN v02.04.00 Update Now Offers Music Playback Options

MultiMAN v02.04.00 Update Now Offers Music Playback Options

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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?