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March 23, 2011 // 9:29 pm - Today wuepe at Spanish site Elotrolado.net has updated the PS3 backup game manager to Open Manager v2.1 Rev J-2 for PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware users along with sharing an OM 2.1I-2 PS3 XMB Game Launcher mod.

Download: OM 2.1J-2 OMAN46756 3.41/3.55 / OM 2.1J-2 OMAN01234 3.41/3.55 / OM 2.1J-2 NPWR01247 - Call Of Duty B.O. 3.41/3.55 (Stealth) / OM 2.1J-2 NPWR00826 - F1 2010 3.41/3.55 (Stealth) / OM 2.1J-2 Source Code / OM 2.1I-2 PS3 XMB Game Launcher

To quote from French site PS3-Addict (linked above), roughly translated: This mod is a bit special, he is a manager that can launch a single game at a time. It will display the games directly in the XMB as in the picture above. This mod also manages the settings for each version as patch management or automatic execution. It is therefore a function similar to MagicPKG or to eboot tool offered by deank.

In the archive you can find 30 times the same manager but with a different gameid, history does not end up blocking.

Changes in revision J-2 include the following, roughly translated:

  • Signed eboot REV I-2 to run on CFW of waninkoko (Rev J)
  • Fixed always ask where to install the games on the internal disk to start the program, now set the first time you install the OM.
  • Patching the FTP deactivated, the eboot to be encrypted and not possible to change directly from now on will be Full FTP, all units being watched.
  • Include both PKG, both signed to 3.55 GeoHot as Debug mode for CFW 3.41 and 3.55 with dongle Waninkoko
  • Now if we set the external drive as a data unit of play, restart the OM longer asks to set the installation path for backup (only 3.41 and hermes dongle v3 / 4)



Open Manager v2.1 Rev J-2 PS3 Backup Manager is Released

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#11 - elser1 - October 21, 2010 // 7:23 am
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can i use this with ps3 break v1.1 without losing my games and re copying them all... thanks..

oh and thanks for all the work for all previous and current devs.. great work..

#10 - yigal33 - October 21, 2010 // 6:42 am
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Does this mean we don't need to edit param and replace eboot for 3.42 games?

#9 - bitsbubba - October 21, 2010 // 6:13 am
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Quote Originally Posted by Figgzor View Post
Can anyone confirm if they overwrite each other or use same install/game folder? i'm using the 2.1.A. Also does this mean we don't need to edit param and replace eboot for 3.42 games?


depend which package you d/l, I d/led the 2nd pack and ended up having 2.1b and 2.1d (the 1st pack would probably overwrite 2.1b but I'm pretty sure not the games kind of like an update)

#8 - Jes03 - October 21, 2010 // 5:56 am
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Does anyone have an English open installer or a English background for it?

#7 - Figgzor - October 21, 2010 // 5:52 am
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Can anyone confirm if they overwrite each other or use same install/game folder? i'm using the 2.1.A. Also does this mean we don't need to edit param and replace eboot for 3.42 games?

#6 - Krisdog - October 21, 2010 // 4:48 am
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Now that was a very useful opmgr, that you for your hard work!!!

#5 - Wolverin0 - October 21, 2010 // 4:45 am
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Roughly translated by me (wolvie):

I've modified the Open Manager source, developing a new function, to copy the game install folder in a easier way, between the internal and external HDD, like erase or copy just the param file

Controls:
X: Exit app
Circle: Copy the whole install folder from one device to another
Square: Copy PARAM.SFO and ICON0.PNG to another device
Triangle: Erase installed game

Case 1: I've already installed the game in the internal HDD

Open "Open copy install" and search for the game, or in your case the installed game data, they can be many, and press circle to copy game data from internal HDD to external device

When its done, repeat for the rest of the data, like profiles, etc..

In the end choose every data in the internal HDD (Check below to see if its from the internal or external device) and delete with Triangle

Once deleted from internal, create param and icon0. Choose one by one from the internal HDD and press square to copy those files.

Ready, now the game appears as installed on the internal disk, but its actually in the external one.

Case 2: The game is not installed @ internal HDD

Open "Open Manager 2.1", choose the game to install and press Select (this will use the external device as install path) press X to accept.

Depending on the game it may ask for a disc to work, then we start the game, and wait to install as normal, to finish exit the game.

Install "Open copy install" and open it, this automatically resets the internal HDD to normal mode
Search for the installed game on the external device, press Square to copy param and icon0 files to internal drive
X to exit

Ready, theres nothing else to do, the game's now installed on the external device, and appears as installed @ internal.

#4 - PS4 News - October 21, 2010 // 4:33 am
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Quote Originally Posted by Jurai2 View Post
once again: not sure why something like that is news worthy
Yea, I explained that HERE yesterday in case you missed it... can't bother to again though so from now on I will just link to that post.

#3 - bitsbubba - October 21, 2010 // 4:22 am
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Quote Originally Posted by Jurai2 View Post
Looks like they based off Gaia and added one line of code to change the BG path based on region.

hey your name was mentioned this time.

#2 - Jurai2 - October 21, 2010 // 4:06 am
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Looks like they based off Gaia and added one line of code to change the BG path based on region.

once again: not sure why something like that is news worthy