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February 20, 2012 // 3:06 am - Following up on his previous work, this weekend PlayStation 3 developer aldostools has made available a homebrew PlayStatiion 3 application dubbed PS3 FTP Client v1.0 (WIP) followed by v1.1 with details below.

Download: PS3 FTP Client v1.0 (WIP) / PS3 FTP Client v1.1 (WIP) / COMCTL32.OCX (Required) / VB5 Runtime DLL (Required)

To quote: I have made a new toy... these are the features:

  • It rips files (dummies, languages, update, etc) stored on the PS3 HDD/USB via FTP.
  • New simulation mode (shows the results of a rip)
  • If you have a folder with PS3 covers in your PC (eg. MCLUB jpgs), the cover is displayed when a remote folder that matches the titleid is selected (eg. BLES80608)
  • Displays a column with the description of the game (based on the title id)
  • It is a "full" ftp client based on wininet

It may require the ComCtl32.ocx and VB5 Runtime DLL. It is still experimental, some features are not complete, but at least the ps3 rip should work...

Final note: Use with care!! Remember that it touches the internal files in the HDD of your PS3.. The PS3RIP is safer.

PS3 FTP Client v1.1 Changelog:

  • New installer (installs icon on desktop and the required OCX).
  • New file finder (find a file or pattern in a folder and sub-directories)
  • New button to cancel transfers.
  • Bug fixes.


PS3 FTP Client v1.0 Homebrew PlayStation 3 Application Arrives

PS3 FTP Client v1.0 Homebrew PlayStation 3 Application Arrives

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#36 - StanSmith - December 16, 2012 // 6:07 am
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To install multiple PKGs at once just do it the normal way but go back one (to the directory of the USB drive) and press triangle. It will then install all PKGs from the root of USB.

No need for other apps where you can already do it.

#35 - PS4 News - December 15, 2012 // 11:12 pm
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Following up on his previous release, this weekend PlayStation 3 developer deroad has updated his Install Package Homebrew application to v1.3 followed by v1.3b for PS3 CFW users with details below.

Download: Install Package Homebrew v1.3 / v1.3b for PS3 CFW / Install Package Homebrew v1.3 / v1.3b for PS3 GeoHot CFW / GIT

To quote from his blog on the changes: I have fixed a bug on this homebrew. now this tool is perfect (I hope).

My git was updated to this version (1.3) and on the 25th of December there will be a Christmas release.

Update: I have updated the version to 1.3b (the download link will be the same) I noticed before that i could make it install infinite pkg, and now it does.

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#34 - Blade86 - October 4, 2012 // 7:31 pm
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I'm really sorry for my other comment... AND I didn't think before I wrote...

#33 - easy2boy - October 4, 2012 // 7:15 pm
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Exactly what i needed is how to install multiple pkg at once...

Nice tool

#32 - pinoytechno - October 4, 2012 // 5:10 pm
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wow! thanks for a good news

#31 - Prince Valiant - October 4, 2012 // 4:29 pm
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This is a batch installer, it's very useful if you want to install a lot of things at once.

#30 - Brenza - October 4, 2012 // 11:10 am
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I think you would not understand..

Cheers, dude.

#29 - Blade86 - October 4, 2012 // 10:18 am
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Wow, how nice -.- instead of enlighten me with the real features.

So what does this tool do for YOU ? how YOU gonna install this without "install packages"?

Cheers
Blade

#28 - Brenza - October 4, 2012 // 9:59 am
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Blade86 if you don't know what you're talking about you should just be quiet instead of calling something "useless"

#27 - Blade86 - October 4, 2012 // 9:52 am
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Those who got no Option to install pkgs, HOW WOULD THEY INSTALL THIS?
Those who can, dont need this.
Those who want to install multiple pkgs, use the feauture of PS3-EXTRA or self-merge existing ones.

So the question is: WHO NEEDS THIS? No offence, but also no respect!

Cheers
Blade