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PSP Custom Firmware 5.00 M33-2, Popsloader, M33-3 out now!

331w ago - Dark_AleX has released several PlayStation Portable updates today as follows:

Download: PSP 5.00 M33-2 / PSP 5.00 M33-2 [Mirror] / 5.00 M33-2 Popsloader / 5.00 M33-2 Popsloader [Mirror] / PSP 5.00 M33-3 / PSP 5.00 M33-3 [Mirror]


5.00 M33-2:
* Popcorn bug fixes
* Fixed bug that caused some games with certain icons not to work, and caused document.dat not to work.
* Fixed critical bug that caused continous corruption of psx games in RAM.
* Core bugfix: Fixed sctrlKernelSetInit* functions not working.
* M33 network update doesn't work in 5.00 M33, fixed.
* Added the possibility of loading version information from the file flash0:/vsh/etc/version.txt

5.00 M33-2 Popsloader:
* Enables users to run previous versions of pops (Sony's PSP PSOne emulator), allowing for increased compatibility.

5.00 M33-3:
* A bug was introduced in 5.00 M33-2 that made some games and homebrew...

PSP 3.80 M33 PopsLoader v2 released!

371w ago - Dark_AleX has issued an update to yesterday's release of the 3.80 M33 compatible popsloader. The update fixes a bug that prevented sleep mode from functioning correctly.

Remember, you must be running 3.80 M33-3 or higher to use this plug-in.

Download: PSP 3.80 M33 PopsLoader v2


- Bugfix for sleep mode not working when using popsloader

PSP Custom Firmware 3.80 M33-3 and PopsLoader released!

371w ago - Update: Due to an error on his part, Dark_AleX has now quickly updated to PSP CFW 3.80 M33-4 as a bug fix. Changelog as follows:

- galaxy.prx was changed to a new version that is giving problems with slow memory sticks. Reverted back to previous versions. This didn't only affect decrypted isos running in NP9660 mode.

Dark_AleX has released an update to the recently released 3.80 M33-2 Custom Firmware. Now at 3.80 M33-3, the latest release adds a couple of libs to the nids resolver and fixes a synchronization issue with downloaded games from the PS3/PC PlayStation Store.

Download: PSP CFW 3.80 M33-3 / PSP 3.80 M33-3 PopsLoader

The PopsLoader update allows users to run all versions of Pops (the PSP PSOne emulator) for increased compatibility. The updated PopsLoader build is compatible only with 3.80 M33-3. The full changelog is detailed below.

PSP CFW 3.80 M33-3 Changelog:

- Fixed synchronization issue that plugins check code caused in PSN NP9660 original games (fixes 0–80010013 error)
- Added a couple of libs to the nids resolver.
- Added some internal changes required by incoming...

PSP Firmware 3.73 PopsLoader released!

378w ago - Red_Squirrel has released modified version of Dark_Alex's PopsLoader which is now compatible with the brand new PSP firmware v3.73.

Download: PSP 3.73 PopsLoader

The same of original POPSLoader. To obtain 3.73 prxs you can use RSPsar Dumper (or M33Psar Dumper). PRXs must be decrypted, so you need to use SQUARE option in Psar Dumper.
Necessary PRXs are the same of 3.72 pops, so: popsman.prx, pops.prx, libpspvmc.prx e pafmini.prx.

Later you need to insert PRXs in /SEPLUGINS/POPSLOADER as popsman373.prx, pops373.prx, libpspvmc373.prx and pafmini373.prx. At the end you need to overwrite original PopsLoader.prx with the one contained in the package.

Dark_AleX Releases 3.71 M33-3 & PopsLoader for PSP!

381w ago - As expected, Dark_AleX released 3.71 M33-3 today. Included is an updated build of PopsLoader, which allows users to run all versions of pops (the PSP PSOne emulator) for increased compatibility.

Additionally, the update features various changes and bug fixes, all of which are detailed in the changelog below:

Download: PSP Custom Firmware 3.71 M33-3 & PopsLoader


- Fixed a bug in access to flash by USB.
- HEN core: kernel PRX's with syscall exports work again.
- PSP Slim: programmers can set the size of user memory to 52 MB by using a sfo flag. Check sample in SDK for usage.
- March33 NO-UMD driver:
* Fixed a bug that could hang the PSP when exiting with home.
* Fixed compatibility issue with Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles, and maybe more games.
- Vshmenu: it wasn't displaying properly with PSP Slim TV-OUT due to the change of resolution.
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