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Total Noob Releases 6.20 TN-D. Many new features and bug fixes.

March 5, 2011 2 comments

6.20 TN-D has arrived friends and its way better then TN-C. Total Noob has really done massive changes in this from adding PSone support to fixing the Flash Protection bug, everything has been taken care off.

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ISO Tool V1.968 Released.

February 20, 2011 1 comment

Update: A newer version of this homebrew has been released. Click here to redirect to the newer version.

Takka seems to be working really hard on his ISO Tool and in just three days he has released another update to the ISO Tool v1.968 ( this is a bug fix release).

ISO Tool lets you create XMB Icons of your ISO’s for the 6.20 TN and 6.xx HEN firmwares. It uses the Prometheus Loader internally and is also used to rip iso’s, convert ISO’s to CSO’s and vice-versa, decrypt/encrypt iso’s.

Tutorial:

Making Iso Xmb icon’s to load your iso’s direclty from your XMB:

  1. Remember to store your Iso backup in the iso directory in your memory stick or the internal memory for the PSP Go.
  2. Run iso tool and select the iso you wish to create the icon for and now just select Make XMB-ICON option. That’s it all done.

Changelog:

ISO Tool V1.965:

  • [NEW] TAG D9161AF0 add.
  • [NEW]  Tales totwrm3 patch will add a folder RM3 totwrm3 patch (5.03/5.50 series), PILv1 (6.20 series), dummy.prx (6.35 system) seems to work ( unconfirmed)

ISO Tool V1.964:

  • [NEW] startup check disabled with MS
  • [BUG] 09g of the PIL in the body type of the fixed prx copy of the group had failed
  • [BUG] Prometheus ISO Loder v1 when it started, CWCheat Fixed ID of failing to recognize
  • [NEW] v2/v1 switch to change from R to R trigger buttons
  • [NEW] M33 drivers and startup ※ v2/v1 modified to save the settings for L and R triggers By keeping the button configuration is reversed

Developer: Takka.

Download: ISO Tool V1.968

Source: Takka

6.35/6.31 to 6.20 Downgrader Released.

January 25, 2011 1 comment

If your PSP is at official firmware 6.31 or 6.35 and you aren’t happy with the HBL or you just wanna try out Total Noob’s 6.20 TN-C then this is for you. This downgrader has been signed too so now its a lot easier to do. Don’t forget to read the Readme file and stay tuned for an update as we are testing it on our PSP 2000 V3..

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Half Byte Loader R113: Released for 6.37 OFW and its signed too.

January 24, 2011 Leave a comment

Four days ago Sony decided to fight back and launched the Official Firmware (OFW) 6.37 fixing all the known exploits but the firmware still didn’t do much about the signed homebrews and in less then a week the homebrew family launched a counter attack and has released a Half Byte Loader for the 6.37 firmware. The HBL R113 by JJS has been signed too so all you have to do is just copy the files in your psp and run it from the XMB.

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Sony looking for new security measures: Blu-ray Serial Keys.

January 22, 2011 1 comment

Sony suddenly seems to be loosing the war against the hombrew developers, specially since the kirk keys of the ps3 and psp, which can be used to sign any application so that it runs on all the devices even in the  official firmwares, but Sony isn’t giving up that easy and come we all knew it won’t. Sony is thinking about the security measures used by the PC games – the Serial Keys.

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Total Noob has released 6.20 TN-C and it is signed too.

January 22, 2011 5 comments

Update: There is a newer version of this software available. Click here to be redirected.

6.20 TN might be the fastest updating firmware in the history of PSP Scene and if not then its obviously one of them. 6.20 TN, the first hen by Total Noob was released on the 24th 25th of December 2010 depending on your geographical location and in less then a month Total Noob has given us the third update to one of his best works till date and the best part is he even signed it, so now you don’t need the Patapon demo you don’t need to enable hbl just copy the downloaded file to your PSP and run it directly from the XMB.

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Sony released Official Firmware (OFW) 6.37

January 20, 2011 4 comments

Sony have finally decided to fight back by releasing the official firmware 6.37 . This is what Sony has to say about it:

This is a minor update that improves system software stability during use of some features.

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