Here it comes :D
- changed the path where the Pandora RFLASH.ELF looks for the original
It now looks for the EBOOT as RFLASH.DAT (simply rename it) and when
not found it looks for /PSP/GAME/RECOVERY/EBOOT.PBP
- added detection of TimeMachine and disabled backup/restore functions
on there, since they don't work propperly on TM.
Complete firmware restore (see below) DOES work fine and is still
enabled on TM.
- added "slots" for the backup functions.
With those you can have multiple independant sets of backups on your
stick and use them directely without needing to rename folders.
If you DO rename the seperate backup slot folders, their new names
will correctly show up in the Flasher - so you can give them
descriptive names that tell you whats in there.
- extended the functionality of the backup/restore options.
You can now restore a complete firmware (flash0) regardless of what's
The flash0 files' signcheck is removed during backup and recreated on
restore, so you can even move and flash the backed up firmware on
another PSP (as long as it is the same model, i.e. no Fat FW on a Slim
and vice versa, model is checked to match before flashing to avoid
This might also come in handy for people wanting to flash firmwares
not nativly supported by Recovery Flasher, like 3.60-M33, which never
can be supported since there's no updater for it to extract it from,
but with the right backup you can install it anyway.
Also note that for restoring a complete FW you also need the target
FWs official updater to be on the memstick (RECOVERY folder or
memstick root) as some updater modules are required for initializing
(for 3.60 use the 3.52 updater.)
*** UPDATE *** UPDATE *** UPDATE ***
(first post has been updated with new download :))