X-Flash V16 - Basic support for 2.71 SE-B
New for X-Flash V16:
- Dual Firmware Support.
The same program runs on 1.50 and 2.71 SE, and behaves accordingly
after the PSP firmware version is auto detected at startup.
Limited support is provided for 2.71 SE.
- Faster startup checking, and other small fixes.
Currently Supported for 2.71 SE:
- Disable Wave Effect (disables wave effect properly, so you don't
even see it for that second while your wallpaper loads)
- Custom Monthly Backgrounds, including Plain Black Backgrounds.
- Custom Font (sample font included is now the ASCII font).
- Disable Network Update Icon functionality.
- Custom Name Plate picture (Easter Egg "Art" name plate is disabled
in 2.71 SE since only basic pictures work).
- Firmware Dump (At least 21 Mb free space required for 2.71 SE).
- Registry Backup and Restore Tool.
- Custom Gameboots (Plain black gameboot doesn't currently work).
- Free Space game works. I may have to work on a new prize
Currently Disabled for 2.71 SE:
- Debranded intro and gameboot screens (may get fixed).
- XMB Menu Label editor.
- Firmware Version Spoofers.
- Coldboot and XMB sounds (may be fixed in a later version).
- Plain Black PSP About Screens.
- Some Easter Eggs won't work because they rely on version spoofs,
detailed name plate picture, etc.
Note: many considerations have been made to ensure this release works smoothly on both supported firmware versions.
Features pertaining to Dark_AleX Custom Firmware POC for 1.50 are disabled in 2.71 SE, including the prompt for it's
auto installation at first time use. Writing mp3 file to flash feature is disabled for 2.71 SE due to lack of space left on
flash0 after 2.71 SE is installed. Custom Gameboots are limited in size to 500Kb when using 2.71 SE for the same reason.
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Windows Labeleditor for X-Flash
News from Hellcat:
From version 15 on, X-Flash supports saving the labels from it's buildin menu editor to a file.
With this little app you can edit the "Labels.XF" file from X-Flash on your PC, save it into the X-Flash folder on your memstick, to then re-load and finally apply your new labels to your PSP using X-Flash.
That's it. Plain and simple :-)
*** This program needs the ".NET Framework 1.1 Runtime" installed! ***
If you don't already have it, you can get it via MS Update, the MS download site or the additional link posted in the release thread.
How to use
Just run the XFME_win.EXE.
After a few splash screens you'll end up in the "editor".
Select a label you want to change in the list on the left and type in the new caption.
The program automatically takes care of the correct length - you can't enter more chars as the original length and if your new label is shorter than the original it's automatically padded with spaces.
Once you're done with editing click on the TRIANGLE button of the PSP image, that makes up the apps window, to save your new labels.
You can also click on the SQUARE button to load an existing labels set file.
To quit the program, click on the POWER or the HOME button and then on YES or ENTER on the "Are you sure" screen.
Have fun! :-)
X-Flash Windows Menu Editor:
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Runtime:
X- Flash V16