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    Thumbs up NO-KXploit Patcher for 1.50

    Moonlight from PS2Dev has released NO-KXploit Patcher for 1.50 PSPs, heres the info:

    This program will patch the firmware 1.50 (in RAM) to allow it to run normal pbp's.

    The patch will remain resident in the firmware until one of these conditions happen:
    1) A program crashes the psp, forcing you to do 2.
    2) You restart your psp holding the power button or remove the battery.

    You can run/exit games/homebrews, put the psp in sleep mode... none of those things will delete the patch from RAM.

    I don't know if someone will find this useful since most current homebrews are kxploited, but it's a solution to having 2 folders, hiding icons... and all those annoying things.

    It's also an example of a program that remains resident surviving sceKernelLoadExec, sceKernelExitGame, maybe someone finds that useful (there is a part of the code that it's executed with no firmware in RAM , some cool things could be done with that)

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    I woder if it works. I'm pretty shure there is risk of bricing your PSP.

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    it does works, and there is no risk to brick your psp because everything is done in RAM! i donīt know if you understand that..

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    This is great news, personaly I wont use it, however, the proof of concept is awsome work. Very Nice, keep it up. Hopefully this can be developed even futher

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    This is REALLY exciting!!! I have like 60-75 homebrews on a 2GB card. With removing all of the % folders, I will most likely free up another 5-10MB and that's good, b/c my 2GB MS is chock full...

    Thanks Moonlight!!!

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    Why did you update to 2.0? There is no longer anything you can do in 2.0 that you can't do in 1.5: you can even do 2.0 in 1.5!!

    Anyway, excellent work. I'm gonna test this now.

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    good job until i get my BIG memory stick and start filling up with tons of homebrew software then ill download this and give it a try but right now the % folders is not really a bother though

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealthCP
    Why did you update to 2.0? There is no longer anything you can do in 2.0 that you can't do in 1.5: you can even do 2.0 in 1.5!!

    Anyway, excellent work. I'm gonna test this now.
    I had just got socom and gta. and I really wanted to play them lol

    And yes I could downgrade back to 1.5 in fact ive been thinking it over for a while now

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    will this allow you to return from sleep mode while using MPH gameloader? or has that issue been resolved?

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