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    psp X-Flash V16d (11/11/06) Australia

    X-Flash V16d (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.

    New for X-Flash V16d:
    Bug fix to V16c. Firmware detection routine was blocking firmware version 2.71 SE-B3, and possibly any SE version later than the original SE-B.
    This version will block firmware other than 1.50. 2.71 SE-B, or 2.71 SE-B3.

    New for X-Flash V16c:
    - Custom Coldboot Opening Sound (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Custom Coldboot Opening Sound with Echo Effect
    (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Built in Air Wrench Coldboot Opening Sound
    (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Delete Coldboot Opening Sound
    (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Apply Biult in Custom XMB Click Sound
    (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Apply Biult in Custom XMB Error Sound
    (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Allowed larger custom Gameboot Movie (619Kb Max) to support
    the Prince Of Persia (Blood & Claw) Gameboot Movie.
    (firmware version 2.71 SE)
    - Improved Biult In Plain Black Gameboot movie by DarkStone
    (black movie from V16b sometimes pixelates with 2.71)
    - Fix to "ascii" nickname Easter Egg.
    Menu editor can now be started with Select button or
    from the menu to use the Easter Egg.
    (firmware version 1.50)
    - Implemented Real Time checking for low RAM condition caused by Mikmod loading the music module too many times in one session. This would probably never be an issue, since you would have to
    play the ASCII credits demo or Free Space very many times to consume all available RAM.
    - Fixed "Hello Nickname" welcome screen for 2.71 SE.
    - Various other minor fixes/enhancements.

    Currently Disabled for 2.71 SE:
    - XMB Menu Label editor.
    - Firmware Version Spoofers.
    - Plain Black PSP About Screens (may be fixed in a later version).
    - 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 618Kb when using 2.71 SE for the same reason.
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    I am always interested in correcting any problems that may be found.

    X-Flash Windows Menu Editor

    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 :-)

    Download both files and Give feedback Via Comments
    Cheers, Art.

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    Keep up the great work Art

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    sweet very useful app. keepup tha good work

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    Nice work art, alas, after v16b i have all the flash mods i need for now, so wont be testing this version

    in regard to the mp3 on flash option, couldnt you make it write it to flash1, if people are really that deperate to write a song to their flash?

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    S'funny how today I went on about how I hadn't bothered to put X-Flash V16b on my SE-B" yet, because it didn't support gameboot.pmf's higher than 512kb...Guess what Art...you just got my attention and Pwned the Flashing Fluck out of Uflash...This application has once again found a home in my PSP. Keep up the amazing work, buddy.

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    its good that it allows the prince of persia gameboot, i installed it w/ a different customiser and x flash wouldnt allow it

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    You're right.

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    ART, you're DA BEST MAN!

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    thanks mate

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    Fantastic work, Art. I love all the 2.71SE updates. I was playing with v16b yesterday and installed a few fonts and gameboots. Now I can do even more!

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