CPU Clock Configure Plugin For NTR CFW (New3DS Only)
cell9 has released a plugin for the New 3DS which allows you to configure the CPU Clock, which improves performance on older titles, here is a quote from the source:
If you have any Club Nintendo points left, today is the day to redeem them as Club Nintendo ends tomorrow, here is a quote from the source:
We’d like to remind you that Club Nintendo will be discontinued on September 30th 2015.
We’ve now added the final items to the……
The PS Vita and 3DS scenes are full of awesome releases lately, Major_Tom And Mr.Gas most recently released a huge package of exploits for the Vita, it all started with Major_Tom posting this
Those of you with the old 3DS’s will not be able to use the 3D functionality when playing the game, if you want the 3D game in 3D, you will have to buy a New 3DS.
In an interview with 4Gamer,……
you might be aware that kakaroto, by the time of Christmas last year, released ps3xport, a tool to manage your ps3 backups. what you might not be aware is that he also released a very decent tool to extract pkgs, if the right modifications were made. so me and ZeroTolerance decided to work……
Will Clark a gaming fan, who was disabled three years ago, can now play games again, thanks to a modified seat and control pad:
But the adapted controller means he can play Fifa and some driving games – and he is hoping……
@SMOKE has updated his PS Vita homebrew application VitaButtonTester to version 1.0.2, here are the changes:
Added left and right analog support
Entered into the Revitalize homebrew competition
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you might be aware that kakaroto, by the time of Christmas last year, released ps3xport, a tool to manage your ps3 backups. what you might not be aware is that he also released a very decent tool to extract pkgs, if the right modifications were made. so me and ZeroTolerance decided to work on it a bit.
here’s what we did:
* we added support for pkgs with many files
* we added support for large files inside the pkgs (over 2GB size)
* we also added Windows support, something that did not come included with the original pkgtool (only Linux/Mac support)
Now, why did we do this? Well, the reason is simple. This is the fastest pkg manager i’ve come to see and it has VERY cool features:
– extracts packages in a very little ammount of time (-e)
– prints signatures of selfs inside the packages (-s)
– displays files information inside the packages (-l)
– displays the main param.sfo info (-p)
So, all in all, this is a great tool and it deserved to be improved.
Credits to the original author (Kakaroto) and to ZeroTolerance for helping me out with it, as well as the guys of the #rpcs3 channel, they gave some nice tips
Time for some releases then.
Atm i’ll only provide the Windows release. you need to be on a x64 bit environment (most people should be on one) to be able to run pkgtool.
I can make an x86 build if there’s a high requirement of it, but you can compile it yourself.
Original Repo: https://github.com/kakaroto/pkgtool
My Repo (don’t mind the excessive number of commits, most of them are useless): https://github.com/zecoxao/pkgtool