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How To Put Slim PSP XMB Colors On A Fat PSP????

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by dumboy234, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. dumboy234

    dumboy234 Regular member

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    IS it possible to put the slim XMB (background) colors on a FAT PSP? I have a fat psp with 3.90 M33 and a friends slim psp with 3.71 M33-2. Does anyone know how to?
     
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    i dnt think its possible but they should make it like that. also if you find out letme knw cause that would be great!
     
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    I heard that you need to do something with the slim and take out some files and put it on the fat psp.
     
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    alright i think i figureed it out.

    heres the link for the files

    http://dl.qj.net/index.php?pg=12&fid=14965&catid=193

    but when u run it PICK ONLY 12 colours then say generate, andthen u get ur 01-12 file with the 12 xmb colours u choose.

    But i cant find my old 01-12 file to overwrite it, i currently have 3.90m33 so if u figure out (it should be in vsh) then letm me knw. Thanks.
     
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    If you're just on about, literally, the default backgrounds, they can be found at flash0:/vsh/resource, the file is called 01-12.bmp
     
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    sorry for double posting but i figured it out. Just pop the files in vsh<resources (it must be a hiden file)
     
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    Is the vsh>resources in one of the FLASH files? If so which one? If not where is it?
     
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    Yea I know, I just saw that...

    OFF TOPIC: If I get a mp4 movie do I put it in:
    1)Video folder
    2)ISO>VIDEO folder
    3)MP_ROOT 1111.... folder
     
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    1) The VIDEO folder
     
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    it's actually unbelieveable how easy you guys have it with these new versions and you still don't click to them...

    in the OE's we had to fiddle around with VSH/Resource all the time, but now all you do is put files on the memory stick and bam it's done.......

    something that goes to ANYONE touching flash0, Back-up all your flash0 files beforehand i dont think i could stand to see another "help i overwrited all flash files to put a theme on and the psp doesn't work now" thread...
     
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    I still do it all with messing around in flash0 :) Never even tried a PTF theme or anything, they're rubbish compared to ones with custom pafs etc. Ahhh the good old days of semi-bricks and worrying if your backup will work ^.^ i almost miss the days without Pandora...
     
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    yeah i know what you mean, before Pandora.. ^_^ the Flash0 themes are so much better than the PTF's, i tried a few they're not as good.... i miss the OEs too.... they had a few simplified things like automatically detecting POPSloaders.. no need for hunting down plugins and stuff..

    custom firmwares were such a breakthrough in PSP firmwares ^_^ let you do anything you ever wanted to do with a PSP.. then they make that slim PSP along with firmware 3.60, introducing everything the hackers had already done a year ago... shows who's better at this kinda stuff.... ^_^
     
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    u guys can go to 'http://www.consolespot.net/index.php?network=psp' for xmb's u have to access flash 0 on ur psp though
     
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    Wow your sig is a bit too large, forum rules;

    I'm not a Mod so i can't tell you to alter your sig, just warning you if a Mod catches you...
     
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    Well a mod caught it :)

    @alexrodri
    Edit the sig asap - the images are over the size limit and too many lines of text.


     
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    I went to Flash0:>vsh>resources and there was no 1-12bmp. Am I suppose to put it there or is this the wrong place?
     
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    they should be there.
     
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    I have a wallpaper curently on psp, could that be the problem?
     

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