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What is keys.bin?

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by 1OFDEM, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. 1OFDEM

    1OFDEM Regular member

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    When I use a program to convert my PS1 game, I get this as an extra file. What is it's function?
     
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    glenquag Regular member

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    I don't know what it does, but when you put it on your psp you are suppost to put that on too.
     
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    svtstang Regular member

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    keys.bin is a file that is associated with a laegit sony psxpsp game, in this case hot shots golf. It makes the psp think that your game is an official game put out by Sony. If you use a OE higher then 3.03 you dont need it.
     
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    That's odd, I use 3.03 OE-C and I don't use keys.bin files with my eboots.
     
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    svtstang Regular member

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    3.03 and above dont need it, sorry for not typing incorrectly.
     
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    Ok, so then keys.bin is worthless to me. Thanks for taking some of your time to answer my question, svtstang :)
     
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    Not a problem at all 1OFDEM, glad I could help you out a bit! And again I appologize for typing incorrectly in my first post, happens sometimes :/
     

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