Brunolee's Custom Gameboot Tool: Make Your Own PS3 Gameboots
Want to make your own gameboot for most versions of PS3 custom firmware? This tool can help you do it in a snap!
For those that don't know, a gameboot is a little logo that shows every time your PS3 launches a new game. Later official firmwares have removed gameboots from the console entirely, but with this tool, you can make one of your own. Essentially what it does is give you a template boot to start with that you can alter to your liking. After it's finished, the file is then exported as a zip archive to be installed via multiMAN. For now this tool only works on custom firmwares 4.55 and below. See more info and a complete use tutorial in the official release log!
Tutorial how to create a gameboot using "Custom GameBoots" tool Sorry my English!
Using Custom GameBoots tool for first time:
1 double click on "Custom GameBoots.bat"
2 will open a litlle Image software
- edit the image (do not change the name "gameboot", extension ".png", dimensions "512x54")
3 will open a "CFW Gameboot MENU" pop-up
- choose to which CFW the gameboot shall be (3.55, 4.21, 4.30, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55)
- The option " Create gameboot package" redirect to "Install Gameboot MENU"
4 will open a "Install Gameboot MENU" pop-up
- choose the way you want to install the gameboot
ZIP: will create a .zip to install with multiMAN
double click on multiMAN/MMOS
PKG: will create a .pkg to install the tool "Custom GameBoots" ("XMB Manager Plus (XMBM+) Installer" litlle mod)
if select this way, will open a pop-up "Gameboot NAME", type a name and click OK
have the option to create or not PKG, in this way it is possible to create a collection of gameboots without creating always PKGs
choose the gameboot you want with "Custom GameBoots"
Manually: "Custom GameBoots.bat" leave the "custom_render_plugin.rco" in his directory until next use
Just copy "custom_render_plugin.rco" to [dev_flash/vsh/resource/] with any fileManager
Not being the First time:
1 edit or pre/edit "gameboot.png" with your favorite Image software, and put your "gameboot.png" "512x54" in "Custom GameBoots.bat" directory
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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