Team aXr^2 are back with a new version of F0 Spacer. This application lets PlayStation Portable owners back up their PSP's flash0. It can also free up up to 2.5MB more space by "dummying" unimportant files in the flash0.
It's been a while since our last coverage of this application, and a lot of changes have been made to F0 Spacer since version 1.1.1. Here's F0 Spacer version 2's complete changleog:
* A total re-write on the codes.
* New menu, selection method, and colours.
* Say bye bye to Loading!
o New Dummy/Free Space options.
o "Restore" Function.
o "Re-enable" Function.
o "Firmware Mode", for better flashing quality!
o New Intro Screen (or splash screen whatever you call that.
o Power Functions, which will cut you off if you have less than 30% battery, and show power percentage in the menu.
This version of F0 Spacer is for PSP Phats only and is not yet compatible with Team M33's 3.71M33 custom firmware. Team aXr^2 is working on 3.71M33 compatibility, though, so hopefully we'll see that in the next version.
This app makes changes to your PSP's Flash0, so make sure to read the documentation included in the download carefully before you do anything.
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