For those of you who've taken a look at Mirzab14's newbie friendly homebrew app CreatDir, you might be interested in knowing that the developer has released the final version of this nifty little app for the PSP. The newest build now auto detects the firmware installed on your handheld and creates the appropriate directories according to it.
* Now auto-detects if you have 3.52 M33 or 3.71 M33, and will make the directories for that specific firmware.
* Program exists quicker than before.
CreatDir 0.3 is designed to work on both the PSP Fat and PSP Slim. Mirzab14 mentions that he will no longer be releasing any more updates on the program unless a new custom firmware comes out that needs to be synched with the app.
Once again, a French and English Readme.txt file is included, so make sure to take a look at it before installing it on your PSP. You can also discuss the app with its author in the QJ.NET PSP development forum, accessible through the link below.
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The following download is for the v0.995 eloader (kriek) and contains the Windows Installer. You can download the ZIP file separately (located in our download section as well)
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