ZeroVSH Patcher - ZeroVSH is back to customize your PSP with a brand new build. Check it out here!
For those that haven't heard of ZeroVSH, it's essentially a risk-free way to mod your handheld XMB. In some ways it's similar to the CXMB plugin, but this one allows you to take elements from several different themes and combine them into one. Most recent changes allow users on older systems to see the PSP Go's calendar and clock display. As far as today's revision is concerned, most of the changelog is dedicated to making that representation a lot more stable than before. Check out the notes below!
It works in the following Custom Firmware / HEN:
5.50 GEN. A
6.39 ME / PRO.
6.60 ME / PRO.
If you have a Custom Firmware / Hen not appear in the list, do not hesitate to try it and comment if it works or not, happy is added to the list.
ZeroVSH Patcher is a plugin that allows users to customize their PSP to a greater extent, without writing to flash0 because it redirects the load of different types of files from the flash memory card or internal memory Memory Stick, eliminating the fear of having a brick.
Controls (Version 0.2 and 0.3r76):
HOME Button / PS: Enable / Disable the Clock.
On the Clock:
Trigger L / R: Draw a wave from left to right or vice versa in the bottom of the clock. L Trigger + R Trigger: Switch to Calendar mode.
On the Calendar:
Trigger L / R: forward or back one month respectively.
To activate the Clock and Calendar mode you must put in the SlidePlugin = Enabled Disabled Option zerovsh.ini Photo
No functional PSP FAT RAM questions.
To access the USB Mode or the House will ask you to turn off the Bluetooth if you only choose to enter normally.
If you have activated the plugin may Clock icons Updated UMD UMD and look at a blank image.
Fixed error prompt.
Fixed bug with battery information.
Fixed errors with UMD.
Fixed some incompatibilities with other plugin s.
Added button custom settings for the clock.
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If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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