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Descargar Custom Emulator Firmware 6.60 TN-B for Gravity Crash exploit






-- Gravity Crash exploit by teck4
-- for PSVita 1.81

I hope you buy exploited game in the PSN.

(Using):
  Copy both savedata folders to PSVita by CMA(Open CMA is prefer)->
  ->Run game->Editor->Press START->Load level->Choose "exploit"->
  ->Save level->Enjoy it ;)

(Credits):
  frostegater - EU and US versions

(Thanks):
  Temik007 - testing EU version
  lupus - testing EU version
  ODDREN - testing US version
  leewenz27 master - testing US version
  wololo - ninja releasing

(30.10.2012)

- Custom Emulator Firmware 6.60 TN-B
- for PSVita 1.81
- by Total_Noob


INFO: I am sorry those guys, who couldn't download the exploit game yet. In the EU Store it has been already removed.
      Those who leaked the Exploit name are idiots who just hurt the scene, not me. I just do my best, it's not my fault that they do such damn acts.


- Changelog CEF 6.60 TN-B
  * Added more patches to get higher games compatibility.
  * Fixed bug that makes incompatibility with some games.
    (this also fixes bug that freezes your PSVita when you return from PSVita Menu to the backup game or when you resume the device).
  * Set CPU speed to 333 (experimental, not tested yet).
  * Removed hardcoded offsets and savedata path (makes porting CEF very easily).
  * FAKE.ISO is not needed anymore.
  * Forge "." and ".." entries in directories, because the PSPEmu does not read them.
    This increases compatibility with many homebrews.


- Changelog TN Menu 0.2 (bugs here will be fixed later, I just focused on CEF bugs)
  * Added ability to move backup games to ms0:/ISO (by pressing X on the game).
  * Added ability to load purchased PSN games.
  * In the progress bar now it shows the speed instead of the past seconds.
  * Added configuration menu (show it by pressing []).
  * Using ISO/CSO reader by Takka.
  * Added memory free space.


- Instructions
  * You just should either have the mini "Urbanix" or "Mad Blocker Alpha: ROTF" from PS Store. Else, you're fucked ;-)
  * Extract the associated folder (see below) to "PSAVEDATA/*SOMECHARACTERS*/..." and copy the new savedata to your PSVita with CMA.
  * Launch the mini and after the savedata loading the screen should be flashed WHITE, before it automatically starts "TNMenu 0.2".
    - If you got here a RED screen, that means the exploit couldn't be initialized.
- If you got a PURPLE screen, that means CEF couldn't be started.


- Associated savedata folders
  * Urbanix EU: NPEZ00176
  * Urbanix US: NPUZ00077
  * MBA EU: NPEZ00327CPMEM
  * MBA US: NPUZ00210CPMEM


- About "Custom Emulator Firmware "CEF" 6.60 TN"
  Actually it isn't correct to call it "CEF 6.60 TN", because the kernel is always 6.60, but changes are within the PSVita Firmware. But anyways, it doesn't matter how the CFW is called.
  --This "CEF" does NOT have anything to configure yet. All configurations of the previous Custom Firmwares are not available, as they are not useful for "CEF".
  --It DOES NOT support PSX. By emulating 6.60 pops modules I get PSX working, but there is no sound, so better let it be.

  Features:
   * Possibility to load unsigned homebrews and modules.
   * Possibility to load plugins (NPEZ00176/GAME.TXT, NPEZ00176/POPS.TXT).
   * Possibility to play backups with March33 and Sony NP9660 driver.
   * Possibility to get back to TN Menu by holding the START BUTTON for some seconds.
   * "CEF" renames "EBOOT.PBP" to "FBOOT.PBP".
   * Protects you from removing license files, else you have to download the game from PSN Store again.


- About "TN Menu"
  This menu is developed with OSLib. IT IS STILL IN DEVELOPMENT, so it may have some bugs.

  Control:
   * [] to open the configuration menu.
   * /\ to delete a file.
   * X to install a homebrew, move backups, or to load a homebrew/game.
   * Arrows to move.

  Prepare homebrews:
   * Create an ZIP archive of the homebrew, saved as: "FILENAME.ZIP/PSP/GAME/*THE_HOMEBREWS_NAME*/EBOOT.PBP".
   * "FILENAME.ZIP" can be saved somehow, it just MUST BE UPPER CASE LETTER and the filename can ONLY BE 8 CHARACTERS LONG.
   * Save the archive in the savedata folder.

  Install ISO/CSO:
   * Copy backup file to the savedata folder, UPPER CASE LETTER, 8 CHARACTERS LONG.
   * Start TN Menu and press X on the game to move it to "ms0:/ISO/" (you'll reach ~2000 KB/s).


- Donation
  If you want to donate me some snacks and drinks, just click here: https://www.paypal.c...tton_id=8158859
  Thank you :)


- User Interface for TN Menu
  If you wanna help me making a design for TN Menu, just feel free, and draw these images as an application for more orders:
  * DEFAULT.PNG 144x80
  * CORRUPT.PNG 144x80
  * BATTERY_SKIN.PNG (size doesn't matter)
  * BATTERY.PNG (inside the skin)
  * PROGRESS_BAR_SKIN.PNG (size doesn't matter)
  * PROGRESS_BAR.PNG (inside the skin)
  * BAR.PNG (where the game title is) 480x26
  * OPTION_MENU.PNG (which scrolls up) 480x246
  * BACKGROUND.PNG 480x272

  Colors, style and etc. are up to you.
  Send these images to my email: total_noob@hotmail.com
  Please don't waste your time, if you aren't talented. I'll only pick up the best ;)


- Porting CEF
  If you want to port CEF to other user exploits, just check the "H" folder, for "normal" people, that isn't interesting.
  You don't have to modify any files, just use these files:
  * TN.BIN
  * FLASH0.TN
  * MENU.PBP
  * DEFAULT.PNG

  NOTE: Always use this document and add your name to credits when you release any ports.


- Credits
  * Dark_AleX, author of Custom Firmware: Thank you master for your impressive work, I always admired you :)
  * Thanks to Takka for his ISO/CSO reader.
  * Thanks to xerpi who found Urbanix Exploit EU.
  * Thanks to Frostegater for MBA Exploit.
  * Thanks to teck4 for Gravity Crash Exploit.
  * Thanks everyone who collected bugs.


Enjoy it;)


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