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Readme:

F0 Spacer v1.1

By Team aXr^2



Caution: We are NOT responsible if this you made a mistake and bricked you PSP.

This program can only be used on firmwares 3.52M33 and 3.40OE.



Introduction:

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This a program that lets you:

1)Backups flash0



2)Dummy unimportant files in flash0 to make up space more to 2.5mb!



**We recommend you to backup your flash0 FIRST before dummying files.





Installation:

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1)Extract archive to anywhere you pleasure.



2)Copy the "F0 Spacer" folder to ms0:/PSP/GAME150.



Done!





Control:

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Well basically there's no need for this section.

Just follow up the intructions in the program.

(lol)





Special Thanks:

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x3sphere: Without your forum this would never happen.

Chilly Willy: Thanks for giving us our first steps.

hibbyware: Thanks for the writing files, and our last steps.

Cheezeball99, DC: Thanks for testing and giving us encouragments.

Family and Friends: ----------(I'll think of something up by version2)





*Notes:

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If you ever experience any bugs, please email to:



StOffBeat - offbeatupshore@hotmail.com



Roe-Ur-Boat - roe-ur-boat@hotmail.com



You will be added to the special thanks if you found one and confirmed!







Revision

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v1

-First Release.

-Bugs: Will not backup if you don't create "fpbu" folder in ms0:/.



v1.1

-Added "about" Section.

-Now the program goes back to the main menu instead of exiting after using a function.

-Flashing Speeds now faster!

-Fixed minor bugs.

-Fixed bug mentioned above (see v1).



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Copyrights: F0 Spacer, Team aXr^2, Aug. 2007



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