I’m going to show you, how you can sign PSP games of any size and add them to a bubble so you can run the game directly from the LiveArea. To accomplish this we will need to have an exploit game installed that we then rename. Here we will use the two recent ones: Numblast = Ark2 or Papaton2 =VHBL
The application Fake_NP can sign PSP games (.iso), homebrews, emulators, including eCFW, but it has a limitation:
The size of our ISO signed, must not exceed the size of your game BASE. So if our iso is 1.5GB and the BASE game where you try to make the bubble in is 30MB. Obviously it can not generate a EBOOT.PBP Signed for it, in these cases we will use the tool Sign_NP .
A game from PSN, we will need to use as BASE for the bubble.
A PSP game you want to run directly from the livearea, instead of the game BASE. ( In .ISO format )
But we need to correctly fill in the following fields:
<-c> = If you want to compress our EBOOT.PBP signed (But it may not work, just as -c quit).
<Input.iso> = The name of our ISO you want to run the game instead of the BASE.
<Output.pbp> = The output of our eboot signed, leaving preferably as EBOOT.PBP
<CID> = is our BASE ID of our game, you get the header.bin file , then copy this key and put it in our .bat file (that is copied to where the last word appears).
<Versionkey> = is the key obtained from Versionkey.bin open the file, so it should copy the serial number but removing the spaces.
STARTDAT.PNG = This value is OPTIONAL and can not be put in, it is the name of an image in .PNG format that is used as a boot screen (BootScreen) to start our bubble . (I used size 480 * 272).
Review the following screenshot for idea how they should correctly fill these fields den so we can leave our archive Sign_NP.bat functional.
(CLICK on image to enlarge)
Finally the STARTDAT.PNG is an image of 480 * 272 in .PNG format that will be used as BootScreen, if we add the word STARTDAT.PNG must ensure that your image folder has physically, otherwise it will not work and the sign_NP.exe leaving EBOOT.PBP to be 0kb size.
They can skip this step, leaving its command line like this:
I like to get everyone the right info and I like to help others get the most from there electronic devices. I enjoy playful cleverness and the exploration of technology. My Motto: You own it, you can do whatever you want with it.