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    For those of us eagerly anticipating the release of Auraomega's homebrew XMB replacement for the Sony PlayStation Portable, Project4, then here's some bad news: it seems that the development of this very nifty piece of homebrew code has ground to a halt, and from the looks of things, it's not going to continue anytime soon. Ouch.

    So why has development stopped? Here's a quote direct from Auraomega himself:


    Project4 is likely to stop development now as earlier today the source codes were lost. While developing at college, my memory card went missing, this memory card had the only Project4 source codes on it, and quite obviously its taken 6 months to reach this stage in development, I can't really constitute another 2 months to just get back to this level.


    There you have it. With the memory card missing (and still lost, after Auraomega himself made another sweep of his college to try and retrieve it), the chances of the homebrew scene getting access to the Project4 Open Beta 3 version is slim.

    But there's still a chance, however. Auraomega says that he has a Closed Beta 3 version of Project4 uploaded, but the normal user is locked out from it. He's not promising anything, but if the code still doesn't turn up, he'll have to remove the lock via a HEX editor or a disassembler. Good luck to him on that.

    Source: http://pspupdates.qj.net/Project4-de.../49/aid/114172

    I found an Alternative to Project4. Just Google CXMB for PSP's


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    is CXMB basicly a flash theme manager without the falshing?

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    yes, but it still flashes...but only a few files instead of all of them..

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    so this will flash to my psp?! :o omg i hope it isnt bricked
    edit: that was close, no brick, but what DOES it flash

    btw, i hve 3.90 M33-2

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    Shoot. I was going to give it a try when the new one was released. I was really hoping that this would become a fully fuctional XMB replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyl10
    so this will flash to my psp?! :o omg i hope it isnt bricked
    edit: that was close, no brick, but what DOES it flash

    btw, i hve 3.90 M33-2
    WTF? u flashed something and u have no idea what it does? :rolleyes:
    well...now ur screwd cuz at midnight ur psp will fully brick in such a way that not even the TM can fix it.....not rele but srsly..dont flash w/o knowing.
    its was supposed to develop into a full xmb replacement.

    (Compliments of Chode)

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    LOL, i meant CXMB.

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    Here's a link to some cool CXMB's.
    http://www.consolespot.net/index.php?network=xmb

    I have checked this site out, and they have CXMB for 3.90, 3.80, 3.71 CFW's and more.

    While there are no way to uninstall them, make you sure back up flash0 first. And, then just copy and paste the original to re-install the original.

    And really this is a WARNING!!! If you don't know what you are flashing then don't flash at all, lol.... Besides 1st and most important have a Pandora Battery + Magic Stick always with you for insurance purposes.

    If I can find a way to make a guide to where some of the coolest CXMB's are located on the internet.

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