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    Default Signing homebrew

    how do you sign homebrew. Plese help me


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    *EDIT*

    Install PSCrypter2.
    Put the eboot you want to sign in "sign" folder
    Run app and sign the eboot.
    Copy eboot_signed.PBP back to it's original location and rename it to eboot.pbp.
    Run the app you just signed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shivadow View Post
    Install PSCrypter2.
    But the eboot you want to sign in "sign" folder
    Run app and sign the eboot.
    Copy eboot back to it's original location.
    Thanks but after i sign it in the sign folder there are tons of thing

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    no like where the hell do i put all the files. help me

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    Copy EBOOT_signed.PBP to your application's folder (ms0:\PSP\GAME\[app_folder]) and rename the file to EBOOT.PBP.

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    When you sign it, the tool extracts the DATA.PSP, icon0.png, etc. You don't need anything in the sign folder except the EBOOT_signed.PBP and EBOOT.PBP (Just in case it does not work on OFW). Now delete the original EBOOT in the game dir that you want signed. Rename EBOOT_signed.PBP to just EBOOT.PBP. Now place the signed EBOOT into the game dir. Now test it and see if it works on OFW. Not all will.

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    Sometimes, it wont sign if the eboot is a certain size, I think the limit was 2 MB. Is there a way to sign eboots of a bigger file size?

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    Exclamation Maximum EBOOT size

    As for the latest version, the limit is 4 megabytes.

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