Crazy is how we like it

eLoader ‘bock’
PMpTue, 04 Apr 2006 13:12:56 +000012Tuesday 7. 2006, 12:53 p04
Filed under: Crazy Gaming

I was not sure to post this but what the heck. Fanjita & Ditlew has released a new eLoader version called 'bock' and its the ONLY way to boot up homebrew on you psp with firmware 2.00 and above this is what he has to say:

Oh come on now, did you really think we’d leave you guys? You do know what day it was yesterday, right?

We’re proud to release the latest version of eLoader, known as “Bock”. The major new feature is, wait for it… automatic WiFi support for homebrew on all firmwares! That means that the wifi hack is now officially a thing of the past, and everyone can look forward to seamless networked homebrew, both infrastructure and ad-hoc.


Massive thanks for the trick to enable wifi support has to go to Chris Swindle, who discovered it while working on the networking for the latest release of the Quake homebrew, which we’ve tested extensively to get working with the eLoader. For those who are wondering, this does not mean that we now have more access to kernel-mode – Chris found a function that allows you to load and initialise the networking libraries from within user-mode.


The other minor feature is that the default menu now caches the list of homebrew on your memory stick, so if it’s less than an hour since the menu last scanned, then it will just load the cached data instead, making it much faster to load the menu if you have a lot of homebrew.

Download eLoader v0.9.7 “Bock” – Auto Installer for Windows


Download eLoader v0.9.7 “Bock” – ZIP for other Operating Systems



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