Posted By: Kaiser
uo_Ograniser is a homebrew that allows you to organise 1.5 homebrews (KXploited ones) and remove corrupted data icons on the XMB menu of your 1.5 PSP. Originally developed and released by modsyn (named Ogranise-w_SCE_**), this 'UnOfficial' version extends the core functionalities of the original program by allowing you to do more things like keeping your favourite homebrew on top of other titles without a USB connection. For the safety conscious, this program does not write to the flash memory so there is no risk in *BRICK'ing*
What's New In This Version?
Although this homebrew-mod is only an initial release, it is packed with many
features. To start off with, the user interface has a facelift! This new
version sport a new graphical interface, menus and backgrounds to improve the
You may now sort your homebrew titles automatically in alphabetical ascending
or descending order! If you are still unsatisfied with the order arrangement,
the manual sorting (positioning) tool will allow you to place your favourite
homebrew to your favourite spot.
Say goodbye to the corrupted data icons that may show up on the XMB menu! New
feature to this version: uo_Ograniser allows you to repair (rename) the
existing homebrew folders in your game folder automatically by removing those
corrupted data icons. This one-time process is completely safe***, you may even
reverse the process if you wish to restore the original folders name.
And finally, before you could answer 'Yes!' to begin the organising
(finalizing) process, safety checks will be kicked in to make sure your PSP
have sufficient battery life or it is plugged into an AC-adaptor before you are
allowed to perform read/write operations on your memory stick.
Of course! A progress bar indicator will show the percentage of completion
during those long organising process. Upon completion, a summary report will be
generated to give you a brief report on the folders that were processed and
each individual success failure result.
Side Note: **Ever wondered why ORGanise is spelt OGRanise? Well, I must say I'm
clueless too to begin with, maybe modsyn has the answer to this question?
***Dark_AleX and a few others have recently developed custom firmwares for 1.50
PSP, and one of the features enable you to hide corrupted data icons from your
XMB menu. The downside of it is you may risk *BRICK'ing* your PSP because these
applications write directly to the flash memory. Another disadvantage is if you
have a lot of homebrews in the game folder, it can cause a noticeable slowdown.
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