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  1. #1 Changing Icons. 
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    Hey guys, Justin told me that I could change the icon of any homebrew I wanted using the folder with the "%" in it. But he didn't say how...

    To tell the truth, I'm making my own PSP program and I need to change the background and icon. But I don't know how to do that with C++ (still learning).

    So yeah... How can I change the icons, and if someone can tell me how to do it with C++, I will love you forever.... if you're a guy, then I will like you forever.
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    Yes you can, he referred the dummy folder "%" of whatever homebrew you have, Theres a few app that let you do it but my big fav would be.

    PSPREW. Download it and load your ".PBP" from the "%" folder and you there will be able to change whatever you want, the icon, the sound, the video icon. etc.


    GOod luck.
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    do what mime said, i dont know exaclty how to do it with C++..

    http://www.puffo83.altervista.org/index2.htm

    go there, download PSPBREW, and its a piece of cake from there, as long as you use the %folder... need anymore help... let me know! you could have always PMed me saying "you never told me HOW to change the icons (enter foul name here)"
    then i would have told you right away lol!
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    Cool I wanted to do this because my GBA emulator didnt have these. Just to lazy to ask lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinisloco
    do what mime said, i dont know exaclty how to do it with C++..

    http://www.puffo83.altervista.org/index2.htm

    go there, download PSPBREW, and its a piece of cake from there, as long as you use the %folder... need anymore help... let me know! you could have always PMed me saying "you never told me HOW to change the icons (enter foul name here)"
    then i would have told you right away lol!
    Yes well, I tried PMing afew people and never got a reply from any of them (Mime is one of them <.<)

    Hmm, When I compile my program it doesn't get a dummy folder (as Mime called it)

    Edit: I loaded up the EBOOT from the normal folder and I got to change it ! I got the icon and background up! Now I gotta start coding the main features of my program!
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    i dont know what you mean by that... its just to load the PBP and then edit the icons... i never had to compile a program or dummy folder...
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    When I compile my program using the PSPDEVKIT, It only makes a EBOOT.PBP file and some other useless file that I usually delete (.ELF, .o, .SFO)
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    but why are you doing that to change the icons?
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    After the EBOOT gets created I make a folder and name it whatever my homebrew is and the throw the EBOOT in there and then put that folder in my GAME150 folder and it works fine.
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    Wow really? Im very sorry about that, I normally get a lot of PMs. And I sometimes read them and then I do something else and forget.. I think you were maybe the only.

    Mmm What was your question?? I can try answering here ^^

    Try PSPBrew as I said before, load your .pbp inside the "whatever%" folder and load your icon.. Then just hit "SAVE .PBP" and it'll save it wherever you pick the software to.. Just overwrite. Theres no way you could of have changed the icons and background from the normal folder.. WELL only in one CASE. When theres ONLY one folder available, my Sega emulator came with only one folder...

    really simple good luck.
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    I already did all that, but I used the EBOOT from the normal folder (my homebrew doesn't have a dummy folder for a reason or two)

    Nevermind the PM I sent you, it was last year anyways.
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