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  1. #1 Change Network Update to launch Recovery mode 
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    Its kind of a pain to have to reboot to get to recovery, is there a way to launch the recovery mode using the network update? i saw a tut for this on afterdawn, but it didnt support 3.40-oe.
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    I don't know about using the network update but there are eboots out there that will let you go to the recovery menu in 3.40 without reseting.
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    cool, if i knew how to rewrite prx's i would change the network update to launch that eboot. But alas, i am programming illiterate.
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    yeah there is its most likely a plugin, it may be on dl.qj.net, ive seen it before, most themes wont let the network update work because they have been made to only run the recovery plugin. good luck finding it, if i do i'l post a link for you. any help needed just pm me.
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    i found a prx that will launch and eboot in a certain directory, but i cant find the eboot for the 3.40-oe recovery mode. I found the one for 3.03-oe, but it doesnt work. If you find the 3.40 one let me know, then i'll package the files up and write a guide for this.
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    oh right actually i think it may have been when i had my old 3.03 firmware that i had it, sorry for the mix up
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    The Updater Flasher 3.xx UE v2 app has the option to install the recovery eboot. Just choose to install the eboot alone you dont have to flash the themes if you dont want to.

    I would give you the link but this site wont let me put any links untill i have 15 post (how lame). sorry google it
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    I thought the post count deal was a bitch too, thanks for the help though.
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