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Discussion in 'Xbox One - Tutorials' started by wiired24, Jul 23, 2017.
project sinner was a genuine improvment with a gui
I get that, but you're missing the entire point. I understand it was an improvemnt, but there was already a client in existence that did the job. I'm probably going to be doing away with the old ProjectPegasus client soon in order to support having just a single tool.
I worked out how to verify the apps it downloads to install them on Windows 10
fien but i wiil continue to update the old one though
i use that one and prefer the old style
30 threads explaining how you sideload an emulator isn't helping either.
Okay sure but it just kinda undermines my effort to make things easier for newcomers and have one single client versus 2 or 3 or 4. Do as you wish
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I'm so glad that you suddenly had an epiphany and care so much for this community
i do not have toif that is your wish i will respect that
I mean sure if you still want to use the old one yourself go ahead. If you wanna update it that's fine. I'm just trying to tidy things up a bit
thats because we cant just post it. if we had a homebrew section we could simply release it. but since we are confined to tutorials we have to explain how to do something, so we explain how to sideload
Replace emu by homebrew game and you can load it the same way.
No real reason to make another thread bout it.
A general thread on how to sideload things is far easier to understand then dozends of threads on how to sideload a specific emu/game.
Dinoh, The thing that gets me is you've been following this scene for a bit now, and I just can't understand why this is suddenly an issue now. We've been working this way as a community for months now having each new release as a different topic, and it's never been an issue before. Like Elijah said We'd be better off if we had a xbox one homebrew section where we could put all of the releases that we have had for the past three going on four months.
what? the reason is that we cant just post it. and we have to explain how to sideload since the rules say we have to actual post a tut in the tuts section.
we would just say [release] <insert homebrew here> but we have to make a tutorial
You both fail to get the point.
A general tutorial on how to sideload applications on the Xbone would be better then a bunch of single tuts.
It clutters the board and it would make it hard for first timers to fully grasp it.
Besides, part of the process of homebrewing is also understanding what you're doing.
You wouldn't give a 5 year old a 3DS and tell them to install B9S.
Also, wiired, I didn't respond to your previous post as I expected better of you.
ugh. well if you insist we stop continuosly posting tuts how do you suggest we post new homebrew while still following the rule to post tuts?
Sorry to disappoint you but I'm nothing special, just a flawed human being like everyone else.
My apologies, we will try and work with what you want with regards to organization just instruct us how we should going forward from here.
General well written tut on how one should set up his Xbone to sideload applications and how to sideload it.
At the bottom, you could include a a spoiler box with links to various applications.
Having a cluttered up board only makes it harder for the noobs.
where would we link to? We need a page to explain the homebrew.
@ElijahZAwesome Please tell me this fetches from a open database.