Organizing ISOs and Homebrew into Folders on XMB?

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  1. Slyakin
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    PRO B8 is amazing for what it does; It automatically puts all of your ISOs into a launchable faux EBOOT on the XMB. However, my System Storage folder is now pretty ugly, with a bunch of PSP ISOs, as well as random emulators and homebrew.

    I was wondering if there was a way to put these in folders inside the System Storage folder, with labels like "ISOs", "Homebrew", "Emulators", and such.

    Thank you for the help!
     
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    Use game categories lite 1.2.
     
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    game catagories
    it's what I'm using, it will be a little slower though
     
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    The function with the Square Button?

    That just puts things into folders "With Expiration Date" and "Without Expiration Date". Then it puts everything into "Without Expiration Date".

    EDIT: Okay, thank you! I'm gonna look that up right now.
     
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    No, it's a plugin.

    You would make a folder in iso's called CAT_GAMES or CAT_ISO and put them all in there. Same with homebrew, go to PSP/GAME and make a folder called CAT_HOMEBREW.
     
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    Sorry to bother you again, but now I'm having troubles with Games Categories... [​IMG]

    When I put the files into the folders, I go back to System Storage and I find that the PSP reads it as "Corrupted Data". I installed the plugin into the "plugins" folder, so I'm lost...
     
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    Alright, let me see...

    Do you have ms0:/seplugins/category_lite.prx 1 in the vsh text file in the seplugins folder?

    Do you have src folder that comes with it in the folder?
     
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    I didn't put a 1 in the vsh text file, so I'll do that as well.

    I also forgot the src folder! Stupid me! Lemme do that now...

    2 questions: Is the VSH text file in all caps? (VSH.txt) Or is it (vsh.txt)?

    Also, Do I put the src in the seplugins folder? [​IMG] I never dabbled in PSP work that much...
     
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    1: vsh is the right one.


    2:And yes you put it in the seplugins folder.
     
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    Okay, my vsh was in capitals, so that should help...

    I'm trying it now. Thanks again for your wonderful help!

    EDIT: It works now! Thank you so much!
     
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    No Problem.
     

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