Plugin Info Warning: Spoilers inside! [titlelugins F.A.Q.] Q - What's a plugin and how do I use it? A - A plugin is a .PRX file that adds additional functionality to your PSP. They can cheat, take screenshots, save/load state, stream video, remap your controls, and lots more. A plugin's installation instructions usually require you to place it's PRX file into your /seplugins/ folder, and to modify one or more of the text files in that folder. There's three text files, one for VSH, one for GAME, and one for POPS. You edit whichever file for the section you want the plugins to work under, like this. ms0:/seplugins/joysens.prx 1 ms0:/seplugins/RemoteJoyLite.prx 0 The first line is for the joysens.prx plugin, and the 1 indicates it's enabled. The second line is for the RemoteJoyLite.prx plugin, and the 0 means it's disabled. Q - When will plugins be activated? A - A plugin will be activated the next time it's section (VSH/GAME/POPS) starts. Q - What are VSH, GAME, and POPS? A - VSH refers to the PSP's native OS/Menus. GAME refers to PSP games (and hombrew). POPS refers to PS1/PSX games. Q - A plugin isn't working for me on a 6.x firmware, what do I do? A - Things changed between 5.x and 6.x, not all plugins work on 6.x. Sometimes you can find an updated version of a plugin that will work, but other times you'll have to use a different plugin to do what you want. Q - I have a lot of stuff, can I organize it? A - If you want to rearrange the order of things in the game list, you can use PSP Content Manager. If you want to sort things into folders, use the Game Categories Light plugin. Add/enable the plugin, then make folders in your /ISO/ and /PSP/GAME/ folders, named /CAT_(category name)/, and place your stuff into them. The Game Categories plugin can work three different ways, be sure to check the added options in your system settings to customize it the way you like. Not all homebrew works properly when placed into a category folder (or even when using certain category view types), though. Q - Can I enable/disable plugins without having to hook up to a PC and edit that file each time? A - If you're fully-hacked, then yes. Shut the PSP fully down (hold the on/off switch until it cuts off), then turn it back on and immediately hold the R trigger to access the recovery menu. You can toggle plugins from there. Terminator02's Guide for installing POPSloader for PRO CFW Rules: [*]If you want to vote for another plugin after posting. DO NOTE EDIT, create a new post[*]Provide a quick description of the plugin if it is not already on the list.[*]You can not -1 vote. Essential (10 or more votes) Vote so we can get some here! [/p] Recommended (5 or more votes) Vote so we can get some here! [/p] They Got A Vote (less than 5 votes) (4) CXMB - Allows you to apply flash themes to your XMB. (2) NPLoader - This plugin allows direct reading and loading of DLC (EDATA/PGD/SPRX) files in their decrypted form. (2) PRXShot - Screenshot Plugin (allows you to take in-game screenshots) (1) RemoteJoyLite - Allows you to output your PSP screen (over usb) to your Windows PC (Youtube Anyone?) (1) PSP3D - Plugins allows you to view games in 3D (with a little help from your classic Red/Cyan glasses) (1) CWCheat - Plugin which allows you to use cheats with your PSP games. (1) TempAR - Alternative to CWCheat and supports CWCheat codes and Action Replay codes. (1) Hold+ - Preserves battery power. (1) Game Categories - Allows you to sort your games, homebrew etc into folders (good for sorting stuff) [/p] Thanks to Terminator02 for BBC code help!