[RELEASE] AntiBlacklist - Advanced whitelister homebrew for PSVITA TV

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  1. Rinnegatamante
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    Description
    AntiBlacklist is an homebrew-tool for PSTV that will remove the blacklist for games and apps inserted by Sony allowing you to play any game you want on your console.
    Differently to the other tools, AntiBlacklist support both v1 and v2 patches and is also capable to remove v2 patch (if you want to update a game blocked by it and then re-enable it.

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    - xyzz for his vfs implementation for sqlite.
    - All the people on #vitasdk that helped me to figure out what was wrong in SceSqlite.

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    Github Repository: https://github.com/Rinnegatamante/AntiBlacklist
    Download: http://rinnegatamante.it
     
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  2. smileyhead

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    Noice! Can't wait to get a PSTV. :P
     
  3. metroid maniac

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    Third time lucky, right? I think this will be the definitive homebrew for whitelisting now.
     
  4. Zelrak

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    @Rinnegatamante Is there any way to patch PSP games in app.db? I used your v2 patch in hopes of being able to run Tactics Ogre and FFT on my EU PSTV. I really appreciate the permanent PSV games whitelist though, this is awesome!

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    @Rinnegatamante Is there any way to patch PSP games in app.db? I used your v2 patch in hopes of being able to run Tactics Ogre and FFT on my EU PSTV. I really appreciate the permanent PSV games whitelist though, this is awesome!
     
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    The v1 patch should be able to patch PSP games too (but it's not permanent).
     
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    Indeed, v1 patch also patches list_launch_emu, so I guess it should do?
     
  7. Rinnegatamante
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    Rinnegatamante GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Just a little update (v.1.1), now the v1 patch is permanent too like the v2 one. (Requires VitaRW for the permanent patch)

    Download: http://rinnegatamante.it
     
  8. The_Frag_Man

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    I used this to apply V2 patch and now my PSN bubbles are all gone. Is that normal? Can I get them back?
     
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    It isn't. No idea what went wrong. If works just fine for me. Your app.db may have been corrupted?

    Sent from my cave of despair where I collect souls
     
  10. The_Frag_Man

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    My PSP and PS1 games from PSN and the folders they were in disappeared.
    The folder with Vita games is still there, and the patch worked because now I can play one that I couldn't before.
    Not sure what I should do now.. maybe download the app.db and take a look?
     
  11. The_Frag_Man

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    Have checked in the app.db. There's no sign of the missing bubbles in the table tbl_appinfo_icon.
     
  12. The_Frag_Man

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    Using the content manager to take a look at what's on my memory card it sometimes shows an error for some of the PS1 games when I look at the list.
    Thinking that there could be some problem reading the memory card, I went through another cycle:
    power down, remove card, power on, wait for refresh, power down, insert card, power on, wait for refresh

    This time some of the bubbles show up, but not all of them. I didn't get any error message when it was refreshing the database but it was a little slow.
    Is my memory card corrupted now? Or could it be something else?
     
  13. gnmmarechal

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    No idea, frankly. I'd do a database rebuild and try again from scratch.
     
  14. djalmafreestyler

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    Is it useful for those games who require activation to work?
     
  15. gnmmarechal

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    No. That is not the objective of this tool.