Release All-In-One Loader (80+ Mods) [PS3/DEX]

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Server-driven application for uploading mods to your PS3.

What is AIO Loader?
I created an All-In-One Loader for my own personal use, I thought the community could do with something like this so I decided to release. This application is designed to bring all types of mods into one database, idealy to decrease the hassle of needing to open your FTP-client to upload/test mods every so often.

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Current Features:
  • Very easy to use, step-by-step basis
  • Supports DEX consoles only
  • Downloads/updates mods from a server
  • All major games supported: CoD's, GTA 4/5 & Battlefield 4
  • Supports all game regions folders
  • Upload any types of mods/files
  • Allows for custom files/installations
  • View information for mods
  • Supports formatting installation paths
  • Strongly-typed directory structure
  • Save/remember PS3 IP address
Latest Build
AIO Loader - 1.0

Supported Systems

  • Windows XP and above (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10) using .NET 4.7.1
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Installation
Download and run the latest version of the Windows installer, "AIOLoader.Installer.Windows.exe" from the
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Creating an Issue
Please supply as much information about the problem you are experiencing as possible. Your issue has a much greater chance of being resolved if logs are supplied so that we can see what is going on, which will be found in your application's installation path.

Contributing Mods & Code
If you'd like support for new mods then feel free to open a request on the
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Mods Folder
This will contain the files that make up the mod, all file extensions are supported. There should also be the *config.txt* file that will include the installation/upload paths, and while the *readme.txt* file isn't required it would be useful to know some more information about the mods, such as creators/credits, version, etc. so try to include this if possible.
PHP:
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├── ...
├── 'Mods Name'            # Containing mods files (required)
│   ├── EBOOT.bin          # Modded EBOOT.bin file (must be DEX - any region) (optional)
│   ├── update.rpf         # Modded update.rpf file (optional)
│   ├── mod_file.sprx      # Maybe a SPRX file too (optional)
│   ├── ...                # etc. (other files that need to be included)
│   ├── readme.txt         # Miscellaneous information (optional)
│   └── config.txt         # Configuration file, contains installation paths (see below)
└── ...

Configuration File
Inside your mods folder should be a *config.txt* file, this is used to install the files to the appropriate/correct path (case-insensitive). Create a new text file and add to a new line each of the installation file paths (either existing or non-existing) on the console. If any of the files need to be in a specific game region folder, for example an *EBOOT.BIN* file will need to be in *dev_hdd0/game/BLESXXXX/USRDIR/EBOOT.BIN*, so just replace the *BLESXXXX* with *{REGION}* and it will format the path to the user's selected region. An example of a *config.txt* for the mods folder above would look like this:
dev_hdd0/game/{REGION}/USRDIR/update.rpf
dev_hdd0/game/{REGION}/USRDIR/EBOOT.bin
dev_hdd0/tmp/mod_file.sprx
All contributions are welcome just send a pull request :smile: It is recommended to use Visual Studio 2017 when making code changes in this project. You can download the community version for free
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