Today I’ve released PKGi PS3, a PlayStation 3 port of PS Vita’s pkgi.
The pkgi-ps3 homebrew app allows to list, select and download .pkg files directly on your PS3.
Download link (latest version)
Source code available on GitHub
See the project’s Readme for more information.
feel free to share you comments and ideas!
12 thoughts on “PKGi PS3 released”
it is possible this to Insert in PKGI
i have no plan how to .
can you help please . I read thats have a auto.update Funktion.
I cannot not the in menu a button for Auto.update.
please help me
so many thanks from germany Berlin.
To use the auto-update feature, you need to add the URLs to the config.txt file. For example, you add a line:
You can read the details here: https://pkgi.psdev.tk/#online-db-update
Hey I wanted ask
Can you send me the midi file or music file for the pkgi ps3 background music
I really like the music and I always wanted to have the .mid file or something
The music is a S3M tracker song, you can download it from here: https://github.com/bucanero/vmucd/raw/master/romdisk/haiku.s3m
PKGi PS3 thinks all of the titles in my pkgi.txt are already installed; they are not. I had installed some Rock Band DLC, made sure it loaded, but when I came back to PKGi, it showed all of the DLC was installed. I deleted Rock Band, PKGi, and the associated .rap and any other files I could find relating to the installed DLC. Then I reinstalled RB and PKGi and moved the pkgi.txt back to the PKGi USRDIR folder; PKGi is still reading that the DLC is installed.
Yes, it’s a known issue. The detection function is quite simple and needs an improvement.
Edit: a workaround/fix has been released in v1.1.3
Sabes co.o puedo comprimir archivos a un pkg
Any plans to add PS1, PS2, minis categories? Also thank you for your work, I really like your project, it’s awesome and much better than those XMB mods.
A new category for PS1/2/X content could be easily added; I’d suggest to open an
Issueon GitHub so I can keep track of this request:
Hello, I know this post is old and you may not even read this but is worth the shot:
I wanted to know if there is any way to backup games downloaded from PKGi, in my PC for example, since I ran out of space in my PS3 and I would like to keep downloading other games. It would be nice to not have to delete my games permanently so I don’t have to download them again.
Thanks in advance if you can provide any help!
P. S. Your project is great! 10/10
get an external hdd for your ps3
Hi, can you add in PKGI the ability to define your own categories in csv files? The function of loading thumbnails from the url from the csv file would also be an interesting solution – increasing the space for a single record.