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Any chance of getting this for Nonpdrm backup? i tried to install it (making the patch folder with the Game ID Folder inside i put the file from here, then i make the  sce_sys folder copy the param.sfo file inside from the app game folder but no luck u.u)

thanks :3

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@lestat_lh Sadly I don't believe it's quite possible "Transfer" this Mod to NoNpDRM. Reason being, the Mod modifies the actual files of the game, textures, models, etc. NoNpDRM games aren't decrypted until they're ran on the Vita, using it's build in decryption method. MaiDump games are decrypted and run on a modified eboot to allow it to bypass that, and run anyway.

Sadly, unless someone figures out a way around this, Mods that are for Vita games (Like this, not just Jap voices or something) will likely remain on MaiDump games, unless I understand something incorrectly.

If it does becomes possible/something pops up, I'm sure we'll have it here as soon as we can find it~

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@xperiagenerator I was aware of this~ However due to the limited scope of that Wiki (and my limited scope on modifying anything on the Vita), I didn't want to give an solid answer, because I didn't know.

It does (at least to that Wiki) seem possible to run some kind of mod here, and either no one has put it together or the Mod Dev. who originally created this mod hasn't pursued porting the mod to NoNpDRM.

If you're more knowledgeable on that particular topic, I'd love to know more about the process of modifying a NoNpDRM game, as again, that Wiki has very little information aside from a few steps and such.

Sorry for my limited knowledge~

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Ah. ok I undestand now @Please login or register to see this the way the MOD of this game was created is incompatible to port it to nonpdrm unless the creator wants to change the way he did i or port it to nonpdrm compatible xD, well i hope he wants to/know how, if not well im stuck in a maidump xD.

Thnx for answer :3

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