PS3 FTP Client v2.9 Released – Added Script Support

by ps3iso on July 17, 2012


PS3 FTP Client, a nice piece of work developed by PS3Hax member aldostools, has been updated to version 2.9 with added script support. In addition, the developer has packaged the release with a couple of useful scripts that delete those pesky multiMAN cover photos which have forcefully occupied precious space on your PS3′s HDD. There are currently three scrips to choose from:

More from aldostools:

In case someone want to delete the unnecesary covers from multiMAN’s covers folder in your PS3

(/dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers/)

Use this script:
http://aldostools.org/temp/remove_unnecessary_covers.sc

Code:

;Replace "ps3" with the IP of your PS3 console
open ps3
root
ifnoconnection abort
cd /dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608/USRDIR/covers/
del BLES00005.JPG
del BLES00008.JPG
del BLES00009.JPGdel BLES00013.JPG
del BCES00019.JPG
del BCES00029.JPG
del BCES00049.JPG
del BLES00068.JPG
del BLES00141.JPG
del BCES00142.JPG
del BLES00220.JPG
del BLES00225.JPG
del BLES00226.JPG
del BLES00233.JPG
del BLES00303.JPG
del BLES00345.JPG
del BLES00349.JPG
del BLES00494.JPG
del BLES00509.JPG
del BCES00516.JPG
del BLES00558.JPG
del BCES00584.JPG
del BCES00594.JPG
del BLES00609.JPG
del BCES00737.JPG
del BLES00747.JPG
del BLES00757.JPG
del BCES00816.JPG
del BLES00908.JPG
del BLES00969.JPG
del BLES01007.JPG
del BLES01049.JPG
del BLES01072.JPG
del BLES01097.JPG
del BCES01160.JPG
del BCUS98081.JPG
del BLUS00759.JPG
del BLUS01179.JPG
dirmsgbox "done"
quit

with my PS3 FTP Client 2.9 (updated to add script support)

the script could work also with the Windows’ FTP.exe using the following CMD line:

Code:

%windir%system32FTP.exe -s:remove_unnecessary_covers.sc

but you have to edit the script with a text editor (eg. notepad) to specify the proper IP of your PS3 console.

The script could work also as a batch (with little or any change), if it is renamed to .cmd or .bat, to delete local files 

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