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0x199
19-12-2020
Member since 05-10-2017
5 threads

I've always wanted to make a PlayStation 4 homebrew. Running my own code, natively, on a advanced and boarded-off system like the PlayStation 4, there's some magic to it. I thought to myself, what's the biggest struggle when it comes to modding/gaming on my jailbroken PS4? Probably the installation of patch files, because Sony doesn't allow us to query to their patch checker servers when not signed into PSN. But what if I own the game? Shouldn't that be something I'm entitled to? Having bugs fixed and added improvements implemented to the software I purchased?

Introducing PlayStation 4 Patch Installer

Patch Installer is a client between ORBISPatches.com and your jailbroken PlayStation 4. It's a plug and play homebrew, with no additional configuration.

The homebrew is able to install any listed patch on ORBISPatches.com, as long as the game is installed on your console. Choose the game in the homebrew menu, and select which version you would like to install. The app will then proceed to download and install the patch while you can sit back and relax. I hope that makes this year a little more easy on you.

Click the image to open the YouTube-preview

What about older versions? Easy. If you've already installed, for example, the latest version of a game, just select a lower version and that'll be installed instead. You've now successfully downgraded your game with just a press of a button!

That's nice and all, but what if I don't want patches? If you prefer to play on base version 1.00 for whatever reason, I've thought of that aswell. There's a Delete Current Patch option for every game at the top of the patch selection menu. That'll allows you to downgrade to base version 1.00 and play with no patches at all.

Visit the official ORBISPatches.com download page to download the latest version of Patch Installer for your console.

Homebrew Features

  • Pick game patches from a library with over 35.000 archived patches
  • Update or downgrade any game
  • Downgrade any game to base version 1.00
  • End-user friendly interface
  • Compatible with any Mira-supported PS4 firmware
Credits

Thanks to theorywrong, flatz, IDC, Specter, SocraticBliss, OpenOrbis and all of the OpenOrbis contributors for making this homebrew possible.

Special thanks to Grim Doe for the extraordinary testing and providing the preview footage!

Proudly developed using the OpenOrbis Toolchain!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does this homebrew enable piracy?

A: No. The updates that are being installed using this homebrew are retail game patches, downloaded from the official PlayStation servers. Retail and fPKG cannot be paired.

Q: Why am I getting error CE-36441-8 after downloading a patch?

A: You're trying to install a retail patch for a fPKG application. Retail and fPKG cannot be paired.

Q: Why can I not just use HEN instead of Mira to use the homebrew?

A: Mira has developer utilities available for developers to break their homebrew out of the PS4 sandbox. By utilizing this Mira-feature instead of running our own jailbreak-code, the homebrew becomes automatically compatible with every Mira-supported firmware.

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0x199OP
on 29-12-2020
Member since 05-10-2017
5 posts

Patch Installer 1.01

  • Added external application support (thanks Lush for testing)
  • Applications are now indexed using a different method than before, fixing a lot of performance issues
  • Added a "Refresh" option to the main menu to update the information displayed
  • Added the currently installed version of a application to the main menu
  • Added green and red download icons to the patch screen to identify which patches are compatible for the current firmware
  • Patch information on the patch list screen will now always be visible, also when not hovering a patch
  • Option "Delete Current Patch" will now only be displayed if the application has a patch installed

Download at https://orbispatches.com/homebrew

Ziemas
on 07-01-2021
Member since 07-01-2021
5 posts

0x199:

Patch Installer 1.01

  • Added external application support (thanks Lush for testing)
  • Applications are now indexed using a different method than before, fixing a lot of performance issues
  • Added a "Refresh" option to the main menu to update the information displayed
  • Added the currently installed version of a application to the main menu
  • Added green and red download icons to the patch screen to identify which patches are compatible for the current firmware
  • Patch information on the patch list screen will now always be visible, also when not hovering a patch
  • Option "Delete Current Patch" will now only be displayed if the application has a patch installed

Download at https://orbispatches.com/homebrew

Greetings. Please allow the use of Mira Unofficial. I cant use my PS4 on Mira corectly. Working only on Mira Unofficial and HEN 2.1.3. I'm impatiently waiting for the Orbis patcher versions with the working Mira unnofficial or HEN. Please do it