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How to decrypt files that need the .rap file
gj Hykem! Is someone working on improving the interpreter? i remember reading somewhere that someone is working on a better interpreter. Or was it memory management? I read somewhere that what rpcs now uses is the bare minimum needed and that it will be similar to PPSSPPĀ“s memory management.
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(10-01-2014, 04:19 PM)Hykem Wrote: EDAT/SDAT decryption has been improved in the latest revisions.
The most important changes are:
- A new path is now used to load RAP files from (dev_hdd0 /home/00000001/exdata). This is the folder where RAP/RIF files are handled in a PS3, so place your RAP files there from now on.
- File decryption is now automatic. The encrypted EDAT/SDAT file is temporarily decrypted into dev_hdd1/cache and, if the decryption process is successful, the original file is replaced with the decrypted one eliminating the need for a new decryption each time the game is loaded.

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