El desarrollador Screemerpl nos trae una nueva actualización de esta aplicación que nos permite gestionar mas de 450 juegos para nuestras consolas Playstation classic

ENLACE DIRECTO: https://github.com/screemerpl/cbleemsync/releases/tag/v0.6.0-beta

New features:


- New default themes by Kevzombie
- We reverted back to Flat covers for a moment as ... they matches internal games covers and look better in EvolutionUI
- EvolutionUI .. totally rewritten game selector based on original PSC GUI but not limited as the original
(Use triangle to see description of button usage in EvolutionUI)
- EvolutionUI should handle more than 450 games
- Four selectable resume point slots instead one as in SonyUI (similar as in SNES gui)
- New options to select widescreen (16:9) or 4:3 screen (as some people just hates black bars)
- New optimised build of PSCX by AutoBleem Team with fixes for billinear filter, resume points ( the option to select PCSX build is removed - AutoBleem will not use PSCX build from console any more)
- New option in PSCX menu to toggle GFX filter when in game
- New option to safely POWER OFF CONSOLE using L2+R2 buttons .. this should be the way to power off... Power button on the console works in a bit unexpected way - try not to use it
- Stability upgrades
- All sounds from console now work in AutoBleem and EvolutionUI
- New translations - Slovak, Spanish, Turkish - some of them are not complete until final 0.6.0
- EvolutionUI plays BGM (as requested by people in Reddit) and still uses same Themes as original SonyUI
- RetroArch crash or quit goes back to AutoBleem now
- Scanning engine now can create folders for games dropped into "Games" folder (this is experimental and may not work for all games)
- All internal and USB games are now visible in EvolutionUI
- Added configurable timeout for QuickBoot

###Known issues

- Memory card manager is not yet available in EvolutionUI - we are working on it
- EvoluionUI can not edit internal game configuration at the moment 


As usual – remove your folders except games and retroarch and copy from new package, or just build new install. Make sure you run rescan on first boot