Last year I did a piece of writing where I showed you the way to install BleemSync from scratch on your PlayStation Classic. BleemSync is a revolutionary piece of software that allows you to sideload PS1 games onto your PlayStation Classic using a USB flash drive. Yesterday, the team behind BleemSycn released their first official build known as BleemSync 1.0. in this article; I’ll show you step by step on how to Update To BleemSync 1.0 from the previous version of the software. If you’re entirely new to BleemSync, then we also have a guide on how to install the newer version from scratch.
What is BleamSync?
The team behind this project goes by the name “Mod My Classic” with DoctorDalek being the brains behind the complete idea. BleemSync is a piece of software that permits you to sideload your favourite PlayStation 1 games onto PlayStation Classic using a USB drive. Bleem sync achieves this by automating the game database generation method so that you won’t have to alter any database file. that is what you’d have done if you were using Gpghax ( an outdated and risky technique of playing custom games on PlayStation Classic)
In short, the complete method of sideloading games onto PSC has become very convenient, and you’ll do it by following a couple of steps particularly after the release of BleemSycn 1.0.
- Create your custom PlayStation Classic experience by adding your games, emulators, themes and mods.
- Easy to use, UI application to use to permit simple game adding/syncing, modification and configuring. (Compatible with Windows, Macintosh and Linux)
- Better FileSystem support (Ext4, exFAT, NTFS, FAT32)
- Multi-OS support (Windows, Mac, Linux) (basically anything that includes an RDNIS driver. which is a lot.)
- Reliable and steady emulation performance.
- RetroArch support and Integration.
- A multitude of various controller support with RetroArch.
- Big community out there to offer support to fellow users.
- And many more impressive features!
How To Update To BleemSync 1.0 From an Older Version
Note: be aware that save states created in earlier versions of BleemSync are incompatible with 1.0 and up
- USB Drive
- BleemSync 1.0.0 Public Beta
Step 1– start by inserting your existing USB flash drive into your computer. This is often the USB drive you might have created when installing the previous BleemSync from my guide here.
Step 2– now navigate to the root of your USB Drive and delete the following folders.
- BleemSync (if it already exists)NOTE: it’s necessary only to delete these files. If you delete any other BleemSync files, then the migration is less probably to be successful.
Step 3– download the BleemSync 1.0 zip package from the list above and extract it to a new folder in your computer.
Step 4– Copy the extracted contents of the zip file to the root of the USB stick.
Step 5– ensure your console is unplugged from power, HDMI and any powered USB hub.
Step 6– Insert the USB drive in controller port two on your console and hook the power cable back on.
Step 7– once the orange light displays, power on the console as usual and wait.
Step 8– Once the initial install is completed, your console’s LED light will flash red, and a complete install message will be displayed for five Seconds. The console will automatically reboot after this.
Step 9– Once the console reboots and the consoles LED is ORANGE, it means that you have successfully installed!
Step 10– to finish the migration you’ll need to turn the console back on and wait for it as it goes through the BleemSync launch routine. Once it reaches the Boot Menu, the migration is complete!
Step 11– To verify if the migration has been successful or not, launch BleemSync, and you should find your existing games on the carousel.
Step 12– you can turn off your console, and the process is now complete.
This is all, leave me a comment below if you’ve got any questions.