As you guys know here at Tortuga Cove we dont support spam or advertising, but this is a different story. VGC Repairs will be closing it's doors soon and this saddens us. VGC Repairs has help us here at TC and has taken care of tons of our users, with great products and prices. With all that sad VGC Repairs is offering 25% off their ENTIRE stock. No gimmics, NO Tricks. Buy and save. TAKE ADVANTAGE BEFORE EVERYTHING IS GONE!!!
A side note from me: Thanks VGC Repairs, sad to see you go!
I was away for a long while, a lot of work and real life projects to handle lately, I don't even have time to follow the scene news but I still managed to pre-order a Launch Day Edition PS4 and a Day One Xbox One too
here's my build of the CFW4.41 v1.00 ( it's still v1.00 the very same PUP built initially ) and honestly this may be the last too, I may not have the time to work on all the reversing/patching/building of future firmware versions.
The CFW have all the basic patches needed as usual but ToolBox payload was not updated and not included this time so ToolBox won't show on [app_home] (before anyone start asking about it).
Download and Source: Tortuga Cove Forums
When you first power on the OUYA, you get a message telling you to log in or create an account. As a backer on Kickstarter, I already had an account. I put my login credentials in and I was ready to go.
Next you see this orange screen with "OUYA" in very large letters and four selections.
This section is for OUYA apps that you purchase from the market. The PLAY section is just a way to select an app or game to load so I'll just show you a screenshot.
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