List Titles Installed on USB and Check Their Size
The following describes how to list the titles installed on the USB device and how to check their size
using System Config Tool and command line.
The file size that is returned may not match the size of the title written to the USB storage device. It may be either larger than or equal to the actual size. The number returned represents the quota size.
To list and check size using System Config Tool
- In System Config Tool Root Menu, navigate to
Title Launcher, and then press the A Button.
All titles on all devices are displayed, sorted by device type or application type. Press the
X Button to resort the titles.
The titles on the USB storage device are listed under usb
(x), where x is the number of the USB device. Each title has a number followed by a title
name. For example:
<00050000_11aaaa00> : Short Title Name (EN) [GAME] [usb1]
- Navigate to a title, and then press the A Button. On the
Title Information screen, the size is listed under the application icon.
To list and check size using the System Config Tool command line
- The CAT-DEV must to be in PCFS boot mode before proceeding. For information about
changing boot modes, see this Change CAT-DEV Boot
- Navigate to the folder where you installed the Cafe SDK, and then double-click
cafe.bat. The Cygwin command window opens.
At the Cafe Cygwin shell command prompt, type
cafeon, and then press ENTER.
Do not press CTRL+C after the CAT-DEV reboots.
- At the System Config Tool command prompt, type
list /s, and then press ENTER. All of
the installed titles on the Cafe console are listed. The titles on the USB storage device contain
storage_usbxx as part of the volume information.
- To get the total size of the application, at the Cafe Cygwin shell command prompt, type
title_location/title_name and then press ENTER. For example,
Working with USB Storage Devices
Formatting the USB Storage device
Browsing and Launching a title from the USB Storage device
USB Application Mastering Overview
Hard Disk Based Emulation
System Devices and File Systems
2013/05/08 Automated cleanup pass.
2013/04/15 Cleanup pass.
2012/10/05 Removed references to UI-based viewing.
2012/09/05 Initial document
2012/01/23 Updated for System Config Tool