Two independent translations... One from someone who speaks Spanish, the other from Portuguese. They said the game must be uploaded. No mention of "pictures" to be uploaded. If this is the case, that might not be so bad... People will always find a way to get around that.
If its lost in translation then so be it, but if its not, then I stick by my original statement. beware.
the sharing of complied pkgs that only works on jfwdh sounds like they want others to do alot of work. Less people will do this, and only a few will become devs, people are too lazy to do all the work. sorry too fishy "I have lived for a long time, I am a skeptic, it is my strength."
If you have your dev_flash2 & dev_hdd0\home backed up to PC then you don't need PSN access to reactivate your PSN games & DLC. Just upload all of dev_flash2 & everything in the dev_hdd/home folder via FTP, Reboot & all your PSN content will be reactivated!
I have used this method hundreds of times on CFW without any complications & without PSN access. I see no reason why it will not work with this FW.
I have also used this method to upgrade to a larger HDD. Just backed up EVERYTHING on my HDD via FTP, re-uploaded back to larger HDD, uploaded all of dev_flash2. Everything was back to normal, all PSN content activated! Its kind of a long process but IT WORKS! LoL
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I have never had to use this method more than once. It has PERMANENTLY activated my PSN content.
When i said i used this method hundreds of times did not mean i had to do after each reboot. I have used on my PS3 a bunch of times & on friends/family's PS3's to restore there PSN content
You don't have to upload EVERYTHING on your HDD to reactivate PSN content, only after a HDD format will u need to restore everything. If you just re-install a FW or lose your activation some other way then you will only need to restore your dev_flash2 & dev_hdd0\home
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