i installed rogero 4.21 cex... successfully on a cech-2103a installed fine... but cant seem to run multiman... or any psn games throws error 80010017 except frogger... plays disks no probs resident evil 6 and let me update and it starts... do i need a new multiman like multiMAN v04.07.02 or other files to go along with it... app/home throws error 80028f14.
install package files work... tried with silenthill it installs ps1 title then it asks to activate but wont let me... just install multiman v04.06.00 and it hangs on the little black orb with glasses thats all i tested so far... any help appreciated
thanks again technodon for your nice post last night. i went out today and bought lollipop chainsaw and it played perfect first time.
i been waiting ages to play it but wouldn't buy it cos couldnt even play it on dex.
ok so I've tested this fw out and it works. The only problems I see with it are when you are in multiman or when you are playing a game you can't hit the ps button to quit game it will just keep spinning but never load icons. You have to hold the ps button then select quit game. Other than that no problems. Played mw3 online, max payne 3 online and also played resident evil 6 off external hard drive online. Games update when connected then allow for online play.
For anyone waiting and wanting to stay on 3.55 good luck with that. This cfw will play games unmodified even darksiders 2 with external mirror option. All the games i have that are already eboot fixed still work too so yeah I don't see any point in waiting unless you are waiting for an updated version that exits games properly. I just hit the eject button. Works fine. Well Hope that helps answer some questions. I was on rogero online pup and flashed ofw 3.55 thru recovery before updating to this new cfw.
only game i haven't been able to get working is a split game on external hardrive. one of the drake games. other split games work fine.
i can handle losing one game that ive played the life out of over and over again.
the gains have far outnumbered the one single loss.