Although this question is technical in nature it's the result of jailbreak. Something (Open Manager) ended up not working with the recent lv2 peek/poke patched PUP/GeoHot CFW combo, crashed the PS3 (release slim), and when I tried to delete it it gave an error. Now I'm left with another issue, the directory that the app was in is still there, it's empty but I cannot delete the directory, it simply will not go away.
I've already tried rebuilding the database but that didn't do any good it's still there, am I going to have to bite the bullet and lose everything I have on the drive, reformat and start over? Or is there another solution? I'm really not wanting to have to spend all that time reupdating, especially on a one megabit connection.
I works perfectly here... but I did it at the XMB, just turned on the ps3, went to uptade and it was ok. But just one question: what is the advantage of doing this if we can't install backup manager? Will it be possible to install it in the future?
This should not be an issue as I've updated my fw from 3.41 to 3.55 and have it patched with the cfw release. Everything working fine on my phat ps3. Only problem now is to wait for the release of a Backup Manager