Thats your PSN accountid and should not be shared with anyone. Its is linked to the xRegistry in Flash2 and the ACT.DAT and RIF's on the HD. If the link to any of those are broken, PSN activation is lost. Rebuilding them isn't as easy as it sounds.
Sometimes using a backup of your ACT.DAT can temporarily reactivate your PSN games. But only if the registry isn't damaged during a downgrade or something else.
Yes if you like demo's. If you talking about these Debug games: http://www.ps3news.com/subdomain.php...=ps3-debug&s=6
THIS NOT ABOUT INSTALLING DEBUG GAMES WHICH REQUIRE NO EFFORT. Just download them from the link above install and play. There is nothing to patch, just install them. Try this with Retail Pixel junk games and you will get a demo.
The point is to replace the retail eboot which requires a license with a debug eboot that does not. Thus unlocking the game.
The pixel junk games you are talking about are just DEBUG games. Pain, Pixel Junk Racer and Toy Home.
DEBUG Eboots applied to retail pixeljunk games only unlock a DEMO.
This is about applying a debug Eboot over a Retail one thereby unlocking the the retail game. Even if you can find the Debug patch it does not always work. Many games unlock from PSN check but only operate in Demo mode after the Debug eboot is applied.
This has nothing to do with Team DRM's efforts and those who seek to reproduce their work. It still requires the Debug Eboot because there is still no way at this time to decrypt a retail eboot. Debug eboots can be converted into elfs, edited, converted back into selfs and then completely repacked back into an installable package file. It is possible to repackage any of the 26 Debug unlocked games into a single debug package, making any custom installation steps unnecessary.
Debug eboot games have been found to be fully working (no demos) At this time there are roughly:
8 Debug games
26 Debug unlocked games
3 DRM unlocked games
Your Welcome. Hopefully you got the fixed release with wizard box creation. Some internet release groups got an early copy that was broken. Sometimes it just not as simple as installing the Debug patch.