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  1. #1
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    Does Your PS3 Blu-ray Drive Still Work After Downgrade?

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    It is reported that not all consoles lose Blu-Ray function after downgrade.

    Lets start a list of what works and what doesn't. Try to include:

    Your Machine:
    Your Region:
    What Dongle You Used:
    What Hex You Used:
    Firmware Downgraded From:
    Firmware Downgraded To:
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films:


    EXAMPLE ANSWERS
    (actual test)

    Your Machine: FAT 60GB
    Your Region: PAL/EU
    What Dongle You Used: MINIMUS 32 CLONE (TEENSY 1.0)
    What Hex You Used: psgrade_ps3yes_at90usb162_16mhz
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES

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    I moved this to the PS3 JailBreak section as this isn't a Guide and I also removed the DGF.rar questions, as since it was first leaked there is still only one- the same as linked in this post.

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    Your Machine: FAT 80GB
    Your Region: PAL/EU
    What Dongle You Used: Teensy 2.0
    What Hex You Used: psgrade_teensy
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES

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    +Rep markjtarr for great thread!.

    Quote Originally Posted by Noha View Post
    Your Machine: FAT 80GB
    Your Region: PAL/EU
    What Dongle You Used: Teensy 2.0
    What Hex You Used: psgrade_teensy
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES
    Is your console UK? and did you use psgrade_teensy_atmega32u4_16.hex?

    Can users include if they used the modified PUP or stock ones. Thanks
    Last edited by zeromx; 12-08-2010 at 11:01 AM

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    Your Machine: FAT 80GB
    Your Region:US
    What Dongle You Used: Ps3Key
    What Hex You Used: ps3key_jig
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES

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    Your Machine: FAT 40GB
    Your Region:EU
    What Dongle You Used: Ps3Key
    What Hex You Used: ps3key_jig
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES

    and after:

    Your Machine: FAT 40GB
    Your Region:EU
    What Dongle You Used: Ps3Key
    What Hex You Used: ps3key_jig
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.41
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.21
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: NO

    Still struggling to get it working :|

    Your Machine: SLIM 120GB
    Your Region:EU
    What Dongle You Used: Ps3Key
    What Hex You Used: ps3key_jig
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES

    After

    Your Machine: SLIM 120GB
    Your Region:EU
    What Dongle You Used: Ps3Key
    What Hex You Used: ps3key_jig
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.41
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.21
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YES

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeromx View Post
    Is your console UK? and did you use psgrade_teensy_atmega32u4_16.hex?
    My console is from austria, i used that teensy file attached in the first post, i used modified pup from ps3yes.

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    Your Machine: PHAT 80GB
    Your Region: PAL/EUR (UK)
    What Dongle You Used: Teensy2.0
    What Hex You Used: psgrade_teensy_atmega32u4_16.hex
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41 (Modified)
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: YESSSS
    Other Info: I had my ps3 JB when it was on 3.41.

    My Log.txt
    manufacturing updating start
    PackageName = /dev_usb000/PS3UPDAT.PUP
    settle polling interval success
    vflash is enabled...
    creating system regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 1)
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    format partition: (region_id = 2, CELL_FS_UTILITY:HDD0, CELL_FS_UFS)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    format partition: (region_id = 3, CELL_FS_UTILITY:HDD1, CELL_FS_FAT)
    creating system regions done.
    boot from nor flash...
    creating nor flash regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    creating flash regions...
    create storage region: (region id = 1)
    create storage region: (region id = 2)
    format partition: (region_id = 2, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH1, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 3)
    format partition: (region_id = 3, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH2, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 4)
    format partition: (region_id = 4, CELL_FS_IOS:BUILTIN_FLSH3, CELL_FS_FAT)
    create storage region: (region id = 5)
    create storage region: (region id = 6)
    Initializing
    taking a while...
    start Updating Proccess
    Initialize elapsed time = 56 msec
    check UPL
    Check UPL elapsed time = 63 msec
    check Package Size
    get package size elapsed time = 7 msec
    start Updating Package
    Update packages num = 30
    Update packages total size = 162260220
    Update Package Revoke list
    read package revoke list package (576 bytes) elapsed = 8 msec
    update package revoke list elapsed = 119 msec
    Update Package Revoke list done(0x8002f000)
    Update Core OS Package
    read core os package (5182047 bytes) elapsed = 314 msec
    update core os package elapsed = 49021 msec
    Update Core OS Package done(0x8002f000)
    Update VSH Package
    sys_memory_container_create() success(id = 0xc0effffe)
    Update VSH's package : 1/22
    read vsh package (1847 bytes) elapsed = 8 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 49 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 126 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 25 msec
    Update VSH's package : 2/22
    read vsh package (4779244 bytes) elapsed = 292 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 329 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 450 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 330 msec
    Update VSH's package : 3/22
    read vsh package (1927089 bytes) elapsed = 114 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 151 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 148 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 140 msec
    Update VSH's package : 4/22
    read vsh package (5498561 bytes) elapsed = 329 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 367 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 646 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 401 msec
    Update VSH's package : 5/22
    read vsh package (2010269 bytes) elapsed = 125 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 158 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 192 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 172 msec
    Update VSH's package : 6/22
    read vsh package (25242 bytes) elapsed = 9 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 51 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 77 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 40 msec
    Update VSH's package : 7/22
    read vsh package (7663270 bytes) elapsed = 463 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 419 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 2002 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 441 msec
    Update VSH's package : 8/22
    read vsh package (10258879 bytes) elapsed = 603 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 315 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 2349 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 460 msec
    Update VSH's package : 9/22
    read vsh package (8773195 bytes) elapsed = 523 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 270 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1513 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 372 msec
    Update VSH's package : 10/22
    read vsh package (8827678 bytes) elapsed = 523 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 350 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1265 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 427 msec
    Update VSH's package : 11/22
    read vsh package (6182668 bytes) elapsed = 374 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 231 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 428 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 310 msec
    Update VSH's package : 12/22
    read vsh package (10251215 bytes) elapsed = 608 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 285 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 784 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 419 msec
    Update VSH's package : 13/22
    read vsh package (10187344 bytes) elapsed = 610 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 292 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1132 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 423 msec
    Update VSH's package : 14/22
    read vsh package (10381187 bytes) elapsed = 606 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 291 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1143 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 443 msec
    Update VSH's package : 15/22
    read vsh package (9899962 bytes) elapsed = 581 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 290 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1231 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 424 msec
    Update VSH's package : 16/22
    read vsh package (8210627 bytes) elapsed = 493 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 233 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1073 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 347 msec
    Update VSH's package : 17/22
    read vsh package (10382360 bytes) elapsed = 603 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 297 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1534 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 465 msec
    Update VSH's package : 18/22
    read vsh package (9649989 bytes) elapsed = 569 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 401 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 7008 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 739 msec
    Update VSH's package : 19/22
    read vsh package (7751745 bytes) elapsed = 462 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 381 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 4643 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 672 msec
    Update VSH's package : 20/22
    read vsh package (8165430 bytes) elapsed = 488 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 394 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 2791 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 641 msec
    Update VSH's package : 21/22
    read vsh package (8287111 bytes) elapsed = 475 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 377 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 4359 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 723 msec
    Update VSH's package : 22/22
    read vsh package (5315230 bytes) elapsed = 267 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 249 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 362 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 311 msec
    Update VSH Package done(0x8002f000)
    Bul-ray Disc Player Revoke
    read bdp revoke package (1905 bytes) elapsed = 11 msec
    decrypt and verify bdp revoke package elapsed = 55 msec
    write bdp revoke package elapsed = 68 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare bdprevoke package elapsed = 58 msec
    Bul-ray Disc Player Revoke done(0x8002f000)
    Update Program Revoke list
    read program revoke list package (736 bytes) elapsed = 11 msec
    update program revoke list elapsed = 2183 msec
    Update Program Revoke list done(0x8002f000)
    Update BD firmware
    read BD firmware package (1966992 bytes) elapsed = 122 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 220 msec
    read BD firmware package (951040 bytes) elapsed = 62 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 178 msec
    read BD firmware package (951040 bytes) elapsed = 59 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 177 msec
    read BD firmware package (951040 bytes) elapsed = 61 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 178 msec
    read BD firmware package (1639296 bytes) elapsed = 104 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 188 msec
    read BD firmware package (787200 bytes) elapsed = 51 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 177 msec
    read BD firmware package (1639296 bytes) elapsed = 98 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 194 msec
    Update BD firmware done(0x8002f000)
    Update Multi-Card controller firmware
    read MCC package (28636 bytes) elapsed = 10 msec
    update MCC elapsed = 50 msec
    Update Multi-Card controller firmware done(0x8002f000)
    Update BlueTooth firmware
    read BT package (644322 bytes) elapsed = 43 msec
    update BT elapsed = 82 msec
    Update BlueTooth firmware done(0x8002f000)
    Update System controller firmware
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 9 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 9 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 9 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 9 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 9 msec
    Update System controller firmware done(0x8002f000)
    update package elapsed time = 119435 msec
    post processiong...
    post processiong done
    cleanup update status (ret = 0)
    os version = 03.4100
    build_version = 45039,20100721
    region of core os package = 0x40000000
    build_target = CEX-ww
    build target id = 0x83
    manufacturing updating SUCCESS(0x8002f000)
    set product mode (ret = 0)
    Total Elapsed time = 130629 msec

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    Senior Member oVERSoLDiER's Avatar
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    Your Machine: CHECH-20048 (PS3 Slim - Singstar Bundle)
    Your Region: PAL (Germany)
    What Dongle You Used: PS3USBJailbreak
    What Hex You Used: PS3USBJailbreak Downgrader
    Firmware Downgraded From: 3.50
    Firmware Downgraded To: 3.41
    Does Your Blu-Ray Player Work For Films: Yes

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    Got mine working again!

    Seems i had a bad disc -.-

 

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