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  1. #91
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    OH Yeah? where is the proof mr.rebel

    well at least i have proven that a non-BC-PS3 Really can play (some) PS2 games, now let the community and graf_chokolo do something with it.
    Last edited by MODERNTHIS; 02-06-2011 at 08:30 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Do you know what is stored in the flash nand? Your getting all defensive and have no clue why they don't have anything to do with each other. Flash nand was used to store firmware and the bootloader for some time.The 16mb one was a revision from the original 2 128 mb ones. The firmware is now on the actual hard drive and the flash nand is still used for boot loading.That's why not as much space is needed.

    Now I want you to explain to me how the cell processor has anything to do with that? How about the RSX video chip? It's just convenience and manufacturing cost.

    Until I actually see proof of someone else doing it it's still not legit to a lot of the community.
    Last edited by rebel101150; 02-06-2011 at 08:48 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    rebel: I think what he meant was if he has VFLASH then he obviously can't have an older 4usb 256mb BC model, he wasnt implying that the two things were releated, just that they came in the same hardware versions, or maybe i'm wrong.

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    i wasn't getting like that i just... (got all emotional)

    you aren't wrong devil303 like you said earlier it says on my log that the vflash is enabled. i have a lot of updater logs backuped from when i downgraded to several firmwares. this is another log from when i converted my retail ps3 to a demo ps3.
    Code:
    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 = 48 msec
    check UPL
    Check UPL elapsed time = 56 msec
    check Package Size
    get package size elapsed time = 16 msec
    start Updating Package
    Update packages num = 29
    Update packages total size = 161806060
    Update Package Revoke list
    read package revoke list package (576 bytes) elapsed = 2 msec
    update package revoke list elapsed = 179 msec
    Update Package Revoke list done(0x8002f000)
    Update Core OS Package
    read core os package (5182047 bytes) elapsed = 221 msec
    update core os package elapsed = 51474 msec
    Update Core OS Package done(0x8002f000)
    Update VSH Package
    sys_memory_container_create() success(id = 0xc0effffe)
    Update VSH's package : 1/21
    read vsh package (1801 bytes) elapsed = 3 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 48 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 114 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 41 msec
    Update VSH's package : 2/21
    read vsh package (5616386 bytes) elapsed = 241 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 369 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 346 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 365 msec
    Update VSH's package : 3/21
    read vsh package (3357775 bytes) elapsed = 145 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 253 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 392 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 283 msec
    Update VSH's package : 4/21
    read vsh package (5240116 bytes) elapsed = 224 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 340 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 350 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 358 msec
    Update VSH's package : 5/21
    read vsh package (24883 bytes) elapsed = 4 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 51 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 71 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 44 msec
    Update VSH's package : 6/21
    read vsh package (10277998 bytes) elapsed = 441 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 313 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1247 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 477 msec
    Update VSH's package : 7/21
    read vsh package (9119239 bytes) elapsed = 394 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 274 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1589 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 437 msec
    Update VSH's package : 8/21
    read vsh package (6606159 bytes) elapsed = 288 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 376 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 553 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 365 msec
    Update VSH's package : 9/21
    read vsh package (8584258 bytes) elapsed = 371 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 245 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 520 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 357 msec
    Update VSH's package : 10/21
    read vsh package (10418012 bytes) elapsed = 451 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 286 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1237 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 413 msec
    Update VSH's package : 11/21
    read vsh package (9232790 bytes) elapsed = 401 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 268 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1661 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 410 msec
    Update VSH's package : 12/21
    read vsh package (10062741 bytes) elapsed = 435 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 284 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1024 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 396 msec
    Update VSH's package : 13/21
    read vsh package (8983213 bytes) elapsed = 392 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 247 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 583 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 363 msec
    Update VSH's package : 14/21
    read vsh package (9529871 bytes) elapsed = 417 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 396 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1559 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 480 msec
    Update VSH's package : 15/21
    read vsh package (8946380 bytes) elapsed = 391 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 358 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 1317 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 426 msec
    Update VSH's package : 16/21
    read vsh package (9556613 bytes) elapsed = 418 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 448 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 2207 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 484 msec
    Update VSH's package : 17/21
    read vsh package (7213545 bytes) elapsed = 318 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 372 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 6311 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 754 msec
    Update VSH's package : 18/21
    read vsh package (8693424 bytes) elapsed = 384 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 240 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 571 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 389 msec
    Update VSH's package : 19/21
    read vsh package (6070665 bytes) elapsed = 272 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 256 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 304 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 346 msec
    Update VSH's package : 20/21
    read vsh package (9841122 bytes) elapsed = 434 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 269 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 474 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 418 msec
    Update VSH's package : 21/21
    read vsh package (6598997 bytes) elapsed = 296 msec
    decrypt and verify vsh package elapsed = 350 msec
    write vsh package elapsed = 3509 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare vsh package elapsed = 546 msec
    Update VSH Package done(0x8002f000)
    Bul-ray Disc Player Revoke
    read bdp revoke package (1899 bytes) elapsed = 16 msec
    decrypt and verify bdp revoke package elapsed = 53 msec
    write bdp revoke package elapsed = 127 msec
    flush_cache(0x100000000000001)
    flush_cache() SUCCESS
    compare bdprevoke package elapsed = 72 msec
    Bul-ray Disc Player Revoke done(0x8002f000)
    Update Program Revoke list
    read program revoke list package (736 bytes) elapsed = 5 msec
    update program revoke list elapsed = 2750 msec
    Update Program Revoke list done(0x8002f000)
    Update BD firmware
    read BD firmware package (1966992 bytes) elapsed = 96 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 298 msec
    read BD firmware package (951040 bytes) elapsed = 58 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 258 msec
    read BD firmware package (951040 bytes) elapsed = 57 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 255 msec
    read BD firmware package (951040 bytes) elapsed = 57 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 256 msec
    read BD firmware package (1639296 bytes) elapsed = 86 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 272 msec
    read BD firmware package (787200 bytes) elapsed = 51 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 254 msec
    read BD firmware package (1639296 bytes) elapsed = 87 msec
    update BD firmware elapsed = 265 msec
    Update BD firmware done(0x8002f000)
    Update Multi-Card controller firmware
    read MCC package (28636 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    update MCC elapsed = 51 msec
    Update Multi-Card controller firmware done(0x8002f000)
    Update BlueTooth firmware
    read BT package (644322 bytes) elapsed = 44 msec
    update BT elapsed = 81 msec
    Update BlueTooth firmware done(0x8002f000)
    Update System controller firmware
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    read SC patch package (4864 bytes) elapsed = 18 msec
    Update System controller firmware done(0x8002f000)
    update package elapsed time = 106564 msec
    post processiong...
    post processiong done
    cleanup update status (ret = 0)
    os version = 03.4100
    build_version = 45046,20100721
    region of core os package = 0x40000000
    build_target = shop
    build target id = 0xdead
    manufacturing updating SUCCESS(0x8002f000)
    set product mode (ret = 0)
    Total Elapsed time = 121495 msec
    LOL the build target is 0xdead
    Last edited by MODERNTHIS; 02-06-2011 at 08:54 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

  5. #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeViL303 View Post
    rebel: I think what he meant was if he has VFLASH then he obviously can't have an older 4usb 256mb BC model, he wasnt implying that the two things were releated, just that they came in the same hardware versions, or maybe i'm wrong.
    His english is poor so I don't think hes really understanding half of this.

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    same here, i keep them too, I wonder, If one was to install debug 2.36, then use jaicrabs lv2diag.self that skips bluray drive and install rebug (if it will install using lv2diag), would we then have debug drive firmware / and debug OS that will allow backups to boot from disk? anyone want to test?

    I'm sick of reflashing my ps3s at this stage so taking a break for a while!

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    just backup your xregistry and when you downgrade put them back every setting and account will be back.

    devil303 do you have a PROD-QA or SP-INT Account?

    this is developing even more into a chat room (we run into the danger of it being locked) with proof and all that this shouldn't be on the main page?
    Last edited by MODERNTHIS; 02-06-2011 at 09:04 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I have a sp-int account I made with latest ACiDCFW build and quick sign up/modded ps3yes pro payloads but I haven't looked at what the password is in xreg as it just made me a temp one with bit long random name/password generated for me

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    ok i have one from prod-qa and sp-int (and of course np) add me if you want on prod-qa MODern_Edition (Same name for NP)

    bye bye now i'm going to order some pizza.
    Last edited by MODERNTHIS; 02-06-2011 at 09:26 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I'm been having problems compiling new sp-int payload with 3.56 spoof as so many different things need to be installed correctly in linux for it all to work. I have modded source to 3.56 that i think will work but not 100% sure, maybe sony have enabled new security to prevent this type of spoof.

    never made a prod-qa account. I must do that if i get back online with that ps3 again. I just updated my slim to play killzone 3 beta with the move, its cool, takes some getting used to though. tweaking the deadzone etc.
    Last edited by DeViL303; 02-06-2011 at 09:35 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

 

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