Thanks f455tty, I have now updated the first post with this bit of news.Sponsored Links
Nice news, hope C4E will help us!Sponsored Links
But someone posted a while ago that C4E was working on BD and he wasn't able to do something with it!
I just read this.. Worrying news for Sony! The Xbox 360 firmware hacking gurus C4eva and Team Jungle have reportedly started working on the PS3 Blu-ray Drive.Sponsored Links
It is believed that the team is looking for some kind of exploit in conjunction with the 'HadesTeam' for the PS3. After all those guys have achieved with the 360, who is going to doubt their abilities on the PS3?
Well hope they can, they also should know that the PS3 is a really secure system.
I hope that this leads to the desired result. It would be nice if an eventual BD firmware solution could be handled completely in a linux distro. No good for slim owners, but for us <3.20 fatties we may never need to open our machines.
Hmmm, but what PS3 model is this new drive from? Can anyone let me know? Putting the "new" in the topic can mean one of two things: A. that yet another BD is confirmed working in addition to others (I assume this would be correct one?) or B. The BD of the newest PS3 model is confirmed working on a pc.
Could someone please clarify?
Has there been any new news on this yet, or is the only thing newsworthy in the ps3 scene the psjailbreak?
This is making me wonder, is there any way to override the firmware? What I mean by that is, is there a way to put it to some default state in which it'd pair itself with whichever motherboard or regardless of what's done with the firmware that wouldn't work?