1st time: the ps3 ejected my disc and booted and asked me to configure my hdmi then booted normally.
2nd time: the ps3 made a loud sound (like the fan going full force) then shut off without the power button even light up red, so i unplugged it and plugged it back in and it worked fine. No response from the psp. I used the 4.0 test on a 4.0 slim ps3.
I need to give some infos about the big test of this (first thanks to BrandonW for the source again)
1- It's compatible with all the PSP/PSPStreet/PSPGo
2- I would update the program to give more possibility
3- The test is to lead into a new direction/new door
4- Not anymore related to the Factory/Service mode -> based on it only
5- Actually it's for exploit the PS3 including up 3.60+
6- If everythings run fine, again it would lead some good stuff and the possibility to port on a software version
Now about last result
We can syscall with the PSP up to 3.60+ (need to make two different version) For sure a payload will be difficult on PSP from what i saw and i heard from BrandonW but i try something different. I'm not suppose to say that -> it would give the possibility to turn into a debug, a PS3 retail (don't expect too much right now) Another surprise that come from the result of Natepig make too much sense and it reveal something pretty interesting on PS3 4.0
Please don't ask me too much now, this is test only and i do my best (yes i know i repeat all the time that, but it's true, i still like to work on it and i like that style of challenge, can't sleep during the night)
Can someone please help me? I booted into factory service mode, but I can't get back to normal mode. I put the "Lv2Diag.self" on my psp's root, but when I plug in the usb and reboot, I'm still in FSM. I tried putting the "LV2Diag.self" on my external flash drive, but it won't work from there either. Please help.
Wait.. Did you use Factory Service Mode tool from CrashSerious ? do you know this program is not related to mine. Also you can't put Lv2Diag.Self into your PSP Root like that, i think you mix the 2 program (the one of CrashSerious and Mine)
If i'm not wrong, you installed Factory Service Mode on your PS3, Launch from the XMB and Plug your PSP with Lv2diag.self, that it's not good man.
First what firmware you are using ? take a USB Key and put Lv2diag.self from CrashSerious tool into your root USB Key and reboot with you USB key plug in (second port of the PS3 slim or last port for the PS3 fat)