Thanks for the Pong. People are never very appreciative of it when it first comes out, but they should understand that the early homebrews are a necessary step, trailblazing the path towards the really epic games and apps. Thanks for showing how easily code can be created for the PS3, hopefully it will encourage many others to join in coding PS3 homebrew.
Last edited by Drunk Vegan; 09-17-2010 at 02:41 AM
I have successfully installed Everyday Shooter FULL "Debug" pkg. Copied to USB Drive and installed via Install Package Files folder on ps3. Gonna test a few more Full Game Debug pkg's & see how it goes. Will post results here soon. BTW i am using a TI-84 Plus to do jailbreak.
Just a quick thought. So the retail PKG don't install due to them wanting to be authorized with PSN, yet the debug pkg do install. Do debug consoles normally need to be connected to PSN to download the apps/games. Just thinking out loud lol
Retail pkg's are signed with sony's keys, and not even the sdk will be able to unpack them. Debug pkg file's will work, but then again they can be installed via the 'install package' part of the jailbrake. This tool doesn't appear to be very helpful at the moment.