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  1. #641
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    Thanks for the hermes files floPPsy.

  2. #642
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    Can someone compile it for c200v1 (c240v1)? Thanks in advance!

  3. #643
    pls compile it for sansa c200v1 hermes psn pls!

  4. #644
    Quote Originally Posted by Krysto View Post
    Can someone compile it for c200v1 (c240v1)? Thanks in advance!
    Quote Originally Posted by athcx View Post
    pls compile it for sansa c200v1 hermes psn pls!
    See here: http://www.ps3news.com/forums/ps3-ha...113191-64.html

  5. #645
    Quote Originally Posted by bitsbubba View Post
    It's for e200v1 and I looking for c200v1 version (they are quite different)

  6. #646
    Quote Originally Posted by Krysto View Post
    It's for e200v1 and I looking for c200v1 version (they are quite different)
    yeah sorry, just noticed that.

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  8. #648
    Quote Originally Posted by bitsbubba View Post
    this is the one I believe.
    Right... but I'm looking for Hermes v4b payload. The PL3 it's too buggy for me and it crashes my PS3 a lot.

  9. #649
    I'm still kicking myself for upgrading to 3.50. I had a feeling MP3 players could be used. (Made a post about it when Groove first came out.) But I just couldn't stay away from online gaming. LoL

    I already have my Sansa hooked up, and I'm really hoping on a downgrader.

  10. #650

    New Guide

    Okay guys and gals. My previous guide was to JB your PS3 with a iPod video 5g (or similar device) and was suitable for the previous generation payloads. It was fine for Hermes but seemingly, Hermes is not going to be active on the scene anymore. So I decided to write a simple guide to help with the PL3 and possibly the subsequesnt CEX (Cyberskunk, evilsperm, Xoeo) hybrid (which hopefully will surface soon - good luck guys).

    This guide will again be based on the iPod video 5g so you will have to adapt for your own device

    The first phase is to get RockBox on your device. I restored my iPod before taking on this new process - you don't have to. I just like to work from a clean slate.

    1. Plug iPod into laptop.
    2. Disable iTunes (if it pops up automatically)
    3. Download RockBox from here rockbox.org/download/ and install (windows version attached)
    4. Open RockBox
    5. Do autodetect and click OK
    6. Click on installation tab and install both options (bootloader and RockBox)
    7. Exit RockBox on PC

    The second phase is to get the RockBox-PSGroove Installer on your iPod. This is the easiest way to get the PL3 payload to JB your PS3 (it might be the only way)

    8. Download RockBox-PSGroove Installer (latest version 2.1.1) attached. You will need Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) if you don't have it installed on your PC altready. You can download here microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=A5C84275-3B97-4AB7-A40D-3802B2AF5FC2&displaylang=en
    9. Install both (Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86) should be installed first)
    10. Run RockBox-PSGroove Installer and click on the settings tab
    11. Click browse. Select your iPod location and click OK
    12. Click 1 Click Installation and select any option
    13. Click the 1 Click Install button and let the installer do it's magic

    This will leave a basic setup on your iPod. We need to get the latest payload on the iPod so lets do the following

    14. Click loader.cfg Editor tab
    15. The following is already ticked: Apple OS; Disk Mode; Sleep (leave it ticked)
    16. Tick the RockBox option
    17. Tick any other option e.g. PL3-3.41
    18. I typed the following into the edit box below the option you picked: PSGroove PL3 PSN Spoof @ (hd0,1)/PSGroove/PL3PSNS.ipod
    This tells the bootloader that I want an option PSGroove PL3 PSN Spoof and that the payload will be named PL3PSNS.ipod in the PSGroove folder of the iPod
    19. Click Create loader.cfg
    20. You can exit RockBox-PSGroove Installer

    The PSGroove folder on the iPod will be where you will copy all your payloads which you will want to use. If you are willing to experiment a bit, you can edit the loader.cfg yourself to add more than one payload depending on which payload you wish to use. This way you don't have to swop out rockbox.ipod files all the time. You must rename the payload file. I renamed it PL3PSNS.ipod (PL3=PL3 payload; PSN=PSN access; S=spoof). You can name it anything you want to but it must be the same as referred to in the loader.cfg file. See step 18.

    21. Download the payload you wish to use (for the purpose of this exercise and to install the PL3 payload with PSN access and spoofing to 3.50, I used the one I got from a post by bitsbubba (thanks mate) and renamed it to PL3PSNS.ipod

    22. Copy PL3PSNS.ipod to the PSGroove folder in the iPod
    23. Eject your iPod

    Now we get to the third phase where you get to JB your PS3

    24. Plug in iPod into PS3 (I only have 2 USB ports - used left one)
    25. Switch off PS3 at back (fat) or unplug (slim)
    26. Restart your iPod. You will see the iPLoader with the following options
    Apple OS
    PSGroove PL3 PSN Spoof
    Disk Mode
    26. Scroll to the PSGroove PL3 PSN Spoof option. Do not select it yet
    27. Switch on PS3 at back (fat) or plug in (slim)
    28. Select PSGroove PL3 PSN Spoof on the iPod and watch carefully
    29. Power cycle PS3 the moment you see the progress bar on the iPod. This must be done before the progress bar reaches the end (ON in front of the PS3 and immediately press and hold EJECT)
    30. WHALLAH!!! Job's done

    Hope this helps
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