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  1. #11
    Member shizzzy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJPC View Post
    Yep - check out the attachment, these are the RCO's I had handy from quite a while back, dumped off a PS3 TEST.
    Thanks CJPC

    What firmware are these from exactly ?

  2. #12
    Contributor PaNNaP's Avatar
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    Groovy, that's some sweet news right there. I'm curious though, is the depth of customization as deep as it is on PSP? I made a couple custom themes for PSP, and i wouldn't mind taking a look inside a PS3 theme, and see how much i can tweak it! Great job on the Program!

    i consider this another great step forward for the community! The more we can tweak everything, the better and easier its all going to get! The things i would love to do to the XMB! it could look so beautiful with full hardware support from the PS3, that it might just bring a tear to your eye. Sweet program man.

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    Senior Member proskopina's Avatar
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    very nice!! thanks for sharing!!!

  4. #14
    Well, the tool needs some bugfixing. I had problems with 2 of 2 rcos.

    One dumped, but with hundreds of errors, the other one didn't dump at all and the program stopped working.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by shizzzy View Post
    Thanks CJPC

    What firmware are these from exactly ?
    No problem - I "think" it was from 2.40 or so - a tad old, but it's what I still had lying around...
    Quote Originally Posted by Raze1988 View Post
    Well, the tool needs some bugfixing. I had problems with 2 of 2 rcos.

    One dumped, but with hundreds of errors, the other one didn't dump at all and the program stopped working.
    Indeed, had the same problem, if I recall it was with the sysconf_plugin.rco (the crash).

  6. #16
    so all we need to do to get a working custom xbm is to replace the rco's with our own compiled ones in the dev_flash using the exploit, right? I also did notice when you extract a PUP file you will get the vsh.tar but it's encrypted

    btw did you guys know that you can connect a Pocketstation to the ps3 via the memory card slot

    I discovered it when I dumped the explore_plugin_full.rco file.
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