THIS DOESNT ALLOW PSN - USE AT YOUR OWN RISK - FOR 3.55 ONLY
THIS WILL NOT WORK ON REBUG FIRMWARE
3.65 Version Spoofer 2.0 is much faster and safer to use than the previous version spoofers. It works like the ★ Rebug Selector and backs up your current files before activating the spoof, then auto reboots leaving no room for end-user error.
Press L1+CROSS to INSTALL 3.65 Version Spoof files to your PS3
Press L1+CROSS to ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE (System will reboot)
Press L1+CIRCLE to UNINSTALL (this will deactivate the spoofer, remove the spoof files from dev_flash and reboot if needed)
Rebug Update Package 0.1
THIS DOESNT ALLOW PSN - USE AT YOUR OWN RISK - FOR REBUG 3.55.1 ONLY
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have installed the so-called Advance Mode Patch you will need to reinstall Rebug 3.55.1 from Recovery Mode first, before using Rebug Update Package 0.1
We decided to make Rebug Update Package 0.1 instead of releasing a new firmware because these are only minor fixes, updates and tweaks and the end result is the same in a much smaller package. This update is for REBUG 3.55.1 ONLY (We will be adding a Rebug 3.41.2 equivalent to this post soon).
UPDATER WILL PERFORM THE FOLLOWING TASKS
Update both the Rebug Selector 1.2 package and the current install with Rebug Selector 1.4
(Larger fonts, faster and easier to use)
Fix the cause of Uncharted 2 and some other games Black Screening
Update the current version spoof files to 3.65
Minor tweak to the paths in Package Manager
Run Rebug Update Package 0.1 from the [Games] menu
Follow the on screen prompts
PS3 will reboot when finished
NOTE: Once the PS3 has rebooted you can delete Rebug Update Package 0.1 from your XMB as it is not needed anymore.
Finally from evilsperm: I will chime in on the issue some of you are having then trying to use the new selector after the update.
This issue is caused by your HDD being corrupt, it has nothing to do with Rebug or any of our apps.
I have had this very same issue where it would not change modes after updating to the new selector, it has nothing to do with the selector itself. If you found out you have an issue going to normal mode or trying to change any of the menus and it just keep putting you in the same mode you are currently do not waste your time trying to figure it out... I have done everything in my power to fix the issue and I only found one solution (I will get into that in a min.)
Now before you go doing anything drastic make sure you backup your xreg you can either do this manually or use the xreg backup tool found at Codename: REBUG Now for the fun part...
1) You will need to pull the hdd out of your PS3 and connect it to your desktop/laptop
2) You will need to fully wipe the partition and format the dive in windows/linux/mac (it doesn't matter what operating system but if your following this post its more then likely your a windows user) This cannot be done on the PS3 itself IE. The recovery menu, so don't waste your time :P
3) Once you have wiped the partition and formatted the drive stick it back in the PS3, It will now show a screen stating your hdd is fuct and will need to reformat it and then install your firmware.
4) Put your flashdrive with Rebug 3.55.1 in the PS3 and start the install.
5) After you have a fresh copy of Rebug on your fresh system you can install Rebug Update Package 0.1 and your menus and modes will now work perfectly.
6) (Optional) If you made a backup of your xreg you can now reinstall it.