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  1. #471
    Banned User landon's Avatar
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    The eboot of Driver San francisco is arleady availble since 10 days you can grab-it & test this game with MultiMAN go take a look on the first pages, You'll find it.

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    I need Mw3 indonesian BDR eboot. Work in progress for driver, missing some parts

    Anyone can pass me MW3 indonesian BDR eboot?
    Last edited by Bartholomy; 11-15-2011 at 01:09 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    Is this working without the dongle yet?

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    No open source solution yet.

    No point in buying the dongle, there are only a few 3.56+ games that work and fewer that can be downloaded for free, most have to be bought from these scumbags. Wait for a free solution.

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    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartholomy View Post
    I need Mw3 indonesian BDR eboot. Work in progress for driver, missing some parts

    Anyone can pass me MW3 indonesian BDR eboot?
    You having any luck with it? How close are you?

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    True Blue PS3 JB2 v2.2 Update Arrives, Payload Released for Free

    Today the True Blue PS3 JB2 v2.2 USB JailBreak dongle update has arrived, and similar to the first version also came the free True Blue Unpkg'd / Unself'd PKG file and Payload from PlayStation 3 scene hackers!

    Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror) / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror) / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror) / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror #2 for TrueBlue-3.55-CFW.zip) / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links]

    To quote from the PDF File: True Blue User Guide v2.2

    Introduction

    Unlock the true potential of your PS3 with True Blue – keep your PS3 on a homebrew enabled custom firmware, while at the same time enjoying the newest and most popular PS3 games.

    Features Include:
    • Booting of games designed for PS3 system software v3.6 and above
    • Runs your existing games and new v3.6+ games from HDD in conjunction with standard backup managers
    • Does not require the power/eject trick
    • Custom v3.55 Dongle firmware behaves like OFW when True Blue is not inserted
    • Manufactured from highest grade components and Actel based
    • Durable and high quality metal case design
    • Tough and durable plastic packaging
    • Further features to be added as they are developed
    • On board 2 MBytes SPI flash
    • Supports Fat and Slim PS3 consoles currently running any firmware up to v3.55 and any PS3 which can be downgraded successfully from v3.6+ to v3.55 (NOTE: requires other tools, True Blue cannot downgrade a console)
    • Supports all regions of consoles
    • Supports all regions of v3.6+ games
    • Rock solid crystal oscillator on board for flawless timing

    Setting up your PS3

    Before you may use True Blue, you must first install the 3.55-Dongle custom firmware onto your PS3. This is similar in function to the well known kmeaw CFW; however it also includes modifications which allow True Blue to operate correctly. The 3.55-Dongle firmware updater is distributed in a file labelled “TrueBlue-3.55-CFW.ZIP”, and may be obtained through an internet search – once you have obtained it, please confirm the validity of the PS3UPDAT.PUP file contained within the ZIP archive by matching with one of the following hashes:

    MD5: 43C522F8897D77B6165F95BCF3409090
    SHA1: A64B010DB98996C7E53768D37D4D346F271D5950

    Once you have confirmed that you have obtained the correct updater file, proceed with the update as follows:
    • Obtain a USB storage device such as a USB HDD or USB flash memory stick
    • Create a folder on the storage device in which to save the update file. Using a PC, create a folder named “PS3” on the storage device. Within the PS3 folder, create a folder named "UPDATE"
    • Copy the PS3UPDAT.PUP file to the “UPDATE” folder created in step 2. Thus, you will have this path structure on your USB storage device: \PS3\UPDATE\PS3UPDAT.PUP
    • Boot your PS3 and insert the USB storage device into the PS3
    • From the home menu, select (Settings) -> (System Update) -> (Update via Storage Media)
    • The PS3 will notify you that the “3.55-Dongle” update was found. Select OK then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the update
    • After the update has completed, your PS3 will restart and you now be running the 3.55‐Dongle custom firmware. You may now enjoy the use of the True Blue dongle

    (NOTE: The above procedure is only applicable to PS3’s on or below system software v3.55)

    Using True Blue

    To use True Blue, simply insert the dongle into one of the USB ports on your PS3 and power the system up. Do not remove the dongle at any point while the PS3 is running.

    True Blue for the most part functions just like a regular jailbreak/CFW in that you may install and run any homebrew software and all of the standard backup managers are supported. The most notable difference is that games designed for PS3 system software v3.6 and above are also supported.

    However, in order to enjoy such titles, you must first obtain special “True Blue versions” which have been modified to function with True Blue. Such modified versions are available for download through the “usual channels” and are clearly labelled as being True Blue compatible.

    Once you have obtained True Blue modified games, simply copy them to your PS3 internal or external USB HDD as you would with any usual jailbreak game and launch in the usual manner through any one of the many available backup managers.

    Updating True Blue

    From time to time, we will release firmware updates for True Blue which will add new features.
    Directions and a list of changes will be provided inside the firmware update archive file.

    True Blue Dongle Update v2.2

    How to update:

    1. Make sure your PS3 is running the True Blue "3.55-Dongle" CFW (custom firmware)
    2. Copy TrueBlueUpdate-2.2.pkg from this archive to a USB flash drive
    3. Boot your PS3 _WITHOUT_ True Blue inserted, and then insert the USB flash drive
    4. Navigate to (Game) -> (Install Package Files), and then select TrueBlueUpdate-2.2.pkg
    5. The True Blue updater will be installed onto your PS3 HDD
    6. Navigate to (Game) and load "True Blue Update v2.2"
    7. The updater will start, and will then prompt you to insert the True Blue dongle. Insert it only at this point, and continue. Your dongle will then be updated
    8. After the update procedure has completed your PS3 will reset, and you will then be able to enjoy your updated dongle
    9. You may delete the True Blue Updater from your HDD after the update is complete

    Change log:

    - v2.2
    • Initial worldwide release
    • Support for running "True Blue" titles directly from HDD via standard backup managers

    From the PS3 Dev Wiki: ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=PS3JB2_Reverse_Engineering#Content _Releases

    Content Releases

    Paradox TB

    Note: Releases seen in the wild are full BD content prepatched for TrueBlue. We are only interested in documenting/reversing, so please don't post full links (only stripped).

    EBOOT.BIN details

    FW analysis

    FW Changes (1.0/2.1)

    Compared to OFW 3.55: [Register or Login to view links]

    EULA.xml

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    Version.txt
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    CORE_OS_PACKAGE.pkg

    lv1.self

    One patch to lv1_map_htab (lv1 undocumented function 114) to allow for RW mapping of all RAM. So who knows how many other lv1 patches are done at runtime.

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    lv2_kernel.self

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    only 1 function change, and a section added
    sub_28fe30 is replaced
    the new section is loaded at 0x80000000007f0000 (which is where those payloads are being loaded) [Register or Login to view links]

    dev_flash_010.tar.aa.2010_11_27_051337

    \dev_flash\vsh\module\nas_plugin.sprx

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    "standard pkg patches"

    dev_flash_016.tar.aa.2010_11_27_051337

    \dev_flash\vsh\resource\explore\xmb\category_game. xml

    standard app_home and install package files from mfw builder.

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    \dev_flash\vsh\resource\explore\xmb\category_video .xml

    netflix removed

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    Finally, also from the PS3 Developer Wiki: ps3devwiki.com/index.php?title=PS3JB2_Reverse_Engineering#Dongle_ 2.0

    Dongle 2.0

    Supposed to be massproduced instead of manually soldered like the 1.0 dongle. Not seen in the wild yet.

    Update 2.2

    Dongle Updater PKG

    True Blue Dongle Update v2.2 - Initial worldwide release

    SHA1: 504D53CD6EDFA3382510CCB40CE49F802073FBD4
    MD5: A09CBCD5B3AEC31B07D974BEB4AC21FE
    CRC32: 82F977CC
    CRC16: 92D4

    Payload (2.2)

    located in unself'ed eboot.bin @ offset:

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    SHA1: 69953C9CF60E67E798A22C1016ABCB44A1D42CDF
    MD5: F0826BA059B352BC6100647DB7EFDE5F
    CRC32: 4B3C2132
    CRC16: 8181

    lv2 dump (2.2)

    payload @ file offset 0x8698 - 0x7b598

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    From an0nym0us: [Register or Login to view links]

    descriptors (2.2)

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    Finally, in related PS3 scene news today fail0verflow have [Register or Login to view links] the following hint on what may be some interesting PlayStation 3 developments to come:

    "Don't worry all, we are just warming up the twitter engine - getting ready for more tweeting in December "

    Odds are if it isn't done by other PlayStation 3 hackers beforehand, by December they will have made enough cash on the dongle and release a PSGroove-esque version to the PS3 scene for free... so definitely hold off blowing money on this useless device.




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  8. #478
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    Well playing 3.60+ games from the HDD with a backup manager is a great addition, especially since you don't need to buy those BD games they supplied. But do I need to replace any files before running the game or do they automatically run without any fix?
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    This sounds very good to me. I think if they now will reverse engineer the new code, this could finally be implemented into a CFW without the usage of this dongle. But I'm just guessing Looking forward to see progress on this one.

    I would love to install the payload on my Android phone emulating this stick I guess that will work like it did on 3.41 with the dongle thing.
    Last edited by Krachwas; 11-15-2011 at 05:44 PM

  10. #480
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    Yeah hopefully it won't be long before a free version comes along and is either implemented into kmeaw or is ported to other devices, like Android etc

    Am I wrong in thinking this is the Dongle which acts as DRM before it will allow users to run backups on this FW, or was that a different Dongle?

    Anyway, it's all progress in the right direction

 

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