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  1. #101
    Junior Member NtRnOs's Avatar
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    It should paste the contents of the "dev_flash" in a USB key and use it with "FIRM JaiCraB USB LOADER V 0.3"

    But I have a black screen, I just noticed that the files "cert" and "dic" with "data" are empty.

    Otherwise my archive is here to show the contents of the 3.55

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    How can this work on 3.55? The JaiCrab .pkg isn't signed for 3.55. Where did you find these files? They look like a work in progress to me.

    What is your current set up that has given you a black screen?
    Last edited by twoboys; 01-08-2011 at 05:02 PM Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    mmm, do you know if geohot used kakaroto's cfw to run his homebrew?

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    Knowing that the files "sprx", "self", "rco" and others are compiled and encrypted in 3.50, it's normal that I have a black screen with JaiCraB 0.3. It should either update the homebrew JaiCrab with the new key's, which is Reversing the 3.55.
    Code:
    C:\PS3\Utilitaires\fail0verflow_ps3tools_win32>sceverify.exe libsysutil_dtcp_ip.
    sprx
    Signature
      Status: OK
    
    Hashes
      Section #00:  OK
      Section #01:  OK
      Section #02:  OK
    
    
    C:\PS3\Utilitaires\fail0verflow_ps3tools_win32>readself.exe libsysutil_dtcp_ip.s
    prx
    SELF header
      elf #1 offset:  00000000_00000090
      header len:     00000000_00000580
      meta offset:    00000000_00000240
      phdr offset:    00000000_00000040
      shdr offset:    ffffffff_ffffff70
      file size:      00000000_00006688
      auth id:        10700000_40000001 (Unknown)
      vendor id:      01000002
      info offset:    00000000_00000070
      sinfo offset:   00000000_00000180
      version offset: 00000000_000001e0
      control info:   00000000_000001f0 (00000000_00000070 bytes)
      app version:    3.50.0
      SDK type:       unknown
      app type:       application
    
    Control info
      control flags:
         00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
      file digest:
         47 22 80 5b 36 c1 78 03 66 29 90 48 aa 88 9a f6 5c 20 c1 f5
    
    Section header
        offset             size              compressed unk1     unk2     encrypted
        00000000_00000670  00000000_00001d9f [YES]      00000000 00000000 [YES]
        00000000_00002410  00000000_000001df [YES]      00000000 00000000 [YES]
        00000000_00002600  00000000_000005cd [YES]      00000000 00000000 [YES]
    
    Encrypted Metadata
      Key:            f7 7c 1d 96 6a 3a e7 c5 e4 27 2f 65 66 3d e7 dc
      IV :            4f 00 23 c9 d0 a9 ab f7 f9 f0 c4 6e cd 7e 53 9c
      Signature end   00000500
      Sections        3
      Keys            24
    
      Sections
        Offset            Length            Key IV  SHA1
        00000000_00000670 00000000_00001d9f 006 007 000
        00000000_00002410 00000000_000001df 014 015 008
        00000000_00002600 00000000_000005cd 022 023 016
    
      Keys
        Idx  Data
        000  f9 bb 1c 2b 7a 89 5c 60 f3 b2 37 0c 25 21 08 c2
        001  79 21 0b c8 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
        002  93 e7 e4 9d ec 8d e9 b9 8d 88 42 a8 68 32 d8 9d
        003  bd 46 84 29 85 fe 79 bf c9 6d 23 6f d5 29 7d 93
        004  65 00 03 b9 05 33 be 63 6f d0 03 24 0c c1 06 94
        005  a1 41 0d c3 da 01 45 1a 24 32 ee 31 02 f6 8a c4
        006  52 e2 41 a8 6e c2 ff 5e 03 48 d3 12 50 5a 2b 7b
        007  e8 bb 04 1f 6e c1 2c 67 b4 e9 c6 e6 e2 f3 ad ec
        008  53 97 14 ab 43 da a3 b0 e1 1b 97 64 d5 4a 81 82
        009  67 ea ca d0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
        010  93 e7 e4 9d ec 8d e9 b9 8d 88 42 a8 68 32 d8 9d
        011  bd 46 84 29 85 fe 79 bf c9 6d 23 6f d5 29 7d 93
        012  65 00 03 b9 05 33 be 63 6f d0 03 24 0c c1 06 94
        013  a1 41 0d c3 da 01 45 1a 24 32 ee 31 02 f6 8a c4
        014  52 e2 41 a8 6e c2 ff 5e 03 48 d3 12 50 5a 2b 7b
        015  e8 bb 04 1f 6e c1 2c 67 b4 e9 c6 e6 e2 f3 ad ec
        016  68 86 87 1c 08 d5 5d cf 5b e5 4c b5 bf 7b d3 18
        017  6a c9 78 8e 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
        018  93 e7 e4 9d ec 8d e9 b9 8d 88 42 a8 68 32 d8 9d
        019  bd 46 84 29 85 fe 79 bf c9 6d 23 6f d5 29 7d 93
        020  65 00 03 b9 05 33 be 63 6f d0 03 24 0c c1 06 94
        021  a1 41 0d c3 da 01 45 1a 24 32 ee 31 02 f6 8a c4
        022  52 e2 41 a8 6e c2 ff 5e 03 48 d3 12 50 5a 2b 7b
        023  e8 bb 04 1f 6e c1 2c 67 b4 e9 c6 e6 e2 f3 ad ec
    
    
    ELF header
      type:                                 unknown
      machine:                              PowerPC64
      version:                              1
      phdr offset:                          00000000_00000040
      shdr offset:                          00000000_00000000
      entry:                                00000000_00000000
      flags:                                01000000
      header size:                          00000040
      program header size:                  00000038
      program headers:                      3
      section header size:                  00000000
      section headers:                      0
      section header string table index:    0
    
    Program headers
        type  offset            vaddr             paddr
              memsize           filesize          PPU  SPE  RSX  align
         LOAD 00000000_000000f0 00000000_00000000 00000000_00003970
              00000000_00004500 00000000_00004500 r-x  r--  ---  00000000_00000010
         LOAD 00000000_000045f0 00000000_00004500 00000000_00000000
              00000000_000003fc 00000000_00000364 rw-  rw-  ---  00000000_00000010
        ????? 00000000_00004960 00000000_00000000 00000000_00000000
              00000000_00000000 00000000_00001d28 ---  ---  ---  00000000_00000010
    
    Section headers
    No section headers in this file.

  5. #105
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    I wonder if the way to go for backups is from discs since the cfws seem to not have whatever it is that allows the backup managers to mount the games to play.

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    can't go from disks if we can't launch backup manager..

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    Hello,

    I'm new so plase excuse the cluelessness... I was wondering if the breakthroughs in cfw and the like are bringing us anywhere closer to being able to restore copy protected files from the original ps3 to the one we have?

    I'm reading through the forums and the like but I'm just not savvy enough to understand what is going on, would appreciate any guidance!

  8. #108
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    If you're asking if we can modify games and re-encrypt them; the answer is yes.

  9. #109
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    Hi, thanks for the reply! What I want to know is if we can now somehow restore copy protected files to a different ps3

    People often have full system backups but the ps3 breaks, you repair it but get a refurb and when you try to restore you find most of your saved gamefiles are missing because they were linked to the motherboard's serial number.

    I'm hoping the recent developments will help ppl like me who have a good 2000 hours of playtime locked away in a file get it back to a new ps3? If we could now open those files and change the serials to match the destination or something.. no clue really and it seems most posts are about game backup when what I'm actually baffled about is saved data backup lol.

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    What I meant was to play them as if they were retail discs like the backups on the Xbox 360 or the Wii. I am not sure if this is something doable with a cfw for the system or if it would require a cfw for the disc drive.

 

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