So since mine has a 01 after the B it is all good to go ahead and do it? Or is there numbers after all the letters? That is what has me confused, an earlier post says 20gb works CECHH04 but mine is CECHB01 so do the numbers at the end come in to play at all or no?
The final of the sticker on the back reads just as I posted it and with such an expensive piece of hardware I just want to make sure as I am on a limited income.
Works : Yes
From XMB 3.41OFW to 3.55OFW to Wanin CFW3.55
Works very good.
I have a CHECH-C03 60gb launch ps3 which bricked while updating from 3.55 OFW. I did the update when the only reports where not to use on slim's. Shame I didn't wait a while longer to see what other's had to say.
Nevermind, too late now. Good job i'm getting a slim free with a mobile upgrade I just ordered... Anyways, what are the chances of there being a unbricker released further down the line? Would this be a possability?
i have firm my PS3 to 3.55 ofw. Flash it from Settings -> System Update without recovery. Then CFW from Waninkoko as the same.
WORK CECHL04 All Ok.
+Rep to enri69 for the news, and I have moved this to the main page now.
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Very new here and just wondering if the PS3 Custom Firmware v3.55 Waninkoko that is pre-patched just installs over the OFW 3.55 or do I need to still modify the code in some way.
That is actually covered in the first post from Waninkoko as follows: "I recommend updating first to OFW 3.55, then to CFW 3.55."
So to answer, yes, it would install over OFW 3.55 if your PS3 supports this CFW.
i don't know if this can help but if you brick your ps3 to the point that the red screen pops up you can simply take your jig device (i use my calc) and put it in service mode.