130w ago - Today an anonymous author has released an Easy Spoof TCL Mod 6.66 to 9.90 for use with PS3 MFW Builder and also a PS3 Advanced Mode Patch for PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware users on Rebug PS3 CFW v3.55.1 followed by a PS3 Firmware v3.66 Spoof Plug-In for MFW Builder via French site PS3-Addict.
Those using the PS3 Easy Spoof TCL Mod 6.66 to 9.90 should be aware that it will only spoof the PS3 Firmware version number, meaning while it will prevent the PS3 from updating it won't allow PSN access or running newer PlayStation 3 titles and the risk of not being able to downgrade or update your console again is always present when using such applications.
Shortly following, PS3 hacker Cyberskunk shared a fixed version (above) adding the following: The first version was buggy, and did not run correctly. Our thanks to unknown for quickly fixing the problem!
Easy Spoof version to apply into a new CFW based on OFW for PS3mfw builder.
Included spoof version; 3.15 to 3.65 and 6.66/9.90 if you need it.
Fixed: Sorry for the inconvenience, I forgot to edit another name from the command line, lol, ... now work!
Advanced Mode = 2 x Debug Menu 2, No Debug Menu 1, No NORMAL Mode (Forces you to use Recovery Mode to install any other OFW/CFW).
Finally, the PS3 Advanced Mode Patch enables a Debug menu similar to the QA Flag one for PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware users with features detailed below, to quote:
BSPatch to apply on Untouched Original CFW REBUG 3.55.1 which enables advanced mode
Debug Settings: MENU 2 (DEX)
Fixed black screens in game boot, including originals BD games from Official CFW Version
New user icons
HeavyRain theme installed
NO LV1 patch’s for OtherOS++ support because this cause Trophy errors
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Thanks for the update boss, I was waiting for the spoofed 3.72 version. Anyone else here use PS3ultimate?
For anyone wondering how to put PS3 applications like multiMAN in the homebrew or retro tab you will need to change the data type in the Param.sfo file using a SFO Editor.
Here is the code:
So if you wanted to put multiMAN in the homebrew tab you would to change the data type to one of the following codes.
After you change the Param.sfo you can manually move the Param.sfo to the folder in where the application is kept, if it was multiMAN you would move your modified Param.sfo to /dev_hdd0/game/BLES80608. You can also make a .PKG with the modified param.sfo too.
I was lucky enough when I bought my PS3 that it didn't have a good wifi signal so I barely catch my son downloading (slowly) a firmware update... Since then I blocked the Sony updates server (dus01.ps3.update.playstation.net) on my router, I recommend it to everyone.
Well accidents can happen or a friend of yours might start an update. Even soo, many new games include update of firmware and if you are too fast on your fingers you will or might accidently start an update when you start a game. ps1 and ps2 games will be suppoted in the cobra implemention to cfw... don't know if DH is working on it for first release...
my best bet is that it will come as an patch update or as an separate emu. Dean had PS2 support for backups in an early release of Multiman for fat model.. but it was not stable.
Does this work on 3.55 rebug? and is it possible to uninstall?
Looks like this is a new cfw with or with out spoof. 180mb pup file. Probably lose rebug or any other firmware if update.