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Rebug PS3 4.41 Version Spoofer 2.3 - 4.21 / 4.30 / 4.31 / 4.40 Out


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69w ago - Following up on their previous update, this weekend Sony PlayStation 3 hackers Cyberskunk and evilsperm of Team Rebug have released a PS3 4.41 Version Spoofer 2.3 for 4.21 / 4.30 / 4.31 / 4.40 which allows Custom Firmware (CFW) users to connect to PSN.

Download: 4.41_Version_Spoofer_2.3.pkg (scmods.com/rebug/pkg/4.41_Version_Spoofer_2.3.pkg) / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror)

To quote: 4.41 Version Spoofer 2.3 - 4.21 / 4.30 / 4.31 / 4.40 - THIS ALLOWS PSN ACCESS - USE AT YOUR OWN RISK - THIS WILL NOT WORK ON REBUG FIRMWARE - YOU MUST BE SPOOFED TO ACCESS PSN

4.41 Version Spoofer 2.3 for 4.21 CEX/DEX, 4.30 CEX/DEX, 4.31 CEX, 4.40 CEX. The app backs up your current files before activating the spoof, then auto reboots.

INSTALL:

Press L1+CROSS to INSTALL 4.41 Version Spoof files to your PS3

ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE:

Press L1+CROSS to ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE (System will reboot)

UNINSTALL:

Press L1+CIRCLE to UNINSTALL (this will deactivate the spoofer, remove the spoof files from dev_flash and reboot if needed)

NOTE: Please do not email us about game compatibility. Some may just require a simple PARAM.SFO edit to get past the latest game update, others may not work at all because the game NEEDS the newer files.

Enjoy

~ Codename: REBUG

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sparker781's Avatar
#201 - sparker781 - 61w ago
Okay I got PS3splitter installed... What file do I look for to split?

Azrial's Avatar
#200 - Azrial - 61w ago
You can put it on an external, you just need to use something like PS3splitter to split the 10GB file into smaller files, so you can FTP it over, MultiMan will convert it back into a big file again when you run the game, but on an external it will still install the 10GB file on your internal drive, and the loading of the game can take an horrendous hit.

Personally I'd download the 25GB rip version of the game that is available which has the extra languages and MP mode removed, and put that on your internal drive.

You can put it in either folder, MultiMan will still load it. By all mean upgrade your internal drive, a nice 1TB should keep you clear for a while, it's dead easy to do, any 2.5" laptop drive will work, it even tells you in the PS3 manual how to do it.

sparker781's Avatar
#199 - sparker781 - 61w ago
Hey all thanks for stopping by... Here is my dilemma:

I am on Rebug 4.41. Got the 120GB slim model. I have an external which is fine but I grabbed The Last Of Us the other day and can't copy it to my external cause there is a file thats too big for FAT32 file system. I am in a dilemma... I am trying to figure out where to copy the game too.

I can ftp into my ps3 with filezilla however I have 2 games folder...One is called GAMES and the other is GAMEZ. Where should I copy the game to? Also how much hard drive space do some of you have in your PS3? I have debated on upgrading the internal drive to something a little bigger so I can put more games on there but right now I only 36 gig left... Anyone have any idea as to what to delete to free up some space?

Thanks for stopping by.

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#198 - purkito - 62w ago
Yeah, since the architecture is the same as Intel x86_64 (or mostly) in theory it might be possible to have a Windows OS on next-gen consoles.

As I stated, the NTFS filesystem wouldn't be a problem even if it's not supported by the PS4 OS, as long as there is some way to boot the windows kernel (like as what PS3 Other OS does - it reserves a section for storing the kboot loader, which is basically a tiny kernel that then loads the full kernel on the filesystem, and it this later one what mounts the root filesystem after booting, proceeding to start udev, services and so on).

But even so, the windows kernel might have to be modded to support basic operation on the PS4, and perhaps the effort of writing drivers for the OS to access most of the hardware that is not "PC" standard (not only graphics, but the bus itself and who knows what else) might not be worth the trouble, or maybe no one will do it for free... let's wait and see if something like this ever reaches the light of day, it would be fun

BTW, I forgot to mention one thing: you should be able to run a Windows OS (at least something older) on the PS3 on top of Linux using something like bochs (a x86 platform emulator fully written in software). I think I read something some years ago about someone having achieved it, but it was too slow to do anything useful

Don't know if it was true or not, never cared to check (heck, I even gave up using Linux on the PS3 as my cheap PC ran Linux much faster, but I never tried OtherOS++ which seems to me has no restrictions like the Sony OtherOS so I don't know how fast and what kind of acceleration you can have these days with Linux on PS3).

JeoWay's Avatar
#197 - JeoWay - 62w ago
I know its based off the architecture as well. I just thought the NTFS Format HDD would explain it fair enough. Now, with the PS4, the architecture would definitely support it. But still, formats.

I would love to see a Windows based OS on the PS4. A speculation has been going around that Other OS may return even on the varies of the PS4's Pc like architecture.

It may also come to the Ps3 again as well. I myself found the other os option in the firmware. its still there, just not usable and i could definitely see it come back to ps3 as well

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