28w ago - Following his previous version and the PS3 ErmaC 4.30 CFW v1.1 Cinavia Disabled update, PlayStation 3 developer Rogero released v1.02 of his Rogero CEX-4.30 Custom Firmware which also includes Cinavia disabled alongside multiMAN v04.10.00 and Showtime v04.01.208.
To quote: This is a 4.30 Triple Pack that contains: (Rogero CEX-4.30 v1.02 with PlayStation Home Fix) + multiMAN ver 04.10.00 + Showtime 04.01.208. Just Install and Run this package to have a working PlayStation Home Icon under the Game Category. (N.B: This package is already included in the latest Full Pack v1.02)
This CFW was tested on most PS3 Models by different testers and no problems were encountered. But as any CFW release you must install it with caution and by following proper instructions, No one will be held responsible for any damage caused.
Rogero CEX-4.30 v1.02 Details
The PS3~dev_blind.zip fix is now Pre-patched in the PUP itself.
Fixed the bug of "Corrupted Data" on installation from Recovery encountered by some users.
Added the Cinavia Disabled files into the PUP.
Updated multiMAN to the latest 04.10.00 build in the package.
Added the new simple to install PlayStation home fix to the package too.
Compatibility problem with some PS3 models is now fully fixed.
XMB Icons problem from in-game PS button is now fixed.
PSN/SEN access is available as long as the current "passphrase" still the same.
Loading games from App_home Icon is now fixed.
noBD and noBT patches are applied to allow installation on consoles with broken BR drive or Bluetooth controller.
It was tested by hundreds of testers on all PS3 models (FAT & Slim) and no problems were encountered.
It can run games signed with Keys up to version 4.30 without any Eboot/Sprx patching needed
Games can be loaded from Disc Icon (with Original game in BD) and from app_home (Disc-less, but not all games).
Current 3.55 homebrew applications can't be loaded on this CFW, applications must be re-signed properly for FW4.21/4.30
Finally, for all the related guides including Updating from CFW3.55/4.21 to CFW4.30, Downgrading back to CFW/OFW3.55, and Recovering from a Brick please refer to the previous update. Enjoy!
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Has anyone installed the firmware with a disc inside the ps3, because i did so and now anytime i start a game, i get a trophy error. I say this because i went and in bright red caps was "DO NOT HAVE DISC IN PS3 WHEN UPDATING FIRMWARES.. as the PS3 will take the UPDATE from the DISC First.", which i had received no warning of.
Hey guys, while v1.09 is safer then v1.00, seems like It's not brick-proof. There has been a few reports of Fat PS3s bricking on it, no slim so far though. There are still some glitches/instability too. During beta testing, Rogero had told us that this isn't the final version, perhaps he just released it due to none of the testers getting bricks.
While on Rogero CFW4.21, go to System Update from XMB and install the 4.25 downgrader CFW.
Once installed, now put "Rogero CEX-3.55 CFW V3.7" on your USB in: "USB\PS3\UPDATE\PS3UPDAT.PUP" ---> Rogero CEX-3.55 CFW V3.7.PUP
Start the PS3 into Recovery Menu and install "Rogero CEX-3.55 CFW V3.7" (from Recovery Menu, this is important)
When I got back into the XMB I checked my current Firmware its now saying "Version 4.21" :?
Which I thought should be weird because I thought I installed 4.25 downgrader so should it have been saying "Version 4.25" ?
Then I realized that I had a disc in my system "Viking: Battle for Asgard" Now this is when I realized I might be screwed, but then I noticed a change in my XMB there's now a "Homebrew" category which was originally the "TV/Video Services"
Now I've taken out the disc and I made a video of my whole progress: