57w ago - Following his previous revision, today PlayStation 3 developer Rogero released v1.03 of his Rogero CEX-4.30 Custom Firmware which fixes the video issues some have been reporting after implementing a botched Cinavia disabled attempt.
Version 1.03 PUP MD5: 8ea5e60064e1a5ae8066f8c9d43b91be
Version 1.03 PUP Size: 192 MB (201,449,227 bytes)
To quote: This is a 4.30 Triple Pack that contains: (Rogero CEX-4.30 v1.03 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 v1.03)
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 Details v1.03
Removed the Cinavia Disabled files and reverted back to the original files due to some Video Playback problems detected.
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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Perhaps both. Rogero told NOT to download this and people still insisted on downloading this beta CFW. I've already seen people with your problem, but I can't remember if they managed to fix it without a flasher, but I think not.
za3tot, this is a glitchy CFW that even it's own developer told people no to install, but instead, wait for a fixed version. So there you go. I'm pretty sure thats a brick that you can't fix without flasher.