From Aleson comes a Resident Evil 6 PS3 Demo / Full Game EBOOT Fix, with details below:
I got my hands in the Resident Evil 6 demo (NPUB90864), and I was wondering if the EBOOT that it contains can help understand and crack the full game eboot. I was wondering either if it can be cracked to 3.55 CEX. Anyways, I'll put the download link for the files here:
(I've uploaded only the necessary files, because the files inside nativeps3 folder are basically arc files, none necessary to crack it.) Best regards!
Finally, from butnut comes How to Play PS3 3.60 or Less Games from Internal on DEX 4.21, as follows:
So I was on rogero dex 3.55 and I decrypted the eboot for haruhi suzumiya then I replaced every dev_bdvd\PS3_GAME with dev_hdd0\PS3_GAM0.
Then I fselfed the eboot and transfered the newly renamed PS3_GAM0 folder to dev_hdd0. Then I updated to dex 4.21.
From here you use MMos to launch the eboot. I suppose you could also copy the modded eboot and put it in a new folder then rename it and do the same for all your other games.
One problem with this is the trophies did not install. If someone can get them to work then reply here please. I will keep trying too.
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As previously reported, those with converted PS3 consoles should hold off installing this update as it will brick your system.
From the included Readme_DECH-441_001_e.txt file:
Contents of This Package
Changes in Release 441.001
- The update data for debugging station has been updated at the same timing as the release of the system software 4.41.
This update does not affect titles. Also, there is no change in the system software GUI.
- Validation of a media or the file system itself cannot be performed from the Check menu in the Game column.
When submitting a master disc, make sure to verify the disc that no error is present using the Disc Image Generator for PlayStation 3 or the Disc Image Checker for PlayStation 3.
- When performing the check from the Check menu in the Game column, if the number of result files exceeds approximately 80 to 100 depending on each check item, the file entries of the root directory in the USB mass storage run out and the subsequent check result files may no longer be stored. In such case, move the check result files to another directory.
From haxxxen on how to manually add an RSOD bypass to any PS3 CFW:
If you decrypt the 4.x basic_plugins.sprx, just search for: 409E002048000010 and replace with: 4800002048000010
This is based on rogero's 4.x bypass patch and i have only searched for it to patch it myself to lower 4.x cfws. I dunno if it is related to rsod, but he also added some trophy patch. I am using both of them
To patch np_trophy_util.sprx based on rogero, just search for: 419E00887B5E0020 and replace with: 480000887B5E0020
Finally, from Sony PS3 hacker cyberskunk: It is legit.. MD5 matches the one we got about a month ago.. REX has been 'almost' ready for that long to but I have been very busy with other non-PS3 things. Wont be long though..
Spoofers/Update Packages for 421-441 CEX/DEX/REX were finished earlier today but have not had a chance to get around to releasing them yet
It's coming.. I have been really busy but as I type this the build that I hope to be the final for this release is installing now..