To quote, roughly translated: You asked all the, it's finally happened, then it's scoop that I announce the arrival of CFW 4.46.1 Cedex SP1 TEAM SGK with a big novelty, adaptation DEX 4.41! (CEX have the firmware but with whom you spent / switched to DEX)
You can choose between:
Cex 4.46 to 4.30 dex
Cex 4.46 to 4.41 dex
Our friend and DEV SGK has worked hard in recent days to lay a CFW Cedex worthy of himself.
ATTENTION: MultiMAN HAS NOT YET BEEN UPDATED FOR DEX 4.41 BUT THE MOST RECENT VERSION IS HERE: MultiMAN 04.46.01
The main functions of this new cfw:
Installable ofw or cfw 3.55 4.21 4.30 4.31 4.40 4.41 and all CFW SGK
Patch peek and poke usual
File 2 LV2 (CEX4.46/DEX4.30) (CEX4.46/DEX4.41) (swap lv2 via toolbox available only with 4.30) (Exchange your core EID0/LV2)
All options CEX mode (retail) are available
All options are available in Debug DEX
Compatible ProDG manager (CEX / DEX)
Patch VSH - Let act.dat and rif files unsigned.
Patch VSH - Dissociation Disable / Remove act.dat
Load dex sp mode (DEX)
Real time FUNCTIONAL (DEX) works on 4.41 dex with the original br player
Activation of Bluray player need to bd emu
Patch LV1: 114 undocumented feature (Allow mapping of protected memory)
Compatible QA Flag
PatchLV1 - Disable checking the integrity of the system (Safe to use with incompatible versions of CoreOS / SYSCON or the PS3 QA Flag is not enabled)
OtherOS + +
Patch LV1 - Pass all LCD controls necessary to enable start OtherOS
Lock / unlocking of trophies
EID-rewrite (Using any backups)
This little gem is right here in this is some words!
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I updated to SGK 4.40.4 last night. All seemed well, I went into the Homebrew thingy and did the SGK FW update, it recognized everything and installed with success, it then asked to do a "Soft or Hard" reboot but gave no real explanation of the difference or WHY there was even a choice, it should automatically be the safest option.
I hit Yes, and seconds later, the system crashed and the screen saying something about the system being messed up and its going to reinstall the firmware and auto reboot. That scared the crap out of me and it seemed to go well until the reboot left me with a Blue Screen, no writing just a TV all blue (well boxed blue, as the res is 480i by default).