169w ago - As if there wasn't enough PS JailBreak clones already, the EcliPS3 PS JailBreak clone PS3 modchip has surfaced today.
The official site (linked above) currently only offers minimal details and an EcliPS3 Manual on the PlayStation 3 USB device, as follows:
EcliPS3 PS3 ModChip Features:
• USB Plug & Play (easy to install)
• No need to open your console
• Supports firmware version 3.41 (and previous ones)
• GUI (Graphical User Interface)
• Compatible with FAT and SLIM PS3
• Supports every PS3 region (USA, JAP, PAL and KOR)
• Disables automatic updates on the PS3
• Execute backups to the internal PS3 HD or even to an external USB HD
• Execute backups in 2x, the same speed as the PS3 Blu-ray
• 100% updatable via PC
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That a fairly cool feature for noobs who are worried about which hex file to flash, universal hex compatibility! If its true that is,it wouldnt be the first time a clone maker has lied, or stretched the truth! will wait and see, happy with my minimus for now.. also got one of them picgroove devices.
Which psgroove hex file should I be looking for to load onto the eclips3 device. I see the firmware manager that you can download on the site allows you to put on "their" software, and also you can load a psgroove hex file. But I'm not sure of which to use, or where to find it. I've found lists upon lists and downloads upon downloads, but none look like they'd be compatible.
I want one of these honestly if it performs the way they say it does. I mean it says you can load any hex you want and it will adjust where need be and can be updated with our own choice of code. I just want something discreet looking and I found one for $38 shipped so it isn't a bad price by any means. Anyone with this want to confirm any of my questions. Oh one more thing how's the build quality? Are they cheaply made as this one has always caught my eye in terms of clones, FW compatibility, and price.