• SimpleDNS (http://www.simpledns.com/download.aspx) or PowerDNS (http://www.powerdns.com/en/downloads.aspx) = Redirect
• Apache Server (http://httpd.apache.org/download.cgi)
• WireShark (http://www.wireshark.org/download.html) = Tool for HTTP Sniffing
First install Apache Server using basic settings, once installed stop the Apache Server Service. Then copy files located in Apache File "httpd.conf" "mime.types" to C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/conf and yes when prompted overwrite Files, then start Apache Service.
Then copy HUBPS3_SVML to C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs.
Now install Simple DNS, then set a Redirect to Redirect homeps3.svo.online.scee.com to your PC IP.
Zone Name is homeps3.svo.online.scee.com
Now set your PS3 to go through Simple DNS set all Settings to Default till you come to DNS Settings. Then type the IP of your PC. Finish the setup then run Home.
Note: Don't forget to set Internet sharing on the PC.
Now Play Echochrome, once you unlocked an item leave Home then remove the redirect from SimpleDNS then Run Home.
You should now have the Items. Locked to your account.
WARNING: Any harm done to accounts doing this hack PS3 News take no responsibility for. This hack can remove items you currently have "Free Items". It will not effect paid items. You can use WireShark to find items and add them.
Credit to Leviathan.
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I have done everything correctly 3 times over. And yet, I still keep getting stuck at the verifying purchased content. I am using a wireless connection.
I put homeps3.svo.online.scee.com and i've tried using "scea" because i live in the united states and i put my ip address in SimpleDNS. I put my IP in the DNS manually on my ps3 under network settings and the only way to get a connection is for me to put my gateway in the secondary dns.
i've put my psn in the fileservice xml, changed one of them to inventory-my psn and then the other 1 jus' added my psn, but then i tried to remove the second xml that still didn't work. i put my ip address in the start file where it said 192.168.0.0. but in none of the files does it say "insert ip address here" or anything to that affect.
i did put my psn in the two places in the hdi jps2 file and removed the extra strings to say...filename=inventory-my psn...my ip address...fileservices/inventory-my psn.xml and for the second hdmi file i only put my psn, tried removin' it from the folder, tried puttin' my psn and my ip address. but nothin' seems to work. and yes i put the two files in the apache folder, the mime and something else BEFORE i started Apache. and nothing is workin'. Is this patched or somethin'?
and now it stops at the initialization after i tried it the third time, but i don't mind workin' through it again to eliminate that because at first i was only gettin' stuck at verifying purchased content.