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Install Package Homebrew v1.3 for PS3 CFW By Deroad is Released


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105w ago - Following up on his previous release, this weekend PlayStation 3 developer deroad has updated his Install Package Homebrew application to v1.3 followed by v1.3b for PS3 CFW users with details below.

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To quote from his blog on the changes: I have fixed a bug on this homebrew. now this tool is perfect (I hope).

My git was updated to this version (1.3) and on the 25th of December there will be a Christmas release.

Update: I have updated the version to 1.3b (the download link will be the same) I noticed before that i could make it install infinite pkg, and now it does.




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#21 - Studs - 124w ago
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That done the trick. Thanks Chief!

Also from aldostools: I have updated my PS3 Tools

In this version I moved all the tools to a "tools" folder. Just run the PS3 Tools Menu.exe. The titleid and md5 databases are updated.

The "PKG ContentID" application now acts as a hub for various tasks from Windows Explorer:

  • Double click on a PUP to view its content using ifcaro' PUPView
  • Double click on a PKG to view its content using ifcaro' PKGView
  • Double click on a BIN, SELF or SPRX to view the info using scetools
  • Ctrl+Enter on a BIN, SELF or SPRX to resign the file using scetools (includes 3.60 keys)
  • Shift+Enter on a PKG to extract the PKG
  • Ctrl+Enter on a PKG to view the PKG Content ID
  • Shift+Ctrl+Enter on a PKG to repack a retail PKG as debug PKG - useful for DEX users.
  • Right click on a PKG and select Make PKG to create a PKG.

Almost all the tools now return to the menu clicking on the right-top blue icon

Added drag & drop support to Create PS3_EXTRA and PS3RIP. PS3 Game Updates is included in the zip.

Download: [Register or Login to view links]

Note: if you need to use your own batch to resign the EBOOTs, create a file named "custom_eboot_fix.bat" in the folder of scetool.

I programmed a FixELF.exe (16kb) that does the hex replace (same as binmay - freecode.com/projects/binmay). But it is specialized for this this task if no parameter is provided, it asumes EBOOT.ELF "24 13 BC C5 F6 00 33 00 00 00 36" "24 13 BC C5 F6 00 33 00 00 00 34"

I just integrated it to my PS3 Tools, so to resign an EBOOT.BIN just double-click on it hodling Ctrl (or press Ctrl+Enter on it) and it makes a resigned EBOOT.BIN and EBOOT.BIN_ORIGINAL

It is required to run once the PKG ContentID.exe to associate the files.

Quick Tutorial for Converting PS3 3.60 Games to 3.55 Using PS3 Tools:

I. -- Preparation --

1- Download the ps3tools and install it
2- Run PARAM.SFO Editor and close it (this register the SFO extensions to Windows)
3- Run PKG Content ID and close it (this will register the EBOOT, self, sprx to Windows)

(you may need to copy the ps3 keys and the cygwin files requied by psn_package_npdrm to the ps3tools\tools)

II. -- Fixing a 3.60 disc game --

4. Open the GAMES\title name\PS3_GAME and double click on the PARAM.SFO
5. Press alt+y (PS3 System) and press down to set the version to 3.55
6. Press Ctrl+S to save the SFO and close the window

7. Open USRDIR and browse the folders to see if the are .self or .sprx
a. If you find a .self or .sprx, double click on it to view if it is using [3.60-3.61 keys]
b. If there are not .self or .sprx, press Ctrl+Enter on the EBOOT and you're ready to play

c. If there are .self or .sprx, copy the EBOOT.BIN and all the .self/.sprx files to the scetool folder in PS3 Tools and run the BruteForce.exe
d. If the keys are found, the BruteForce will resign the EBOOT.BIN and self/sprx
e. Copy the resigned EBOOT.BIN and self/sprx to their original location and play

III. -- Fixing a 3.60 patch PKG --

8. Run PS3 Game Update from the PS3 Tools Menu, enter the title id of the game, set the target version to 3.60 and press Verify
9. Download the PKG files that are 3.60 or lower
10. Once the download complete, double click again the completed file to open the folder
11. Press Shift+Enter on the PKG to extract all the files
12. Browse to the extracted folder\TITLEID and double click on the PARAM.SFO. Change the PS3 System to 3.55, press Ctrl+S and exit
13. Browse to USRDIR and repeat the all the steps in 7 (resign the 3.60 to 3.55)
14. Once you have resigned the files to 3.55 and copied them back to the extracted folder, browse up to the extracted folder. eg. UP0002-BLUS30591_00-CODBLOPSPATCH012-A0113-V0100-PE
15. Right click on the folder and select Make PKG
16. Install the PKG and play

#20 - PS3 News - 131w ago
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You may want to try redownloading it (using the same link above) as apparently since the initial 1.0 release it has been updated with v1.0.1, v1.0.2, v1.0.3 and v1.0.4 to fix some of the bugs:

  • Fixed bug: 'error 70 - access denied' on Windows 64bit
  • Fixed bug: 'stop download if game folder is collapsed'
  • Fixed bug: 'Verify button disabled pasting text with mouse'
  • Fixed bug: 'Verify button disabled pasting text in lower case'

#19 - Studs - 131w ago
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Won't run for me. I had the Dll error.. downloaded the correct files the chief gave us. I can get past that error, now it just says " run time error 70. Permission denied" Any ideas?

#18 - PS3 News - 131w ago
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Following up on his previous release, this weekend PlayStation 3 developer aldostools has made available a PS3 Game Updates v1.0 homebrew application which allows you to identify and download updates for video game backups.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Required)

To quote: My new tool... (beta)

I really liked the trueicecold's PS3 Game Updater 1.41, but I wanted a couple of new features... so I made my own "PS3 Game Updates 1.0"...

Features:

  • The title id field accepts many formats of title id (eg: title id with/without dash, content id, URL of pkgs, etc). Also supports search game by name.
  • The title id field also accepts the path of GAMES or the IP of the PS3 (to scan multiple games).
  • Show game patches 3.56+ in a different color (pink).
  • Auto-detects game patches already downloaded (search in PS3_UPDATE, PS3_EXTRAS, and in the default download path) and show them in gray.
  • Asks for confirmation to download patches 3.56 or higher. Required firmware version is appended to the name of the file (for 3.56+).
  • Show game cover and game description even if the game does not have updates.

PS3 Game Updates 3.0 Changelog:

  • This application download PS3 game updates and patches. The 'error 70' is already fixed.
  • Support concurrent queued downloads. new feature!
  • The title id field accepts many formats of title id (eg: title id with/without dash, content id, URL of pkgs, etc).
  • Search updates by name of the game.
  • The title id field also accepts the path of GAMES or the IP of the PS3 (to scan multiple games).
  • Show game patches 3.56+ in a different color (pink).
  • Auto-detects game patches already downloaded (search in PS3_UPDATE, PS3_EXTRAS, and in the default download path) and show them in gray.
  • Asks for confirmation to download patches 3.56 or higher. Required firmware version is appended to the name of the file.
  • Show game cover and game description even if the game does not have updates.
  • Auto-fix downloaded PKGs that required firmware 3.60

Finally, in related PlayStation 3 homebrew news today MCLUB has made available [Register or Login to view links] and stated the following, to quote:

My Tool can all files from Folder listed in .FolderList.txt File

  • Step1 put .FolderList.exe in Folder
  • Step2 Start Program
  • Step3 Press Enter

Good for Cover Index Make in .txt File.

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#17 - SwordOfWar - 132w ago
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If you have to, you can always search for the missing DLLs on google and download them.

Just drop them in the same folder as the .exe you are trying to run.

 

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