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PARAM Edit v2.0 PS3 Save Modification Homebrew App is Released


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148w ago - Following up on this initial release, today PlayStation 3 developer Corwin75 has updated his PARAM Edit PS3 Save Modification homebrew application to version 2.0 with the changes outlined below.

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To quote: This software is now cross platform which means its compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac

Here are the functions listed below:

  • Change the saves protection (protect/unprotect).
  • Make compatible your saves with another ps3.
  • Change details of the save.
  • Change title of the save.
  • Change sub-title of the save.
  • See information in the save.





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#10 - aldostools - 150w ago
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My PS3 PARAM.SFO Editor is now in version 2.0... The major addition is that it now allows to add new fields to a PARAM.SFO, which is nice for the PARAM.SFO that don't have some fields, like the ATTRIBUTE field (which allows Remote Play from the PC or PSP).

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#9 - h3lder - 150w ago
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I want to try this. Want to try it with some ME2 savegames. Anyone want to share a PS3 savegame of Mass Effect 2 PSN version (NPEB00503)? PM!

#8 - Transient - 150w ago
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It'd be really nice if it could decrypt saves as well (for hacking), but I don't believe anyone has identified the decryption key for that yet.

#7 - Bartholomy - 150w ago
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Tried. It's absolutely not clear how we reassign our user to the savegame.

Got it. Maybe you need an original savegame of your game. Then a downloaded save. Using both, you can make the final param.sfo compatible with your console. We had an app like this before.

#6 - BucN - 150w ago
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does this do what xploder does?

#5 - Bartholomy - 151w ago
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Superb, finally

#4 - elser1 - 151w ago
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i hope this will finally allow me to use some of my jb saves on my retail psn ps3.. awesome work thanks!!

wish it was in english.. and also windows warns against downloading this but i can vouch that it is safe in case anyone is scared..

#3 - DMagic1 - 151w ago
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Agreed, this could turn into a very useful tool.

#2 - HeyManHRU - 151w ago
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Pretty good program, hopefully this will turn into a save "hacker" to hack save files gradually with more games added.

#1 - PS3 News - 151w ago
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Today French PlayStation 3 developer Corwin75 has released a PARAM Edit PS3 save modification homebrew application for those seeking to modify their game saves.

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To quote: Hello. It's complicated you change your PS3 saves by lack of knowledge or you have simply no hex editor? The solution is very simple. PARAM Edit is a small program that I just create to modify your saves in several areas:

  • Modify the protection of saves (lock / unlock copies)
  • Make compatibility saves with your account
  • Modify the saves details
  • Change the title of the saves
  • Edit sub-title of the saves

Sources are being modified to be especially easy to read and understand each operation.

EXPLANATION:

For compatibility. You need a save to make it compatible with a game and a save from your account with the same game.

Finally, in related PlayStation 3 scene news today aldostools has updated his own PS3 homebrew PARAM SFO Editor to version 1.2 which offers better support for SAVE DATA PARAM.SFO's and PSP PARAM.SFO files as well.

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