256w ago - Many have been following the PS3 Exploit Backup Tool thread by Giulio19992 which is a project his Italian PS3 Dev Team has started. The current status results are as follows:
- gio23 [DONE - WORKED 100%]
- $n4k3 [DONE - WORKED 100%]
- PaUrAz [NOT WORKED - BAD BACKUP]
- TUTTIFUSI [DONE - WORKED 100%]
- aaaaa93 [INCOMPLETE]
An external HDD or Memory Stick of 4GB or larger is required along with their files, and for complete details check out their ongoing project thread in our newly added PS3 Hacks Forum.
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Exploit PS3 Backup Tool (.PKG) Fixed:
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Let me be the first one to warmly welcome you here. Your project seems interesting and well based. Now let me say this and please do not take any offense - your English is hard to understand. Again - this is not meant as insult. Giulio's project has raised a lot of expectations and emotions because not many people (if any) can understand what he's trying to achieve.
Now here's my proposal to you to prevent similar confusion: post in your native language and let someone more skilled be the translator.
Do I read it correctly that .pkg are encrypted with XOR? Is that what you say?
Well, you only replace a packet a dat for a pkg, pkg is encrypted whith xor and dont have a eboot or other exe for understand or translate its information, is how insert data dummy, cant read and nothing execute.
What is the fuction?
The hdd have a mbr (and you say replace for other) dont is posible, broke the mbr.
You only insert data but destroy old? dont believe, for what the system repair the base data but dont repair you change, only repair the mbr and find the data old erased in firs pass delete.
Read the past posts before asking the same questions please... the self-unpacking .exe does the same as the batch file, the reason the .exe was removed is because those filetypes get flagged by some A/V programs.