247w ago - Recently, through reconstructing the PS3 HDD, sonyk has added some new details to the PS3 HDD Map we posted early last year.
Normally the infoboard files reside in the flash, and although it's still missing the subdirecties of user (as well as data, drm, mms, and vsh), those interested can check out the partial user directory available below:
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I also one of them who was hyped by the scene but after a few hypes to begining i wanted to know why the ps3 cant be hacked.And than i understood.As long we dont know the signing keys or found a other methode to trick the ps3, e.g. found out that flags will be the reason why console boot retail or dev mode and also found a chip on mb where this flags will be stored and magically to swap / flash them will couse hyprid consoles to activate the dev options, no upcoming news about ps3 hacking will give us the story the most of us want to hear.
Good work on the continued mapping effort of the hard drive sonyk. In regards to all those who think every piece of news will lead an exploit, I wish we still had the 5 quality post thing for beginners and such =P, it would at least keep some of the unnecessary posts out.
I know what you mean, from know a little bit of the 360 modding scene I know this wont be done overnight which some people think it will. And in my eyes the 360 hasn't truly been hacked as they have only modified the DVD firmware not the actual console firmware.
I bet I can guess which site you are on about
I know and I therefore conclude that patience is not a virtue
yeh i agree with the overhype of "ZOMG will this lead to an exploit/iso loader" etc
i just see everything like this as "the dev's getting to know the ps3's architecture" as it is an amazingly complex piece of equipment
every lil bit of news is always good news, and a step in the right direction, even if it doesnt lead to an exploit, it is just useful information to know for the future