44w ago - Following up on the PS3 BwE NOR Revocation CoreOS Checker v1.4 and NOR Statistics v1.4 updates alongside the PS3 NORDumpTool, today PlayStation 3 developer Mysis has released PS3 NOR Inspector v0.01 with details below.
From the included ReadMe file: I was working on this application for a little while now. By its release, it doesn't mean others should stop their work. Keep up the good work !
Coded in C# - Requires .NET Framework 2.0 Another Tool for validating your NOR Dump is "Nor Inspector". It will display most common information about your dump and the console.
2) Drag'n'drop your dump into the app
3) On errors check out status-tab
Drag'n'drop your dumps!
Drag'n'drop Core OS / Revoke Package to replace!
Display of general informations
Additional reverse engineering related information
Tree View of your Nor Dump
Extract Option for contents
Verification of Operating System Files
Byte reverse dumps supported
Error Logging in Status-Tab (OK/ERR) "The Tab is green, the dump is clean!"
PS3 Dev wiki people for their hard work and still updating every day ! (so much names I can't write them all, you know who you are ! )
P.S.: This is just the beginning. I'm planning to add a lot more stuff. To be continued...
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the PSID can't be found in any NOR/NAND dump, only in the "dumped" LV1/LV2 dumps from the console. there you have the PSID, so it needs PSIDPatch either way... and the 2xConsoleID/IDPS in ur dump is at offset:
NAND offset 80870 - 16 bytes ( search again the IDPS and the second one appears..) NOR offset offset 2F070 - 16 bytes (search again the IDPS ...)
PSID starts at 0x800000000044A18C in 3.41, 0x800000000045218C in 3.55. It is 16 bytes long. Two identicle Console ID's exist in memory: one which is 32 bytes at 0x80000000003C2EF0 and another which is 16 bytes at 0x8000000000452174. PSN seems to use the second one, but PSIDPatch patches both