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PSN Infinity v2 Open Beta Homebrew PC PSN Client is Released


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150w ago - Today PlayStation 3 developers SKFU and iQD have released PSN Infinity v2 Open Beta, a homebrew PC PSN client with the features outlined below, followed by a version 1.01 bug fix.

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To quote: For all the people who had problems with the login function this release should fix it.

Good evening, everyone! Proudly I present you my newest application "PSN Infinity v2".

Since in most news posts my co-coder genius iQD is forgotten, I have to mention him for his great help on this application here once again.

This version is released as public beta. Completing the app and including all functions I want it to have will take several weeks but the main function aka browsing the PSN stores is already working.

This is the first time I force a donation alert in an app, but necessary as this program is a very huge and time consuming project.

So if you like this beta, please donate a small amount to give me some more time to work on this nice project

I will give you a sneak preview about the functions I focus to add soon:

  • 100% PSN PC client
  • linux and MAC version
  • finish the search function
  • download PKG for guest account
  • add comic & video stores support
  • activate/deactivate your consoles remotly
  • complete account management on PC (like on PS3)
  • change your PSN Online ID (like in japanese region accounts)
  • bring back PC to PS3 messaging (if we'll ever get xi-passphrase back)
  • etc etc etc...

If you reach error 99, please install the VC redistributables and OpenSSL. If you find any bugs or have suggestions don't hesitate to e-mail me: (skfuinfo@gmail.com).

This application is made for research and investigation. There is no intention to use it for piracy!

Kind regards,

- SKFU





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#16 - VirtualPotato - 3w ago
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Grazie

#15 - PS3 News - 140w ago
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Ahh got ya now, and +Rep for the follow-up SKFU!

#14 - SKFU - 140w ago
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The application itself is called PSN INFINITY v2 with the current version 1.01. That's because there was a prior non published PSN INFINITY v1 application before

#13 - PS3 News - 140w ago
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Here it is, if you check the version in the About it shows v1.01 but for some reason SKFU named the .exe v2:

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#12 - pr0p0sitionJOE - 140w ago
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Can someone please reupload PSN Infinity v2 v1.01 version?

I can't find the damn update version on whole net and I misplaced my backup.

Thanks.
Much appreciated.

#11 - SNaHHaN - 149w ago
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I'm having the same problems using Windows 7 as well. I installed Win32 OpenSSL v1.0.1 and Visual C++ 2008 Redistributables. When I login using Guest Session, I get Error No. 99.

#10 - peaceland - 150w ago
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learnt a lot from you

#9 - GotNoUsername - 150w ago
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Anyone got rid of the error 99 I installed "OpenSSL + VC Redists Dependencies" and still (Yes Program running as Admin) get it ?

Using Win7 I think there is a problem with the OpenSSL implementation in the program!

#8 - romhunter - 150w ago
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To avoid crashes, install latest Qt4 runtimes (qt.nokia.com).

Works very well on WinXP SP3. Download function?!

#7 - Xyth - 150w ago
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Same here. Program crashes entering Store. I'm using Win7 32 bit.

 

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