- Following up on RenPKG
, PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Eslab
has now made available RIF2RAP which no longer requires users to downgrade their PS3 console to 3.55 to export the RAP files.
(Mirror) / RIF2RAP
(Mirror #2) / RIF2RAP Edit
/ RIF2RAP Edit
(Mirror) by BlackDeath
/ Get IDPS.pkg (4.20+ Signed)
With this application, it is now possible to convert RIF files on the PlayStation 3 console to RAP files.
: Hello, recently my friend released a tool: rif2rap. It does help those who want to share the rap. And there is no need to downgrade the PS3 concole to 3.55 to export the rap. Just run this rif2rap.exe, and get the rap.
Tested OK by some of my friends. The Tutorial is so easy that no need to explain here.
The program is written by Eslab. Enjoy!!
Q: How to get my act.dat?
A: PS3 file path: dev_hdd0/home/00000X/exdata
Q: How to get my idps?
A: Dump your PS3 flash, and visit ps3devwiki.com/wiki/IDPS (see below) You don't need to downgrade your console. The lastest MM supports flash dump.
The IDPS is a 16 byte value that contains console specific information. Exactly what information this stores is not completely known.
00000000 00 00 00 01 00 89 00 0B 14 00 EF DD CA 25 52 66 .....‰....ïÝÊ%Rf
Target ID PS3 Model type
6th byte represents your Target ID
8th byte represents your PS3 Model
The IDPS can be found in EID0 and EID5, see Flash (NAND @ 0x80870 / NOR @ 0x2F070)
Displayed under setting information on MultiMan or on registry/application_persistent file inside PlayStation Store folder (as DeviceID).
Q: How to import the rap?
A: Install the ReActPsn 2.23.pkg, tested OK on 4.30CFW V2.03
From the ReadMe File: Your console's IDPS named idps is in the exdata file folder. Your act.dat is also in the exdata file folder.
rif2rap <xxx.rif> <xxx.rap>
: I have created a little "batch-version"... Just copy all *.rif files in the folder and run convert_all_rif2rap.exe (of course u have to place your act.dat and idps in exdata folder)
It's just a quick version, feel free to test. Maybe it's useful for those like me, with many *.rif files. kudos to Eslab for this nice rif2rap tool.
: Is that get_IDPS app able to be ported to 4.21? if so would remove the need to downgrade to get it. I signed it for 4.20+, try, maybe it works.
followed by haz367
: I say over complicated not in literary terms. In mm you gota load then load fileos then do this then do that, by the time ya make it through those steps I already have mine with 2 clicks
1. Boot toolbox
2. Click dump nand / nor flash
Less steps ie. Less complex do you follow now LOL ^_^
From there on 4.xx CFW's to get ur IDPS as a file (all "idps dumpers" are not working properly on 4.xx)
- open the NOR or NAND dump with HxD workshop
- click CTRL+E or click "edit-select block"
- paste the idps - OFFSETS below into the 2 boxes
Start offset - End offset
NOR: 2f070 - 2F07F = IDPS
NAND: 80870 - 8087F = IDPS
- rightclick the IDPS and copy the line or just do CTLR+C
- create new file
- CTRL+B or paste write the IDPS into new file
- save the new file as "idps" without any extension!! > not idps.txt etc...
2) or write down the IDPS from Multiman - system settings
- write into "new file" with HxD
- save as "idps"
- result looks like this with your OWN IDPS
Finally, c/p your "act.dat" and "idps" in the exdata folder and convert your rifs to raps: rap2rif, rif2rap
: ReActPSN needs RAP files to work. These can be created on CFW 3.55 by reactPSN from the rif files that are present in your exdata folder. i.e. it performs a RIF2RAP for you. Problem is reactPSN will not do this on CFW 4.xx, hence you need to use this program to do it for you.
More information so that you can understand this if you are interested: In order for reactPSN to work the PS3 needs to be able to decrypt locally licensed EDAT files. In order to do this it needs a number of keys, the main 2 that we are interested in are the devKLic and the keyFromRif. The devKLic is either a known hard coded key in the F/W this is the case for PSX, PS2, PSP, minis, Demos and others.
For DLC, updates, PSN games this key is in the application executable (e.g. BOOT.BIN). The other key the keyFromRif is what the RAP file provides. The other 2 keys it needs are the EDATKEY and the EDATHASH, there are =V4 versions of these. I have tired to keep this simple, hope it helps. It is also needed as you say to make games etc work with out reactPSN. In order to convert an EDAT file from locally licensed to free the same keys are needed as described above.
From Asure: You can use rap2rif to create valid RIF files from a RAP file.. So there's no need for ReactPSN at this stage, the rif files are generated on your PC. And yes, this requires a valid ACT.DAT and IDPS to reactivate them. But, they can be any act/idps files you want to activate them against.
I had a similar problem before, but you need a fully activated act.dat for this to work. It works best when you grab the act.dat of a new (dummy) account that you create on your CFW system, and downloaded a free game/demo with.
You can't use an account that you have content on, which is shared on PS3's. Also you can't put back the act.dat (let's say we ftp a copy out) after deactivating the PS3/account. Sony will delete it from your system when you sign in with it.
In my case i was referring to rap2rif, with a PS3 cfw that act.dat was created by connecting to PSN using an original account that signed in. This account was already active on two PS3's. It didn't get all the data from Sony, so it could not be used. I created an extra dummy account and signed in with it, bought a free add-on, then it was good to go. (with idps, rap2rif, etc.)