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Waninkoko Releases PS3 CFW 3.55 V2 Custom Firmware


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199w ago - Following his initial release from just under two weeks ago, today Spanish PlayStation 3 developer Waninkoko has updated his PS3 CFW to 3.55 V2 Custom Firmware.

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PUP MD5: 6a6cfc701300c95b57b990d8d609e52f
PUP SHA1: a4f155711bbb031022d0c531d70a0b7a180b7aca


From his page, to quote roughly translated: This PS3 CFW is installed directly into the NAND has been tested in different models of console (FAT and Slim, reported in the main post) and without any bricking or similar problem.

The testers have reported a high stability in the CFW and the same compatibility with games that could be obtained with different dongles.

The main core of the payload is based on Hermes, also has some features of PL3 and supplementary code and improved by Waninkoko.

Attempted to create an application that enable / disable the payload, so that after leaving a manager backup Blu-ray was functional. After some testing has not been able to be operational, it would be desirable for the various backups managers were in charge of implementing such functionality or may be added in a later CFW.

Custom PS3 Firmware v3.55 v2
Developed by Waninkoko
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DESCRIPTION:

This custom firmware for the PS3 increases the system capabilities of your console to allow installation and execution of homebrew applications.

This Custom Firmware can also allow the loading of legal copies (backups) using these new functions. We do not support or support the use of illegal copies. We are not responsible for any damage caused by use of the Custom Firmware.

INSTALLATION:

1. Download the firmware 3.55 for PS3 (PS3UPDAT.PUP file).
2. PS3UPDAT.PUP file patched using the patch included in this package using the application bsdiff ([Register or Login to view links]).
3. PUP file installs the patch as normal firmware upgrade. (If you're in the version 3.55 you need to install from the recovery mode.)

PS3 MODELS TESTED:

  • PS3 40GB FAT (CECHG04)
  • PS3 60GB FAT (CECHC04)
  • PS3 80GB FAT (CECHK04)
  • 120GB PS3 Slim (CECH2004A)
  • 120GB PS3 Slim (CECH2104A)
  • PS3 Slim 250GB (CECH2004B)

KUDOS:

  • Team fail0verflow
  • Kakarot
  • Flukes1
  • Hermes

KUDOS TO OUR TESTERS:

  • Jgade
  • Etxe
  • EXXtreme
  • Vasolechecongalletas
  • Carpi
  • Mibaito
  • Juaniyoalm
  • XP10SiV

NOTES:

I regret the situation once again produced with my V1. The solution to this problem is not simple and is not expected in the short term.











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evertonsteve's Avatar
#173 - evertonsteve - 194w ago
does it work anywhere near as good as kmeaw and are there any differences?

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#172 - nightwish - 194w ago
Quote Originally Posted by BaileysCream View Post
i had the same problem with my phat ps3. mine has the card readers built in so i tried a sd card and it installed from there (i think the ps3 won't install from usb if you have the card reader model) if yours is the same then try this and comment back your results so it may help anyone else with this problem.

no... it works perfectly on that model... I think your USB-Sticks are not really compatible or formatted with wrong FS... like NTFS or ext-FAT.

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#171 - ShroomRaza - 194w ago
Quote Originally Posted by khwaldeh View Post
i can't install the CFW_v3.55_V2.patch i change name to PS3UPDAT.PUP put the ps3 say no applicable update data was found
first i install the orignal ps3 3.55 update then i Paste the patch in the same place and change name from CFW_v3.55_V2.patch to PS3UPDAT.PUP


Just download the already patched .pup file. Then install OFW 3.55 then install (already patched) CFW 3.55.

I'm not going to go into how to patch your own OFW .pup with the patch, but you can't install the patch to your console like it was a patch for a PC App. You have to take the patch and the OFW load them both into a separate program that will then make a patched version of the OFW which becomes your CFW. Then rename the now patched OFW file it makes. Then you would install the OFW, then the newly patched OFW (which is the CFW).

See much easier just to download the already patched version!

BaileysCream's Avatar
#170 - BaileysCream - 195w ago
i had the same problem with my phat ps3. mine has the card readers built in so i tried a sd card and it installed from there (i think the ps3 won't install from usb if you have the card reader model) if yours is the same then try this and comment back your results so it may help anyone else with this problem.

khwaldeh's Avatar
#169 - khwaldeh - 196w ago
i can't install the CFW_v3.55_V2.patch i change name to PS3UPDAT.PUP put the ps3 say no applicable update data was found
first i install the orignal ps3 3.55 update then i Paste the patch in the same place and change name from CFW_v3.55_V2.patch to PS3UPDAT.PUP

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