"That cobra is $%#@$%!!! We roll deep .. do you Max?" -- Operation: Mongoose
Look ma, no Downgrade Dongle
In keeping with our Red Valentines theme this month... we release another red themed app. Tonight, in our second release we bring you a second handy app that continues our commitment to the removal or the need for ANY dongles. A simple app that should likel make it into everyone's PS3 tool set. An XMB application that...
96w ago - Following up on the previous PS3 RSOD Fix comes an RSODFix Lv2Diag.self version 0.1 solution from homebrew developer CrashSerious for those experiencing the dreaded PlayStation 3 Red Screen of Death.
Last week someone found the *Proof of Concept* (POC) PUP/app in the wiki, awesome-- people are looking in the wiki! But the dev who put it there, did so as a POC and hadn't intended for it to be released yet because it required you to be able to install a pkg and run apps... something you couldn't do necessarily if you were RSOD. Now, we present you with the FULL and COMPLETE solution!
Now, Fixing the Red Screen Of Death (RSOD) could not be any easier with this new tool! There have been methods in the past that accomplished the same goal, but certainly the difficulty of use hindered many from successfully recovering their beloved console. As a further commitment to you never needing a dongle again, we bring you this release to work in conjunction with our second...
To quote: This release is a tool that will decrypt (and then also re-encrypt) the SIG files that were leaked in the CEX-DEX packages earlier this year and also the files released by an0nymous a month or so ago. The SIG files have not gotten a lot of attention, maybe because no one could read them. However, that's about to change.
Why should you care about this release?
Because the SIG files are a list of instructions for the objective suites application to interface to the lv2diag.self files that were leaked with the previous Objective Suites stuff. Very low level stuff, for the most part, that will actually let you modify settings in the PS3 firmware.