77w ago - This weekend the Spanish PlayStation 3 developers at DemonHades have announced that JBM 3.55 PS3 CFW is now in development, which will offer the best of JFW DH 3.56 MA in a new Custom Firmware.
To quote, roughly translated: Making decisions for the future of JFW-DH
Hello friends first of all like demons to thank you for trusting in JFW356MA as custom of your PS3, as you well know the PS3 scene is going through difficult times because of the dominance of DRM dongles, these dongles are set to 355, for structure and kernel.
As you know many of you in MA you have had problems when running certain applications mainly due to this reason which we have all we can to resolve, but we are aware that this balance in trying to adapt all our MA giving us more work to realization of new and abundant applications for JFW.
We have been thinking about these obstacles in which we double slaughter, we play in making new things and other things that appear in portage other devs submitting to more pressure and therefore more cramped.
As happened a few days with the PSN and spoof, had it not been for that we have been watching Black ubiesemos us as if other custom could, and I as a responsible community dh I can not want it to happen.
103w ago - Today Spanish PlayStation 3 developer DemonHades has shared a video demonstrating the loading of MAtherOS in JFW DH PS3 CFW 3.56 with EGEA LV1 Patching via dynamic patching of LV1 with EGEA at the system boot.
To quote, roughly translated: MAtherOS working in JFW-DH356MA with EGEA
This video shows how it is possible to load a different Operative System in the MA all this by the dynamic patching of lv1 with EGEA at the system boot, the core is left untouched and Gentoo is used as example distribution.
In this video the dynamic patching of EGEA is put to the test to allow us to use otherOS in JFW-DH356MA.
This is one of the many functions of EGEA, expect a lot more.
Thanks to Blackdeath for making this addon, to Rokiski for EGEA, JaiCraB for his everlasting collaboration and help, to DemonHades for the collaboration and design, thanks to the demons at DemonHades.org and followers.
105w ago - Following up on the JFW DH 3.56 MA PS3 CFW Installation Tutorial, over the weekend the DemonHades Team have released IrisManager 3.56 for JFW DH PS3 CFW which now includes support for PlayStation 3 game backups alongside the launch of Open PStore as detailed below.
107w ago - Following up on their initial release and IrisManager application, this weekend Spanish PlayStation 3 developer DemonHades has made available a JFW DH 3.56 MA PS3 Custom Firmware (CFW) Installation Tutorial.
To quote, roughly translated: Installation Tutorial for JFW DH 3.56 MA
This tutorial is designed so that the user makes a comfortable and easy installation "DH JFW 3.56 MA" without risk of incorrect installation either. Before starting the installation we will clear some things:
What is the DH JFW 356 MA?
It is the first CFW 3.56 for the system, thanks to DH 356 JFW MA, locked in 3.56 users who are unable to downgrade have a chance to scene, so if you'll need a flasher. For users who are at 3.55 or 3.41 will not need the flasher for installation.
How is unlike the rest of the current CFW?
3.56 The DH JFW is made by sceners MA Spanish and we thought both users who are locked up like that scene today have at 3.41/3.55.
The DH JFW 3.56 MA has features that no other CFW has, such as preloader, Thegra, etc...
108w ago - Today Spanish PlayStation 3 developer DemonHades has released the first version of their JFW DH MA-1 3.56 PS3 Custom Firmware alongside a video of it in action below.
Note: Before installing, barrybarryk warns users who install JFW DH MA-1 3.56 PS3 CFW they will not be able to downgrade without a hardware flasher... so be aware it's primarily intended for those stuck on a 3.56 base.
To quote, roughly translated: PS3 MA-1 3.56 is the first PS3 Custom Firmware version 3.56. This custom (its most basic) was ready for about 7 or 8 months, but it was not until now when I decided to publish it.
It has nothing to do with the recently published exploit the metldr, although the appearance is imminent futures higher firmwares, for which he wants to try, here it is.
First of all thanks:
Graf_Chokolo, for their great work.
A Demonhades, for its testing, its great strength.