36w ago - Following up on his previous releases, this weekend PlayStation 3 homebrew developer RazorX has made available PS3Ultimate PS3 TV Application v1.10 followed by v1.11. allowing users to watch TV from the PlayStation 3 entertainment system using an XML file modification.
To quote: Hey everyone today I bring you v1.10 of my app with this comes a lot of updates including a installer which I created with the help of developer andreus because of this installer I have had to make changes to everything so if you have my app installed please uninstall it first along with this update i have created a Web site just for this app which i have created to be viewed mainly on the PS3 so if your viewing it on the pc and the text seems a bit off that's why.
Version 1.10 brings you more channels, more content (with more to come), a updated update section as well as a package installer for the PS3Ultimate TV files as well as the PS3Ultimate TV...
From VSPROD: It seems that the YouTube APP won't appear at all on the XMB when you are in 3.55 (4.10 APP) So I have created a PKG from the official Sony YouTube APP.. and an other PKG: the Fix 3.55. should work for 3.41 too.
1. Install my first PKG:UP2075-NPUP10028_00-YOUTUBE000000001
2. Install my 3.55 Fix: YOUTUBE105_FIX_341355_VSPROD
Now after the installation, launch multiman and you have to go into Dev_hdd0/game/NPUP10028/ and create a new folder called: PS3_GAME.
Now you will have to copy everything that in the NPUP10028 folder into PS3_GAME folder. After that go to PS3_GAME/USRDIR and click on EBOOT.BIN and create a desktop shortcut (with the circle button...
To quote: LV2 Loader is a tool for devs to allow the quick testing of modified lv2_kernel.self by launching it from the root of dev_flash without the risk of bricking the PS3 or need for a flasher if the new kernel does not work.
The app will run on any 3.15, 3.41, 3.55 CEX or DEX firmware that has lv1 mmap and lv2 peek and poke patches. It also has udp_printf support which will return the offset of the lv2 boot path in lv1 and a little bit of info about what it is doing.
It works by searching lv1 memory for the lv2_kernel.self boot path then modifying it to point to the root of dev_flash instead. After it finishes searching and patching the path LV2 Loader will reboot lv2 gameos without rebooting lv1.
If the app has already been ran once and the user attempts to run it again before rebooting lv1 or the current lv2 kernel does not have peek and poke it will return you to the XMB.
Using FTP or multiMAN/file manager place your modified lv2_kernel.self into the root of dev_flash on your PS3.