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PS3 PARAM.SFO Editor Homebrew Application Arrives

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201w ago - Awhile back we reported on a PS3 System File Editor followed by a Linux Edition, and today [Register or Login to view links] has made available his own version of a PS3 PARAM.SFO Editor homebrew application.

Download: PS3 PARAM.SFO Editor v1.0.0.0

To quote: I decided to fully research the PARAM.SFO file and make a tool to edit any aspect of it.

And it seems to work really well as far as reading/writing, although I don't have a PS3 to test the saves...

So if anyone experiences a problem then give me all the details...

How to use:

1) Open a PARAM.SFO file in the editor.
2) Right-Click to edit, then save.

Finally, in related news $n!pR has released a similar application dubbed [Register or Login to view links] (sfoprint - V1.00b.zip) followed by [Register or Login to view links] (sfoprint - V1.00c.zip)...
 

PS3 Channels Creator v1.0 Homebrew Application is Released

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202w ago - Today Spanish PlayStation 3 Developer XESC has released a homebrew application he calls PS3 Channels Creator v1.0.

Download: PS3 Channels Creator v1.0

To quote from Elotrolado, roughly translated: Hello! I present a program that I've developed to create channel lists PS3 to our liking.

The program already has a list of channels to add, but otherwise there is an option to put our channels or web pages you want!

The only creates our file xil.xml to put directly into our PS3 (/dev_hdd0/tmp/explore/xil/tv/c/63431223453538546/xil.xml). Suitable for all the CFW or dongles as you only need an FTP or file manager.

The icons and the backgrounds are the same as the pack of colchonerox! I hope you find it useful!

PS: If you have any problems or want to add channels to the next version reply in the thread, thanks!


 

PS3 Model Detection PKG Homebrew Application is Released

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204w ago - Today rms has released a PS3 Model Detection PKG homebrew application for determining the PlayStation 3 model so that, among other things, users can see if their console is supported by the various PS3 Custom Firmware (CFW) updates available.

Currently the PS3 homebrew app supports both 3.41 and 3.55 Firmware systems in addition to Waninkoko 3.55 PS3 Custom Firmware.

Download: PS3 Model Detection PKG for 3.41 FW / PS3 Model Detection PKG for 3.55 FW / PS3 Model Detection PKG for 3.55 Waninkoko CFW

To quote: "Have you ever wondered what specific version of hardware was inside of your PS3?

Well, a dev by the name of rms, has created a PS3 app that identifies exactly that.

The app, appropriately called PS3 Model Detection, will tell you your PS3's System Target ID, Motherboard Revision, and BD-Laser Revision."


 

Kinect Applications Possible on PS3 via API OpenNI Drivers

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210w ago - Just over a month ago Adafruit Industries offered and paid a bounty for an Open Kinect Driver, and today German site VideoGamesZone.de (linked above) reports that running homebrew Kinect applications may soon be possible on PS3 via OtherOS and API [Register or Login to view links] drivers.

To quote, roughly translated: "Kinect for Xbox 360 might also operate on the PlayStation 3. Thanks to recent API OpenNI Drivers for Windows and Linux could allow PS3 consoles with older firmware with the OtherOS function also Kinect Underground.

The drivers allow access to all Kinect functions. Both the depth sensor and the audio and video capabilities of Kinect would theoretically available on the PlayStation 3.

So far, we have some Kinect videos from amateur hobbyists found, do the fun things with Kinect on the PC. Below are videos of a cool Minority Report-application and a player to come out with invisible Kinect makes.

A video to a Kinect application on the PlayStation 3 we have not found, yet."




 

PS3 SELF / SPRX Decrypter Homebrew Application Arrives

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211w ago - A few days back graf_chokolo released a PS3 SELF Decrypter PSGroove payload, and today Heden of DeLiGhT has released at PSGroove (linked above) a PlayStation 3 SELF / SPRX Decrypter application followed by an update below.

Download: PS3 SELF / SPRX Decrypter V0.5 Beta / PS3 SELF / SPRX Decrypter V0.6 Beta

To quote: Unlike graf_chokolo's method, DeLiGhT's application does not require a special payload to decrypt.

Simply place the SELF/SPRX you want decrypted into /dev_hdd0/game/DCRY00001/USRDIR/SOURCE/ Then run the SELF/SPRX DECRYPTER from the XMB, and finally retrieve the decrypted files from /dev_hdd0/game/DCRY00001/USRDIR/DESTINATION/

From the ReadMe File: SELF/SPRX DECRYPTER - V0.5 BETA

12/04/10 - V0.5B - Initial BETA Release
- Decrypting internal PS3's SELF/SPRX files
[BETA - The decrypter hangs on some files]

GameOS utilizes files to make the console work (I won't give details) These files (SELF = EXE, SPRX = DLL) are stored in /dev_flash. This tool enables to decrypt...
 
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