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Latest PS3 Firmware 2.10 Update blocks RSX exploit?

362w ago - Many users are reporting that the latest PS3 Firmware v2.10 may well have cancelled a potential RSX exploit that allowed full GPU access on the PS3.

It is no secret that Sony likes to tackle against any potential hacks, and if this is true it would be a discouragement to further Linux development under full GPU access on the PS3.

As always, only time will tell for sure...

Pandora's Battery still works on new PSP Firmware v3.80

362w ago - P1R473H4X0R has shared a new PSP firmware v3.80 video showing in order - upgrading from v1.50, picking up WiFi, new visualizer, radio players, and lastly Pandora's Battery.

Nice news indeed, and Enjoy!


PSP Firmware v3.80 Update dumped and examined!

362w ago - Dark_AleX has examined PSP firmware v3.80 changes, and here are the results:

They now know that with Pandora, we can always access the flash, so they've focused on locking down the PSAR and changing the format of the files/flash. Just more tactics to slow down decryption, but it won't work.

They have only changed the keys of the tables of filenames. The prx's keys are the same than in 3.7X.

However, there is a little surprise in a form of new compression algorithm called KL4E, this time sysmem and loadcore are also compressed. Plus... again new nids.

So it would seem as if the newly-released PSP firmware v3.80 has already been dumped and decrypted. Only time will tell is Alex will release an update to M33 CFW or make users wait longer.

3.80 module list and decryption info below:

Only a example, the offsets for show another version in 3.71 are:

- 0x12B38
- 0x12B3C

In 3.72/3.73:

- 0x12BD8
- 0x12BDC

In 3.80 are:

- 0x12414
- 0x12418

And in 3.80 the nid scePaf_82D1FFD2 is scePaf_28A83D9F now.


Filename : main380.bin
MD5 : A9CB397585C170AABDE5B44FB98729E9
SHA1 : CA62191C51041B11657F905F8C6011D86469A677

Sony sneaks extra features PS3 into Firmware v2.10

362w ago - The big new features of the latest PS3 firmware DivX and WMV playback, but let us spare a thought for some of the lesser features that sneaked into the latest update. There is a new planet music visualizer, they fixed the video thumbnails in folders not playing and lastly BD/DVD dynamic range control has been tweaked.

And who could forget that the PS3 is now well equipped for the 1.1 profile movies that will hit early next year.

To quote: As well as providing DivX and WMV playback in the latest firmware as we revealed yesterday (which is now out, by the way) Sony have added a couple of really cool new features that aren't documented in the changelist.

Firstly, they've added a new 'planet' music visualiser from our friends at Q Games (press 'square' when playing music) which has got to be the most amazing thing we've ever seen. They've also fixed the video thumbnails in folders not playing, and finally BD/DVD Dynamic Range Control has been tweaked for those late night sessions. With the recent changes the PS3 is now the ultimate Blu-ray player, and the first 1.1 Profile movies come out on the 1st of January.

PSP Media Manager Now Free To Download

362w ago - Sony's PSP Media Manager is a decent enough piece of software. You click, you drag, you browse, it gets the job done. Only problem is, for some ridiculous reason, you have to pay for it. Stupid!

Stupid in the West, at least: Sony have announced that Japanese consumers can now download the software free of charge from their PlayStation Store. Sucky news for us, right? Not even close. Fumble your way through the Japanese install and you'll find the program itself runs in English. Perfect, legible, sweet English. I just installed it, used it, tested it, it all works. You can download it from the link below courtesy of the Japanese PlayStation Store.

Download: Media Manager For PSP
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