To quote: New update has arrived to the popular Kmeaw LV2 patcher now with the support of Syscall 36 and Waninkoko V2 CFW. The version is still the same though as according to Kmeaw himself, no code has been changed.
kmeaw: i have added sc36 payload
kmeaw: it is still v8
kmeaw: no code has been changed
kmeaw: just new .txt and .bin files
lv2patcher : Dukio, sorry, I have updated the lv2patcher again icon smile Kmeaw LV2 Patcher V8 *Updated* Syscall 36 Payload, Waninkoko V2 CFW Support The difference is minor – I have added a delay into gamepad reading loop which fixes accidental skipping while the user is selecting the patchset.
In related PS3 homebrew news today rms has made available NOR UnPKG followed by PS3 eEID Splitter source code.
Finally, Mathieulh shared a theory on how to unlock the 8th...
150w ago - Today kmeaw has made available a video proof-of-concept of his upcoming HPR, a PS3 homebrew network PKG repository which includes a built-in PKG Installer alongside BM (Backup Manager) Enabler LV2 V5 PKG followed by BM (Backup Manager) Enabler LV2 V6 PKG.
Download: HPR.PKG Homebrew PKG Repository for PS3 / PS3 View of HPR Version 1 / PS3 View of HPR Version 2 / PS3 View of HPR Version 3
Here are some POC details thus far from kmeaw via IRC:
Homebrew PKG Repository (HPR) is currently a WIP but runs on a PS3 with a built-in PKG installer, basically, it is a very simple embedded Web browser that can install PKGs.
It uses HTTP to download PKG files and supports a small subset of HTML, as the builtin PS3 browser is much better than this one in displaying HTML but it cannot install PKGs although a complex markup for package descriptions isn't necessary.
Finally, he has also made available a first version of PS3 View of HPR above for those who wish to give it a try!