30w ago - Following up on their previous release, French developers Dev-Team-SPT / ARCH have released PS3 CFW Arch CEX 4.30 Rev 2.00 and 4.00 Custom Firmware alongside a MultiMAN Stealth version for those with flashers who don't mind experimenting.
To quote, roughly translated: Revision 2.00 CFW Update to 4.30 released with CEX ARCH fixes and additions detailed below and a version of MultiMAN v04.13.00 Stealth.
As a reminder, a version of MultiMAN Stealth allows you to play backups of your games when connecting to PSN but you will appear as extended spirited play on the game demo version of JAP-NPJA90067 instead that you see on MultiMAN. A big thanks to Deank manager for Great About!
NOTE => For the moment it is too dangerous to release a 4.31 CFW because too unstable (a Core_os re-compiled on different CFW / OFW does not mix well with our ps3 as we have seen recently). I prefer the stability brickage massive!
Installation directory MultiMAN Stealth => dev_hdd0 / game / NPJA90067.
30w ago - Following up on his previous version, today PlayStation 3 developer Rogero has updated his PS3 Custom Firmware (CFW) to CEX 4.30 and 4.21 version 2.00 with the changes outlined below alongside a new multiMAN v04.12.00 release followed by multiMAN v04.13.00.
Warning: Be aware this PS3 CFW is still under development, and like all PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware should only be installed if you are aware of the risk of possibly bricking your console. Although not a requirement, ideally it should only be attempted if you have a backup of your PS3 NAND / NOR and a hardware flasher available.
To quote, roughly translated: Hi all, What better than to come back with this kind of news!
Our friend and SGK developer releases today the result of hard work. Indeed, in...
31w ago - Following up on his previous release, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Rogero has updated to Rogero CEX 4.30 CFW v1.04 PS3 Custom Firmware with multiMAN v04.11.11 and the changes detailed below.
32w ago - Following his previous revision, today PlayStation 3 developer Rogero released v1.03 of his Rogero CEX-4.30 Custom Firmware which fixes the video issues some have been reporting after implementing a botched Cinavia disabled attempt.