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Sony PS3 Debug / Test (DEX) Firmware 4.20 Update & More Arrive

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105w ago - Following up on the recent Sony PS3 Debug / Test (DEX) Firmware 4.11 update leak, today version 4.20 alongside some DEX to CEX Switcher and Downgrade PUPs for PS3 CEX to DEX conversions have arrived from an anonymous user on the PlayStation 3 Dev Wiki.

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Sony PS3 Debug / Test (DEX) Firmware 4.11 Update Surfaces

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106w ago - Following up on the ongoing DEX thread and previous leak, today the Sony PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.11 update has surfaced for both PlayStation 3 collectors and developers on the PS3 Dev Wiki (linked above) from an anonymous source.

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As always, keep in mind these PUP updates will currently NOT install on a retail PS3, and so they are intended for examination and comparison purposes only.

We have 100% confirmed that running this updater on a retail PS3 will not damage it, however, it will give the following error before the installation completes: The data type is not supported. (8002F029)

Finally, from the PlayStation 3 Dev Wiki on Sony PS3 Debug / Test (DEX) Firmware 4.11:

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Sony PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.10 Update is Now Available

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128w ago - Following up on the previous leak, this weekend the Sony PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.10 update has surfaced for both PlayStation 3 collectors and developers from an anonymous source.

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As always, keep in mind these PUP updates will currently NOT install on a retail PS3, and so they are intended for examination and comparison purposes only.

We have 100% confirmed that running this updater on a retail PS3 will not damage it, however, it will give the following error before the installation completes: The data type is not supported. (8002F029)


 

Sony PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 4.01 is Leaked, Now Available

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131w ago - Following up on the previous PlayStation 3 Debug Firmware updates from last week, today Frodo The Hobbit reports that PS3 Debug / Test Firmware version 4.01 has now been leaked as well.

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To quote, roughly translated: "Very soon after its released version 4.00 debug Sony decides to release a Firmware 4.01 for stamped its consoles Test / Debug. We remind you that this type of firmware is not installed on the consoles so-called "Retail" we just buy in the store.

No changelog available at this time. See us before long a 4.01 in our living room, only time will tell. The file is available for download if you want to update your console...
 

PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 3.74 and 4.00 Updates Surface

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132w ago - For those who own PS3 Debug / Test consoles or are simply into collecting PlayStation 3 file leaks, recently PS3 Debug / Test Firmware 3.74 surfaced alongside version 4.00 from Sony's North American Press Web site.

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If you didn't know, the address to their Press site is [Register or Login to view links] and Sony offers free access to all members of the press there using SCEA / SC3APR to login and obtain the latest press releases and related files.

Finally, keep in mind these PUP updates will currently NOT install on a retail PS3, and so they are intended for examination and comparison purposes only.

We have 100% confirmed that running this updater on a retail PS3 will not damage it, however, it will give the following error before the installation completes: The data type is not supported. (8002F029)

Special Thanks to ConsoleDev for the heads-up on the news tip!


 
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