117w ago - Today PlayStation 3 developer deank has updated the PS3 Game Backup Manager to multiMAN version 02.06.02, which incorporates a refresh speed modification that still maintains the homebrew application's overall performance.
multiMAN versions 01.10.00-02.06.00 ran in VSYNC mode (it caused barely-noticed tearing because of the double refresh rate). Latest update compensates the speed by lowering the refresh speed, while keeping the performance. It means no tearing (unless you really want it - switch with SELECT+SQUARE)..
Opening a SIDE menu will make current entry icon zoom 8x and visible enough in 480p/576p modes. Looks pretty in photo, music, game/fave/retro columns.
PS3 Game List v1.8 - PlayStation 3 Game Manager / Updater Changelog:
Another small update after a hiatus, bringing PS3 Game List to v1.8. This version main focus is sorting all the issues reported by the Snow Leopard, Lion and Linux users. This kind of matter usually arises when you try a multi-platform approach. Hopefully, all the issues will be sorted out when the respective versions are released (soon).
As usual, feel free to suggest something new, and, if you happen to find any bugs, please report them as well.
PS3 Game List change-log and features:
Splits files over 4GB using .666xx fragments for FAT32 compatibility (a file named "filename.ext" will be split as "filename.ext.66600″, "filename.ext.66601″, etc.);
Joins file fragments back into the original file (joining will not be...
118w ago - As a follow-up to the previous Project PNM news, here is another update from PlayStation 3 hacker No_One below.
To quote: Hi mates, I wanted to give you news concerning the PNM project. I really missed time. But I just finished what I call the "stand-alone mode". In this mode, we can do everything concerning the NOR FLASH mangement.
Here are the functions working now:
display memory CRC32
display memory details
PNM is now working with 2 NOR sockets and 1 "virtual" one which is the PS3 embedded memory. It means for example that now we can dump/update the PS3 NOR like any flasher, but also copy its content to another FLASH and so on...
Next step now consists in wiring the PNM board to the PS3. This is what I call the "PS3 mode". I will do it next week
I will of course give you details, some nice pictures and maybe a video. We are not so far to be capable to dual firmware the PS3 and do some nice progress in FLASH decrypting.