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Video: Brink Now Working on Rebug 3.55 PS3 CFW with Patch

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188w ago - Today DAXGr let us know that Brink, a PlayStation 3 Firmware 3.60 title based on the SFO file, is now working with a [Register or Login to view links] (Thanks Sony) on Rebug 3.55 PS3 CFW for PS3 Custom Firmware users.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror) / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror #2)

For those curious, the Brink PS3 update patch (BLUS30310) is for 3.50 Firmware with the SFO being 3.60, however, similar to Mortal Kombat the game's EBOOT file shows 3.55 as the PS3 Firmware version.

Currently it will not work for JailBreak users on lower PS3 Firmware as it's a Retail update and only Debug updates can be rewritten for 3.41 Firmware or lower.

Below is a video of Brink PS3 in action via Rebug PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware courtesy of kmjansen83 with another from illzbee.



 

GeoHot: Don't Update to 3.21, Promises PS3 Custom Firmware

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246w ago - Today infamous PS3 hacker GeoHot has blogged that users should not update their PS3 entertainment systems to PS3 Firmware v3.21 when it is released this Thursday as it will disable the OtherOS functionality, and as incentive not to update he has promised the very community he isn't sharing details on how to dump lv2 with that he will work on a solution which could include PS3 Custom Firmware.

To quote: "A note to people interested in the exploit and retaining OtherOS support, DO NOT UPDATE. When 3.21 comes out, I will look into a safe way of updating to retain OtherOS support, perhaps something like Hellcat's Recovery Flasher. I never intended to touch CFW, but if that's how you want to play...

Two things, some people seem to think CFW will enable some sort of piracy. It won't. It'll just be a custom version of 3.21 that doesn't lose OtherOS support. Hacking isn't about getting what you didn't pay for, it's about making sure you do get what you did.

And this is about more than this feature right now. It's about whether these companies have the right to take away advertised features from a product you purchased. Imagine if an exploit were found in Safari on the iPhone, but instead...
 
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