7w ago - Following up on the previous revision, today PlayStation 3 developer Rogero has updated his PlayStation 3 Custom Firmware to Rogero CEX 4.50 v1.00 PS3 CFW alongside a PS3 Flash Auto Patcher v4.50 update with details below.
To quote: This instrument made by Swizzy, coder very famous for scoring many tools for the Xbox 360, merges with “PS3 Flash Auto Patcher” of Rogero recently updated with patches released byHabib making it one tool.
The application is compatible with Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 is very simple in its use, just drag the dump over the program that will check all the sections at the end of the control will be all valid if you proceed with the patch.
You will have 2 modes of operation, a Auto and a Normal (can be enabled with registry files included).
The Auto mode will control the dump and if it is valid it will automatically...
211w ago - As we have been bringing you the first looks at the PS3 TOOL and its internals, we plan to detail every last part of the PS3 TOOL - starting with the big chip differences.
Today we are focusing on four important chips, specifically the PS3 System Controller, Flash, Flash Controller and IO controller.
Let's start with the System Controller. In the picture (below), it is top center. The System controller, CXR713F120A, is slightly different in part number from that of its retail equivalent (CXR713120).
It is interesting to note that we have also documented this chip in Prototype PS3 systems - meaning that the chip is most likely for old stock, reserved for development systems. Later on, in PS3 TEST's the chip model was changed back to that of its retail equivalent.
The system controller is equivalent to the medulla oblongata of your brain. It controls the systems basic functions - like power. It's the thing that makes your PS3 beep when you power it on. It also has some other interesting features, many of which we are still working on documenting.
To the left of the System Controller are some pads and buttons - the button resets the system, while the pads are for signals...