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PS3 NAND Flow Rebuilder v3.35 BETA released!

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328w ago - Update: PS3 NAND Flow Rebuilder v3.36 BETA is now out, which fixes a tiny bug.

This tool, although in beta stage, allows you to unscramble the blocks of a PS3 dumps ordering them in a way that the dumps become readable and extractable!

From now on it also allow you to re-scramble back to the original order once you modified the data you want!

It's for study and tests purposes, for experienced people only (devs) that this way can manage the files inside the flashes.

Download Link: PS3 NAND Flow Rebuilder v3.35 BETA

In this updated version you'll find some good news:

1) It's more compatible, it support a larger number of dumps, please try it with your one and if something goes wrong please let me know (through irc, on Efnet, my nick is NDT).

2) It now directly extract the kernel files in an extraction directory (Use the option extract files from dump).

3) You can now re-scramble back a modified dump in order to flash it in your console (Note*1 You need to regenerate ECC, read below).

4) Analyzer has some more informations (it's still alpha, i use it for debug, it's complete...
 

PS3 NAND Flow Rebuilder v2.30 released!

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335w ago - Today I decided to make public a tool of mine that does the following:

Download: PS3 NAND Flow Rebuilder v2.30

INTERPOLATE FLASHES SORTING BLOCKS: Using this tool you can build an interleaved file, sorted by block sequence or partition, (it seems that the most useful mode is to sort by block sequence).

This way you can check the files inside the NANDs in a better way because the blocks order is the one that the console use when boot. Then if you sort 2 dumps it's easier to compare them because the files inside them follow the same order.

DEINTERPOLATE INTO NEW FLASHES: This tool can be used on a modified sorted dump, you can modify some bytes or even swap some whole files, the tool will rebuild the NANDS dumps flash0 and flash1 using the original flow order (only this way the dump work) and will compile a log file writing the page in which the ECC needs to be recalculated.

Note: This requires .NET Framework installed to run.

NDT ;-)
 
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