[PS4] Tunables Updated and Decrypted for GTA V


GTAOBOT, a Bot that watches out for GTA V Online Services tweeted this 

@GTAOBOT – Tunables History (PC/XBOX One/PS4) Via Octolus.net said this

    "version": 1,
    "format": 1,
    "poolSize": 2000,
    "contentlists": [
    "tunables": {
        "9CECA296": [

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[Released] ManaGunz v1.27

@Zar has updated his popular PS3 Backup Manager to version 1.27, it has a whole lot of additions and fixes, here is the full list of changes:




  • Add : Support CFW 481 DEX.
  • Add : Mamba v3 is ported to every supported fw.
  • Add : PS2emu patcher is updated with the new payload to support PS2 CONFIG. 
  • Add : PS2 CONFIG files from psdevwiki are included. It will be added automatically if there isn’t any CONFIG used.
  • Add : PS2 Menu. See note (3).
  • Add : To have a faster loading, ICON0s and covers are loaded in a background task, a progress bar is displayed.
  • Fix : Navigation with L joystick is less sensible.
  • Fix : Better detection of the firmware version to avoid issues with similar fw. 
  • Fix : freeze when it scanned some PS1/PS2 games. Fixed ‘Get_ID’ function.
  • Fix FileManager : NTFS drive are mounted when the window is refreshed.
  • Add FileManager : Press L3 to refresh the window.
  • Add FileManager : xRegistry viewer. It convert the registry to a txt file in “/dev_hdd0/tmp/xreg.txt”.
  • Add FileManager : Scroll option menu with direction pad.
  • Add FileManager : Check CRC of PSP ISO with CRC from renascene.
  • Add Offsetfinder : It generate firmwares informations for mamba v3.


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[Released] PSDK3v3 By zecoxao – PS Vita

PSDK3v3 By zecoxao

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@zecoxao has updated PSDK3v3, with this you can compile HENkaku homebrew for the PS Vita and thanks to kozarovv at PSX-Place you can learn how to do that:



[TUT] How to compile Vita/PSTV henkaku homebrew using PSDK3v3


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Cheat Devices Coming To PS4

Back in the PS1 days i had a couple of cheat devices, they were hardware that slotted into the back of the console and looked cool, they were a bit pricey, but i was young and dumb and still getting pocket money, so i hadn’t learned about how unscrupulous some of these companies are, i am not saying that is what the companies behind these devices are, but such devices can have open source free alternatives, so on to the devices in question:


Cyber Save Editor

  • The save editor is a personal computer application that can change save data of game for PS 4 to a wonderful state such as “possession gold MAX” “status MAX”. By entering something like a “patch code” like a password, you can register additional contents that can be changed.
  • This product can be used for save data created with PS4 main unit logged in with PSN (Playstation Network) ID.
  • Please use the purchaser’s own PSN ID to use for logging in PS4 main unit.

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Suitable External HDD’s For Use With Games On PS4

Last week i wrote this article which gives the details of the upcoming PS4 Firmware that is at the moment in Beta stages, one of the most popular features is the ability to use External HDD‘s for storage of games, you can use up to a whopping 8TB for games, which is awesome.



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One tester found out that you can only have one HDD per device, but that is no big deal, are you really going to fill up a complete 8TB?, another tester found that you could share that one HDD amongst other PS4‘s connected to your PSN account.


Now which HDD‘s would be best to use?

Well one would assumes that you need at a minimum a USB 3 HDD and if it was SDD that would be a bonus, also the HDD should be self powered and i would suggest staying away from portable HDD‘s, even on the Pro, below i have compiled a list of suitable devices, of course they are not all tested on the PS4, but there is no reason they should not work, the links of course are affiliated links:



USB 3.0 HDD‘s

All these devices are self powerd, which means you plug them into an electric socket and they don’t rely on the PS4 powering them.

Seagate Expansion 2 TB USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 inch External Hard Drive – £72.99 – This also comes in 3, 4 and 5TB

WD 2TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive – USB 3.0 – £74.99  – This also comes in 3, 4 and 5TB

WD 2TB My Book Desktop External Hard Drive – USB 3.0 – £118.02  – This also comes in 3, 4, 6 and 8TB

Buffalo HD-LX2.0TU3-EU 2TB DriveStation Velocity USB 3.0 – £77.59  – This also comes in 3, 4 and 6TB

Verbatim 47672 2TB Store n Save USB 3.0 – £88.64  – This also comes in 3 and 4TB



Finding a self powered USB SSD is hard or very expensive, USB powered are equally as expensive, for example:

LaCie Rugged SSD 1TB Thunderbolt & USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 inch External SSD – £578.82

To be honest there is no real reason to buy an external SSD, you could just install an internal one and it would be cheaper.



This is probably the cheapest and more fun way, of course you will be left with some ugly cables and a naked HDD lying about, but they could be hid or decorated in a way that they do not look so bad.

UGREEN USB to Sata Adapter – £15.99 – Connect your 3.5″ HDD or 2.5″ HDD/SSD, plug into mains, then plug into USB port.

WANLONGXIN WLX-393U3 USB 3.0 TO 3.5 Inch SATA I/ II/ III Aluminum Hard Drive Enclosure Case with Cooling Fan – £22.99 – This is a complete enclosure and it comes with the added bonus of a fan, so will keep your HDD cool.

Startech eSATA or USB 3.0 External Docking Station – £43.98 – This is is different than the above enclosure, with this you can easily swap HDD‘s and use it on other devices such as Xbox One, Wii U and PC, also takes 2.5″ HDD‘s and has a fan.

2TB 3.5″ Sata Internal Desktop HDD‘s – ranging from £39.99 to £291.00











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Homebrew Is Totally Possible On The Xbox One

This is quite similar to my ‘Homebrew Is Totally Possible On The PS4‘ thread, it basically covers the same thing and gets the message out that Homebrew via Blu Ray Java is 100% possible on the Xbox one without any modifications and what sets this above the PS3 and PS4, is that you can run the Homebrew from DVD disc’s as opposed to Blu Rays, so far cheaper that it would be on a non hacked PS3 or on a PS4.







Some facts:

Here are some facts:

  • This is NOT a hack.
  • This is NOT anything major and will not lead to anything major.
  • This will NOT let you run Xbox One “backups”.
  • This will NOT give you any access to the Xbox One’s OS system files.
  • This is NOT illegal.
  • This does NOT void your warranty.
  • This will NOT let you run PC games on your Xbox One.
  • This will ONLY let you run Java software.


  • This WILL give you Homebrew.
  • This IS totally doable.



Here is one such Homebrew from @mr_lou running on the PS3:


I have ran the same game on the Xbox One using only a DVD disc and it works great, not only is it a fun little game, it also shows the potential of running Homebrew on the Xbox One without having to hack it.


More info here and here

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[Released] Project Void – #HENkaku – PS Vita

Project Void – #HENkaku

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Akabane87 has released the first 3D homebrew game for the PS Vita, it is an Asteroid type game, here is some information:





This project aims to be a space opera focused on dogfights. The way you build your spaceship using different modules 
such as engines, canons and so on, will impact the momentum and the whole physics that will make your ship move and react.
Any module will have independant resistance and detroying a module will affect the physics of the ship until you repair it


Version notes :


– 2017/01/28 : v0.0.1 (pre alpha release for the GekiHen Contest)
This version is more like a sandbox where you can only drive a prebuilt ship in an asteroid field and shoot asteroids.
This includes temporary features such as drag and dropping asteroids with the touchscreen, a debug menu, and wip controls.
– Nearly coded from scratch crossplatform Vita/PC(d3d11) engine using the official sony’s SDK.
– Physic engine (native on vita and provided by sony in their SDK)
– Optimized volumetric fog using FBM Perlin noise.
– Procedural asteroids geometry and texture (textures are precomputed for faster loading time) using FBM Perlin noise.
– Single light spot rendering shaders for 3d objects.
– Tweakable controls with 2 presets (from the debug menu).
– Tweakable rendering options (from the debug menu).



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