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  1. 6 points
    Demonstrating Java homebrew on the PS3. Ukko's Journey was originally a cellphone game developed by LuBlu Entertainment in 2008-2009. (See www.ukkosjourney.com). In 2017 LuBlu Entertainment is porting the game to BD-J purely as a proof-of-concept project, demonstrating that homebrew for the PS3 + PS4 + Xbox One is possible with Java. Once this project is complete, the game should run on all 3 consoles - from the same disc! Here is a preview video showing the game running on a PS3.
  2. 5 points
    Sorry about not being around much the last couple of months. I have been insanely busy with life. Also January is kind of a rough month for me. It is a very depressing month for me Anyway I am back and will try to be active once more. I would also like to get back into making youtube content. I have been streaming a lot more often but console modding has a special place in my heart even if this community can be toxic at times (not this site, but the scene in general) Anyway... I missed some of you guys. I am glad to be back I see @LightningMods is now a news editor. Congrats. You seem to be doing a good job. On a side note.... to the asshole that kept kicking me from the IRC while I was gone..... you are a fucking douchebag. Glad to see some people will never change
  3. 4 points
    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
  4. 4 points
    That is not the point, look at any decent news website or poster, take @STLcardsWS 's PSX-Place for example, EVERY one of his news posts has an introduction and in image, as well as a source and a download link if applicable. Look at all my news articles, they all have an introduction and an image, then a small quote from the source, followed by a download link and source. It does not matter if the entire human race knows what a thing is, you need to create introductions, an introduction which came from your head, from that thing inside your head called a brain, it must also have an image, though not adding one is forgivable, then a small quote from the source. You haven't added an introduction, an image or a source for the news and it is making the front page look untidy and messy :/
  5. 4 points
    This is just a copy/paste. No introduction of what it is or who the dev is, no image, just copied and pasted. That is not what a news writer is or does.
  6. 3 points
    When one talks of hardware pornography, they point to that of the machine stripped open and lying fully naked, fully exposed to us, the Nintendo Switch isn't even released yet and we have these nude, erotic hardware pics: Source Source 2 Via Thanks @NeoSabin
  7. 3 points
    I have told you what to do, others have told you what to do, you don't listen and take any bit of advice as an insult. After days of bitching at you, you started doing stuff half properly, on top of that you throw round an attitude like you are owed something, like you are owed a badge, sorry to break it to you but you are not, you are not owed anything. On top of it all, you cried at @STLcardsWS on that deleted thread about not keeping his problems with you to PM only, yet here you fucking are shouting at me in public, like i said your attitude fucking sucks balls and that is why most of the senior staff here do not want to work with you, so until you start posting properly and change your attitude, you won't have any badge here.
  8. 3 points
    @GregoryRasputin - I stopped working on the project because im focusing other ps4 stuff. - The code released has some addons, and it's not the same as the previuos public release. - The code released brings the following addons: 1) Userland debugger. 2) Live kernel patching. 3) File upload. 4) Full folder download. 5) enable/disable userland ASLR at runtime. I removed all functions that may get me into legal trouble, such als self/sdll decryption and some other stuff. Most functions removed are not a big secret anymore and anyone who wants and has the knowledge can integrate them again (if he wants one tool for everything). Code is not clean and most of it is written quick and dirty because the project was never meant to be made public but only for personal use. I hope other devs will have fun with it.
  9. 3 points
    I noticed a couple of members have had 0/0 in their final result on the PS3 quiz. @LightningMods and @3141card i think they are you, i already reset @ConsoleHax try, i also noticed Lightning mods say he left to answer/use Skype and the quiz finished, if you two want me to reset the quiz for you, just reply here. I am only resetting for those who got 0 in their final result. Everyone else try and stay on the quiz page as leaving may end it sooner than it is supposed to.
  10. 3 points
    openps3ftp v4.0, v4.0a, v4.0b View File Veteran developer jjolano has released three new updates for his homebrew application openps3ftp, this is his first update since August 2013, here are the changes: v4.0 v4.0a v4.0b Submitter GregoryRasputin Submitted 01/27/2017 Category Homebrew(PS3) Developer jjolano Source http://www.psx-place.com/threads/openps3ftp-v4-0b-by-jjolano-first-update-s-since-2013-brings-improved-performance.12488/ Twitter https://twitter.com/jjolano Donate
  11. 3 points
    1.) The method was posted by Lance McDonald on Twitter. 2.) The original source is also Lance McDonald. 3.) nicefriendlyvideogamezone and Lance McDonald are the same person. Stop being lazy and do some research before posting, or i will get @Lucif3r to spank your ass
  12. 3 points
    If that is your thought you should not do anything with news. EVERYBODY DOES NOT KNOW . There is new users every day and there is causal users who need a refresher. Also a cut copy and paste with the same exact title your actually hurting this site then you would be helping it. Not really IMO, Still Cut Copy and past a majority of it (Features i added to My article was not of the release quote). Then with it being a CCP & same title (which is bad to do). Might want to just leave "Source" but the actual site name, .
  13. 2 points
    "Ukko's Journey" released; the very first "Blu-Play" homebrew game for PS3, PS4 and XB1! Intro "Ukko's Journey" was originally developed as a cellphone game back in 2008-2009 by LuBlu Entertainment. Now here in 2017 the same team has ported the game to Blu-Play, proof-of-concept demonstration to show an example of a what you can do with Blu-Play. Blu-Play games are "small-scale homebrew games coded with Blu-ray Disc Java (BD-J), and which therefore runs on any game-console that comes with a built-in Blu-ray player", which at present time includes PS3, PS4 and XB1. In other words, you don't need a special version of a Blu-Play title in order to run it on your console. One disc runs on all. More about Blu-Play here. Demonstrated Blu-Play elements - Performance: The game plays with 50+ fps - Audio: Plays ingame music + sound-effects - Persistent storage: Remembers your settings between disc ejects - Controls: 11 buttons on the gamepad useable - Internet: Uploads/downloads highscores to/from UkkosJourney.com - Network: Sends the cellphone version of the game to your Wi-Fi connected JavaME enabled phone via your local network Download Ukko's Journey is 100% free. Download UkkosJourney-BluPlay.ISO here [83 mb] How can I get to play this? For a stock PS3 / PS4 you need to burn the ISO onto a BD-R or BD-RE disc, which means you need a Blu-ray burner. Luckily Blu-ray burners has become very affordable now, and a BD-R disc only costs about half a euro. If you buy a BD-RE, it can be re-used several thousand times due to the small size of Blu-Play games. For a jailbroken PS3 you can run the ISO from harddisk by mounting the ISO with webMAN or multiMAN from the BDISO folder. For Xbox One you can burn the ISO onto a DVD, which means you need a DVD burner. (If you have a Blu-ray burner, BD-R and BD-RE naturally works too). You can also play the ISO from harddisk on your PC if you have a software media-player that supports BD-J. More about this in FAQ. Setup If you wish to use the online highscore-system in the game, make sure your console's Blu-ray settings allows for the disc to go online. On the PS3 this setting is in Video Settings -> "BD - Internet connection" On the XB1 it's in Blu-ray settings -> "Enable BD Live to improve Blu-ray playback" Before starting a game, you may also want to redefine controls in the game settings, and enter your nickname for the highscores. Preview video FAQ Q: Which platforms will this run on? A: You should always expect Blu-Play games to only run on the gaming consoles that comes with a built-in Blu-ray player. These are the consoles Blu-Play is all about. However, Blu-Play games should theoretically also run on any other Blu-ray player. (Just don't expect any stunning framerates everyhere). Some examples: - Windows: Get your hands on a software media player that supports BD-J, like e.g. PowerDVD from Cyberlink. Play ISO from harddisk. Tested and works fine with a good frame (depending on your CPU of course). - Mac: Same deal. Find a software media player that supports BD-J. There's "MacGo Blu-ray Player", but I haven't tested that one. - Linux: VLC is getting BD-J support implemented these days. You may be able to run Ukko's Journey on one of the nightly builds, Just don't expect all features of the game to run - if it runs at all. (Keep in mind there's no official release of "VLC with BD-J support" yet). - Samsung Blu-ray players: It seems that Samsung players more frequently accepts Blu-ray content on a DVD than other brands, so you may be able to run Blu-Play games from a DVD on these players. - Other Blu-ray players: Burn the ISO onto a BD-R or BD-RE. - Other options: Dune HD Smart D1 / Popcorn Hour C200 / Popcorn Hour C300 lets you play the ISO from harddisk. Q: The graphics in the game looks very pixelated. Does this represent a Blu-Play limitation? A: Not at all. "Ukko's Journey" was merely ported from a platform with a resolution of only 240x320 pixels. We made HD versions of the fonts and the backgrounds and the foregrounds, but we had to limit the amount of time spent on this project, due to a combination of having a ton of other things on our ToDo list, while not knowing if anyone will take any interest in this Blu-Play idea at all. So we decided to not spend additional time improving the level-graphics yet. Q: When I try to upload/download highscores, it just says "No data found"! A: You have probably accidentally entered a highscore ID in Settings. Go back and type "0" for ID. (Never mind the Password field). The highscore settings allows a group of people to compete with each other on their own personal (hidden) highscore list, but you need a highscore-list ID and a password (from me) to be able to use that feature. Q: Under "Send to phone" it says "JavaME enabled phones only". What's that? A: JavaME enabled phones was what everyone was using before the arrival of Android phones and iPhones. Almost all phones ran JavaME back then, because it was either embedded into the firmware, or in the OS. If a stock phone couldn't run JavaME, you could always find an app that would let you run it. again regardless of what OS you were using. Nowadays this is still true for Android. You can simply install phoneME. However, since the MIDlets on this disc were all created for small resolutions, they aren't very useful on the big Android displays. Q: Do I have to burn the ISO onto a BD-R, or can I use a DVD? A: You can burn a Blu-ray ISO file onto a DVD, but sadly it won't play everywhere. Xbox One owners are in luck here. PlayStation owners are not. Testing standard Blu-ray players reveals that about 30%-40% of the players accepts Blu-ray content on a DVD, mostly Samsung players. Q: What exactly is Blu-Play? A: The Blu-Play label is an attempt of fixing a few widely accepted misconceptions about Blu-ray Disc Java (BD-J), by giving "BD-J homebrew games" a new and "fresh" label. One that sounds a lot better, emphasises that focus is on the gaming-consoles, is much more easily found when searching online, and isn't associated with all the false rumours about the limitations of BD-J. By demonstrating a lot of the functionality here that many people has claimed to be impossible, I'm hoping to breathe new life into BD-J development for the game-consoles. Read more about Blu-Play here. Q: I wanna buy a disc with this! A: There's a BUY link at blu-play.com. Note: I will not be making any money on this. The price on the disc is the fee EditHouse is charging.
  14. 2 points
    With GekiHEN coming to a close soon I thought it might be a good idea to go back and update some of my Henkaku tutorials A lot of my tutorials are older and I was covering most of Henkaku when it was new. Some of the information is outdated and I wanted to do a recap on some of the stuff I covered previously. In the following Video tutorial you can see how to install Henkaku, allow unsafe homebrew, install vita shell, install offline installer, and install adrenaline for ePSP homebrew (without a PSP game.) I covered what I consider the essentials. All the needed files can be found in the youtube description as well as at the bottom of this post. Remember the the GekiHEN contest will be closing in a couple of weeks. If you are a developer get your entries in now. If you just like to play make sure to check out the contest. There is a lot of great Vita homebrew that has been entered: http://gekihen.customprotocol.com/ Henkaku and Adrenaline starter pack: https://mega.nz/#!5NxSyBTL!vkt8aPQB2deY5SIcw6phh4bH4NlYddSyWjlbzZjDeQw WinSCP: https://winscp.net/eng/download.php
  15. 2 points
    PENDING GekiHEN Contest Approval ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Checkout this release from Dragen, its a simple Utility that runs on your Vita or Playstation TV, SystemCheckEnabled task is very simple as the homebrew will simply and effectively check to see if your system has been Activated. This is an important step to verify for the execution of the ePSP CFW (such as Adrenaline ) within the PSP Emu in Vita firmware. This release is a GekiHEN entry and currently pending approval. As a reminder the Homebrew Contest GekiHEN (details @ http://gekihen.xyz will be coming to a close in about a month, so be sure to get your entries submitted in time before the deadline to see how your work will stack up against the rest of the competitors. Also another great thing about these contest, even the smallest of contributions have the ability to spark some really cool things for a community. If you find yourself needing to activate your system? Here is a recently released application that will help you in activating your system without even needing PSN, ePSP Bubble Installer (v2.0) by celesteblue Source: This Thread If/When approved will appear on http:// www.GekiHEN.xyz
  16. 2 points
    I do not like this, 20 dollars for an extra dungeon, and different story is bogus. Just like Super Luigi U really pissed me off, this does as well. Games like these I think DLC should stick with different costumes and colored swords, not actually cool stuff.
  17. 2 points
    User brenj at GBATemp has released and consistently updated an IRC client for the WiiU. It currently only connects to freenode, but he has been making revisions to it on a regular basis so perhaps more options will come in the future. It also uses an attached USB keyboard so no gamepad keyboard it seems. the steps for using are pretty straight forward It's a neat piece of homebrew software, some people like to use their consoles for IRC chat I have come to learn and those online clients can be kind of whack. Source : https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-lameircu.460609/
  18. 2 points
    Today's cheat devices don't offer shit. During the PS1 days I did have an action replay, but I used it for it's ability to run backups and imports. These cheating assholes these days are a special kind of scum. I would go as far to say that about 95% of people looking into cheat programs and/or devices want them to cheat online Call of Duty is not that hard of a game you fucking lames
  19. 2 points
    Credits to: z80 (https://twitter.com/ZiL0G80 ) for finding the patches to enable more UART | /dev/klog logs on his console You will need: *Retail Payload * elfldr/extreme-modding.de playground's elf loader * UART Soldering Skills / FTP Server (to grab logs from /dev/klog) * Ps4 on 1.76 Steps: * Fire up your own elfldr or extreme-modding.de one (it needs to go all the way to step 5 without out of memory!) * Listen to the payload: #listener socat - TCP:my.ps4.ip:5052 * Send the payload: #sender socat -u FILE:path/to/mempatch_retail.elf TCP:my.ps4.ip:5053 * Launch a game or a system app * [Extra UART] If you have UART connected, listen to the logs while the game or app is being loaded * [Extra klog] If you're not a soldering guy, just grab the content from /dev/klog On your ftp root server. WARNING! Logs will delete themselves once every a couple of minutes or so! * You should have some extra logs.
  20. 2 points
    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. Image via 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 USB 3.0 SSD 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. D.I.Y 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
  21. 2 points
    Arch linux Virtual Box image: part 1: https://mega.nz/#!2UklUYYK!FWYCfFGR41aRdGn_aTe5AdMdLVwaFpACMKQ09lWix0M part 2: https://mega.nz/#!WckAQDxL!f5Ruu7HugGay5bfgb4xR9d_NVsqfqJTv6Zjp_c_NOoE username: picard pass: ps3 root pass: ps3 You need hdd_key.bin und vflash_key.bin, calculated from your eid_root_key. Download this windows tool and drag&drop your eid_root_key on it to get your key files. https://mega.nz/#!3M0WlQbL!ImBW3hsMPti-ohpHgchcty7OXxuZqXZNrwMOgtGEbRs Into the VM, copy hdd_key.bin und vflash_key.bin to: /home/picard/ps3hdd/ (e.g. with a USB stick) The VM contains only the scripts for mount/umount a NOR Slim HDD. Here are the scripts for Fat NAND und NOR PS3s. https://mega.nz/#!DJ1HlYjT!J4CYg0SSdZrJqC6gPbrOjF4zo1FxvsOOqZQre7JehkQ The scripts for mount/umount have to be in: /home/picard/ If all files are placed and your PS3 HDD is available into VM, open a terminal and execute the mount script as su. (UFS2 remount rw takes a couple of seconds) That is my Slim NOR HDD: Now you can copy stuff from/to your HDD over terminal. If you finish your work run the umount scrip before you disconnect your PS3 HDD, to avoid damage to the filesystems on your PS3 HDD.
  22. 2 points
    Ukko's Journey is in betatest now. There has been a successful test running it from harddisk on a CFW PS3 from webMAN by masterzorag!!! This is awesome news! Anyone else with a jailbroken PS3 running webMAN or multiMAN feeling like testing? Send me a PM.
  23. 2 points
    Developer @judges Has updated his NORway Program to version v0.8 for Teensy++ 2.0 it does some flashing patterns in the external led master.zip (0.8) Added light show for "sandungas" :P 8 hours ago Change Log Added light show for @sandungas Sandungas Said Source For More Info about the LEDS
  24. 2 points
    Project Void - #HENkaku View File Akabane87 has released the first 3D homebrew game for the PS Vita, it is an Asteroid type game, here is some information: Version notes : Submitter GregoryRasputin Submitted 02/07/2017 Category Homebrew(PS Vita) Developer Akabane87 Source http://gekihen.customprotocol.com/en/project/Project-Void Twitter Donate
  25. 2 points
    Asshole-mode: Engage! Told you he hadn't changed And yes, I'm against giving you any sort of special status. I get the feeling it'll go to your head, cause thats the impression youre giving. You cant take criticism at all, all you do is come up with excuses and start crying. I've always been skeptic about it, but what set my mind to a definite "NO!" was a post by you in some thread. I cant remember the exact thread or your exact wording, but you basically told someone he was not allowed to post news because "it was your job". I dont care if you were trying (and failing) to make a joke or whatever, it was extremely unprofessional and rude. So rude in fact that it makes both Greg and myself look like fking saints in comparison... Unfortunately for me though, it seems your whining finally managed to get you your beloved badge so... I'll just leave you with a warning, I'm watching you and if I see any tendencies of any of the aforementioned concerns, I will remove that badge immidietly on my own accord. Behave, and you have nothing to worry about. That is all.
  26. 2 points
    Hey, I think the mounting and running BD-J iso's off HDD (PS3) needs more testing...At least more than 1 tester on CFW anyway. If it doesn't work out, well at least i can test n learn without buying a burner and discs. Il test a DVD with the funky fresh iso tonight to see if the DECR allows
  27. 2 points
    Wrong, what you do is slap something down, then copy/paste on each site you visit, i have: Posted a short description(all my own words). Mentioned the developer. Added a photo. Added the source Also the reason you get the hate is because of your attitude, not for posting articles.
  28. 2 points
    The forum now has a quiz function, we have at the moment three fun quiz's and will be adding more, currently we only have a section for gaming, but that should expand later. Go here to take part: https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/quizzes/
  29. 2 points
    • 5 minutes
    • 11 Questions
    • 14 Players
    Test your knowledge against what you know about the Nintendo WiiU
  30. 2 points
    Stop being lazy @Joonie Anyway, maybe you could move webman to be included in the toolbox instead of the firmware itself? And install it in the "standard" location so its easy to either remove or upgrade for the users, without ending up with duplicate webman versions.
  31. 2 points
    Sorry, I haven't logged in here for a while, keep it mind that despite the fact the REBUG's official support forum is Maxconsole [old ps3crunch] but I've been only active on psxplace instead because I tend to get immediate feedback from members of that forum. I didn't mean to abandon this forum. I think I still have a moderator badge that I don't even deserve. By the way, out of 5 members, I'm the only one who does support, and I don't feel like going all the forums to do all the QA myself...
  32. 2 points
    For discs, you don't use an AVCHD folder, but rather a BDMV folder. I suggest you start by downloading this: https://github.com/oliverlietz/bd-j Lots of useful tools there. This here is also helpful: Old BD-J mail correspondence. http://markmail.org/search/?q=[BD-J-DEV] For a blu-ray disc you need a blu-ray disc folder structure. AVCHD is something else. Take a look inside the Funky Fresh ISO and you will see what's needed. You can use that as a template, but you will need to make a few changes. The HDCookBook project at Github above contains the tools you need. Here's a short guide: Copy your JAR into the BDMV/JAR folder. Use the BDJO tool from HDCookBook to convert the BDMV/BDJO/00000.bdjo file into an XML file Edit the XML file to change Java class into your own. If you're using the minimal SDK, your class is probably org.homebrew.MyXlet. In order to use the Funky Fresh disc-template, you need to use the same applicationId and organizationId Use the BDJO tool from HDCookBook again to convert the XML back into 00000.bdjo All of this still only works if you're signing your Xlet with the same keystore Luis used, and I'm not sure he included that file in the zip, but if you're lucky, he used the keystore file included in the minimal SDK. If you still can't get it running, mail a zip to me, then I'll take a look and mail a zip back. EDIT: Also, when burning, remember to use UDF 2.5 filesystem. More info about that in the readme file of the Funky Fresh project.
  33. 2 points
    A while ago I was messing around with bdj on my ps4 and since mine is "jailbroken" I could poke around in the bdj system files. The bdj running on ps4 is literally a wrapper written in java to run other applets and has a properties file which i believe you could change to enable usb booting. Only problem is you cant replace any files in most directories and im not sure anyone has figured out how to yet. What I find the most interesting about bdj on the ps4 is that it is a wrapper. You can even find the java runtime compiler elf file inside of the disc player app which is extremely interesting because inside of the bdj wrapper you can actually find it including system libraries and other things.
  34. 2 points
    News has emerged that the founder of Namco has passed away. Masaya Nakamura founded Nakamura Manufacturing in 1995, three years later the name was changed to Nakamura Amusement Machine Manufacturing Company, that name was used to form the acronym NAMCO. More info can be found here
  35. 2 points
    libgxm - 3D Graphics Api For PS Vita By @xerpi View File The multi-talented developer @xerpi has released an api that will help in the creation of 3D games on the PS Vita, here is a quote from the source: Submitter GregoryRasputin Submitted 01/29/2017 Category Homebrew(PS Vita) Developer xerpi Source https://www.reddit.com/r/vitahacks/comments/5pbdgo/having_fun_with_libgxm_psvitas_3d_graphics_api/ Twitter https://twitter.com/xerpi Donate
  36. 2 points
    Well, when it was originally released on steam, the state it was in couldnt even be considered Alpha... That was more like some internal pre-alpha build. Even my game have less bugs than ark had back then lol. And considering the ambitious size of the game, 3 years dev. time isnt all that surprising tbh. The main issue is that they simply were too eager to start milking it. It shouldnt even have been considered to be released to the public for at least another year. This issue isnt isolated to ARK alone... Its basically become common practice to use the public as alpha-testers, while milking them of their money at the same time. Its a shitty practice and I really despise it. The whole early-access system was put in place to help very small indie devs(really small teams or even individuals such as myself) to get some extra testers without having to specifically hire people, which is something a lot of small indie devs simply cant afford. This system is now being abused like hell by even multi-million companies that have hundreds of employees... Fuck that shit........
  37. 2 points
    Ohhhhhhhhhhh so sorry my friends i was soooooo busy last days and i was not active online, anyway thank you so much for this greeting
  38. 2 points
    Rebuild Database PS3 View File @zecoxao has released an application that will let you rebuild the PS3's database without having to go to the recovery menu Submitter GregoryRasputin Submitted 01/11/2017 Category Homebrew(PS3) Developer zecoxao Source https://github.com/zecoxao/rebuild_database_ps3 Twitter https://twitter.com/notzecoxao Donate
  39. 2 points
    So, for this tutorial, none of this would've been possible without the help of harlequin and Charles. all of the credits go to them, thanks guys You will need: * A PS4 on 1.76 firmware with ftp capabilities * the ps4 trophy keys (if it's inconvenient to the mods, please remove this link immediately) * Trophy Resigner * The TITLE ID of the game whose trophies you want to resign * An Hexeditor * Command line Knowledge Here are the steps: 1- Extract the contents of the trophy keys zipfile into your %USERPROFILE% folder (in my case it's C:\Users\zecoxao). You will have it as C:\Users\zecoxao\ps4keys\<keys_here> 2- Navigate to: /system_data/priv/appmeta And find the TITLE ID of the game which you want to resign the trophy file 3- Copy the CUSA title id folder to a safe place. 4- Open npbind.dat inside with Hexeditor: here we can see that game CUSA00434 has correspondant trophy file NPWR05974 5- Now that you know correspondant id, navigate to: /user/trophy/conf and find folder with that id and place it somewhere safe on your pc. you know have two things: your np communications id and your trophy file 6. Open a command line and type the appropriate command with trp_resigner.exe: trp_resigner.exe NPWR05974_00/TROPHY.TRP NPWR05974_00 trophy00.trp Following the example above. 7. Congratulations! You now have a resigned debug trophy
  40. 2 points
    atreyu187 is a good person for PlayStation TV questions.
  41. 2 points
    Instead of taking what we say, you make excuses and say well you quoted word for word (as if i did something wrong lol)
  42. 2 points
    Yes it does look better, doesn't have a source though.
  43. 2 points
    • 5 minutes
    • 16 Questions
    • 28 Players
    A quiz on the PS3
  44. 1 point
    Great tutorial, although I think this method won't be of any use, to show off all your trophies to your friends as the trophies aren't linked to actual trophies. That doesn't mean I don't enjoy seeing these things from people on 1.76 OFW, keep them coming!
  45. 1 point
    Honestly im not interested in alot of things i post for example Vita things.... but i still post to inform people...
  46. 1 point
    The original xbox with a chip: Full-fledged media center that could even be used as a proper PC with linux Xbox one: Will become a full-fledged media center that already runs a version of the windows 10 core... Coincidence?
  47. 1 point
    PlayStation 3 A quiz on the PS3 Submitter GregoryRasputin Time 5 minutes Submitted 01/15/2017 Category Game Consoles  
  48. 1 point
    Not really surprising. Ark is a notoriously poorly optimized game unfortunately :/
  49. 1 point
    IT WORKS! It was just the cable! Today the new board arrived with antenna and ribbon-cable. I only replaced the cable and left board and antenna untouched. The update finished and I have full network again. My PS3 is fully working now. What do we learn about this? Propably there never was a reflow-problem at all. Sony also locks up cabled ethernet when there is a problem with the wifi/bluetooth-board. Sony stops flash-update at 75% and causes an update-loop when there is a problem with the wifi/bluetooth-board, Just plugging in the ribbon-cable too often (approx. 10-12 times in my case) is causing it already to break. This is unbelievable! If someone else should face that problem: Before buying a new cable check if it really is plugged-in properly. The connector on the wifi-board is deeper as it seems. Thanks for all the help. I now have a wifi-board too much, as well as an antenna Will try selling them again on ebay.
  50. 1 point