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  1. 10 points
    GregoryRasputin

    Merry Christmas 2018

    Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate it, Happy Holidays to those of you who don't
  2. 8 points
    Happy New Year to all of you from PlayStationHaX Let's look forward to new hacks for PlayStation consoles and the reveal of the PS5 in 2019.
  3. 7 points
    LightningMods_

    [PS4] File Manager BETA

    [PS4] File Manager BETA This a standalone FS Manager with this being said the differs from the one in OrbisMAN in terms of resources used (25% less) and more features Download: https://psarchive.darksoftware.xyz/FS-Manager.pkg (71 MBs) This is currently Open Source to devs ONLY if you are a dev who wants access PM at Twitter or on my Discord (https://discord.me/dks) Features Copy Cut Paste New File New Folder Rename Delete Settings Menu Unsafe Partition R/W FTP Hide Local IP SELF Decryption Support FWs 4.55 4.74 (untested) 5.05
  4. 4 points
    On the 11th of December 2018, @zecoxao announced via his Twitter account that there would be a secret method revealed soon, he said multiple times that it was only good for games and that it was basically pointless as it would be patched soon after release. So yesterday, the 29th of December 2018, zecoxao revealed the method on YouTube and opened the gates to an unprecedented amount of teenage boys and grown men crying at him, because this method did not give them the piracy the way they wanted, the amount of attacks and articles zecoxao has received is insane, considering this method isn't his and he was just the messenger, Reddit seems to be the place for attacking him the cowardly way, anyhow here is a video of the secret method: @rmorteza21 next time do me a favour and turn the phone around so that you record horizontally https://twitter.com/notzecoxao/status/1079003064743251968
  5. 4 points
    Multi talented developer Frangarcj has started work on creating a PS4 version of RetroArch: As you can see from the screenshot, it is not quite ready, but frangarcj is known for his great work, so i have no doubt that we will have a usable version soon.
  6. 3 points
    It was to be expected, children (and often adults too) always cry when they do not find the much desired gift under the Christmas tree
  7. 2 points
    Happy new year bros :)
  8. 2 points
    OldBrain

    Happy New Year!

    Happy new year to you all guys, I wish you a better world!
  9. 1 point
    Imagine being able to create a game that you can run on both the Playstation 3, Playstation 4 and Xbox One, using the exact same source and the exact same disc - without requiring your players to do any trickery such as jailbreaking or modifying their consoles. And also without having to go through a voting or approval process in order to publish your game. Sounds a little bit too far fetched, doesn't it? Yes it does - but it's actually true! "Wott?!?! How?! How is this possible???", you might ask. It's very simple: Use JavaME! All of those 3 gaming consoles features a Blu-ray player, and Blu-ray players has been able to run Java ever since the very first one was released back in April 2003. Being able to run Java is a requirement of the Blu-ray specification. It's called "Blu-ray Disc Java" and is abbreviated "BD-J". While this technology is mostly used to code cool menu interfaces for Blu-ray movies, it was also designed to be used for games - and is therefor quite capable as a game-platform. Unfortunately BD-J never really caught on as a game-platform though. Only two titles were ever created as pure BD-J games (as far as I know): "Dragon's Lair" and "Space Ace". The list of supplemental BD-J games for Blu-ray movies is also rather short. "Bolt" had "Bolt's Be-Awesome Mission". "Ratatouille" had "Gusteau's Gourmet Game". "Pirates of the Caribbean" had "Liar's Game". While those games are all great examples of what you can do with BD-J, it's just a very short list, isn't it? There was a lot of developer interest in BD-J back in 2008-2010, but it seemed to die suddenly for unknown reasons. Forums got archived and a lot of the links you can find are dead now. So I think it's safe to say that BD-J never became a hit, neither with game-developers nor with the gamers. And having personally tried playing "Bolt's Be-Awesome Mission", I am convinced that the main reason for this failure has everything to do with the games being targeted movie-watchers rather than gamers. Because movie-watchers use a normal Blu-ray player, which means lousy remote controls instead of an actual gamepad, and that makes the games very difficult to play. It would probably have helped a bit if the controls in the games had been re-definable, so that a gamepad could have been used instead, but no such luck. Since the PS3, PS4 and XB1 all feature a Blu-ray player, developers could easily choose to target these platforms instead of standard Blu-ray players, and thus eliminate the downside of the remote control. As a bonus, we also get a much faster CPU on these consoles. Adding those things up, we end up with a rather wide target group of gamers, fast platforms, good controls, plenty of features, in short; everything you need to create a good homebrew game. Considering how long these gaming-consoles has been on the market though, you must be wondering why then haven't we ever heard of any homebrew BD-J games. And that is indeed a good question. I think it's mainly because of two issues: 1) The 1st problem is that there's still a widely accepted misconception about BD-J that you can't really do anything with it. During my research, I've stumbled across statements like: "You can't use audio" and "You can only use 2 action buttons on the PS3 gamepad", and "There's no button-hold functionality". But there's just no truth to any of those statements. Also, when I mention BD-J on various forums and chatrooms, I'm often met with "Why would anyone wanna do BD-J dev? You can't do anything with it!". And I very much disagree with that. 2) The 2nd problem is that BD-J games never had any branding of its own. Something to set apart BD-J games from the rest of the content on the Blu-ray disc. Or just something to emphasize that the disc contained a game for this platform. Instead, BD-J games were kind of hidden in plain sight. Nothing on the "Dragon's Lair" disc or cover indicated anything about the technology that was used. It just said "Dragon's Lair (Blu-ray) For PS3" - which kinda indirectly says "Nothing to see here folks, move along". This "secrecy" also appears to have had another stupid consequence: A surprisingly big group of people today are convinced that BD-J is all about hacking and exploits - and any attempt at explaining real world facts to this group just fails. So the misconception about BD-J is somewhat of a multidimensional entanglement, all inevitably resulting in a complete lack of interest with both game-devs and gamers. To address the 1st problem, I will release a simple proof-of-concept game soon called "Ukko's Journey", to demonstrate that it's absolutely possible to create a decent homebrew game with BD-J with lots of various functionality, and run it on all three gaming consoles using the same ISO/disc. Xbox One owners can simply burn the ISO onto a DVD. PS3/PS4 owners need to use a BD-R though. The game will demonstrate 50+ fps on all 3 consoles, ingame music + sound-effects, remembering settings between disc-ejects, 11 buttons on the gamepad usable, internet uploads/downloads of highscores to UkkosJourney.com, and finally; installing the JavaME MIDP version of the game onto your JavaME enabled phone from the disc via Wi-Fi. That ought to be a decent first demonstration. To address the 2nd problem, I think it's pretty clear, that if BD-J homebrew is to become interesting for both game-devs and gamers, then it needs a new label and logo. So I have gone ahead and invented a clever one (if I should say so myself): "Blu-Play". I trust I don't have to explain it to anyone? This label should be described as "Small-scale homebrew games you can play on PS3+PS4+XB1 out-of-the-box" by news-writers. "Ukko's Journey" will be released as the first Blu-Play game to demonstrate Blu-Play to both gamers and game-devs, hopefully breathing new life into BD-J development and resulting in a lot more homebrew games for these gaming consoles. I have written this post because I'd love to see more interest in Java homebrew game-development targeting these consoles. (As a Java coder, I also think it's kinda cool to "show off" Java in this way). BD-J is obviously limited compared to native stuff, but having provided music to indie game-developers for about a decade now, I have yet to see a homebrew game that couldn't have been made as a BD-J release. So what do you say? Any JavaME developers out there finding this intriguing?
  10. 1 point
    NeoSabin

    Day Of The NeoSabin

    LMFAO thanks sexy beast
  11. 1 point
    kylon

    Vita Save Manager Plus

    This is a fork of vita-savmgr. Sources : here Download : here Changes: About encrypted saves: they are untouched and you can restore them as is, ie no need to start the game. About region change option: Most games use the same save "structure" for any region, but not all. Region change is 100% safe and reversible, unless i/o errors occur If the save does not work, the game uses a slightly different save structure (or your entered ID is wrong). About orphan saves: Saves of games that are not installed in your system. You can backup and restore them. (For eg. games that require a save of the predecessor to unlock stuff)
  12. 1 point
    lol IRC will be around a long time after Discord dies off, which reminds me, i have an IRC server O.o
  13. 1 point
    Happy New Year to all Hey man Happy New Year to you too!!! Perhaps this is the year you join into discord lol
  14. 1 point
    Here is a small test build has support for Node.js serve added to try to help with server speeds if anyone would like to try it out. https://github.com/pink1stools/PS4_PKG_Linker/releases/tag/v1.0.1 Happy new years
  15. 1 point
    GregoryRasputin

    Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year to you too, just about to make a thread
  16. 1 point
    BwE

    [PS4] File Manager BETA

    Love it, hate the font/size
  17. 1 point
    tangotnt

    Merry Christmas 2018

    merry Xmas to all (its been wonderful being here apart of this community)
  18. 1 point
    3absiso

    Merry Christmas 2018

    Merry Christmas To all of you mt friends here, wish u all the best for next year
  19. 1 point
    zapptheman

    Merry Christmas 2018

    Merry Christmas All!
  20. 1 point
    ConsoleHax

    Merry Christmas 2018

    Merry Christmas!
  21. 1 point
    TheZander

    Merry Christmas 2018

    Merry Christmas! https://youtu.be/XSH9ryRzHQ4
  22. 1 point
    GregoryRasputin

    [Released] MKPSXISO v1.23

    Lameguy64 has updated his PlayStation 1 application MKPSXISO to version 1.23, here is some information about the app: Version 1.23 (12/20/2018) Fixed broken LBA and timecode calculation for audio tracks integrated as files (iso::DirTreeClass::GetWavSize returns an incorrect value from the WAV file). Updated build instructions (CodeBlocks project had been replaced with Netbeans but forgot to update instructions). Source/Download
  23. 1 point
    did you change 10uf component too??
  24. 1 point
    Because a group of fake scumbags putting out disinformation and creating fake videos to scam people into updating their game consoles, i had to create this thread to warn people, i also said i would list trusted people/developers/websites, but i have decided to create a thread all by itself, those linked will be done so via their Twitter or Github if they don't have a Twitter account, i will also mention which scene the developers are part of, this is a list of people i find trust-able to not scam you, so i do not get along with, but i will list them regardless of my personal opinion as my main aim of this article is to keep you, the end users of the scene safe: Note: This list contains a bunch of awesome people, who you can trust with anything in regards to the PlayStation Scene, this is not a list about their contribution's, just a list to let you know that they can be trusted. The scene you see beside them, is the scene they are currently active in and not all the scenes they have ever been active in. Developers m0rph3us1987 ‏- @m0rph3us1987 - PS4 Scene An extremely trusted developer bringing such awesome releases as, PS4FileNinja, PS4 Holy Grail and PS4 ports Pink1mods ‏- @pink1 - PS3 Scene Been around a long time ImMrNiato ‏- @ImMrNiato - PS3 Scene/PS4 Scene A French developer, indecisive about his websites, but trustworthy VVildCard777 ‏- @wildcard - PS4 Scene Has released a lot of cool stuff 3226_2143 ‏- PS4 Scene 2much4ux ‏- PS4 Scene SpecterDev ‏ ‏- PS4 Scene Specter has been around the PS4 scene for a long time and has been responsible for awesome releases, including the release of the recent 5.05 Exploit. esc0rtd3w ‏- PS3 Scene The developer behind PS3Xploit and member of Team PS3Xploit. Rinnegatamante ‏ ‏- @Rinnegatamante - PS Vita Scene Has released a ton of homebrew for 3DS, PS Vita and others. c0d3m4st4 ‏- @c0d3m4st4 ‏ ‏- PS4 Scene Developer behind the popular ESP8266 Xploit Host VitaHex ‏- PS Vita Scene qwertyoruiopz ‏- PS4 Scene pomfpomfpomf3(xyz) ‏- PS Vita Scene BenMitnick - @BenMitnicK - PS4 Scene TheheroGAC ‏ - @TheheroGAC - PS Vita Scene DevDavisNunez ‏- @DevDavisNunez - PS Vita Scene Has released many popular PSP and PS Vita Hombrew applications, is a member of OneLUA Team. CelesteBlue123 ‏- @CelesteBlue - PS4 Scene St4rkDev ‏- PS4 Scene Acemad_ ‏- PS Vita Scene HaiHakkuIku ‏- PS4 Scene hexkyz ‏ - Multi Scene notzecoxao - @zecoxao - ‏PS3 Scene/PS4 Scene Zer0xFF ‏- @Zer0xFF - PS4 Scene mrjudges ‏- @judges - PS3 Scene Aboshi2011(evilsperm) - @evilsperm - ‏PS3 Scene/PS4 Scene evilsperm along with the now retired CyberSkunk created Team Rebug that has been a huge presence in the PS3 Scene, evilsperm now is focusing on the PS4 LightningMods_ ‏ - @LightningMods_ - PS4 Scene Another developer with a very shady start, some people still question if he has changed and become a better person, there are numerous allegations of him copy/pasting code, that being said, the information he provides is trustworthy, also owner of DarkSoftware CTurtE ‏- PS4 Scene qwikrazor87 ‏- PS Vita Scene AbkarinoMHM ‏ - @Abkarino - PS4 Scene DaveeFTW ‏- PS Vita Scene A long time veteran of the PSP scene, member of Team Molecule psxdev ‏(bigboss) - @bigboss - PS4 Scene Joonie86 - @Joonie - ‏PS3 Scene/PS4 Scene yifanlu ‏ @Yifan Lu - ‏ - PS Vita Scene xerpi ‏- @xerpi - Multi Scene flat_z ‏- @flatz - PS4 Scene oct0xor ‏- PS4 Scene Mistawez ‏ - @Mistawes - PS4 Scene Mathieulh ‏- @Mathieulh - Multi Scene _Rogero_ ‏ - PS4 Scene A veteran from the PS3 scene, Rogero has left that behind and will be focusing on the PS4 naehrwert ‏ - Multi Scene fail0verflow ‏- Multi Scene marcan42 ‏- Multi Scene cfwprophet ‏ - @cfwprophet - A Racist chef who can't cook, but does release GUI's that people want - PS4 Scene AlexAltea - @AlexAltea - ‏PS3 Scene/PS4 Scene joel16_x - @joel16 ‏- PS Vita Scene theflow0(TheFlow) Previously known as total_N00b - PS Vita Scene C0rpVultra/Vultra - PS4 Scene diwidog/kiwidog - PS4 Scene masterzorag ‏- ‏ A Linux guru - PS3 Scene/PS4 Scene valentinbreiz ‏- PS4 Scene _AlAzif ‏- PS4 Scene thedarkprogr /xDPx - @TheDarkprogramer ‏- PS4 Scene gdljjrod ‏- @gdljjrod ‏- PS Vita Scene deank‏ - PS4 Scene DefaultDNB aka KiiWii frangar - PS Vita/PS4 Scene Scene Contributors GregoryRasputin ‏- @GregoryRasputin He doesn't know I'm adding him here, but if one belongs on this list it is him. Long time member, heavy contributor and lifetime truth guru. [CH] modrobert ‏- @modrobert I am not sure how long Robert has been in the scene, but he was in it long before me, his website Eurasia is mentioned below. zordon605 (DarkElement) - @DarkElementPL One of the younger members of the scene, very trustworthy. 0x199 A mysterious guy interested in the PS4 scene, owns Sce Party. ZiL0G80 StarMelter ‏- @StarMelter StarMelter has contributed much in the scene, such as creating icons for various scene applications, he has helped me a lot with advice and other things in regards to the forum. KawaiiAuroraA ‏ Writer on Wololo kozarovv ‏ - OfficialThibobo ‏- @Thibobo Tuxbot123 ‏- @Tuxbot123 roXyPS3 The keeper of the console developer wiki's, if one would call @euss the King of the Dev Wiki's, then Roxanne would be Queen of the Dev Wiki's. Senaxx ‏ - @Senaxx Host's a huge repository for PS3 Scene and PS4 Scene files Lightra1n ‏ - @Lightra1n zapptheman ‏ - @zapptheman Centrinouk - @centrino kood_infothief ‏ Runs A Japanese Scene site eXtremeModder86 ‏- @eXtreme Cloud0835 /yyoossk ‏ Runs A Japanese Scene site HackerGen ‏/Wirus - @Wirus Owner of Custom Protocol, inventor of the PS Vita GekiHEN competition Darthsternie ‏- @Darthsternie DerfJagged /Derf - @Derf @STLcardsWS Owner of PSX-Place Websites PSX-Place Wololo PlayStationHaX Eurasia DarkSoftware Sce Party ConsoleHaX Custom Protocol Games And Consoles There are more people and websites to be added, will do this through time.
  25. 1 point
    3absiso

    PS4 White Led But No Display Issue

    Hi @Abkarino سلاملت اخي محمد وانت الك وحشة. والحمد لله Thanx Bro problem fixed by removing the Filters and bridging them by small wires as suggested by you. and the Caps are 10uf Hey Johan, how are you my friend. long time. the Caps are 10uf thank you Bro. still no data sheet available i think
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