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    Hey guys as promised on twitter here is V1.0 I have added Mutliple iso support and the icom replace works as well as converts the size and 24bit color Please make sure to read the readme https://github.com/xXxTheDarkprogramerxXx/PS3Tools/releases/tag/PS2.1.0 Enjoy EDIT: Hi Guys i have updated my application added some small bug fixes and added better support for multi iso's enjoy the new settings and boot logo Application will auto update when you start the application
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    GregoryRasputin

    Happy Birthday pink1

    Happy Birthday @pink1
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    Somebody, someone, or something has released SNES and Sega Emulators for PS4 owners using 4.55 KExploit:
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    Hi guys. Here is a new tutorial showing you how to use @TheDarkprogramer's fancy new tool to make your life much easier. He has done well with his documentation thus far so i will be quoting some of if below, please feel free to watch my tutorial, alternatively, if you would rather have a written step by step process, please scroll past the video for the written tut! Video: Written Tut: Step 1: Download the latest version of the tool from here. Step 2: Obtain Photoshopping software (recommended) or use paint if you have the patience. Step 3: Obtain an ISO or Rip one from one of your old PS2 games. (You can use Power ISO for this). Step 4: Find some background images for the PS4 homescreen and for the game icon. Step 5: Resize your Icon to 512 x 512 pixels. Step 6: Resize your background to 1920 x 1080 pixels. Step 7: Open the PS2 Classic GUI Tool and select your ISO file by clicking the box with the 3 dots next to the "PS2 ISO" Textbox. Step 8: Change your content ID to whatever you want (Must be in format TTTTNNNNN -- T = Text -- N = Number), would recommend making it the PS2 ID which is displayed above the Content ID Box to the right. Step 9: Make the Title whatever you want Step 10: Right click on the background and icon section to change them. Step 11: Click the "Create PS2 Classic" button Step 12: Profit? Step 13: You can now install your PKG file on your PS4 and it should run like a charm, just make sure to check the compatibility list to make sure your game does not have issues. NOTE: If you ever need to unpack your PKG file, the password is currently set to: ng8II8vax3iXZU7sfI3ugo8XlebJ731o I will update this if anything changes in future, @TheDarkprogramerwill likely change the passcode to 32 "0's" in the near future so stay tuned! Credits to: TheDarkProgramer Flatz cfwprophet zecoxao And everyone else involved in bits of this process along the way! Thank you to everyone out there sharing things for this community and making it what it is. image:
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    Hahaha my luck to make a video and already have an update, guess i need to update my video XD. Thanks for the heads up and the feedback! Keep your eyes out for a new video
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    Happy Birthday @TheDarkprogramer
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    @TheDarkprogramer Video just went up, skip to the end if you want to see how it turns out. Lemme know if you need someone to help test for you in future
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    Hi Guys Here is another release this will convert ps2 iso's into ps4 pkg's Simply give it a ps2 iso then give it a Content ID ( Must be in format TTTTNNNN) T = Text N = Number and give it a title enjoy and keep it retro Download Special Thanks to @cfwprophet and @wildcard for there help in supplying info to get this project done edit Hey guys here is version 0.2 as well this small fix will allow you to create pkg now it will teach me to make a last minute change before a release @GregoryRasputin give it a try bud Download v0.2
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    The very first time i played Morrowind was on the original Xbox, i played that game for months, it is by far my favourite Elder Scrolls game, i have bought it about four times since the Xbox days on PC and it is coming back to the Xbox via the Xbox One's backward compatibility feature, there are 18 other games also coming to the Xbox One, but Morrowind is my favourite: Source
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    Hey bud here is the compatibiliyy list always check it out to see if its worth your time to use the tool http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/PS2_Classics_Emulator_Compatibility_List but i see jak and dexter is an official ps2 classics all i can think of is that the rip you made is having some issues
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    ocam

    Happy Birthday TheDarkprogramer

    Happy Birthday
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    Happy Birthday ! Have a goood one
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    Thank you so much my friend !
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    ocam

    Happy Birthday pink1

    Happy Birthday!
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    pink1

    Happy Birthday pink1

    Thanks guys!
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    StarMelter

    Happy Birthday pink1

    Happy Birthday !
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    thank you very much i still have issue with converting the aio disc but i guess i need to try change game id pics convert fine tho
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    uploaded and fixed
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    The PS4 scene has been filled with awesomeness, well at least for those of you on firmware 4.05, sadly i am not on that firmware myself, so this will be the first F.A.Q that i write without owning a hacked version of the console i am writing about, i will attempt to help you in the best way i can: Q.) My PS4 is on a firmware below 4.05, how do i update to the correct firmware? A.) You will need to download the correct Firmware here You can check the MD5 of any 4.05 firmware you download, by downloading this software which does not require an install: http://www.winmd5.com/ Or use this online tool: http://onlinemd5.com/ The MD5 for firmware 4.05 is 203C76C97F7BE5B881DD0C77C8EDF385 Once you have the above firmware downloaded, rename it PS4UPDATE.PUP Grab a USB Thumb Drive, format it to Fat32, on the root of the drive, create a folder called PS4 and inside that folder create another folder called UPDATE, then put the firmware inside the UPDATE Folder, it should look like this Root>PS4>UPDATE>PS4UPDATE.PUP If you need more help with installing firmware 4.05, you can view a detailed explanation on @wololo's blog here: http://wololo.net/2017/12/28/update-ps4-firmware-4-05-firmware/ Q.) My PS4 is on a firmware below 4.55, how do i update to the correct firmware? A.) The same as above applies, but of course you will need the correct firmware, which you can find here MD5 = 9c85ce3a255719d56f2aa07f4be22f02 Once you have the above firmware downloaded, rename it PS4UPDATE.PUP Grab a USB Thumb Drive, format it to Fat32, on the root of the drive, create a folder called PS4 and inside that folder create another folder called UPDATE, then put the firmware inside the UPDATE Folder, it should look like this Root>PS4>UPDATE>PS4UPDATE.PUP Q.) My PS4 is on Firmware 4.05, how do i install the hack/jailbreak? A.) You will need to visit a site that host's the exploit, such as this one: https://www.consolehax.com/playground-4-05/ You will need to run this each time you boot your PS4, as it is not permanent. For some people using a site such as the one above will not work, so you will have to self host as in have the files on your home computer and run a server from there, you can view this tutorial by @Thibobo https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4140-how-to-run-the-ps4-405-kernel-exploit-for-the-first-time/ If you do not have a computer, you can use your Android phone, just download this APK: https://www.playstationscenefiles.com/resources/android-app-to-host-ps4-exploit-and-payload-4-05-hen.113/ If you have a Raspberry Pi, you can use this method: https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4305-released-pixploithost-by-c0d3m4st4-ps4/ Q.) My PS4 is on Firmware 4.55, how do i install the hack/jailbreak? A.) 4.55 online PlayGround https://www.consolehax.com/playground-4-55/ Q.) How do i run backups? A.) You will need to dump your game and build it as a PKG, you can find out how by visiting this tutorial by @ConsoleHax https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4279-tutorial-the-quickest-method-to-dump-your-ps4-game-and-build-pkg/ You can of course find PKG's in certain naughty places, but i am not going to help you with that, because piracy isn't great and also because i don't want to be responsible for Sony crying and getting butt hurt. Q.) Some games require firmware past 4.05, how will i know which games i cannot play if i stay on this firmware? A.) Check this link from Reddit which has the minimum firmware requirements for a game: https://www.reddit.com/r/ps4homebrew/comments/5hms2v/minimum_firmware_versions_for_new_games/ Q.) Apart from PS4 backups, is it possible to run any games by other PlayStation consoles? A.) At the moment it is only possible to run PS2 backups, not sure PS3 backups will ever happen, but PS1 backups will be possible at some stage. Q.) How do i run PS2 Backups? A.) You need to grab a PS2 game, turn it into an ISO, then turn it into a PKG, it is a lot easier than it sounds and you can find a detailed explanation here thanks to @Thibobo https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4271-how-to-build-your-own-ps2classic-pkgs-for-ps4/ You can also view a video tutorial here, thanks to @DarkElementPL https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4273-video-tutorial-how-to-create-fake-ps2-pkgs-for-ps4hen/ Q.) Do ALL PS2 games work? A.) There have only been a small amount tested, at the time of creating this thread 232 games have been tested and only 81 of those are fully playable, 34 have minor issues and 51 are official PS2 classics that you can download from the PS Store, to see the growing list of games, visit the PS4 Dev Wiki here: http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/PS2_Classics_Emulator_Compatibility_List Q.) Is there any homebrew? A.) Unfortunately no there is not, developers are either too lazy, don't care about developing for PS4 or do not want to use the official PS4 SDK, some of this is understandable as the 4.05 exploit is limited to consoles on 4.05, the latest firmware is 5.05, so finding a console second hand on 4.05 at a reasonable price will be practically impossible and the chances of finding a brand new console on 4.05 is just as hard, but saying that, there is a small amount of PS2 homebrew that can be run on the PS4, which is just how homebrew started on the PS3. Q.) So what else can i do apart from playing "backed up" PS4 and PS2 games? A.) There are a few things that you can do which can add to the fun of using a hacked PS4, such as: Custom Themes Sony released a Theme Creator for the PS3, but they have not done the same with the PS4, which means you are stuck with the ones on the PS Store and some of them suck ass, luckily for those of you on firmware 4.05, you can create and install your own custom themes, which is made super easy thanks to glänheit: https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4278-released-ps4-theme-editor-v012-by-glanheit_st-ps4/ Debug Settings This is pretty self explanatory, you can enable some Debug Settings, @zapptheman has provided this awesome tutorial to help you: https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4156-tutorial-advanced-★debug-settings-for-ps4-on-405/ You can follow this guide if you are Italian: https://www.gamesandconsoles.org/forum/threads/tutorial-installare-debug-mode-su-ps4-con-fw-4-05-jb.2/ Install Linux This is probably the most exciting feature of having a hacked PS4, you can view this guide in order to install Linux on your PS4: https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4214-tutorial-team-fail0verflows-fedora-distro-on-firmware-405-via-markus95/ For live help, check this link: https://playstationhax.xyz/forums/topic/4253-live-playstation-scene-help-ps4-ps3-psvita-henkaku-ps3xploit-ps4hen/
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    3absiso

    PS4 Alternative HDMI Points

    Hi; These are the Alternative points for PS4 HDMI Pads, in case you lift any of them while attempting the Repair Hope it will help someone
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