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    BwE

    What on earth am I doing?

    I hate this type of NOR chip... Very difficult to remove without preheating the board....
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    TheDarkprogramer

    [Release] PARAM.SFO Editor V1.2

    HI Guys Here is a big update to my PARAM.SFO editor for the scene https://github.com/xXxTheDarkprogramerxXx/PS3Tools/releases/tag/V1.2-SFO No more need for SONY tools to save your modified SFO Also now supports click once give it a go and let me know if you have any problems have fun xDPx
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    I posted in the thread if that counts for anything Congrats guys.
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    When you have it so EVERYONE wins and only two people give you their details >.<
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    Long time scene developer @DEFAULTDNB has updated his XMB Self Host Project with the help of leeful74 for exploitable PS4's, this update add's video playback support, here is some information about the application, followed by a list of changes in this version: + ADDED MEDIA PLAYER!: -+ Drop Down File Selector. -+ Plays MP4 only currently (need to work on more formats) -+ Play, Pause, Stop, Skip, Restart -+ 2 preset resolutions + full screen to suit your TV. -+ Dark mode toggle, Mute toggle. -+ Playback info (file location, name, time remaining/total time etc) -+ Companion BAT for easy alphabetized playlist generation (must run after new files are added to /MEDIA/ folder) -+ Just host your MP4 files from /MEDIA/ folder within xproject (easy to customize to share files from elsewhere depending on your host method) + Lodash finally fixed thanks to @Leeful + D-Pad navigation added as requested (L/R works perfectly U/D needs work) + GTA menus rewritten by @Leeful (now detect hen and load before payload (same goes for BO3/AFR payloads) + Slight restyle for uniformity thanks to @Leeful + ADDED NotAnotherMenu127 + ADDED IH RTM EDITOR 1.0.0.0 + ADDED Community Trainer 1.0.0.0 + ADDED Arcade category (Coming soon in v1.4) Download And Source Follow DefaultDNB on Twitter Follow leeful74 on Twitter You can also speak live to DefaultDNB on PlayStationHaX Discord: https://discord.gg/2B2uhw6
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    And Here is a tutorial for you guys [Creating a new SFO From Scratch] Once the application has started you will see this screen To Create a new SFO (Currently in version 1.2.0.10 mainly PS4 SFO(s) are working i have not tested PS3/PSVita) Simply click on the Page Icon with a plus in it This will open up a small dialog that will ask you which version do you want to build for Click on the PS4 Logo From here it will create a template sfo for you to work with All the info here you can modify and change as you see fit Quite important to note that the Content ID and Title ID need to be in the ps4's correct format (see devwiki) To add new items to the sfo do the following think of the flag you want to add and go to the dev wiki and find out some more info about it http://www.psdevwiki.com/ps4/Param.sfo#Parameters_Descriptions in this case we want to add EMU_VERSION which is mostly for emulation so we click on the "add new item" button see the next screen Here we fill in the info from the wiki As we can see all the info is already supplied for us a value of 258 ,max length(4) ,normal length (4) and a format(unit32) Simply fill in the info to the screen as follows and click add this will add it to the sfo and from here you can save the sfo to anywhere you like (overwriting the original is not always a good idea but that can also be done) I will add some more tutorials if need be but i think this will be enough for now
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    BwE

    Is your PS4 constantly ejecting its discs?

    This does the trick, never ever ever never ever ever never will it eject again! I was thinking of making a totally new eject function, but that's too much work!
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    BwE

    [Release] PARAM.SFO Editor V1.2

    pics or it didnt happen!
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    You can either update to enso 3.65 or h-encore 3.68 meaning you can install more vita games with a higher firmware requirement eg. Secret of Mana, Undertale etc. PKGJ is a store for games, look it up as it's very poor forum etiquette to discuss such immoral things. (Free games).
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    BwE

    What on earth am I doing?

    I was thinking of running 2 flashes, to check some theories i have... but yes also the validator ^_^
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    PayLoad Sender V2: Added support for 4.55/5.05 The language you select is saved. Minor bugs Code optimization. By developer Duxa (aka @Chrushev) Download
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    Thank you. So far so good.
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    Hi Guys, Here is a small update to PS2 Classics Gui (V1.0.0.11) So whats new ? Well i had reports on my github from users who had issues with the Mutli ISO screen (i added a possible fix as i could not reproduce the error). Secondly i added a way for users to get custom configs from @kozarow 's Github this means we can now get new lua's for a single iso from his github and have it applied to the PS2 Classic you are trying to build for. Next I added a simple screen at startup that will ask you if you want to use a custom folder for ps2 classics at boot and then the new settngs for @kozarovv 's patches I also added a new font from the ps4 itself to your computer this is the PS4Icons font it has the ps4 main boot logo , and has ps2 psp ext ext items that are being used inside ps2 classics currently Whats next ? *Well i'm thinking of creating a pastebin or asking @kozarvv if we can use his github to allow us to have a list of working configs for a specific game that we might not currently have (from official pkg's or either from your own tweaking ) this will allow other users to have a directly build working copy of all the files required (extra files) and such. your free to give your thoughts on this in the comments *Also i dont know how usable this will be for anyone currently but im also building a psp classics gui (its currently pretty useless as the psp emulation on the ps4 is trash) but hey whatever Here is some images from the new version of PS2 Classics Here we initialize the location where ps2 classics will work in Next a new how to use screen If you say yes you will see the how to use screen (Not the prettiest screen i have ever built) Else you will see the main screen after the boot logo And here is a screenshot of the settings if anyone has any questions let me know here or on twitter Kind Regards xDPx
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    3absiso

    What on earth am I doing?

    Welcome Back My Friend..... looking foreword for ur new stuff U took off the Nor and wired it externally, my Guess u r working on PS4 NOR Validator
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    hey bud that doesn't seem right ill hit you in pm so we can investigate this
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    Oh wow, haven't touched a PS1 or PS2 for years. A lot of people still ask me to modchip them actually, so any information on the motherboards and such would be useful.
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    weird... did you check the fuses? does it eject when you touch the pad itself? rather than the button i mean.
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    Look forward to seeing some PS4 Homebrew from you
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    I would like to thank you @GregoryRasputin that you gave me confidence. I hope to continue with new homebrew psvita and soon PS4
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    Hi guys. Welcome to my first Raspberry Pi Tutorial. As usual, i have a video below showing how to achieve a simple installation and set up the OS to work how you want it to work. Below i will have some written instructions you can follow feel free to ask any questions you may have below. Video: Written Tutorial: What you will need: - Pi Kit - Wifi Dongle - Fan - Camera - Enclosure - Micro SD card (4GB or more) Optional Extras if you are adding the Alarm System: - Siren - 12V Power Supply - Relay - Wire - Jumper leads Downloads: - MotioneyeOS Image - Imaging tool for SD card - Putty (if you are adding extra buttons and features) WARNING! Before we continue, I am not responsible for anything you do which may damage any of your hardware, or cause you to loose any files/folders on your computer if you are not careful. Step 1 - You need to purchase the Pi and components to get this running. Step 2 - Download the appropriate downloads for the project\ Step 3 - Format your SD card to Fat 32 (insert into your PC and right click on it --> format --> Fat32 Step 4 - open Win32DiskImager and install it Step 5 - Open installed Win32DiskImager Step 6 - Click on the folder icon next to the drive letter and seek to the .img file you downloaded. Should be named something like "motioneyeos-raspberrypi3-dev20180712.img" Step 7 - Select the drive you want to install to (make sure this is your SD card otherwise you may wipe the wrong thing). Then click write, followed by Yes to continue. Step 8 - Once complete, safely eject the SD card and insert into your raspberry Pi. Step 9 - Connect your Pi to a USB keyboard, Ethernet, HDMI, and plug in the power cord to boot for the first time. If all worked well you should see a red light on your Pi, followed by a blinking green light. (if you don't see the green light blinking, check to see if there is any output on your screen, if not, you probably did not format the SD card correctly.) Step 10 - If the Pi booted successfully, you should see a terminal on screen. You should be able to login by typing 'Admin' as the username, and leave the Password blank, this should work. (if not, please let me know so i can try help you, you may be on a different version of the OS) Step 11 - If booted without any issues, you should now be able to access the lovely GUI webpage through your browser. You will need to find out the IP address of the PI, you can do this through your router, or with phone apps such as fing Step 12 - Once you know the IP address of your Pi, Enter it into your web browser of choice, and you should see the Lovely GUI pop up. Step 13 - Plug in your cameras via USB (i recommend using no more than 2 as the Pi may not be powerful enough to run them depending on the applications you are using them in) Step 14 - click on the 3 horizontal bars on the top left, then click the 'Add Camera Button' you can add the cameras here. Step 15 - Go through the settings and tweek them for your use. Step 16 - Set a Static IP so your Pi doesn't randomly change addresses on you Step 17 - That's it! if you are just setting up the simple version, you are done! Congrats!!! If you would like to know some more advanced things, stick around for more. Advanced: Step 18 - If you would like to receive email notifications whenever your camera senses motion, simply enable Motion Detection This can be enabled through the Motion Detection Menu. Step 19 - It is recommended to set up an email account which belongs to your PI with Gmail, and make sure it has been enabled to accept insecure sessions. Step 20 - You will need to put in the following details for Motion Notifications Email Addresses: <write your email address which you want the notifications sent to> SMTP Server: smtp.gmail.com SMTP Port: 587 SMTP Account: <Write the email address you created for your Pi to use> SMTP Password: <Write the password for the email address above here so the OS can access the account> From Address: <it is recommended you use the same address as the SMTP Account> Use TLD: "ON" Attached Pictures Time Span: <You will need to play with this time as it will be dependent on your internet speed, i would recommend putting it as low as you can before it starts sending emails without images. This is the time the device will wait for images to be uploaded before sending the email (i use 40) Step 21: Profit? That's it for the tutorial so far! I will be adding more info later about setting up the siren and switches for it. Once my video is up I will release the Write up detailing how i did it Hope you guys enjoyed. If i helped, please feel free to leave a like so i know you are interested in seeing more tutorials like this XD Let me know if there is anything you need help with or you think i could have improved on. Thumbnail:
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    Hey mate, sorry for the late reply. Been a bit busy.. My work bench is currently a mess and i don't have room to take apart my PS4 XD But here is an image of the logic board i removed from the ps4 when i replaced it with a new one for some testing. The button on this works intermittently too. If you look carefully, you can also see where the previous owner cut the tracers on this logic board. Thanks for any help bud
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