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  1. Sony has released a new firmware update today (5.05). It is necessary to install the update if you want to use the online functionalities of your console. The changelog (as usual) states: 'This system software update improves system performance'. The update is now live and has the normal size of 360MB. In case you already installed a firmware higher then 4.05 on your console, I recommend you to wait before updating. The lower the firmware version the more likely exploits gets found and shared. Earlier this week the company asked PlayStation Network users to sign up for another beta test. This update (5.50) will probably be a bit more interesting, although it is not yet know which features/changes it will introduce. (This never get's old) VIA: ConsoleHax.com
  2. [Quiz] PlayStation 4

    View this quiz PlayStation 4 A quiz about the PlayStation 4. Submitter ConsoleHax Type Graded Mode Time 5 minutes Total Questions 12 Category Game Consoles Submitted 01/16/2018  
  3. PlayStation 4

    • Graded Mode
    • 5 minutes
    • 12 Questions
    • 11 Players
    A quiz about the PlayStation 4.
  4. Developer Enstone has released a new version of Control Console API for PS3. This version adds support for CEX firmware 4.82 and some new features like a VSH Menu which can be accessed by pressing L1 + R3 from XMB. For those of you who don't know CCAPI can establish a connection between your PlayStation 3 and your computer / android smartphone (like TMAPI can establish a connection with DEX consoles). When the connection is established between the two devices the software makes it possible to modify the IDPS and PSID, use modding tools and much more. Features: Game modding Debug non-fself en fself in realtime Wireless connection Change IDPS en PSID Edit console leds View PS3 temperature Added in 2.80 r2: Reduced memory use PS3 Tool support (DEX/CEX kernel only) added Console Finder added to ConsoleManager VSH Menu added CEX 4.82 support added Download on EnstoneWorld VIA PSX-Place.com
  5. #RetroArch Running On #Nintendo #Switch

    I think some of both.
  6. [Tutorial] Advanced ★Debug Settings for PS4 on 4.05

    Thanks for sharing.
  7. BEWARE: A console with firmware 4.05 installed is required. If you're not yet on OFW 4.05 you can manually update your console via USB. If a higher firmware is installed it is IMPOSSIBLE to downgrade. If you'll be following my guide, the first time running the exploit succesfully will take a lot of time. I have chosen for an online method instead of a local one. If you should prefer local, it is possible to host the files yourself by using Xampp or MiniWeb. In this tutorial however I wil be using the same files hosted on ConsoleHax.com. Remember that running the exploit without a patched browser will take a lot of your time. Mainly because you have to use a work around with a limited version of the browser. This does not change if you choose to host the files local (There are other ways involving DNS, but I won't explain them). The image used in this guide are meant for dutch visitors of my site, but the hyperlinks used should be located at the same location. English is not my main language, so there could be some typo's. IMPORTANT BEFORE STARTING: WRITE DOWN THE IP OF THE PS4 BEFORE CONTINUING. You'll need it later on. STEP 1: On your PS4 navigate to 'Settings' - 'User Manual'. This opens a browserpage where you need to click on: 'Support' STEP 2: Navigate to the bottom of the page and click 'Sony Website' STEP 3: Click on a YouTube movie (in case the YouTube site doesn't open, click on the YouTube logo). STEP 4: Search for 'Google Link' using the search field. STEP 5: Click on the movie 'Google link (Link in description!) and click on the hyperlink. STEP 6: Search for 'ConsoleHax.com' on Google's website and open it. STEP 7: Hover above the menu item 'PlayStation Hacks' and wait for the dropdown menu to show. From there click 'Specter 4.05'. STEP 8: If the exploit is successful, you'll see a screen with a message about the memory. Click OK on that screen and continue by selecting YES. If the following screen shows you 'Exploit Succesful' and 'Waiting for payload!!!' you're good. Don't close this windows, because now we are going to inject a payload. IF YOU SEE A BLANK PAGE OR ONE WITH THREE DOTS YOU'LL NEED TO FULLY CLOSE THE BROWSER (MANUAL) AND START AGAIN AT STEP 1. It could take up to 8-10 tries on average. Patching the PS4 browser permanently. Needed files: Browser Patch Payload: https://mega.nz/#!TtpRlL5B!LtFez4NhSIPt5cAIzo68X893ADNzdN_zvSamb-0ePXQ NETCAT GUI: https://github.com/shinnok/netcatgui We are going to be using a Graphical user interface for NetCat to sent the payload. Open the NETCATGUI.exe and fill in the IP of the console. Change the port from 9023 to 9020. Click on the three dots beneath 9020 and navigate to the location where you stored enableWebBrowser405.bin. Select the file and press OK. Click on ‘Inject Payload’ Done. You should now be able to open the full PS4 browser without limitations from the XMB interface (also after rebooting the console). Plus the exploit will run a lot more stable using the full browser.
  8. Developer Alexander released a new build of his Ferrox Custom Firmware. This build introduces COBRA 7.55 and includes a few bug fixes that where present in version 7.54. The firmware has been tested before release, but if you encounter a bug you can report it on the comment section of this PSX-Place article. Changelog 1.01: COBRA 7.54 – Fixed the installation of Packages and game updates with Syscalls disabled. Credits to Alexander, Aldo Vargas, Joonie COBRA 7.55 – Fixed deleting Homebrews / Apps / Game updates with Syscalls disabled. Credits to Alexander Fix PSP DRM & Fix PSX. So now PSP PKGs and PSX PKGs runs correctly Fix BlueRay ISO Added support to download unsigned PKG from XMBPD – Credits to DeViL303, Bobby_Downgrades SOURCE ORIGINAL SOURCE
  9. Developer gdljjrod (OneLUA team) released an update for ONEmenu. ONEmenu could be seen as an alternative LiveArea screen which looks a bit like the GUI of the Nintendo Switch. In the past ONEmenu was developed and used as an interface for ARK and VHBL. It also features a build in explorer from which you can install or delete homebrew application and games. Changelog 2.03: Small internal changes on Text Editor, to add or delete lines: keep pressed triangle right to add a line or left to delete a line; Enabled swipe up/down for category change; Fixed error on text files with text adjustment scroll; Now the PIC1 of the selected game/app is shown if no buttons are pressed; Please update your translations...New lines were added. DOWNLOAD AND MORE INFORMATION
  10. Ontwikkelaar Joonie van Team Rebug heeft een nieuwe firmware op ons losgelaten. Het gaat voor alle duidelijkheid niet over een nieuwe REX of D-REX versie van de meest recente officiële firmware maar over een LITE-versie. De ontwikkelaar heeft tot op heden geen toegang tot de officiële ontwikkelaars firmware van Sony en net daarop werden REX en D-REX releases gebaseerd. Rebug 4.82.1 is dus een firmware die sterk gelijkt op de firmware die door Sony word uitgebracht, maar met de nodige aanpassingen zodat je alsnog homebrew kan installeren. Wanneer je bovenop de firmware de meest recente Rebug Toolbox (versie 2.02.15) installeert kun je ook COBRA 7.54 inschakelen, waardoor je de custom firmware omtovert tot een complete COBRA CFW. ........ Lees het volledige artikel op: https://www.consolehax.com/custom-firmware-rebug-4-82-1-lite-is-nu-beschikbaar-voor-ps3/
  11. [Released] Rebug v4.82.1 Lite

    Developer @Joonie (Team Rebug) has released a new firmware. This firmware is different because it is not REX (Retail) or D-Rex (Developer) like in previous releases but LITE. This is because the developer has not yet been given access to the official developers firmware from $ony. That developer firmware (PUP) is what REX and D-REX are based on. This means the Rebug 4.82.1 LITE version is similar to the firmware that Sony releases for retail PlayStation 3 consoles but with the necessary adjustments so you can install homebrew and more. The firmware comes with Rebug Toolbox 2.02.15 which allows you to enable Cobra 7.54. Cobra is a payload that adds various functions to the firmware. For example, with Cobra enabled you can load plugins while booting your console and it add's support for loading ISO files (PS1/PS2/PS3/...). Rebug 4.82.1: Based on OFW 4.82 (CEX / Retail) QA Token compatible OtherOS++ compatibility enabled Package Manager FSELF compatible Rebug Toolbox 02.02.15 included ... Rebug Toolbox 02.02.15: Rebug Toolbox and Rebug Firmware go hand in hand. The toolbox contains a handful of useful tools such as an FTP server and the ability to modify system functions. For firmware 4.82.1 Lite it allows you to enable Cobra CFW.
  12. Sony has announced the newest and latest monthly games for 2017! The company once again shows it's dark side by letting loose a highly trained Panda. New PS Plus Free Games: Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition (PS4) Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of the Legendary Legends (PS4) Xblaze Lost: Memories (PS3) Syberia Collection (PS3) Forma 8 (PS Vita & PS4) Wanted Corp (PS Vita) Will leave Free PS Plus: Worms Battlegrounds (PS4) Bound (PS4/PS VR) R-Type Dimensions (PS3) Rag Doll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic (PS3) Dungeon Punks (PS Vita & PS4) Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse (PS Vita) Do not forget to add all free games from November to your library, if you want to download/play them later on. You can add the games to your collection without downloading them using the PlayStation App on your smartphone, or visit the PlayStation Store website on your PC. Log into your account, go to the PS Plus section, place all the games in your basket and checkout. VIA SOURCE
  13. NoNpDrm plugin for HENkaku by TheFloW

    I must ask, did you come here just to typ that?
  14. Developer TheFloW announced NoNpDrm a plugin for Vita's with HENkaku via his Twitter account. According to the developer you could call this plugin Vitamin 3.0, however it's not actually a game dumper. How does it work? After installing the plugin you simply copy and paste a game from gro0:app/ux0:app. You should then be able to install and launch them on any device and account (if HENkaku is installed). This is possible because the plugin creates and uses a fake license. How the license is generated is not yet known. What's the difference with Mai/Vitamin dumps? Unlike those dumpers this plugin assures you that the game remains untouched, which should be safer. All games that require firmware 3.60 or lower will be compatible. There's also good news for people without an activated Vita. If you are one of them and still have official games installed but aren't able to run them the plugin will generate a fake license so you'll be able to play them once more. A release is expected this month. Source: PasteBin Twitter: TheFlow
  15. Win PS Vita 3G To SD Card Adaptor And More - #HENkaku #Enso

    My favorite homebrew application is the PlayStationHaX portal. (It was unfortunately removed from the VitaDB). I would also like to thank @GregoryRasputin for making this competition possible. BTW: I have never won a thing in my life, can I win? xD. 12

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