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  1. Hello everyone Back again with another tutorial Getting straight into it, this is a long and lengthy process. I have made a video which i will post below, i highly suggest following the video as it goes more in depth than the written tutorial i will have below, but if you are more experienced and know things, then you should be able to figure it out from my written tut. Feel free to refer to the video at any point. This might not be easy the first time round Video: Written Tutorial What you will need: - PS4 on 5.05, 4.55, or 5.05 firmware. - xVortex's Dumper payload/tool - Al azif's exploit host (if you are hosting locally) - Fake Package generator (You need to find this yourself) - A hard drive or USB big enough to fit the game you are ripping - A PC Optional: - Node MCU ESP8266 chip - (ENTER INTO THE COMPETITION TO WIN ONE BY CLICKING HERE TO GO TO THE COMPETITION THREAD) - The Tool to flash your ESP chip - c0d3m4st4 firmware for your ESP Chip - Notepad ++ - Compare plugin for Notepad ++ Process: Step 1: Setup your exploit method of choice. Step 2: Make sure you can use xVortex's payload. Step 3: Boot your PS4 and make sure the game you want to dump is uninstalled. Step 4: Make sure you adjust your power settings so your PS4 does not automatically shut off. Step 5: Insert the disc for the game you want to rip. Step 6: Plug in your hard drive into the USB port. Step 7: Run your exploit and inject the PS4-dumper-vtx.bin payload. Step 8: Wait for the message to come up on the screen "waiting for game to launch" Step 9: Wait a very long time (this will depend on the size of your game) - you will see updates every 30 sec, first they will say "waiting for game to copy" and followed by a percentage. This is copying from the disc to your PS4. Once it is done copying to the PS4, it will then begin to copy to your Hard Drive. (i suggest you just leave your ps4 until it shuts itself off and go do something else for a few hours) Step 10: Once your PS4 has shut down, wait for the lights to go out completely, then you can remove your Hard drive and plug it into your PC Step 11: Open your hard drive's root directory on your PC, you should see 3 files (a folder and a file which begin the same, this is the serial number for your game, and a dumper.cfg file) check the file which is names similar to the folder, but it's just a file. You need to see if the extension is ".complete" or ".dumping" [For example "CUSA02624.complete"] Step 12: If your filename ends in .complete, you can move forward, if it ends in .dumping, then go back to step 1 and try again. Step 13: Copy these files to a folder on your PC somewhere of your choice. Step 14: Open Vortex's GenGP4 program, click on the browse button, and seek to the folder where you copied the files to, and then click on the game folder. (for example, the folder name for my game was CUSA02624-app) Then click open. Step 15: Now click on "Genetate .GP4" and wait for it to say "Done" then click on "Save .GP4" and then save this to the same directory your game files were in. Step 16: You will need to open your fake package generator, and then flick on "File" and then "Open" and seek for the .GP4 file you just created and try to open it. - If this worked without any problems, you can skip to step 23. If you just got an error, particularly the scenario Error, follow along. Step 17: you will need to have notepad ++ and the compare plugin installed. Step 18: Open the GP4 file you created in notepad++ then go to the game folder you copied to your computer earlier. open "sce_sys" folder. Locate the "Playgo Manifest.xml" and open that in Notepad ++ Step 19: Make sure you have the last file you opened in notepad ++, currently in the viewer. Click on plugins on notepad ++. and click on compare. If a message comes up click yes. Step 20: You should be able to see how the start is quire similar. Make sure you mirror anything that is missing, i would suggest checking my video for this part as it is hard to understand without seeing. open spoiler for more info. Step 21: Once finishes mirroring files, you can save them and close them. Step 22: Open fake package tools again and try open that .GP4 File. It should work now. Step 23: Click on the command drop down menu --> Project Settings --> Package and change the storage type to Digital and BD Max. Step 24: Click build on the rights of the program up the top. Then click "select" next to "Output path" and select where you want to output the pkg. You can name it whatever you want. Select Build again and it will now build the PKG Step 25. If you get any errors, feel free to comment down below and I can try help you out, but only if you have tried to fix your gp4 file. If you get the error prior to building, please upload your GP4 file's contents to pastebin and comment down below with a link to it in pastebin. If you are getting an error during the build process, please save your log and upload to pastebin and then link to it here. Step 26: If you have made it this far, then you are almost there. Copy the pkg you have created back to your Hard drive, then safely remove it, and plug it into your PS4. Step 27: Run your exploit, launch mira + hen or just hen, then install the package through package installer in the debug menu. Step 28: Try run the game once it's finished installing. Step 29: Profit? Step 30: Didn't really need a step 30 but i wanted to make it look nicer Feel free to support me by watching my videos, or even buying me a coffee. Let me know if you guys need any help and i will do my best to help where i can. BIG SHOUT OUT TO @cfwprophet FOR HELPING ME WITH THE ALTERNATE METHOD TO PKG THESE GAMES SHOWN IN THE VIDEO! Thanks to all over devs involved in making the scene what it is this far, including Al-Azif and xVortex and c0d3m4st4. If you want to create a FPKG without the genGP4 program, open this spoiler for some info. This way is more complicated, but works for 75% of games, worth a shot if nothing else is working for you.
  2. Hi guys, Merry Christmas to all and wishing you all the best Let's get down to business. In this tutorial I will show you how to backup your ps4's data to a HDD and replace the existing ps4 HDD with a new one/bigger one. Video Tutorial. Written can be found below. Written TUT First of all you will want to make sure you have the replacement drive and an external drive with capacity equivalent to that within your PS4 or greater than. So if you have a 500GB ps4 you will need an external HDD that is => 500GB. Next step is to make sure that the external drive is formatted to FAT or exFAT so the ps4 can read it. Once formatted plug it in to PS4 via USB port. Then from PS4 home screen navigate to --> settings --> system --> backup and restore --> backup once you are here the system will allow you to choose what you want to backup and will calculate the space required on the external HDD. Next step is to commence backup process (this will take a while if you backed up applications so maybe find something to do for 3 hours) Once this step is complete you can unplug the PS4 from the power and we can begin to replace the Hard Drive First make sure the PS4 has no cables plugged into it remaining. then you are going to want to slide the glossy cover away from the PS4 until it pops and you can remove it. After you have taken this off you will need to unscrew the Playstation screw with the button symbols on it so we can access the Hard Drive bay. When you have unscrewed that screw the Hard Drive should be able to slide out and you will then have to unscrew it from the Cradle Remove it when all screws are removed and place new Hard Drive in Cradle and use removed screws to fasten it. Slide Cradle back into bay and screw Playstation screw back in the same spot. Make sure everything is correct and moves into place then put glossy cover back on PS4 and you are done with replacing. Boot PS4 back up and it will ask for a firmware file of the most recent firmware it had installed or above, you will be required to locate one for installation. The latest OFW can be found HERE Once you have this Firmware you must place it on to a FAT formatted usb like so. On the root of USB you must make a Folder called PS4 --> UPDATE --> PS4UPDAT.PUP Place this USB in to PS4 when it asks for the firmware and then follow onscreen prompts to install it. This will now format the new Hard Drive and install the firmware so it will also take a while. Once this is complete it will ask to be set up like a new system so you may set it up as you would normally do. Then it will boot to home screen with no data (THIS IS FINE, WE WILL BE RESTORING MOMENTARILY) and you are done with the installation stage Finally the restoration stage, once booted successfully to home screen you must navigate to --> settings --> system --> backup and restore --> restore then follow on screen prompts to to restore all backed up data. (This will take probably another 3 hours if you backed up applications) At last, the system should look exactly how it was before you began these procedures and you should have some more free space on your PS4 system. Hope this tutorial helped you guys. make sure to leave a like if it did and stay tuned for more peace out
  3. Hi All, I had been a big fan of Nintendo Wii since its first release back in 2006, but for WiiU, it not have a very good scene like the Wii scene was also WiiU does not have a good market here in Egypt "my country", but today i got a tweet from someone of my friends via twitter about possible upcoming first WiiU backup loader in the horizon So i searched internet and found the source via the famous Nintendo Hack scene website GBATemp: and here is the quite from the source: And here is some comments from this guy: Is RPX a format similar to .dol/.elf? So it seems that we will have a working WiiU backup loader soon
  4. Daco Taco has released an update to Priiloader, now at version 0.8. Once installed, Priiloader provides various system hacks, and can also get you out of a few different types of minor bricks. This is for Wii and should not be used on vWii of Wii U. changelog v0.8 Fixed Gc controller when updatingFixed some DVD drive accessing bugsFixed some changelog displaying issuesadded support for the new HBCcheck apps on USB if SD has nonechanged magicword to 0x817FEFF0 (for techinical reasons. old magicwords still work; but it is recommended to switch)fixed random small bugsnew libogc -> new wiimotes supportedfixed loading compressed dolsfixed title menu crashfixed installer some moreDropped language mods.set black background as defaultadded argument + ahbprot support for dolsall dols use IOS 58,61 or 38(with ahbprot)EasterEgg removedGecko output will now be dumped to fat:/prii.log source and download - http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Priiloader
  5. Hello! I started this because I went looking around my (Still not done yes it's been 3 hrs) extracted backup, and I noticed some very weird things. And no, not like "I have found an exploit" but more like WEIRD. Unusual. Things you would not expect on a ps3 hard drive. Like, at all. Anyways, here are my current weird files. 1. An actual PASSPORT. Like, traveling to another country passport. It seems to be for age confirmation, and has different variations with red boxes, which i assume are for OCR.
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