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ok I got everything working right now. Just copying a game over to the hard drive now. So what's the eta on this jailbreak working with backup manager? As well what will make this work, is it just going to be a new backup manager file or will we have to redo the whole iboot process again? Thanks for all the help
Glad you got it sorted
Originally Posted by make
I would have thought they will just modify the 2 files we ftp'd over so it will be just a case of overwriting the 2 files and doing the 777 thing again.
Ok after 2 hours i think i've don it in the game menu apears 2 folders whith a star in front
*Instal Package Files
The first if i open gives me an error 80028f14
The second is empty
My question is:did i correctly did the jailbreak?
Thaks guys for the helf so far end excuze my eanglish i'm european
Yep thats working fine
Originally Posted by sayanu
Right, im on 3.42 is there anyway to downgrade to 3.41 or is there a way to do this with 3.42?
Also, is this the same as jailbreaking the ps3 with blackcat usb?
I got the same problem:
Originally Posted by Colcut
1. Power cycle PS3
2. Attach ipod touch and start android
3. Wait for initrd or scrolling INIT (i tried both)
4. Do power / eject within 1 second
5. It gets to thse 6 lines you see in the videos
6. PS3 menu shws and i get "Unknown USB Device" a few times
7. iPod Touch goes on scrolling lots of text until i get "/bin/sh: can't access tty job control turned off"
What am i doing wrong?
For the record: using a PAL PS3 Slim and iPod Touch 1G
give someone guide on iPod touch 1g?
i had this same.
Originally Posted by WhiteDog
you have to turn off console by power cable. than plug your ipod into usb. run android, plug power cable to ps3. wait for "init" text on your ipod and now:
press quickly power on ps3 and after quickly eject. wait.... and that's all
i have ps3 slim and i pod touch 1g, too
It's not frozen. Basically because you didn't shut down properly before (Could of been at any point with openiboot, linux or android) it needs to scan for bad blocks. Now you can leave it running and wait for hours (My empty 32gig iPod would take about 4-5 hours to run through the process) or you can fill your iPod with as much data as you can. The less free space you have the quicker the scan will go.
Originally Posted by sic
I just filled my iPod with video files over USB using TotalCommander. But iPhoneExplorer or any of them will do the job fine. Now with 700mb free that process takes about 30 seconds.
oh man... backup manager is gonna take too long...