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Will anything happen if I accept the new terms of service?
Originally Posted by basketball
Yep, your PS3 will self destruct.
Hail to the Commodore 64
Dont accept it just follow the guide. This method still works 100% fine.
Originally Posted by basketball
The update message will still popup with 3.56 spoof but you will not actually be able to update. Running F*CK PSN 0.5 to spoof the network as 3.56 will stop the popup and let you on PSN.
I will be adding a video of how to setup everything and how to use this method as soon as I get the time, hopefully later.
(To all of you that keep saying this don't work and maybe its been patched, you are wrong and I would be the first person to add it to the tut if that was the case. I will warn you all via private message if anything changes.)
Last edited by ARVI; 02-27-2011 at 03:52 PM.
Working great for me. Just to clarify though, this method doesn't give a blank console ID does it? I'm still on the fence about wether or not that's a good thing to do anyways, but i was just curious.
so the guide is supposed to bypass the terms of service as well???? cause i can connect but it keeps asking for tos and i double checked guide and did all as follows...... i dont get the prompt to update... only tos! thanks in advance
Originally Posted by ARVI
its not working here, when I try to log in onto PSN it asks for sys update.
turn off your firewall
Originally Posted by metnasj
Heey Thnx for you're nice Tut But i never get it to work !!
I followed all the Steps in The Tutorial but when i Run F*CkPSN.exe i get dns listening on 0.0.0.0:53 and when i put it on Ps3 as 1 dns it's says wrong adress please help me :/ !
EDIT : Fixed It Myself !!
0.0.0.0:53 is not the dns you are supposed to put on your PS3. You need to put the IP of your computer as the DNS on your PS3, it should be something like 192.168.1.100.
Originally Posted by youstell
In versions of Windows from Windows 2000 and later, run the Windows Command Prompt (Typically in Start, All Programs, Accessories). In the command prompt, type ipconfig and you'll get something similar to this:
Windows IP Configuration
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 2:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.5
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.1.1"... since I'm behind a router, this is not the IP address that will actually be used when I access the internet."
As you can see, the IP address of this computer is listed as "192.168.1.5". If your on vista or windows 7 the ip address is typically presented as ipv4 address.
To get extended info including you're ISP's DNS records, type "ipconfig /all" without the quote marks and the DNS records will be after your LAN ip details.
You need to remove any other proxy, such as Charles DNS, and make sure you have replaced the CA27.cer file + set the right DNS records on your PS3. If you are behind a firewall you will need to add an exception for F*CK PSN or turn the firewall off.
Originally Posted by siskoe