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kmeaw to rebug –
ok so i want to switch to rebug. now my question is, rebug clearly says it can be installed over any 3.55 fw. even kmeaw. so should i just install over and not go to ofw first? also if i should go to ofw 3.55 can someone post a link? i cant find it on psx and i dont trust many other sites.
This has been answered about 50 times already search the thread
you dont think i did? and also it would have taken less time to say the answer then to flame. just sayin
I'd rather flame you for not looking down 17 links right in front of your face...
http://psx-scene.com/forums/f191/kme...irmware-87205/ (From Kmeaw to rebug firmware)
look at that title what does it say????
Oh that's right the post says From Kmeaw to rebug firmware
I would rather not keep answering the same question over and over so I can clearly tell you did not even try to look at any of the threads in this subforum...
Next time SEARCH and all your questions just might be answered already :P
Why would anyone want to go from Kmeaw to rebug anyway???
for me it was much more stable on the cechg03 last of the phats, plus it has debugging options and u can use both psn and dev networks, when working lol..
Rumour in another post that rebug manages to bypass Cinavia DRM copyright protection. It's only being used on a few blurays currently, but it's looking like it could become much more widespread. Being able to bypass this allows people to use their PS3s with no hesitation or concern as a media player for the future. Conavia protection is in Sony PS3s since 3.11 firmware and all new bluray players. Only 3rd party media players and HTPCs can bypass it currently as they do not have the protection detection built in. Cinavia effects legit rips of your owned blurays you try to store and playback electronically as it uses a high frequency audio watermark undetectable to humans. It is very real and a good implementation so far as it can survive even pirate video cam captures in cinemas.
Originally Posted by buggerlugz
If rebug firmware really does bypass this, it's big news. I'd like someone to confirm this and then I might make the switch.
EDIT: Appears to be true! Posts in Rebug main thread discuss that the bypass is there. I might test this myself though to see.