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Best custom firmware for 3.55 on a ps3 slim? currently running waninkoko
Best custom firmware for 3.55 on a ps3 slim? currently running waninkoko –
quick and maybe silly question...
Currently got a ps3 slim EU model and running waninkoko 3.55 with no problems with backing up at all...
BUT is there a better Custom Firmware now? And also i'm still using the old multiman which was used on the launch day of waninkoko so haven't updated multiman if i delete multiman and get the new compatible version for 3.55 will my back up stop working?
so my questions are simply.
1.) Is there a better cfw for 3.55 then waninkoko
2.) What is the best back up manager?
3.) Is there a list/download links for what homebrew works on different firmwares?
is waninkoko not safe on a ps3 slim? and kmeaw you have to load an extra thing each time dont you?
I don't mean to be rude mate but one week ago I knew absolutely nothing about CFW on the PS3, guess what I did? I read tutorials on sites such as this, read and read then read some more, all the information you need is on this site and others like it. The tutorials are written that even the average American can understand them.
haha well i was asking because if there is no point in changing my firmware there is no need, im on waninkoko and all is fine and working
but how or in what ways is kmeaw better???
Bigger support from the devs,some say less bugs...i think that many people don't even want to hear about anything that starts with wan after all the bricks and shit.
Lol, this ^
Originally Posted by Meomyo
But I was recently new to it too and it can all get confusing.
Here is a tut, just follow the vid... http://www.ps3-hacks.com/2011/01/18/...ekpoke-patches
Links to everything you need in the post.
MultiMan is the best manager I've used.
My 5 backed up games work perfectly, so do a couple of emulators.
Kmeaw's is the best, but no one is stating why...
1) Supported by all devs because its the most popular, safest, and has the following features.
2) Peek/poke enabled for devs to load commands/payloads [syscalls] into memory.
3) Less brick risk because less changes are written to the nand, they are written to ram. If something goes wrong the system crashes instead of turning itself into a paperweight.
4) Doesn't require signatures.
A link to an easy to use guide is here...
For the best manager, I reccomend MultiMan. Mainly because the dev [deanrr] supports his homebrew more than anyone else I've seen, updates it frequently, and tests it thoroughly.
As far as homebrew applications, everything current will work on kmeaw's, so just download and enjoy.