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cheapest and safest solution Downgrade NAND PS3
cheapest and safest solution Downgrade NAND PS3 –
I live in europe. As the title says I am looking for a safe and cheap way of downgrading 2Nand ps3's.
I know I can use progkseet but still I am not sure if I can use E3 flasher for NAND console. Some people say you can and some others you cannot. You have to do some soldering but cant find any info on that (e3flasher on nand).
Safety first! Looking at the work to be done on nand soldering its way over my skills so i am looking for a solderless solution. I have read that I need 360clips the adaptor and progskeet programmer (forgot the name) to do the trick. All these costs like a used ps3 which is a lot!
Do you have any links where I can get all these equipment cheap or any other ideas to fullfill my project? The ps3 are not currently working because they are without logic board so you can see that I am desperate and I need a solution.
Thanks for the info and peace
if you look through the buy and sell page there are people that offer the service to it for you if your not comfortable doing the work yourself even with the 360 clips im sure there is still a couple of wires that is needed to be soldered.
well if you are looking to downgrade a dual nand ps3, e3 flasher won't work on it, progskeet is 100% that it will work on dual nand ps3's, also, im not sure but i think some progskeet are solderless, you should go to the official website and try to look for them, if you don't know where to buy them the official website also provides links to places on where to order them, probably is going to cost you around €45, i honestly think is cheaper than e3 flasher
there's is a Prgoskeet solder less solution + Dual NAND clip. No soldering required but a 5v power terminal is required. You can get around it by finding a 5v rail on the PS3, but in my case I just power it up using a external adapter since im not that skilled enough to mess up on my PS3's motherboard.