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★ Debug Settings…
★ Debug Settings… –
Dr. Emmett Brown has posted a detailed explanation of the PS3's debug settings over at his BLOG. The article is worth checking out for those of you interested in such obscure things.
Did he get it up to 88 miles per hour?
I also see the HDCP setting people have been asking about, and a nice 'deactivate' option.
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What about the XML-edit FW mod that was recently announced, how does this list relate to that? Apparently there are a few commands accessed via that XML-edit that aren't covered in this Debug List.
Originally Posted by squarepusher2
this better not require an atmel board with a flux capacitor.
Not only that but it has to be lead free
Originally Posted by hulk
Seriously though, good blog post and everything is explained well enough for even the most hardened noob not to be confused.
**** yeah thats cool. Some really cool options in there.
Originally Posted by xiaNaix
Would love to see the option for checking networks and what mode PS3 boots into.
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This is brilliant news for me. I can only play my PS3 on my PC monitor because of HDCP, I'll finally be able to play it on my TV!
Originally Posted by Xeauron
I'm interested in the:
"• NPDRM Debug
Set and test the access rights to an application that use drm protection.
- “Off” : deactivate the NPDRM Debug function.
- “No Entitlement (80029513)” : return 80029513 error.
- “Deactivated (80029514)” : return 80029514 error.
- “Unexpected Error” : return unexpected error.""
I imagine it's only for testing and not working around DRM.
I'm also interested in the core dump. It's also interesting that Sony worked in disc emulation. I can see why, not wanting to waste media and whatnot.
wahou This was probably a pain to make this description on his blog
Debug option are great but not all of them are really necessary for enduser
Oh man! this is great stuff if we could get these working on retail consoles with the XML hack or another one, i mean for the devs out there they could do a lot more testing with their aplications.