PSX-SCENE member EmersonS35 has released his PS3 Toolkit for Windows.
Originally Posted by EmersonS35There have been enough requests so here it goes.
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The latest version is: v1.6
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Decrypts/unpacks PKG files
Simply Find a PKG you want to decrypt and drag it in the the textbox under unPKG. Then Click Decrypt.
If it is a 3.55 (reatail) and a 3.41 (debug), if WILL decrypt
If it is a Firmware PKG, it will not decrypt, YET.
Decrypts Debug .BINs/SELFs
Find a DEBUG eboot.bin you want to decrypt and drag and drop it on to the textbox below UnSelf.
Retails are NOT supported. YET.
Once someone released a npdrm decrypter, will have a retail decrypter.
because we cannot decrypt retails we cannot convert it a retail to 3.41. so any dev that have a npdrm decrypter please message me.
Encrypts .elfs into .SELFs
Drag and drop your elf that you want to encrypt into the textbox.
Put in the content ID of what your eboot will be.
It needs to match the PARAM.SFO and what the over all Content ID of the PKG will be.
So what i would do is, open your PARAM.SFO with the sfo editor included and look at the content ID There. copy and Paste it into the content ID textbox. If you are determining which content ID to use, match the content ID of the Eboot to The PARAM and match the PKG to the Eboot. That wayy all three have the same. and that is what you want.
The new eboot.bin will be 10x times smaller, because it was compressed defferently.
Sometime it will refuse to copy the new .self file back to the directory it came from. It is in the folder where my program is located. sorry for the inconvenience and this will be patched in the next update.
To Fix this simply drag the .SELF back to the folder it came from delete the old .BIN and .ELF. Reaname it from "eboot.SELF" to "eboot.BIN"
Uses a PKG folder, a Conf, and a Content ID to Encrypt a retail PKG.
First we need a conf. this show the encryptor how to encrypt the PKG. so click the "Make Conf" button and a toolbox appears. I recommend that you use advanced mode. Make the middle part the same as you put for you eboot and param and generate the conf.
Drag the conf into the conf textbox.
Drag in the folder of your PKG. More details on that on the "about PKG folder" button.
Now match the last ID to all the other ones you have put.
Simple mode of the conf maker have been known for bugs.
again.. all of these must match.
If this is not working properly, check the folder of the program for it.
i'll fix it in the next update.
Please be patient, this is a free program.
This is the best part of my ToolKit.
lets say your on 3.55, and your making homebrew.
you compile you homebrew and it gives you a debug .PKG
well you on 3.55, how do you convert it to test it?
Well, Use this quick, easy, painless.
drag the .PKG file you want to decryot in to the textbox
drag the conf file you want to use for it in to its textbox.
(make one from conf maker)
put in the contentID like usual.
In this one i also need JUST the middle part.
Doesn't Support the Log.
Gives you the contentID as the name, so you might wanna change it.
the file size is roughly 1/4th the size of original.
There are none. hell ya.
Easiest ever converter. works %100 perfect.