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maybe im reading what you wrote wrong but, i use a small piece of software called GUIformat on my 1TB external HDD for FAT32. if that helps you.
Originally Posted by ModIT
i believe he is hoping for exfat (or even ntfs for that matter imo) to support files larger than 2gb in size. also mkv support from the xmb on said exfat or ntfs device would also be nice. i just want to see anything(hello world, snes ect.) run on a non jb console.... that would put a bigger smile on my face than the first day the utopia boot disk was released
Originally Posted by i admit it
Originally Posted by vSaAmTp
Originally Posted by xiaNaix
Nothing against Math (legend). Next quote irrelevant to above lol.
Originally Posted by sabin1981
With a multiboot custom firmare, we might be able to go online with the latest legitimate firmware (with no tell tale signs of it being hacked, so ban-free, while we use another firmware for homebrew purposes without worrying about connecting to PSN and having our logs uploaded.
Originally Posted by geohot
Couldn't we simply unban ourselves now even if Sony did decide to do a ban wave ???
Originally Posted by IllyriaIsBlue
If we're able to change the MAC or the console's serial - Yes. Or a small piece of hypervisor code submits a false one to gameos
Originally Posted by cokeaddict
I personally think PSN is History - will be flooded by undetectable cheaters within weeks
Originally Posted by netkas
wow... simply amazing stuff happening. you would think you could decrypt a 3.50 eboot with this... wonder if you could reencrypt the same eboot with maybe 3.41....
Even if one of the three did hire geohot i highly doubt it will make a difference. Hiring one guy doesn't remove the time constraints, budgets and all that other stuff that go into console development and therefore there will still be security flaws. Its not like its going to be playstation is insecure i know we shall hire one guy to our team of hundreds and we can make the new playstation really secure. Don't think it works that way
Only fault with that idea is that each PS3 likely has a unique identifer which we have no way of generating. Then again, I'm getting way ahead of myself here, and for all we know even if such a key were to exist it may well be subject to the same epicfail.
Originally Posted by Descrambler