the video is dark. I say fake as f*ck.
the video is dark. I say fake as f*ck.
yeah i have also read many on ps3news site .
they said there is a Turkish guy will go there and check it .but i read a lot but i didn't know or find if he went to there or not .
oooh i want one of these :-pray:Quote:
No, please don’t connect the USB Dongle to a USB port of a PC or MAC. The USB Dongle will be destroyed, especially when you have Anti Virus and Firewall running.
it that were the case, continuing linux support for fat ps3s would be strange.Quote:
I am sure Sony is reading this and "haxnetwork" and SKFU blogs and as already patched this in a new upcoming firmware, and maybe also one of the reasons that removed "Linux" from the current machines.
video seems fake.
The part about the usb dongle being destroyed by plugging it into your PC can be true. There are a variety of devices that use usb that you are not supposed to plug into your PC or the data can be corrupted or lost. Some of the devices can be specially formated and what your computer can do to those devices if you are not careful can destroy that formatting. You would need to disable the firewall, anti-virus and any other programs that could potentially effect that drive. (search indexing could also ruin the data)
I'm not sure if this is real or not but if it is it would be a viable way of playing backups on your ps3 since external hds are cheap and a 2tb one could hold a very large amount of blu-ray games. Also if this works similar to Pandora then there could be the potential of hacking the firmware and creating custom firmware.
The PS3 factory/service mode info was published at least in "how it works" long time ago on PS3NEWS.
But as for as I know nonone has so far built their own working USB/JIG stick for the PS3.
Over the months there has been a lot of inaccurate information circulating in regards to how exactly the PlayStation 3's Service Mode works, and as promised in our previous Dev updates here are some of the facts to help separate the rumors and speculation.
It is a fairly simple process as follows.. For starters, the PS3 is powered off, and a special USB dongle, known as the Jig, is connected. The PS3 is then turned on, and then off, once it has detected the Jig.
After this occurs, the PS3 is then turned back on, into "Service" Mode. From here, the PS3 is re-flashed using a Firmware Update on a USB stick, specifically designed to only install from the Service Mode. Once the PS3 is re-flashed with the software, it is then used in conjunction with a PC running customized software, specifically the DEX.exe and CEX.exe's.
There are a multitude of special PS3 firmwares, basically three major ones. The first is a Core System, followed by the Service System, then finishing it off with the Final Software.. usually Retail.
From the CEX/DEX PC side software, just about anything can be done: Copying, transfer and resigning of box-specific items like PSN games, user profiles, etc.
Furthermore, the systems can be re-flashed to any software version as well. The system's keys can also be "rearranged", such as the marrying of the PS3's BD-ROM Drive (or controller) with the mainboard. Needless to say, this can do a lot more than a simple "Recovery Menu", as it can change firmware and more.
Over the last few months we have also compared the flash dumps (pictured below) done by our very own courier of a PS3 in Service Mode with a Retail (and a Debug) and found that the systems are primarily alike, however the Bootloader 1 of the Service Mode PS3 differs than that of the other systems. Work is still being done by the resident PS3 Devs in trying to pinpoint exactly why this is the case.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96me635YdLU&feature=related"]YouTube - Zpack for PS3 Live Demo - Eat this SONY[/ame]
here is a video its bright here posted this
i guess we wount know for sure if its a fake or legit if someone gets there hand on this but that windows gui is suspicious this news is to big to be true in my opinion how did one get there hands on a bd-writer that can write orignal ps3 boot code:rant:
all you youtube account with zpack are of january 2010 1st - 3rd fishy huh
i would say this is a fake now
He never dose hold the zpack disk up to the camera and let us have a good look at it but he dose do this with the ps3 disk almost every time.......
here is a link i cant get by the survey can someone see what is there