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Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by UltramanMHA, Nov 11, 2017.
that is interesting....we have only tested from far right (usb000)
what model do you have?
Sorry for the late answer, busy with life haha, you should see in the readme 2 links for setups (one for python 2.7.14 and one for capstone), install both of them, drag the zip contents into the python folder and execute server.py.
If everything is working as it should, you should see a python console that is saying "Starting server on <IP>:<port>.
If you see that, go to your PS3's browser and type in the URL bar your IP and port. @aos10
I read the overview of the future hack to be released next year.
I just need a quick confirmation before i commit to purchasing a system for the future.
You said that the flash on consoles up to 250x are guaranteed to be writable.
Does that include 250x consoles as writable?
Cool, Just used this to get the IPDS for my 4.81 PS3 SuperSlim since I missed out on IPDS Stealer (stupid thing did not want to work)
IDPS stealer was blocked in 4.70.
Slim model cech 2503B
The bin file should be bigger? Because the PS3 made that beeping sound and shutdown just like it was written.
should be 16 bytes
then it worked for me, thanks again
and yes, i put the flash card on the right usb port.
where can i download the 4.81 firmware??
the sony site already has the 4.82
2 quick questions (cause I'm a PS3 n00b):
1. Do I have to set up DNS to block updates?
2. I have a phat PS3. Which usb slot is usb000?
1) Not sure if it exists
2) Right slot.
Hi, i tried it on my rebug 4.81 2508B slim (dont have any other ps3). It got to the idps has been saved to usb00. But my ps3 froze and did not switch off with beep. File was not there in the usb also. Tried a couple of times. 16gb Usb drive is fat32 formatted and is one the right port.
This does not work on cfw 4.81?
alternatively, you can use multiman to get the ipds since you're already on rebug. you may have to enable cfw mode in multiman since it has two different modes. one of those will not show the idps.
Trying on my PS3 Phat, A01, 4 USB, 60Gb Model, and running into an issue. The server runs, everything works up until I try to dump the file. The server just says the same 3 lines over and over again, like so:
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:45] "GET /html/include/utils.js HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:45] "GET /html/include/exp_rel.js HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:52] "GET /html/idps_nand.html HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:52] "GET /html/include/utils.js HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:52] "GET /html/include/exp_rel.js HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:59] "GET /html/idps_nand.html HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:59] "GET /html/include/utils.js HTTP/1.1" 200 -
192.168.1.67 - - [14/Nov/2017 20:55:59] "GET /html/include/exp_rel.js HTTP/1.1" 200 -
The page on the PS3 refreshes, and every now and then I get the error:
"The string variable named usb_fp_rosdump could not be located in range 0x801800000 - 0x80278000"
Then the screen goes white, but nothing happens on the server side.
I've tried USB Devices in all 4 of my USB ports, SD slot on the PS3, and none of them have done anything but blink at me.
Please let me know if there's something I'm missing, or what I can do to troubleshoot the issue.
Yes rebug 4.81 CEX. But it hangs. Everything works properly; the ps3 webpage page refreshes every 3 or 4 seconds and the command line scripts keep running properly. Takes about 6 mins and finally shows idps dumped to usb00 root. But at this ps3 is froze; no refreshing. Pressing power off gives 3 beeps then switches off; just like when ps3 hangs.
Its not that i want the idps; i can get it from my nor dump also. Its just that i wanted to try this way. I guess it works only on ofw??!!
Also just to note i am not a developer i have windows 10 64bit running. I had to install capstone for python 32bit and some visual c redistributable 32bit also to get the server running. 64bit packages of these did not work.
rename vsh.self.cexsp to vsh.self and vsh.self to vsh.self.dex if on DEX, in rebug toolbox under /dev_flash/vsh/module
Apparently, the idps dumper works on 4.82 too.
I just wanted to create a thread about this lol, but here's the article: http://wololo.net/2017/11/15/ps3-idps-dumper-updated-support-ps3-firmware-4-82/