Tutorial [AIO] PS4 Exploit Guide

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Elden Ring works fine without backport patch on 900.

Anyway, the Hori Dead or Alive 4 Arcade Stick (Xbox 360) I bought doesn't work with PS3/PS4 so I can't use it to conveniently play arcade games (Sunset Riders, The Simpsons Arcade, X-Men Arcade, etc). A shame 'cause it's pretty darn good.

Still, it's usable on PC/Android. I thought it would work because the Hori Pokkén Controller (SNES style) does works on PS3.

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(It was supposed to have LED lights and rumble, but those features were removed)
 
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Need help here , I made stupid mistake

I just copy my backup save from external into internal with appolo , now I need to reply most of my games from early saves backup

Can I get my old saves from my hdd back , thanks

If not , than I must reply my games again
 

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Elden Ring works fine without backport patch on 900.

Anyway, the Hori Dead or Alive 4 Arcade Stick (Xbox 360) I bought doesn't work with PS3/PS4 so I can't use it to conveniently play arcade games (Sunset Riders, The Simpsons Arcade, X-Men Arcade, etc). A shame 'cause it's pretty darn good.

Still, it's usable on PC/Android. I thought it would work because the Hori Pokkén Controller (SNES style) does works on PS3.

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(It was supposed to have LED lights and rumble, but those features were removed)
I have a couple of variants of this pad, I really like them, but we need something like the Nintendo switch plugin mission control, for PS4 to use different USB or BT controllers.
 

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Why don't you open it up and replace the thermal paste? I suggest IC Diamond. Mine is nearly silent after 2 years. No game, no map, no menu runs it above barely audible for any duration of time.
It looks very complicated and don't feel confident doing it. I wish I'd gotten used to it.
 

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Just my opinion on the matter, it's worth what it's worth, but....

About this undisclosed work/taking credit for someone else's/secrecy/etc, it's something the so-called 'sceners' brought upon themselves, really. Back in the day (up to PS2/early PS3 era), whenever someone had something new, either pretty trivial or a real breakthrough, they'd go and share it, get the deserved praise for it, help others, collaborate. It was the time when the 'scene' lived up to its name. Hardly anyone would waste time changing credits and stealing others work, because it was all available from the start, and everyone that used or somehow benefited from it knew exactly who to thank to.

It's pretty understandable that a dev is not in any way obliged to publish/share his work with anyone, as it's pretty obvious the rest of us have to respect that. What's not so understandable is, if you're not willing to make your work publicly available, to keep bragging about it everywhere... "jailbreak this, stop asking me, backport that, check on saturday, i never said which saturday, hey look-i'm playing GTA6 already!, stop bothering me you stupid kids, or i'll shut my account down!". The 'scene' became a sort of attention-grabbing show off.
When teasing people like that, over and over, it's only a matter of time before someone complains of no real/detailed info, or straight out calls him BS...

I said it before, and i'll say it again: all my respect goes to the devs involved in these projects and communities, without them we'd have nothing. But it's only fair to expect a little of the same respect in return, no? :unsure:
 
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what is the best 1 to use ? host -
Honestly, just find one that works for you. As I mentioned, they're all pretty similar in functionality so don't feel bad you picked one over the other.
https://prb123.ir/23X.html from PRB is a good option. Trusted member and as far as I know, updated often. Not on 9.00 on my main system so I don't check 9.00 hosts often.
 
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