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Discussion in 'PS3 - Hacking & Homebrew' started by rusty_train, Jul 2, 2013.
i see it in the cobra-ode description and the 3k3y so i was wondering what they mean
Passthrough mode means your system works just like it does today. Emulation means your disk tray will not work, but instead will emulate the disk tray operation using a portable harddrive. This allows you to play games from the HDD as if they are loaded into the disk tray. You can switch between these two modes as needed.
oh ok thanks
Pass-through: Works as if the cobra is not installed (ie the same way it always did before).
Emulation mode: the disk drive is emulated by the cobra, so the real disk drive doesn't work but you can load games from an external harddrive using the cobra manager.
hmm ok, well for each OFW update from Sony ill wait for soemone to post that the Cobra-ODE still works on the FW if not, i wont update
Yeah that's advisable. Because technically speaking sony should be able to detect the cobra ode.
oh true but its full well possible it could be blocked