PS3 SDK Released

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Sep 14, 2010

PS3 SDK Released by Juanmatron at 5:51 PM (4,479 Views / 0 Likes) 33 replies

  1. Juanmatron
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    I find it in torrent sites. Search it yourself (I won´t get banned for push a torrent website again [​IMG]).

    This is fucking strange. PSGroove is out, Sony releases new firmware to stop PS3Jailbreak/Groove and now the SDK, only accessible for developers, leaked?!?!?

    This isn´t normal. So many casualities [​IMG]
     


  2. prowler

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    Welp, I guess its about time they disabled the PS3 all together.
     
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    Since when did flashing the Xbox 360 prevent people from buying games for it?
     
  4. tk_saturn

    Member tk_saturn GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Not the same.

    While the XBOX 360 has been hacked for a long time, it's not n00b friendly. Since the Lite-on Drives, flashing them has become fairly difficult.

    The PS3 Jailbreak like DS Flashcarts can be done by anyone, including n00bs. Compare how easy a PS3 Jailbreak hack is compared to the XBOX 360's JTAG hack.
     
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    Downloading ps3 games though isn't as easy as downloading nds games [​IMG] Also afaik you can't use psn atm if you want to keep using the hack?
     
  6. Chalky94

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    Sony didn't release this...it was leaked, most probably by a member on a development team.
     
  7. Juanmatron
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    oooooh K.O.!
     
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    You know they would, if they could. [​IMG]

    MAN, Soy's getting slammed with all this at once. It'll be interesting how they end up handling all this hubbub.
     
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    Not so much a KO.

    Yes it's a huge and impressive leak.

    But if you plan to code with it, Sony can easily sue you.

    Only some hacker/warez group well hidden are gonna use it.

    Regular coders should (and will) wait for the free legal toolchain.
     
  11. SifJar

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    Wasn't this leaked AGES ago? And was used to write Backup Manager and the FTP client?
     
  12. hova1

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    so, what does it mean?
     
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    That's the main reason why I'm getting a PS3 [​IMG]
     
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    Yay, more progress! [​IMG]
     
  15. Slyakin

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    So... our hackers can make games that run almost natively on the PS3?

    Wow, I can't wait to see the stuff that comes out of this.
     
  16. Delta517

    Member Delta517 Its okay...Im a ninja ;)

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    Looks like Sony has been really unlucky these last days. [​IMG]
     
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    Lets hope this leads to something awesome. I am just interested to see how Sony disabled the exploit, wondering if they are as useless as Nintendo. [​IMG]
     
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    Ouch. I think a war has just been started.
     
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    Do you have any proof of that claim? Show me some IP that goes into the compiled program. IP can be used in it's creation, but it is not transferred into the final product.

    A compiled program is binary, it's bytecode. Sony cannot hold a copyright on the executable format for their system, because there's laws allowing for interoperability from other vendors.

    Sony and other companies are normally able to lock their system into only running programs from them because it'll only run signed code, and they refuse to sign code for anybody else... however when something else is made for a system (such as the Gameshark/AR accessories), Sony (or Nintendo, or Sega) has no legal reason to go after them. The unlicensed accessories/code continue to operate and even be sold in stores such as Wal*Mart because they are legally allowed interoperability.

    Flash carts and modchips and such are deemed illegal because they are or can be used for piracy, nothing to do with interoperability.
     
  20. mercluke

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    that's what i thought
    maybe this is a newer version or the op is just a little behind the times? [​IMG]
     

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