PSJailbreak: Worlds first PS3 'modchip' Puts the system into debug mode 'PSJailbreak' is a plug-and-play USB device for the Playstation 3. It works by forcing the console into debug mode which allows for many unrestricted features to be executed such as BD-R Emulation, Game Type debugger and different Boot modes. The device is very simple, the installation is very short and easy and you are provided with a GUI for usage via the 'PS3 Backup Manager' where you can backup your PS3 physical media games onto the consoles internal hard-drive or a external hard-drive connected via one of the USB ports on the system. Once the games are backed up onto your hard-drive you can run the games through the 'PS3 Backup Manager'.[/p] Some information known about the device so far: FAT32 is supported at this time which means none of the files can be bigger than 4GB in size. The 'PS3 Backup Manager' splits the files so this shouldn't be a worry, rest assured NTFS is being worked on. Online play on games loaded off a hard-drive does work as of the 19th of August on the current latest firmware for the PS3 console: 3.41. It cannot be known whether future firmware updates will render online play useless when using the device. It is recommended to stay on the current latest system software for the PS3, 3.41, as an update to the system could block the device. The USB device is fully update-able so if you do update an update to the device should hopefully be released shortly after. The device is compatible with all models of the PS3, regardless of whether it is a PHAT model or the newer SLIM model. The device supports all regions: USA, JAP, PAL and KOREA. It has worked with all 150 backup games tested with the device so compatibility should be or near to 100%. The device does not allow for the backup of Blu-Ray movies, DVD Movies or any previous console games, e.g. PS1/2. The device disables forced software updates and claims to never brick your console. You backup your games to either the PS3 internal hard-drive or an externally connected hard-drive through a USB connection, you can boot the games directly through a GUI 'PS3 Backup Manager'. This eliminate the need of buying Blu-Ray burners and disks. Games played through the hard-drive run 2x as fast as they would from running from a Blu-Ray disk, this reduces lag and glitches and allows for a much smoother gameplay. Load homebrew off a connected hard-drive or the internal one. The device requires that you have a original PS3 game inserted into the console to run backups from hard-drives Images of device Videos Device website Discuss Thanks to Rock Raiyu for the news!