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If that is one of those JB-devices that use PSfreedom (Open source JB-software) then maybe. Since they released a new payload that let's you go online. If it does not use the open source then I have no idea but I am leaning towards no.

And by going online I hope your not thinking of playing backed up games online? If you do then your friends and Sony sees you playing Backup Manager or something like that and that's not good.

BTW, the current payload may or may not be blocked eventually so it's not something to expect to function forever.
 

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Sao Mortel said:
I can only recommend the one from shoptemp. on top of being 100% upgradable and supported it cannot be blocked by aussies customs.
the link doesnt work and stop trying to hide your referral link
 

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Sao Mortel said:
I can only recommend the one from http://shoptemp.com/products/USB-Programma...0.html?ref=2431 on top of being 100% upgradable and supported it cannot be blocked by aussies customs.

Can someone please confirm that this will do everything i need?
Will it allow me to go online with that new code?
Can i put the latest file manager and play the latest games?

Cheers
 

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QUOTE said:
Q - If I want to buy a USB programming board and do it myself, which do you recommend?
A - I recommend this $20 board from shoptemp. Other boards known to be used are the teensy++ and BlackCat 1.2+. If you search around you can possibly find other programming boards and modified versions of PSGroove or other payloads for them.
That's taken out of Rydian's FAQ. If Rydian recommends it, it's a safe bet that it's a good choice.
 

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Thanks for that.
How does one programme it?
Do i just put the latest payload on it and thats it or do i need something else?
In what structure on my portable hard drive do i put the ps3 games?
Thanks in advance.

Cheers Shane
 

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Since I don't have one devboard I dunno how you do (I use an iPod).

On the external you use this structure: x:/GAMEZ/BLESXXXX (or BLUS or wth japanese games use)

You don't have to use BLES/BLUS you can name the folder after the game. But in the root of that folder you have to have 2 folders (PS3update and something else) and an .sfo file... I think...

But if you rip a game the backup manager does this for you
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Games borrowed usually come with the correct folder structure.
 

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shanefromoz said:
Thanks for that.
How does one programme it?
Do i just put the latest payload on it and thats it or do i need something else?
In what structure on my portable hard drive do i put the ps3 games?
Thanks in advance.

Cheers Shane
Shoptemp has the download link on the device page they compile the latest payloads when it gets out. just download and install.
As for the structure is just depends the manager you are using. Read around Cyan is pretty specific in this thread thanks MAN ure awesome!
 

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