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Here is a small update to the Control Fan Utility. This is a fork of the original version developed original by Estwald. In this version by GameSonic developer Orion, there has been added V4.65 Support for both CEX & DEX, And also a new feature was added that displays the Kernel / CFW version you are currently using. [break]dd[/break]

Now i get asked this question alot, in regards what Fan Control should someone use? The Control Fan Utility (& forks) or the Dynamic Fan Control within webMAN and my choice is the one webMAN soley because it uses less resources and offers a bit more control. Not to say this Control Fan Utility is not a great utility. but for my personal choice is webMAN but this makes a great alternative if for some reason you do not use webMAN. You can view all the details of this release in the details provided below.


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Source of Release: Gamesonic (Italian) / PlayStationHaX (English)
A recent update to GameSonic Manager was released by fork developer Orion recently. This update marked as v3.31 adds support for the recently released REBUG REX + COBRA v4.65 CFW & 4.65 DEX. Also new in this version comes a feature to dump flash via the file manager. Then to round out this update was improved firmware recognition that will now display the CFW, Kernel and payload versions. You can view all the details of this release in the notes provided below:

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Developer aldostools dropped by our forums recently to share some updated applications and utilities. IRISMAN was updated to v3.31, RetroXMB Creator gets a minor update, Various other IRISMAN tools such as prx+mamba, LastPlay, BDUnmount, etc all have been updated to include 4.65 DEX & (REBUG REX) Support. [break]d[/break]. View additional information about these applications and tools in the links provided below.


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The latest version of CCAPI (ControlConsoleAPI) has been released by developer Enstone. In his latest build marked as v2.60, 4.60 & 4.65 CFW support has been added, Along with COBRA CFW Support and some new functions as well as seen in the changelog provided. To learn more about CCAPI and what it can do checkout this forum link for additional information. For those of you that know all about this application checkout all the details below.

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Following the official release of REBUG v4.65 REX w/ COBRA, the team (Evilsperm, CyberSkunk, Joonie & Habib) have announced a new update will be incoming that addresses a few bugs in the CFW. These bugs would not of been in the CFW originally if the team was able to release the work as they intended. After evilsperm made a mistake and accidentally published the CFW and it's incomplete release notes for a moment. It happened at a time when Google Cache took a snapshot of the webpage.[break]..[/break] So as BobbyBangin (Ps3hax supermod) was alerted of this they decided to release the work knowing the notes were incomplete and not knowing the safety of the firmware. So the team is working on v4.65.2 of REBUG REX & D-REX and will be released soon, Stay tuned here to PSX-Place as this story develops...


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Huge news as we finally have seen a new OFFICIAL REBUG CFW RELEASE. This release came with some help in two new REBUG CFW developer's to join the REBUG family in Habib and Joonie. Who have been doing outstanding work on their own, now together with REBUG and the talent from rebug and the sources and tools they provide. This is great news for the CFW development[break].[/break] community if this teams works together for future progression of REBUG CFW. Two builds have been released by Team REBUG. A Standard REX for CEX user's and also a D-REX version for DEX user's. Cobra 7.0.2 has been added which many improvements to COBRA. webMAN Mod has been added along with the latest v2.02.01 of REBUG Toolbox included plus much more you seen see in the release notes included below.

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LATEST REBUG FIRMWARE BUILDS
D-REX Cobra 7.02 EDITION – INSTALL ON DEX PS3 SYSTEM
REX Cobra 7.02 EDITION – INSTALL ON CEX PS3 SYSTEM

FEATURES FOR REBUG REX/D-REX EDITION
REBUG REX/D-REX EDITION + COBRA v7.02
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  • Rebug Toolbox 02.02.1 -Installable Package Included updated with new features (see link)

  • Cobra 7.02 - Updated Cobra to 7.02 (Dongle-less Cobra USB)

  • webMAN 1.30.33...
Following the release of Swing Copter v1.0 Final, developer Sandroron has now updated his Flappy Birds Family Port that now also includes Sounds support and improved graphics thanks to the improve PS3Lua Player improvements by fellow developer 3141card. The developer had planned to add multi-player support but has since postponed that feature in favor to port additional games to the PS3. View all the details of this very fun release from the developer below.
zecoxao with help from squerrini and 3141card has released Dump eEID and Flash eEID Tools for NOR & NAND Models of the PS3. eEID should not be confused with EID Root Key Dumper recently updated .Now this is a dangerous tool if you do not use it correctly or understand it's proper usage as it's messing with the internal flash files of your console. So any mishaps will likely result in a console brick. For more information about eEID [break].[/break] and it's uses checkout this link from ps3devwiki. View the release quote below from developer zecoxao

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RetroArch hits the PlayStation Portable today. RetroArch is the very popular multi-system emulator that many know from the PlayStation 3 scene and others. The Beta release supports various cores, namely tempGBA, fceumm, prboom and more. Future [break].[/break]versions will support more cores as explained via the source below.

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Download: RetroArch PSP 1.0.0.3 - Beta Release

Source: libretro.com
via playstationhax.it
[HR][/HR]Additional RetroArch PSP info and releases can be seen via this thread.
Has the PS4 been hacked? That is the question that is being asked today after two developer Nas & Proxima have taken the recent concept of PS Vita webkit exploit to the PS4 with firmware v1.76. At this time it's unconfirmed what this exploit will allow hackers to have access to on the console. However this is exciting news as it does allow developers to learn more about the console. This exploit is unlikely to be of use to end user's at this point and thus will not magically bring for instances a PS4 CFW. [break]..[/break] This exploit is good for the PS4 hacking community but what the exploit can achieve is something that will take some investigating by various developers before we get a clear picture, on what can be achieved by the exploit.. The bad news is this will most likely be patched in the upcoming v2.00 update that was announced recently. So stay tuned as this story is sure to progress over the next days and weeks, we will bring you all the latest details and what this means for the future of the PS4 Community as this evolves. View some additional information and details on the quote below from Vita developer wololo

Update: Respect developer cfwprophet has drop by our forums and gave his take on this recent exploit, and what it means for the PS4 community
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