UPDATE: FERROX COBRA (w/ 7.50 Cobra is also supported)
Developer @deank has followed up the very much improved NTFS External HDD Support in webMAN, which another great release, this time around a new feature for the Cobra Payload Currently this release of (stage2.bin) only supports Habib's 4.81 STARBUCKS (v1.02 ) w/ COBRA 7.50 CFW & 4.81 FERROX (v1.02) COBRA 7.50 but we should see other CFW such as REBUG supporting this new changes that now give you the ability to play your Games / Media from Burned Optical Media, checkout all the media types deanks has tested and confirmed working.
Want a sneak peak of a Test feature in webMAN? If so checkout deank utilizing a recent source code release (from mysis) that helps webMAN check that unrelated development (from this article) here
I tested it thoroughly to make sure nothing is broken and nothing was
- PS3 Game Disc - OK
- PS2 Game Disc - OK
- PS1 Game Disc - OK
- Blu-ray Disc - OK
- DVD Video - OK
- PS3 Game (DVD-R SL/DL)
- PS2 Game (DVD-R)
- PS2 Game (CD-R)
- PS1 Game (CD-R)
- AVCHD Disc (DVD-R SL/DL)
- DVD-Video (DVD-R)
- Data Disc (DVD-R)
- Data Disc (CD-R)
@Joonie @habib This is a firmware feature and can't be added to applications, so it will be nice if it is included in the next Cobra revision.
The only changes are in storage_ext.c (which is firmware independent) in functions related to disc authentication/identification.
PS3 games can be burned to regular CD-R, DVD-R SL/DL, BD-R SL/DL, BD-RE
There is no need for game manager (multiMAN/IRIS/etc) or for webMAN/MOD when launching PS3 games from burned discs. The only requirement is that the disc is properly created (unencrypted, from proper ISO or from game folder using genps3iso) - the only check is that at sector 16 (0x10) offset 0x28 there must be a "PS3VOLUME" string.
If anyone wants to test it only on @habib's cex cfw 4.81 v1.02 cobra 7.5 (replace stage2.bin in /dev_blind/sys): http://deanbg.com/cobra_stage2_cex_cfw_habib_481_v102_cobra750.zip
BD-R/RE discs are now much cheaper than 7 years ago, so this feature could be really useful for people who want to backup their collection on optical media and play it at any time without fiddling with usb drives, network streams or ftp. Also it achieves 100% compatibility of all games released to date.
- stage2.bin ONLY FOR 4.81 Starbucks (v1.02) with Cobra 7.50 (deank)
- stage2.bin ONLY FOR 4.81 FERROX (v1.02) with Cobra 7.50 (Alexander)
PS3 New COBRA Feature [stage2.bin] by deank: Play Games/Media from Burned Optical Media
By STLcardsWS on Jan 29, 2017 at 2:40 AM
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