PS3 REBUG 4.82.1: LITE Edition CFW (w/ Rebug Toolbox 2.02.15 + Cobra v7.54)

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    Team Rebug has decided to release 4.82 REBUG - LITE EDITION, this is not a REBUG REX CFW. REX is a hybrid type of firmware that uses CEX (retail firmware) & DEX (debug firmware), DEX firmware usually takes some time after a firmware update to emerge into the public hand, this has not happened for 4.82 at this time. So, the team decided to release a 100% CEX based CFW for 4.82. This only make sense with an influx of new CFW user's looking for a quality CFW thanks to the PS3Xploit Nor/Nand Flash Writer for CFW Installs on 4.82 OFW. By default (after installation) this firmware acts similar to a "Standard CFW", but when REBUG TOOLBOX is installed (see tab below for details about REBUG Toolbox), you can toggle "ON" COBRA (v7.54) to make this a full fledged COBRA CFW with a simple Toggle Option in Rebug Toolbox, Cobra is essentially a payload that adds various features to the CFW, such as Background Plugin Support on boot, Local streaming of games, ISO Support (PS3/PS2/PS1/PSP/DVD/BD) are just a few of the many highlights that COBRA adds to a CFW ( all Features can be viewed in the COBRA tab.). Team REBUG has incorporated support for various XMB Mods as well, such as the CFW settings mod that will bring various functions and utilities directly to XMB (see tab) . Also in this release a new hack from developer @3141card research that puts a CPU / RSX temperature display in the menu as seen pictured below


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    • 4.82 REBUG - LITE EDITION
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      CPU/RSX Temps now display
      while in Menu as shown while playing PS2 games on non-BC PS3 Models


      What's New (In Lite Edition)?
      • Improved system performance and stability
        • (This system software update improves the quality of the system performance by 4 times (4.78~4.82) according to SONY)
      • Syscall 15 added for Standard mode
        • (Allow execution of any LV2 internal functions)
      • Temperature Display on PS2 Emulator
        • (CPU/RSX temperature can now be displayed while playing PS2 games on non-BC PS3)
      • REBUG TOOLBOX 2.02.15
        • (PS2 Netemu toggler for COBRA 7.54 and the multi language support)
      • COBRA 7.54 Added
        • (Change notes available via Git repo)
      • webMAN MOD support
        • webMAN MOD can only be accessible via Stand-alone PKG.
      • Proper Polish font support
        • Full Polish Character support for XMB/PS2 Emu.
      • CFW_settings support
        • (XMB icons for simple CFW tasks available )
      • XMBM+ Compatibility
        • (XMB Manager Plus developed by Team XMBM now supported via standalone pkgs.)
      • OFW 4.82 support
        • Due to the recent research by Team PS3Xploit,
        • REBUG CFW can now be installed over OFW 4.82 (Hack-able PS3 models ONLY)
        • Please follow the guide via -> PSX-PLACE <-



      Features & Patches for 4.82 REBUG LITE
      • BASED ON OFW CEX 4.82
      • FEATURE – QA Token compatibility
      • FEATURE – OtherOS++ support enabled
        • Use Rebug Toolbox to Boot OtherOS with different LV1 patches
      • FEATURE – Package Manager
        • (Replacement for the standard ‘Install Package Files’ option)
      • FEATURE – FSELF compatibility
        • (Fake Signed ELF is supported)
      • INCLUDED – Rebug Toolbox 02.02.15.MULTI15
        • (Install included Rebug Toolbox or higher for full compatibility)
      • PATCHED – Appldr: LV2 memory hash check is disabled
        • (Memory protection on LV2 is disabled in higher level)
      • PATCHED – LV1: Disable System Integrity Check
        • (Safe to use with mismatched COREOS/SYSCON versions or if PS3 is not QA enabled)
      • PATCHED – LV1: Undocumented function 114
        • (Allow mapping of protected memory)
      • PATCHED – LV1: Skip all ACL Checks
        • (Needed to allow booting of OtherOS)
      • PATCHED – LV1: Peek and Poke support
        • (Unused LV1 call 182 and 183)
      • PATCHED – LV2: Peek and Poke support
        • (LV2 Syscall 6 and 7)
      • PATCHED – LV2: Peek and Poke support for LV1
        • (LV2 Syscall 8 and 9)
      • PATCHED – LV2: LV1 CALL System call
        • (LV2 Syscall 10)
      • PATCHED – LV2: LV2: Allow execution of any LV2 internal function *NEW
        • (LV2 Syscall 15)
      • PATCHED – Recovery: Prevent accidental OFW update while on Recovery mode
      • PATCHED – VSH: Allow Unsigned act.dat and *.rif files
      • PATCHED – VSH: Auto unlocks c00 demo contents *
      • PATCHED – VSH: Disable Unlinking/Deleting of act.dat
        • (Improved patches applied)
      • PATCHED – VSH: Disable NEW PSP DRM Check
        • (Allowing unsigned PSP pkg contents on 4.75 or higher CFW)
      • PATCHED – VSH: Disable Epilepsy Warning for Faster Boot-Up Speed
      • FUN FEATURE – In Game Screenshot
        • (Allows taking screenshots in Game XMB)
      • FUN FEATURE – Enhanced Remote Play
        • (This unlocks the limitation of working apps/games for remote play, by disabling SFO flag check)
      • FEATURE – Full Polish support for XMB/PS2 Emu *NEW
        • (Provide full Polish character support)
      • FEATURE – Cinavia protection fully disabled
        • (Supports optical media/bd iso, AACS must be decrypted)
      • FEATURE – Homebrew store compatibility *NEW
        • (Downloading debug signed packages is now available on retail CFW.)
      • FEATURE – XMB CFW settings v0.1a *NEW
        • (XMB icons for simple CFW tasks available via REBUG TOOLBOX)
      • FEATURE – PSN/SEN Accessibility
        • (PSN /SEN Accessible , until the next OFW update)
      • FEATURE – XMBM+ Compatibility *NEW
        • (XMB Manager Plus developed by Team XMBM now supported via standalone pkgs.)
      • FEATURE – COBRA 7.54 (NEW COBRA Version)
        • (Disabled by default, REBUG Toolbox required to enable)

    • RBG_TOOL.png
      REBUG TOOLBOX

      Rebug Toolbox is application designed to complete the full function of REBUG firmwares. Besides from performing the CEX/DEX EID0 and LV2 Kernel Swapping (only for REX) it is also an FTP server and is packed with a bunch of other useful tools. Such as toggling ON & OFF The COBRA Payload.​


      HOW TO INSTALL REBUG TOOLBOX
      (After REBUG Installation, follow these instructions)

      1:
      In the PS3 XMB go to Game menu
      2: Select Package Manager
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      3: Select Install Package Files
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      4: Select PS3 System Storage
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      5: Select REBUG-TOOLBOX-02.XX.XX.pkg
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      REBUG TOOLBOX – MULTI [beta]

      • Rebug Toolbox -MULTI supports up to 12 Languages so far, currently in development, however it is available to download at this *link If anyone wishes to contribute, please send us an email with language strings or pullrequest on our git repository via this link
      TBMULTI.png
      Language template files
      are available on this *page


      REBUG TOOLBOX options:

      (This video is an older version, but gives an idea of how the Toolbox works. Some options will differ in this released version)


      SYSTEM Settings:

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      SYSTEM INFORMATION:
      • Displays Firmware version, Toolbox version, IP address, current LV2 Kernel and Target ID type and free HDD space.
      QUIT:
      • Quits Toolbox and returns you to PS3 XMB.
      RESTART SYSTEM:
      • Perform either a Full or Soft reboot od the PS3 system.
      • Soft (LV2 Reboot Only)
      • Full (On/Off Cycle)
      BOOT OTHEROS:
      • Boot OtherOS with either your currently selected LV1 patches or easily apply ALL LV1 patches and boot.
      • Boot (LV1 Patches: Apply All)
      • Boot (LV1 Patches: Use current)
      TURN OFF SYSTEM:
      • Shut down your PS3.


      SELECTOR Settings:

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      SYSTEM MODE:
      • Switches between NORMAL and REBUG mode
      • NORMAL mode which uses the DEBUG XMB is the default mode after installing Rebug.
      • REBUG mode sets the PS3 to the latest available version spoof (updatable in the future) and allows swapping between RETAIL and DEBUG XMB.
      XMB OPERATION MODE (REX ONLY):
      • Option is disabled in LITE: (REBUG REX ONLY)
      DEBUG MENU TYPE:
      • Option is disabled in LITE: (REBUG REX ONLY)
      TOGGLE XMB CFW SETTINGS
      • Enable or Disable mysis’s XMB CFW settings plugin v0.1. The feature is available via Network Column on XMB after Enabled.
      TOGGLE COBRA MODE:
      • COBRA mode is disabled by default, this option can toggle COBRA mode to enable COBRA 7.5 payload on boot [dongless NO DRM feature see below]
      TOGGLE PS2 EMULATOR:
      • PS2 Emulator files are pre-patched for COBRA MODE due to its multi compatibility with original mode, however, if you want to restore original unpatched PS2 emulators, download and install “FULL” version of REBUG TOOLBOX 2.02.12
      TOGGLE WEBMAN
      • This is also disabled by default, To enjoy better experiences with COBRA, please enable webMAN


      LV1 PATCHES Settings:
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      • A collection of LV1 patches that can be used for better compatibility with some PS3 tools. Any combination of these patches can be applied before booting OtherOS.
      CEX/DEX (REX EDITION ONLY)
      See CEX/DEX features at www.Rebug.me , they do not pertain to this LITE version


      UTILITIES Settings:
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      TOGGLE QA:
      • Enable/Disable QA flag. Enable for easy downgrade and other extra features on all 3.55-4.81 CFW.
      TOGGLE RECOVERY MODE:
      • Enable/Disable Recover Mode flag. When enabled your PS3 will reboot into Recovery Mode.
      TOGGLE PRODUCT MODE:
      • Enable/Disable Product Mode flag. When enabled your PS3 will reboot into Factory Service Mode. This option is only available for 3.55 CFW for safety reasons.
      LOAD LV2 KERNEL:
      • Load lv2_kernel.self.[KERNEL_NAME] from USB or /dev_hdd0
      BACKUP/RESTORE XREGISTRY:
      • Backup or Restore the PS3 system settings from USB
      RESIZE VFLASH/NAND REGIONS:
      • Resize VFLASH/NAND Region 5 to allow install of OtherOS.
      INSTALL PETITBOOT:
      • Install Petitboot to VFLASH/NAND Region 5 from USB.
      SET GAMEOS BOOT FLAG:
      • Sets the GameOS boot flag. Use this if your PS3 is having trouble booting PS2 titles after running OtherOS or is accidently sending you back to OtherOS when trying to enter recovery mode.
      CREATE PACKAGES FOLDER ON PS3:
      • Create /dev_hdd0/packages folder or your PS3 to be used with Package Manager.
      EXPORT HYPERVISOR LV1 MEMORY:
      • Save LV1 memory to dev_usb000 or dev_usb006 or dev_hdd0 if usb is not found.
      EXPORT GAMEOS LV2 MEMORY:
      • Save LV2 memory to dev_usb000 or dev_usb006 or dev_hdd0 if usb is not found.
      EXPORT FLASH TO FILE:
      • Backup your current NOR/NAND to file on dev_usb000. Takes about 45secs for NAND
      DUMP EID ROOT KEY:
      • Dump your eid root key for CEX/DEX or DEX/CEX conversion.
      CHANGE ACTIVE PS3ID:
      • Spoof IDPS in LV2 memory. Choose from Use EID0 or Use EID5. EID5 will spoof your original CEX IDPS allowing you to connect to PSN if your PS3 is running REBUG REX EDITION firmware in DEX mode.


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      PACKAGE MANAGER
      • Package Manager is a replacement for the standard Install Package Files option under Game in the XMB. It allows for the install and deletion of .pkg files from dev_hdd0/packages, dev_usb/packages and the standard Install Package Files locations. In addition to this, your downloaded PSN content ‘bubbles’ will appear under this option instead of cluttering your Game menu with uninstalled content.
      USAGE:
      • Navigate to Game in your XMB and click on Package Manager (It will be where Install Package Files usually is). You will find three options.
      • PlayStation®Network Content
        • Manage your downloaded PlayStation®Network Content.
      • Install Package Files
        • INSTALL package files from Storage Devices and your PS3.
          • PS3 Hard Disk (dev_hdd0/packages)
          • Package Folder (dev_usb/packages)
          • Standard Package Location (Standard Install Package Files locations)
        • NOTE: The Install All Packages is only available by pressing the TRIANGLE button when the Standard Package Location option is highlighted because the PS3 will only install ALL packages from the root of a storage device as of the moment.
      • Delete Package Files
        • DELETE package files from Storage Devices and your PS3.
          • PS3 Hard Disk (dev_hdd0/packages)
          • Package Folder (dev_usb/packages)
          • Standard Package Location (Standard Install Package Files locations)
        • DELETING FILES:
          1: Highlight the file you would like to delete and press TRIANGLE. The sidebar should appear.
          2: Press CROSS on either Unlink or Unlink(Folder) (Both do the same thing for now).

    • XMB CFW SETTINGS
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      What is XMB CFW settings?

      • CFW Settings v0.1 {xai_plugin) is an ultimate add-on for XMB, developed by @mysis. This plugin is disabled by default, however can be enabled via REBUG TOOLBOX 2.02.12. See below for installation help,Original Release of CFW Settings v0.1 via PlaystationHAX

      Features of this XMB MOD:

      • XMB Icons for nice CFW tasks, available in Network Column
      • Simply select and it’s executed!
      • Rebug Settings – Toggle COBRA and Debug Menu Type
      • Dump Tools – Klicense, File Secure ID, IDPS, Disc Hash key
      • Service Tools – Display Minimum Downgrade FW Version, Rebuild Database, Check File System, Entering Recovery Mode (NOR Models Only)
      • Advanced Service Tools – Entering FSM (!!!DO NOT Install FW while on FSM that may lead RSOD!!!), Remarry BD drive and RSOD fix

      How to Enable XMB CFW settings:

      • By default, XMB CFW settings is disabled, to enable the Features, simply access the REBUG Toolbox.

      INSTALLING XMB CFW Settings:

      1: On the XMB select Package Manager
      2:
      Select Install Package Files
      3:
      Select PS3 System Storage
      4:
      Select REBUG-TOOLBOX-02.02.12.pkg
      5:
      Access Rebug Toolbox from XMB
      6: Scroll to 2nd column Selector, and select 3rd option Toggle CFW settings
      7:
      Select Enable, and exit to XMB, then system will reboot with XMB CFW settings now enabled on the CFW.
      8: The plugin is available via Network Column on XMB.


    • COBRA 7.54
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      What is Cobra 7.XX?
      • Cobra 6.0 and lower was CobraUSB and needed a USB dongle to use its unique features,. This was the first product by the Cobra Team who is now behind the CobraODE. After the Cobra Team launched the first ODE device, Community News Writer @STLcardsWS inquired about the future of the CobraUSB device as it seemed to be shelved (unofficially at the time). STLcardsWS according to the Cobra Team Representative Magneto asked if the device could be made open source for the community, since the team had all but moved onto ODE products. That is when Team Cobra gave in and threw a bone to the PS3 Homebrew Community. Shortly, after that time is when we seen the first official source code release of CobraUSB (link of this story). While this proved to be a huge advancement in the PS3 development community it however was a rough release as it contained all the USB security source code also. While developer’s like u$er was able to use parts and makes sense of some of the functions (which helped create PRX Loader, the first plugin system for the PS3)., most developer's struggled with the source as it had alot of unnecessary parts included to protect the USB device when the Cobra Devs wanted to keep this system closed sourced. .
      • Several weeks later, the Lead CobraUSB developer (who was not aware of the first release when it happened) released the first Dongle-Less Cobra CFW using Rogero’s 4.46 CFW as a base. The developer also updated Cobra 6.0 to Cobra 7.0 (cobra 7.0+ refers to the USBless Cobra) with new features and cleaned the source removing all the security garbage (link to this story). Thus making it a complete release with full instructions and details for scene developers. Since that time we have seen its evolve and added to many CFW’s. Below you can view some of the features that are built into Cobra System with some additional explanations.

      How to Enable Cobra Features:

      • By default COBRA 7.5 is disabled, to enable the Cobra Features simply access the REBUG Toolbox.
      How Activate COBRA on REBUG CFW:
      1: On the XMB select Package Manager
      2:
      Select Install Package Files
      3:
      Select PS3 System Storage
      4:
      Select REBUG-TOOLBOX-02.02.12.pkg
      5:
      Access Rebug Toolbox from XMB
      6: Scroll to 2nd column Selector, and select 3rd option Toggle Cobra Mode
      7:
      Select Enable, and system will reboot with Cobra now enabled on the CFW.​

      COBRA 7.5 Overview
      • PRX plugins at boot time (sprx)
      • ISO Suppport: PS1/PS2/PS3/PSP/DVD/BluRay (Split ISO support on FAT32 drives)
      • Network Support: PS1/PS3/DVD/BluRay /PKGs
      • Blu Ray Movie region free functionality
      • NTFS HDD Support (prepNTFS, or multiMAN Required to scan contents)
      • PS2 ISO Support for BC (HW) / non-BC (SW) Consoles
      • Syscall 11 – Cobra lv1 Peek
      • Syscall 15 – Allow execution of any LV2 internal functions
      • PSNPatch stealth plugin support
        • ***ISO rips are required to get 100% support, for ex) after disabling syscalls, games like Call of Duty will not be able to play unless you use ISO rips, please DO NOT expect everything to be fully functional when you are disabling the built-in features from COBRA. Folder rips are NOT compatible with PSNPatch’s stealth mode due to its ability to disable COBRA’s disc-less feature for folder JB rips****
      • PS3MAPI support, allows you to attach process on both CEX/DEX via its own API app.
      • Backup Protection Removal, Add full PS3 Backup support on all multiMAN / webMAN, IRIS manager forks and Managunz.
      • Target Manager 4.20-4.70 fully supported.
      • Allow modification on Syscall 6/7/8/9/10/11/15.
      • IMPROVED Stability with DEX mode, the annoying issue with hanging on boot on some old converted DEX models is fixed.
      *** Notice: PS2 Support on Internal HDD ONLY: dev_hdd0/PS2ISO/

      General Cobra Plugin Information

      Support for plugins at boot time:

      • The number of vsh plugins has been increased from 1 to 7 slots.
      • Slot 0 is reserved for use for iso plugins (netiso.sprx and rawseciso.sprx).
      • Slots 1-6 are for boot plugins.
      Plugins are loaded in the following way:
      • text file: /dev_hdd0/boot_plugins.txt shall contain a plugin path per line.
      How to Install a Plugin:
      • Copy plugin_name.sprx to you internal ps3 hdd (ex: /dev_hdd0/).
      • Create or Edit boot_plugins.txt in the root of the hdd (/dev_hd00/boot_plugins.txt) and add a line for the new plugin. Assuming you placed the sprx also in the root of the disk, add: /dev_hdd0/plugin_name.sprx). Add a new line for each plugin.
      • Then Reboot PS3 Console!


      COBRA 7.54 PS2 Features (4.82 Cobra)
      PlayStation 2 on NON-BC Consoles
      Software (SW) Emulation:Support for PS2 ISOs in non BC consoles was removed in Cobra 4.30 (usb), due tops2_softemu missing. It has been re-enabled now by hacking of ps2_netemu. You can use it in the same way as before, just load an ISO and launch from disc icon, Cobra core takes care of rest. No need for encrypted isos, isos patched with limg sectors, etc. Just your normal PS2 isos dumped from discs. However, there is NO SUPPORT for Optical Discs in PS2_NETEMU.

      Note 1:
      Don’t forget to set the memory cards in XMB, in the old memory card utility for PS/PS2, as ps2_netemu won’t let you assign them in game.
      as long as you use the new ps2 launcher.

      Note 2: Decrypted Config can now be used , place the CONFIG file in the same game path. An example below :
      • dev_hdd0/PS2ISO/God of WAR2.ISO
      • dev_hdd0/PS2ISO/God of WAR2.ISO.CONFIG
      Decrypted CONFIG files are available via >>> PSDEVWIKI
      PlayStation 2 on BC and Semi-BC Consoles
      Hardware (HW) Emulation:
      PS3 Models: CECHA, CECHB, CECHC and CECHE Backwards Compatible (BC) Consoles
      will still use their respetive emulators(ps2_emu, ps2_gxemu), which have much better compatibility and also support optical discs, original or backup.
      COBRA Changelogs (v7.0+)
      As of December 3rd 2017, following has been changed and updated since 4.46 COBRA 7
      (v6.0 and below refers to CobraUSB)
      [ @Joonie's Changes ]
      • Firmware spoofing is disabled due to the changes of PSN Auth since 4.60
      • PLS3 patches are removed from modulespatch.c since this is one of those pre-applied patches on 4.xx CFW
      • unknown E3 patches are removed to fix an issue with XMB, [Originally found by rancid-0, from his PS3ITA 4.50 COBRA]
      • Dual VSH supported for REBUG REX / D-REX CFW, with the proper hash check code was developed by habib and Nzv recently.
      • NPDRM Fself fix is no longer used due to improved fself patches hard coded within the firmware modules on REX/D-REX

      [ @habib 's changes ]
      • Stage0 and stage0 base are merged, (Optimization on stage0 and stage1)
      • Syscall 11 is added to support full lv1 peek.
      • Syscall 15 is added to allow execution of any lv2 internal function.
      • Allow Syscall 11 to gain full access to syscall 6/7/9/10 to prevent modification from homebrews like multiMAN.
      • PS2 Launcher is no longer needed due to new codes in storage_ext, now COBRA can behave the same way that VSH does to apply configuration of DS3 controllers.
      • PS2 Launcher can still be used, which allows PS2ISO with netemu on backward compatible consoles.
      • PS2 Netemu toggle is added for Backward compatible consoles, it is very useful for those units with broken EE/GS chips as well.
      • PS2 Netemu can now use decrypted CONFIG, place the game config file in the same game path for ex)
        • dev_hdd0/PS2ISO/GOW.ISO
        • dev_hdd0/PS2ISO/GOW.ISO.CONFIG
      • HASH calculation algorithm is changed, now it uses static hashes, so the hashes will not be changed unless modules have major changes.
      • Stealth extension support to disable Syscall 15
      • Allows temporary LV1 peek from syscall 8 when "disabling COBRA" is not used

      [ KW's changes ]
      • webMAN integration on boot. Also disables external webMAN plugin located in dev_hdd0 (Disabled for REBUG 4.82.1 LITE)
      • PSN Patch stealth mode, it remove custom syscall from the ps3
      • Homebrew blocker added, when Syscalls are disabled by plugins or homebrews, it will prevent homebrews from being launched, and it will return as 80010006 on XMB.

      [ @deank 's changes ]
      • Improved map_path, to fix the issue with games like Shadow of Mordor
      • Permission protection is disabled to increase game compatiblity and full DEX support.[no more issue with Target Manager or CCAPI]
      • 80010017 / 8001002B Error fix is added since 4.60, this was developed to prevent issues with games when game disc is inserted in BD Drive.
      • LIC.DAT check is patched to fix the issue with launching homebrew since 4.60
      • Full burned optical media support for PS3 Games. (CD-R, DVD-R SL/DL, BD-R SL/DL, BD-RE)

      [ @_NzV_ 's changes]

      • PS3MAPI 1.2.2 support, it is similar feature comparing to CCAPI, but open sourced project and also can unload vsh plugins , attatch process on all type of EBOOT.
      • One of those great debugging features.
      • Partial disable syscall8 and unhooks all cobra hooks (Part of PS3MAPI)
      • Block update from disc

      [ @aldostools 's Changes ]
      • Improved PSX media type support, now it supports following disc types
      • 2048 // 2352 // 2336 // 2448 *
      • Improved Video mode patch with proper region detection Original COBRA payload was relying on ps1emu's detection method, now COBRA has extra pre-processing that can detect region properly and force apply correct refresh rate depending on the game's region.
      • Improved PS3MAPI functions
      • * Added PEEK/POKE (LV1/LV2) as PS3MAPI opcodes (syscall8)
      • * Added option to block access and request access to syscall8 using a key
      • also as PS3MAPI opcodes
      • * Added temporary disablement of Cobra syscall8 to allow dumpers peek 0x1000 to 0x9800
      • * BASIC_PLUGIN hash is commented.

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    NoBD version (NoBD applied by @bitsbubba)
    : via psx-place Forums

    (NoBD CFW's are designed for PS3's with a broken BD / Logic Board and unable to start anything from the XMB, NoBD CFW makes those consoles useful once again)

    (Find Additional 4.82 PS3 CFW & Homebrew updated for 4.82 >>> LINK)
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2017 at 8:39 PM
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Comments

Discussion in 'PS3 News' started by STLcardsWS, Dec 3, 2017.

    1. pinky
      pinky
      yeah, @atreyu187 was telling me there's a higher degree of a hard brick with a NAND model when it comes to manipulating the flash. he has an e3 though. I've always had a slim aside from that short time I had a phat which ylod within 8 minutes of turning it on. I returned it and got a slim. I always test my flash files before I upload them just in case I make a mistake. since I don't know which firmware that came from, look at the changes (near the top) and make the changes yourself. look for gamedebug.
    2. pinky
      pinky
      btw, alphabetizing might be in the file I supplied. that file contains the sorting mechanic for dlc/game updates/etc.
    3. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      my bad those 2 entries only show up in Debug game category xml so best way to remove the 2 entries is to replace that xml with the original but if they're looking at your dev_flash they have allot more reasons to fry you then a simple xml file
    4. pinky
      pinky
      if he replaces the file with the original, install packages won't show up. ;)
    5. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      that's what they wanted, as if that one xml file is going to make a difference
      pinky likes this.
    6. ashmodeo
      ashmodeo
      I was saying that a can still install packages files using QA flag debug menu.
      Anyway your right about xml goin missing might be suspicious to sony assuming they're spying, i will think about restoring package manager but will keep my app_home hided seems not necesary to me
    7. Metalomeus
      Metalomeus
      Will Cobra 7.55 be available for Rebug Lite ??
    8. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      If $0n¥ is spying there's always the overall different size of the installed FW, the extra folder with Cobra payload, extra sprx files added, etc..
      ashmodeo and Spawn like this.
    9. aldostools
      aldostools
      If you can't wait for the update of 7.55, download stage2.bin from dev_blind to PC, edit it with HxD, search for "ASIA0" and change it to "_DEL_", save and upload the modified file to PS3

      This will affect only the games with title id ASIA-0xxxx, but will fix the bug caused when PSN games are deleted with CFW syscalls disabled.

      Alternatively you can replace "GUST0", "KOEI3" or "KTGS3" instead of "ASIA0".
    10. thefakesound
      thefakesound
      New temperature feature in ps2 classics is a bit does not feet the screen when 720p “original” mode enabled
    11. pinky
      pinky
      @3141card has been trying to get the most optimal position for the temperature. however, as you probably know, it takes a long to test these things.
    12. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      while your at it how to change version string to 7.55 :)
    13. aldostools
      aldostools
      I think if you search the Hex Values "38 00 07 54" and change the last byte to 55 (byte position 0x3403).
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    14. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      ok that worked, one more say I'm working with 7.53 and also want to add the 7.54 fix is there a way to do that
    15. aldostools
      aldostools
      Replace one of these "GUST0", "KOEI3" or "KTGS3" with "_INST" or "_INST_" (anyway only 5 characters will be compared).
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    16. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      thanks Aldo!! you made me very happy :)
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    17. aldostools
      aldostools
      So now you have a semi-Cobra 7.55... at least until Joon compile it for 4.81 / 4.82.
      Alexander and bitsbubba like this.
    18. bitsbubba
      bitsbubba
      I'm going to compile my semi-Cobra 7.55 upate into Rebug Toolbox so whenever I reinstall 4.81.2 I can just use the updater to update from 7.5 to semi-7.55 :)
      Alexander and aldostools like this.
    19. Drag
      Drag
      thank you very much @ Joonie for the updating and thank you also to all involved them
    20. LuanTeles
      LuanTeles
      Trying to update the REBUG 4.81.2 with the toolbox says no Payloader update found o_O

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