PS3 NOR & NAND Auto Patcher v4.70 By darkjiros

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By STLcardsWS on Feb 25, 2015 at 1:53 AM
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    Here comes another 4.70 related release as Ps3 Developer darkjiros has updated the very popular and useful utility used for Downgrading Console. The NOR & NAND Auto Patcher now has support for the recently released official firmware update of 4.70 If you have a downgradable PS3 (and a hardware flasher), you may want to checkout this Auto Patcher for your NOR / NAND dumps. [break]ss[/break[

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Discussion in 'PS3 News' started by STLcardsWS, Feb 25, 2015.

    1. darkjiros
      darkjiros
      My Tested (E3 Flasher - Console : 200x/210x/250x)
      - OFW 4.70 NOR flash backup
      - Using 4.70 Auto Patcher
      - Nor Patched flashing
      - Rebug 3.55.3 999 firmware installation
      - Using Rebug ToolBox QA Flag activated
      - OFW 3.55 firmware installed
      Last edited: Jun 3, 2015
    2. littlebalup
      littlebalup
      4.70?... Not 4.75? ;)
    3. szunyi84
      szunyi84
      I wondered too...:D
    4. darkjiros
      darkjiros
      Not tested OFW 4.75....
    5. littlebalup
      littlebalup
      So, ... I do not understand :confused:
    6. seedlord
      seedlord
      Hey i have some question.
      Would you like to help me. My friend updated his 4.70 cfw to 4.75 ofw.
      I have a Backup from 2014 i think it was with 4.46 cfw.
      Can i patch this Backup with Autopatcher 4.70?
      And then can I flash it and install 4.75 cfw?

      And one more question.
      After he updated to actual ofw what happened to the games in internal hdd? Are they deleted?
      And if he goes online now with DVD games on ofw will it be a risk of ban because there could be some homrbrew or cfw related stuff in the internal hdd?

      Sorry for the many questions.
      Thanks in advance
    7. littlebalup
      littlebalup
      Yes

      normally, not. If you didn't formated the system.

      yes, there is a potential risk. To avoid it, you should format the system. but you'll lost your datas.
    8. seedlord
      seedlord
      Is it the same risk as I would use psnpatch disabling cfw?
      I ask because with cfw the homebrew stuff and games are also store in internal hdd.

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