PS3 Super Slim BRICK !!!

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    Hello guys
    My problem was also presented in the title
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    it is an EXPLOITED BY HAN , and yesterday I tried to add some touches to the system and the XMB i've changed the sound of the beginning and the logo successfully
    but I have added a file I do not remember what it was after that
    my PS3 restarted and it started to appear on the screen that
    the Playstation works but changed the accuracy to 720 × 576 And nothing is ever shown
    after that I tried to change the HDMI Cable -NOT WORKING-
    I tried SAFE MODE ALL Options but nothing work just stuck or restart
    if there's Soulution Please Help
     
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    I would say Try to format the hdd or use another one, but u can't trust me bc im a forum noob ‍:kiwi fruit:
     
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    NOTHING WORK DUDE
     
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    this should be a soft brick which can be fixed by reinstalling the firmware. you can't access the core os if doing what you were doing, so it shouldn't be a hard brick. try removing the hdd, then powering on the system. it should kinda get to the xmb, fade, then say no system storage detected. now, reinsert the hdd, and reinstall the firmware.
     
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    Afaik he got emmc model. So nand.
     
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    is that more susceptible to hard bricks? I remember @atreyu187 telling me that his NAND system would sometimes get hard bricked from cosmetic changes while his NOR console would only get soft-bricked. I don't really understand why that is unless it's due to 90% of the flash being on the hdd. if that works here, reformatting the hdd might fix the problem.
     
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    its not working even i remove hdd or not
     
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    I dunno. I don't own one of those models.
     
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    Well, my friends
    I have a very good news that I have get back my PlayStation for life after R.I.P

    Solution is Downloading the update file 4.82 and install it on Soft Mode

    & it will works
     
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    Soft Mode?

    Get an older console with all the options to debrick and continue your flight.

    Greets.
     
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    I thought you said nothing worked. lol the recovery menu is in the core os, so it would be unaffected by anything you injected or even ftp'd, if you were on cfw.
     
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    You said that you tried ALL safe mode options, but you didn't tried to reinstall firmware?
     
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    LoL hahaha forgot its a soft or safe bro :(
     
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    Well Yup in the first time when i opened the Software update from SAFE MODE i get black screen When im try it second time it works :)
     
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    I have a ps3 supr slim cech4004c it recently
    Get bricked by flashing a bad hex file on it . When i press the power button i turn on for two second after that it turn off
    Is it soft or hard brick ?
    I removed hard drive and start it but not fixed
    Should i use e3 flasher to flash it with backup hex file
     
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