• Homebrew, PS3 Hacks , 07.08.2013

    The german developer Iceman2012, author of many homebrew made ​​for the Playstation 3, is back with his latest work, Infoboot Remover.

    In the last firmware released by Sony is present at power up after the PS3 logo on the message photosensitive epilepsy, this form of epilepsy is caused by prolonged exposure to the images of the Playstation 3.

    We are all aware of the importance of the topic, the problems related to this disease, but on occasions but we decided to delete the message thus gaining those few stolen moments at boot time, we just install and start the homebrew Infoboot Remover .

    Note: It only works on Firmware 4.46 CEX German and English

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    Thanks to @Simonbuck for the member news!

    For those on other firmwares than 4.46, please visit this link:
    [Tutorial] How To Edit PS3 Epilepsy Warning On CFW

    Discuss in Forums (16)


  • 16 Comments

    1. tjhooker73
      08-04-2013
      05:04 PM
      1

      Ummm wasn't there already a way to change/remove it. Oh well still good work

      Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 2

    2. Simonbuck
      08-04-2013
      05:10 PM
      2

      Originally Posted by tjhooker73
      Ummm wasn't there already a way to change/remove it. Oh well still good work

      Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 2
      There is here http://www.ps3hax.net/showthread.php...light=epilepsy

      A bit long winded, this seems to be a one click solution ?

    3. poorguy
      08-06-2013
      12:33 PM
      3

      Just used it.. Works like a charm.... Easy and Simple...

    4. SuperDre
      08-07-2013
      06:30 AM
      4

      Why sony didn't just make a setting is something I never understood, just like the removal of the PS3 logo before running a game, I Liked that logo, but I really do not like the new warnings you have to watch everytime you start a move-enabled game.. Why not also let people just disable the warning (it's a systemlevel warning, not 'compiled' into the specific game).

    5. JonahUK
      08-07-2013
      06:32 AM
      5

      Originally Posted by SuperDre
      Why sony didn't just make a setting is something I never understood, just like the removal of the PS3 logo before running a game, I Liked that logo, but I really do not like the new warnings you have to watch everytime you start a move-enabled game.. Why not also let people just disable the warning (it's a systemlevel warning, not 'compiled' into the specific game).
      For "Move" and "3D" warnings, you should be able to edit the SFO to remove them.

    6. RCFProd
      08-07-2013
      06:33 AM
      6

      It only works for 4.46 CFW, that's a shame.

    7. AsSiTcH
      08-07-2013
      11:44 AM
      7

      Thanks for the app!

    8. DEFAULTDNB
      08-07-2013
      12:18 PM
      8

      Does not work: Rebug Rex 4.46.1.

    9. AlexBaka
      08-07-2013
      01:40 PM
      9

      little bit off-topic:
      i had laser surgery on my eyes 2 days ago and i was shocked when i saw this blury image with infoboot, thought for a sec that smthing is wrong. Don't scare me anymore so much pls :3

      p.s. it's a nice fix will use it as soon as possible, don't like this forced thing on start

    10. maneo
      08-07-2013
      01:55 PM
      10

      Works on Rebug 4.46.1, it removes the text but not the blur effect. Anyway, it's a great and simple tool, but it messed up with some of the system's text and options

    11. SuperDre
      08-07-2013
      02:10 PM
      11

      Originally Posted by JonahUK
      For "Move" and "3D" warnings, you should be able to edit the SFO to remove them.
      But that's more work than a setting.. I don't play pirated games, I only play my original discs.

    12. GregoryRasputin
      08-07-2013
      02:32 PM
      12

      Originally Posted by SuperDre
      But that's more work than a setting.. I don't play pirated games, I only play my original discs.
      So if you aren't using your original disc, you are automatically a pirate ?
      That means if I back my game up, put the game in the case and playback the backup, im playing a pirate game ?

    13. trulex
      08-07-2013
      03:11 PM
      13

      You are the Face if you make it for all cfw.

    14. SnitzelBurger
      08-13-2013
      01:29 AM
      15

      Originally Posted by DEFAULTDNB
      Does not work: Rebug Rex 4.46.1.
      Same happened on my Rex 4.46.1 Lite. Warning still appears.
      I then checked language under system settings and had to change from English (US) to English (UK). That sorted out the removal of the warning!

      Noticed a bug though in that when English (UK) is selected under languages it returns that 'Espanol' is now selected (tried selecting other languages to test the theory and it seems the languages in the list are now muddled). I'm guessing this bug is something to do with the InfoBoot Remover altering the language files... Hasn't seemed to otherwise damage the system though.

    15. zaphod
      08-16-2013
      12:14 AM
      16

      On rogero 4.46 (german lang) it worked

      OnRebug 4.46.1 Rex (german lang) the warning text is away but the blur effect is still there.. and it changed the lang setting to netherlands and Options like WMA will show as off... also the trophy message hider did not work...
      Installed the backup all is fine again...

      deinstalled the tool on rebug..