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    Mathieulh: PS Jailbreak can be dumped easily

    With the steep price of PSJailbreak , and the possibility of the USB being useless/blocked after a firmware update, many are eagerly waiting for an alternative solution. While we wait for the devs to get in their units, Mathieulh has tweeted encouraging news on his Twitter a few hours ago:
    The exact chip for the psjailbreak dongle has been identified, looks like dumping it will be easy.
    We encourage all of you to wait before spending money on buying the PS Jailbreak USB dongle, it is only a matter of time before we get a free/alternative version.

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    nice, better then have too spend around 120 euro for a usb stick

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    Remember in 3.41 Sony issued a firmware update that allows automatic updating, with out user consent. I suggest everyone turns it off. Im sure dev's will be hard at work once we get the dumps

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    Quote Originally Posted by gliitch View Post
    Remember in 3.41 Sony issued a firmware update that allows automatic updating, with out user consent. I suggest everyone turns it off. Im sure dev's will be hard at work once we get the dumps
    That feature is only for PlayStation Plus subscribers.


    Please do not PM me with help/questions (I will not reply). Use this for your questions.
    PS3 Hacks

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    Oh, so we have nothing to worry about with the whole automatic updates then?

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    i am a playstation plus subscriber and in the details it says that the system updates still had to be accepted before it installs. ill try and give a link when i find it again.
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    as promised here is the confirmation
    http://uk.playstation.com/ps3/suppor...atic-Download/

    this feature can also be disabled as i already have done.

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    it will download the update but not install it.

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    Ah ok neat, i just wanted everyone to be safe, so we can use this window of opportunity to the fullest. This PSJB has spread like wildfire across the net. Im curious as to what Sony will say, and at the same time i dont really want to know XD. Im glad we are making more progress. I cant wait until they release the dumps. ahah here dump means to go for a sh*t XD

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    Sorry, I know I'm getting off topic, but...

    Can I switch HDDs without losing data? So if I would change my HDD for testing, could I later put the OLD HDD back into the PS3 WITHOUT having to erase it???

    Again, sorry to bother you...

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    You can only have one HDD in, as the PS3 Syncs its data with that hard disk, if you were to take it out and put it in again, it isnt a problem, its only when you put a different hard disk in - without using Sonys backup feature first (as it contains specific files and such)

    Then it will ask you to erase it. There's no need to apologize Just make a new topic or search the forums next time There are ways to clone two different disks with out it asking to erase, the information you'd need is in the forums

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