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October 15, 2010 // 8:40 pm - Just under a month ago stoker25 released a PS3 Registry xRegistry.sys File Editor, and today he has followed up on the PlayStation 3 utility and released PS3 Multi Tool version 0.2.

Download: PS3 Multi Tool v0.2

To quote: I decided that a registry editor wasn't enough, since I love to mess with file formats I thought I'd make a program that would (try to) open them all!

Features:

• PUP file viewer and extractor
• Registry (xRegistry.sys) editor
• SCE header viewer
• Homebrew unfself -- no need for SDK!
• anything else anybody wants to add!

Changelog: (Key: + = new, - = fixed, * = todo)

v0.2:

• + SCE header loading
• + UnFSELF (for decrypted SELFs only)
• * SELF decryption
• * Update PKG decryption
• * Reorganise SCEEditor form

v0.15:

• + Implemented xRegistry.sys Editor
• * new setting feature
• * change setting type

v0.1:

• + PUP loading
• + PUP extraction
• * PUP creation

ToDo:

• Registry - new setting feature
• Registry - change setting type
• PUPFile - PUP creation
• SCE - SELF decryption
• SCE - Update PKG decryption
• SCE - Reorganise SCEEditor form
• PDB file editor
• SFD system file editor
• FIX FORM RESIZING SO IT ACTUALLY WORKS

PS3 Multi Tool 0.2 Arrives, View / Extract PUP Files and More!

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#13 - TheRouLetteBoi - April 1, 2015 // 12:07 am
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ooh my, thanks for this

#12 - KustomPS3 - March 31, 2015 // 9:11 pm
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Thank you for posting this

#11 - DaHandy - December 16, 2014 // 5:48 pm
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Thank you!

#10 - lionsfan420 - October 20, 2013 // 8:27 pm
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Talk about knockin the dust off

#9 - AustinK - October 20, 2013 // 4:30 pm
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Is there anyway to compile some of these files? That way we could look at the source or at least the language they use to write them in?

#8 - johnnyknt - September 9, 2011 // 11:48 pm
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thanks man

#7 - truce69 - August 30, 2011 // 7:50 am
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Great program! I am an introductory level programmer and this is interesting to see the file types that make up this file.

#6 - slow123 - October 16, 2010 // 10:07 am
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Could you please take a look at .rif files. Stored at hdd0\home\user(0000001)\exdata. Think they are licenses for dlc.

What I did find with these files is if you open them with notepad and find the set of title characters (ie. xxxxxx-xxxxxxxxx_00-xxxxxxxx) The 1st character from that title is the 2nd to last character from your username. Dont know if that means anything.

Could do with a .rif file from someone else who has the same dlc game just to compare the files. But i'm guessing these files will be signed as well.

#5 - datalogger - October 16, 2010 // 4:53 am
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This has the same bug reading some registry files as the xregistry program did.

It trys to pass a null when the registy doesn't have an entry it expects, causing an unhandled exception.
I posted a message to stoker25 about this, after reading posts from others with the same problem, but I guess he didn't read the post..

it sets
public object Value;
but should set
public object Value=0;

#4 - tjay17 - October 15, 2010 // 9:45 pm
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Ok so with this we can hopefully use this to figure out a way to play 3.42 games.