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Thread: Hidden System Menu Discovered for Sony's PS3, PSP and PS Vita

  1. #11
    PSPSwampy Guest
    Not a menu, I totally agree (A menu suggests additional functionality - like being able to actually DO something)

    Quote Originally Posted by 1Panic View Post
    of random numbers and letters and what looks like half asked email addresses.
    Not random, that is version numbers, driver details etc. The "half asked email addresses" (as you call them) are actually what look like source control repository locations (looks like subversion to me) the ####@ appears to be the revision in the repository... i.e. [email protected]

    Not much use without the repositories though, more of an interesting find like CJ said.


  2. #12
    shorty021606 Guest
    Actually you only have to hit d-pad left once then let go of the start button.

  3. #13
    DemonoidMaster Guest
    Just tried this and was amazed for about 10 seconds... might not be much but it's still pretty cool that the PS3 still hides so many secrets (how ever useless they might be, who knows.. maybe this will help in any way possible ya know)

  4. #14
    roman5566 Guest
    this is an awesome find... i'm really intrigued like the other poster said ... hidden/secret info still being found, so maybe someone will stumble upon something that is really interesting... good post thanks

  5. #15
    Foo Guest
    I wanna know how he found this. Pressing random buttons much?

  6. #16
    kdobbin667 Guest
    cool gonna have to check it out, i ordered one last week from china.

  7. #17
    Ezio Guest
    It is just a nice trick, it shows version.txt from dev_flash\vsh\etc.

  8. #18
    KyoFujibayashi Guest
    yes, is only a nice trick

  9. #19
    dkcsn Guest
    cool stuff

  10. #20
    mushy409 Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Foo View Post
    I wanna know how he found this. Pressing random buttons much?
    Button-slappers always find the cool stuff

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