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  1. #1
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    Hidden System Menu Discovered for Sony's PS3, PSP and PS Vita

    Today Ragioustroll has announced the discovery of a hidden System Menu which is present on Sony's PS3, PSP and PS Vita consoles.

    Below are the details via the PlayStation 3 Dev Wiki with some additional pictures HERE, as follows:

    More System Information

    How to get this
    • Go to Settings > System > System Information
    • Press simultaneously R1 + L1 + DPad Left + Square for a few seconds
    • Release those buttons then immediately press the start button (and keep it hold)

    First Section

    First part is about sections on other chips:

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    Second Section

    Second part of the screen follows structure from Index.dat (if you use spoofer, the data will show the spoofed strings) and explains about revisioning of dev_flash files:

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  2. #2
    babyjoe00069 Guest
    And we would want to go to this screen because??

  3. #3
    CJPC Guest
    Just an interesting find really - makes you wonder what else may be hidden that has yet to be uncovered. Any hidden menus are always cool - be it consoles, phones or even tv's!

  4. #4
    cfwprophet Guest
    A normal user won't go to that screen in case of he could'nt do anything with this information. You even have read about that it comes from Playstation 3 Dev Wiki where Dev stands for Developer ?

  5. #5
    condorstrike Guest
    Well I played with it bit, the only thing I found was that... "if you guys want it to stay static without holding down start."

    1) Just hold start... press up, down, left, right, on D-pad.. like going up/down on list.
    2) then press and hold PS button as if to turn off system/controller.
    3) Let go of start.
    4) press PS button again to exit.

    and that's it... you have it static on the screen
    and of course O will exit.

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    GrandpaHomer Guest
    Doesn't work on Vita though ...

    Sent from my Desire HD using Tapatalk.

  7. #7
    cfwprophet Guest
    Sure it works it's also shown in a other thread from Nabnab/silow here: http://www.ps4news.com/forums/psp-ps...tml#post403553

  8. #8
    Scaper Guest
    Holding start down for about 10 seconds before releasing also makes it static.

  9. #9
    sinota Guest
    What's the main purpose of this menu; is it just to obtain info on some of the specs?

  10. #10
    1Panic Guest
    Like I said it's not a "menu" do I need to put down the definition of a menu?

    All that shows is a "list" of random numbers and letters and what looks like half asked email addresses.

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