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    cfwprophet Guest

    ProgSkeet PS3 Guide

    After a lot off confusion and no single guide i could found on net i decided to write my own one so others have detailed information and all they need in one package.

    Special thx goes to mushy409 for the information about tristate low.

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    Thanks for sharing the guide cfwprophet and +Rep!

  3. #3
    elser1 Guest
    excellent work mate.. big thanks and +rep also.

  4. #4
    racer0018 Guest
    Never thought of that. Great job.

  5. #5
    cfwprophet Guest
    I have put the wrong pictures into the pack so here are the high res one.

    Boss could you please update my first post with this package ? thx

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    Thumbs Up

    Done, I have moved the new pack to the first post and replaced the old one with it now.

  7. #7
    moja Guest
    Tutorial was easy to follow and understand. Thanks for this cfwprophet!

  8. #8
    shummyr Guest
    awesome tutorial cfwprophet, thanks alot for making for the average joe to understand and be able to follow

  9. #9
    racer0018 Guest
    if anyone needs help verifying their ps3 dump or can't get it to write the whole flash let me know and I will be more then willing to help. Thanks

  10. #10
    cfwprophet Guest
    The tutorial solve the write problem. So it mainly is to set tristate to low with soldering a wire from gnd to gp2 on the progskeet pcb and to use a lower version of WinSkeet with libusb0 and the option single word program.

    Thats it. But the main trick is to set tristate to low. This will do all the job like mushy409 sayed to read/write what ever you want and everything is working on Win7 with 64 Bit too.

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