Thread: Download PS3 SDK and Tools
It is obvious that it is different because it's a Debug Update not Retail Update and also if you make the calculation of MD5 obtain different values between the two updates
Sorry bud maybe I didn't explain. I know the md5 is not the same as there two different files, I meant the files within the pup are different in a number of ways, nothing to do with md5.
I ask you to md5 the files you uploaded so I am 100% sure we are working with the same files. After I decompile the pups I am using other apps to compare the 3.50 pups not md5.
Sorry maybe this is due to my poor knowledge of english. I did not understand exactly what you're trying to compare.
I can assure you that the update file comes from an official source, I have only limited to create an .rar archive.
Thats cool my Italian friend, i understand how I can be misleading.
OK download the attachment I have added. then rename the file md5.nfo to md5.exe
then run md5.exe and click on the " Create an MD5 checksum".
Then a window will pop up asking for the file you wish to create a code for. choose your 3.55 debug firmware, and then it will give you a md5 code. then upload the 3.55 debug firmware. Then tell me where it is and paste the md5 code you created on here.
MD5 code for MD5.nfo and MD5.exe, same code E5A1A4A431C25A1D8B2428066487FC45
Unfortunately actually i don't own the other Debug Updates but i think that is only a matter of time
Although nothing new to most PS3 hackers, the LulzSec group have leaked the source code for the Sony developer network today via their Twitter for those interested: http://www.mediafire.com/?ev1zo010c020764 (55MB)
Sorry ConsoleDev, I thought you said you had the 3.50, 3.55 and the 3.56 debug firmware.
Thanks for that Boss, no I didn't know. Maybe I should became a hacker and keep up. lol Thanks.
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No you're wrong, I said: "I think I found the Debug Firmware 3.50 / 3.60 and 3.55 But I have no way to test".
I will not fill up unnecessarily the discussion of my comments. When I get the chance, will release publicly the other Debug Updates
Thanks for the news Boss, this could also mean a complete intrusion into the site with a release of files on it?
I see you found them but you don't have them? so you can't upload for me to test them for you like I thought you wanted?
I think I understand.