Really friggin' cool! Definitely best news I've seen since... well, there has been a lot of good news since PSJB... but it still at the top of my list.
Unpack Official PSN PKG's isn't possible with it, right ?
Can you not install those and then see what's there?
force_package_npdrm v1.50 + psn_package_npdrm v1.00
Here is an update and PDF guide, I will add them to the first post also: FORCE_PACKAGE_NPDRM V1.50 + PSN_PACKAGE_NPDRM V1.00
Changelog: 11/11/10 - V1.50 - Updates
- Based on SONY's "MAKE_PACKAGE_NPDRM Rev. 1732"
- Repackaging of SDATA DRM'ed files
- Repackaging of TROPHY directory
cool tool, i like it. i am able to repack PSN pkg now.
install PSN pkg to PS3
copy back to PC
repack the game to pkg file
is this possible to repack Retail game to PKG? just start the game like PSN game.. no need backup manager.
Re-Installing PSN Games with original k_licensee (where's the license located?)
So I'm just pissin' around inside my system and figured I'd attempt to back everything up that I wanted to keep (deleted all my crap first, then backed-up all that showed in dev_hddo). The formatted my HD, I know I know.
Attempting to reinstall my PSN Game Downloads, like Cuboid and Sudoku, I've managed to repack them into .pkg's using the force_repackage tool. Installed them, etc. But they wouldn't boot from XMB, swapped the eboot.bin the package installed with my backed-up version, and voila! It tells me I can play it if I renew the license.
Only catch, I'm running on 28k dial-up here in Alaska, and can't connect to PSN.
I believe the issue is with the "k_licensee" of the SFO config file... does anyone know where I might find this in my backups to USB?
I'd like to get a couple of these games working again...
Hey mate, this tool enables to repackage directories. It does not bypass the licence file !
If you want to reinstall your games, you need to backup the associated .RIF file (they are in your "home" directory).
We are working on removing the need of these licence files.
Progress has been done
Heden / DeLiGhT'2010
.Rif's in the "home"
Cheers, man, I'll loook into it. I should have that around here somewhere.
Nice one Heden, always good to hear that progress is being made from the source. love the tools by the way. very cool.