Ok we need some clarification on some things:
We know for a fact that many chips work with this like the AVR-USB-192, Teensy boards and AT90USBKEY and lots more...
The thing is that its getting mixed reviews, i mean one part of ppl (Usually the ones with teensy) cant put the backups on the internal drive.
While others (Usually with the AT90USBKEY and AVR-USB-192 ) Claim that everything works like a clock, and they can transfer games to the internal harddrive...
There is circulating some rumors too that it sometimes depends on what flashtool u use (Like WinAVR or FLIP)
Which is it? Do we have any confirmation on what really works or not? Or is it a "Maybe" with everything?
However, your 1st choice should be 16MHz, then 8 and only if you cant find either one, then go with 12MHz. Its custom for simple usb devices to have a 16MHz oscilator.
so if i get one of these chips, flash it with "patched psgroove" will i be able to backup games and play from external??
Many thanks in advance
Video : OpenKubuk in action
I have attached a newer blackcatusb-fixed-leds hex for flashing and the manager pkg.
This hex is recompiled with working leds, the blue led now lights up once exploit is running blue led turns off "basically lets you know you did everything right"
Also thanks evilsperm for your well written instructions I have included these with the zip.
Can anyone confirm that they are using a ATAVRXPLAIN board on there ps3?
Thanks for the help, however I have read all 58 pages of this thread and keep constantly updated, yes there are guides but I wanted to double check someone here was using the ATAVRXPLAIN before I went out and purchased it naively, and I never gave much attention to the guides, I would imagine you simply put the Board into DFU then use the Atmel Programmer to load your HEX.
ITT: Ordered it now. 1 left in stock.