- Join Date
- Apr 2005
The PSN Tool 2.0 for PS3 is Now Available from SKFU and iQD
Today PS3 homebrew developers SKFU and iQD (with some coding by Pillum) have released their latest creation, a PC application they call the PSN Tool version 2.0 for PlayStation 3 users!
Download: The PSN Tool 2.0 for PS3
To quote: Yep, we are still alive guys! To proove that, today our public release of our newest creation.
The PSN Tool Feature list:
- Patchscan in 45(!) PSN environments
- Range & scan
- Direct PKG file download
- PSN Registration
- Store Collection
- User Info
- User Trophy Info
User Info & Trophy Info Details:
To use those features you require keyfiles. For doubts about the legal situation we won't include those in the download package.
To get information/trophies about the user of your choice, enter his/her nickname in the "Input nickname here..." field, choose the region he lives in via the table next to it (USA/EU/JAP) and press "User Info" or "Trophy Info".
If we find the time we may release an update as there still a lot on the TODO-list:
1) Implement PCPSN chat
2) Search patch by gamename
3) Show game rating
4) Official PS3 Store via PC
Be sure you have installed:
- Visual C++ 2008 Redistributables
- OpenSSL 32Bit or OpenSSL 64Bit
Code by Pillum, iQD and SKFU
- SKFU & iQD
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11-13-2010 #2xMotorhead Guest
where can i find the userkey.txt ?
11-13-2010 #3CJPC Guest
11-13-2010 #4xMotorhead Guest
what about the rating key?
- Join Date
- Apr 2005
CJPC already passed out sorry, I will have him post it when he gets on tomorrow unless someone else beats him to it though.
Update: SKFU said there is no rating key needed for this version.
11-13-2010 #6y2kkingboy Guest
Nice and fantastic development, but again sometimes I feel that I'm the harbinger of weird cases;
for me it keeps scanning and nothing is pulled up.
11-13-2010 #7xMotorhead Guest
same thing to me, maybe is because rating key is needed.
11-13-2010 #8Redg Guest
with this tool we can get full games debug links?
11-13-2010 #9modmate Guest
11-13-2010 #10gtxboyracer Guest
Time to pull out the reverse engineer tool - and find out what's going on... I had worked on my own personal PSN tool for finding PSN information (developmentlife.blogspot.com/2010/04/screen-shots-of-current-progress-for-my.html)