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    PRX Loader v1.05 (Unofficial) Arrives, Adds PS3 4.60 CFW Support

    Following up on the previous updates, today PlayStation 3 developer tpryor (aka haxxxen) updated the VSH Plugin to PRX Loader v1.04 followed by another unofficial update to v1.05 followed by v1.06u / v1.07 from Joonie (which adds PS3 4.60 / 4.65 CFW support respectively), v1.08 (4.66 CFW support), v1.09 (4.70 CEX support), v1.10U (4.70 DEX support) and several MAMBA PRX Loader updates from _NzV_ and Orion alongside PRX Mamba Loader v1.01, v1.02 and v1.03 by aldostools with details below.

    Download: / prx_load_1.05.rar / prx_load_1.05.rar (Mirror) / PRX_LOADER_1.06U_by_Joonie.pkg / Source.rar / PRX_LOADER_107.pkg (Unofficial) / PRX Mamba Loader.pkg v1.01 / PRX Mamba Loader.pkg v1.01 (Fix) / PRX Mamba Loader.pkg (Installs WebMAN 1.30.26) / PRX_Mamba_Loader_v1.01.pkg (Mirror) / PRX Mamba Loader.pkg (v1.02) / PRX_Mamba_Loader.v1.02.pkg (Mirror) / PRX_Mamba_Loader.v1.03.pkg / Mamba Source Code (WIP) by aldostools / (PSL1ght) / mamba_map_paths.rar by haxxxen (aka tpryor) / prxloader.pkg (v1.08) / prxloader_1.08U.pkg / prxloader_1.09.pkg / prxloader.pkg (Mirror) / prxloader.v1.10.pkg / prxloader110.pkg (Mirror) / PRX_Loader_1.10.rar / PRX_Mamba_Loader.v1.03.pkg / GIT / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.pkg / PRX_Loader_U_1.11.pkg by _NzV_ / Prx Loader v1.12.rar by Orion / prxloader.pkg (U1.12) / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.pkg (v2.1.4) (Supports 4.76) by _NzV_

    From tpryor: I have done some different tests now with this core thing from mirala tijera, to autoboot prxloader, but without any luck.

    Then i have looked into the sysmanager source (new_core) from estwald (to be found:, and this one is a bit different to mirala tijera's sys_init_osd.self. it is said on his github page, that it can wait for xmb.

    I have took a look on the source and saw that this core really does wait to initialize xmb and then loads sm.self, which is perfect for other selfs, which depend on a fully loaded xmb, just like prx loader. also it does not interfere with boot times like the one from mirala tijera.

    This new_core.self i have renamed to sys_init_osd.self and copied it via toolbox on rex 4.21 to devflash/sys/internal and replaced the original one.. now i have resigned prx loader to a retail self file and renamed it to sm.self. then i have copied it via toolbox to devflash root.

    Finally prxloader now gets fully autobooted without any user interaction. the plugins, i want to be loaded are still defined in the plugins.txt in original prx loader folder and also the payloads.

    The installation procedure, can be done securely via a pkg and with core flags. the manual can be found on estwald's git page. Finally I have found a different method than ccapi, to autoboot plugins without cobra.

    I want to add prxloader as an additional self to be loaded or installed with core flags in new_core source, but first i have to get latest psl1ght installed and running. unluckily it does not compile on this old vm from evilsperm.

    I attach the default install_core.pkg and default prxloader v1.04 resigned to retail self and renamed to sm.self.. you will need prxloader installed for plugins.txt and payloads. Edit plugins.txt in prxloader installation path.

    1. Just install the install_core.pkg and run it. it will install new core automatically.
    2. Copy folders from dev_usb000 folder to flash drive and put it into rightmost port (dev_usb000) and boot PS3.

    It will install sm.self (prxloader) to devflash root and reboot afterwards. If any loaded plugin will freeze ps3, you can use that ignoresm flag file and put it into core_flags folder on flash drive and reboot ps3 with it attached. It will not load prxloader and also not any plugins and you can remove the broken plugin from plugins.txt

    After the use of flags, they get renamed to "_xyz", so if you want to reuse the flag file, you have to remove that "_" character.

    From Joonie: Holy cow, this is what I WANTED Thank haxxxen, I knew you would've made this by the way here (linked above) is the unofficial PRX loader 1.05 that supports CFW 4.60. Again thanks to user, aldostools, team cobra.

    This supports only 4.21 CEX/DEX / 4.46 CEX/DEX / 4.50 CEX / 4.53 CEX / 4.60 CEX. I'd suggest this build for only CFW 4.60 users, others just use 1.04 loader that was released by user , I contacted him regarding this loader to have him release the official one.

    This one is indeed "un-official" and I'd like have user to release the official one when he gets a chance. He is able to release one that supports more CFW revisions.

    Update: From Joonie comes Unofficial PRX loader 1.06 [Updated by Joonie] followed by v1.07 with the following changes:

    PRX Loader v1.06 Unofficial:
    • Added support for CFW 4.65 CEX
    • Plugin's default path is now set to "dev_hdd0/boot_plugins.txt" [it is the same as Cobra's CFW]
    • 4.50 DEX support is fixed due to proper compilation

    PRX Loader v1.07 Unofficial:
    • 4.65 DEX support
    • plugin's default path is now set to "dev_hdd0/game/PRXLOADER/plugins.txt" [it is the same as the original PRX loader by user ] Due to various VSH plugin loader usages on various Cobra cfw builds. plugin path is changed back to the original.

    Sorry about the late release, I made this some time ago when developing 4.65 REX CFW.

    For developers:

    When building Cobra CFW, please use "release" stage1, otherwise PRX Loader won't work when Cobra is disabled. for ex) all Standard Cobra CFW 4.46-4.55, Rebug 4.53.1 and etc.

    Special Thanks:
    • U$er

    Many thanks to user for his original source code, special thanks to aldostools for his awesome Getsymbol tool.

    PRX Mamba Loader v1.01 PKG by aldostools

    This tool (linked above) can be used to load webMAN with PS3 ISO support on non-Cobra CFW. The tool is based on IRISMAN. It simply loads the CFW payloads & patches, installs the mamba payload in memory and starts the VSH PRX loader with webMAN-MOD.

    Edit the included plugins.txt found in /dev_hdd0/game/IRISMAN01/USRDIR to load additional plugins.

    IMPORTANT: The webMAN's dynamic fan controller and psid/idps spoofer may not be working on 4.65 when loaded via PRX+Mamba Loader.

    Thanks to: Estwald, u$er, Joonie, Habib, deank, Cobra Team.

    Changelog (Sep 12/2014):
    • Updated with webMAN 1.30.23: Fixed the issue with idps/fan controller on 4.65

    Changelog (Sep 15/2014):
    • Currently load: webMAN 1.30.25
    • Fixed the issue with idps/fan controller on 4.65

    Changelog (09/17/2014):
    • It's another repack of the existing PRX+Mamba loader. This installs webMAN 1.30.26.

    Changelog v1.01:
    • Edit the included plugins.txt found in /dev_hdd0/game/IRISMAN01/USRDIR to load additional plugins.
    • Thanks to: Estwald, u$er, Joonie, Habib, deank, Cobra Team
    • Currently load: webMAN 1.30.29 (Cobra Edition - English-Only)
    • Fixed the issue with idps/fan controller on 4.65

    Changelog v1.02:
    • Currently load: webMAN MOD 1.31.00 (Cobra Edition - English-Only)
    • Added payloads for 4.66

    From aldostools: The tool is now updated with a new "hybrid" version of webMAN MOD 1.31.00 Cobra + nonCobra Edition.

    Note: The Cobra + nonCobra Edition is an hybrid version of webMAN MOD that mounts ISO using Cobra api, and mount the game rips in folders using multiMAN's payload from webMAN nonCobra edition.

    The reason of this hybrid version is due webMAN Cobra edition alone cannot mount game rips through the Cobra api (webMAN Cobra only can mount ISO with PRX+Mamba). However, this version of webMAN MOD can handle both PS3 game formats.

    A limitation is that once a game rip (folder) is mounted, the support for ISO is not allowed until the system is restarted and mamba is loaded again. But you can continue mounting games in folder format.

    Thanks to Joonie for help to test this workaround until a better solution can be found.

    Changelog 1.02 (2015-01-02):
    • Added Mamba with PS3 Manager API 1.0.2 by _NzV_ (CEX Only)
    • Added PRX Loader modded by _NzV_ (extended support for more CFW versions)

    Changelog 1.03 (2015-01-04):

    Update #2: PS3 developer haxxxen (aka tpryor) has now updated PSX Loader to PSL1ght (linked above) with details below, as follows:

    Just for the record, i have converted PRX Loader to psl1ght and merged it with newcore from estwald. this way you can really auto-load plugins on regular CFW just with newcore. i am still looking into merging payloads as-well into core, but i have no idea how to load them from the self file, cause merging works fine.

    Here is the first test version, but not with merged payloads. it works fine on 4.21, but i am too lazy at the moment to test out others. source is included, and if anybody wants to improve it, feel free to do so (after all i have no real clue about coding and i am only modifying things.)

    It only works for:
    • 4.21 cex/dex
    • 4.46 cex/dex
    • 4.50 cex/dex
    • 4.53 cex
    • 4.55 cex
    • 4.60 cex
    • 4.65 cex

    I had no other symbols and i am really too tired at time to search for others. I have included several checks, so that no soft-brick should occur if wrong firmware is present or even if a corrupt plugin is loaded. i have made a new flag named "removeprx", incase a plugin freezes XMB. it will unlink/delete plugins.txt, located at dev_hdd0/plugins.txt

    The installation only happens, if firmware is supported, otherwise pkg will triple beep and exit. only the right payload for the running CFW is installed, no other one. so for example on REBUG REX, you have to install the pkg 2 times, to get both payloads for both kernels. the pkg itself can be installed without problem on top of already installed prxcore.

    If somehow still prxcore is installed and cfw is not supported, it will also triple beep on reboot and not even load PRX Loader. also if somehow payload gets deleted located in dev_hdd0/tmp/payload_xxx.bin and is not detected, PRXLoader gets not loaded and only newcore is running.. sm.self is also still supported.

    I just forgot to mention, if you plugin a flash drive in usb000, PRX Loader will spit out some debug messages in a log, where you can see what exactly happens, or where is an error. ah, and also here is modified mamba with map_paths. i have compiled all payloads up to 4.65 only.

    It works fine if you load a cobra webman, or with ccapi installed a hybrid ccapi cobra version (though the syscall _sys_ppu_thread_exit has to be removed for a hybrid ccapi cobra version).

    I have noticed i have forgotten to include lv2memory protection removal for rebug 4.21/4.46, because i have patched it directly on my cfw. this is mandatory, otherwise prxloader will not work and shutdown ps3. sorry for that and i will make new one with included patches for these versions.

    I have included this 4.20 ppu-gcc toolchain with mamba. btw, the payload for prxloader can be compiled as well with this toolchain, but using 4.1.1 toolchain from cobra, makes the payload some bytes smaller i have noticed, and it is better than this one.

    You can even compile lv2kernel for cobra with this toolchain, but it breaks unluckily cobra stage2, which was already mentioned on here some time ago.

    From aldostools: These are 3 new payloads that I ported (they need to be tested). I hex edited the payload 4.46C and changed like the symbols like Joonie did for the other CEX/DEX payloads included in PRX+Mamba Loader.

    Hopefully they could be used to load webMAN on 3.55 and rebug 4.53.x (DEX kernel)

    Why that "hacky" way of porting the payloads? even though i love to use hexeditor myself and manipulating files.

    I have posted that you can compile the payloads better with 4.1.1 toolchain on linux. i have tried to compile that toolchain to windows, but i am not that good at linux and it has failed on me.
    besides, thank you much for this. i am pleased to try it for 3.55, which has deserved it.

    And also thanks for your modifications on webman, which have helped me much lately Why? LOL, simple: because I can

    I modified the prxcore to detect all cfw from 3.41 to 4.65 (4.66). Also try to load the payload file from different locations.

    Here is the compiled version:

    PRX Mamba Loader Changelog 1.03 (Feb 24/2015)
    • Updated mamba/prxloader payloads from PS3 Manager 1.1.1r2 project by _NzV_: (Added support 4.70 CEX)

    Update #3: PlayStation 3 developer _NzV_ has now made available PS3 Manager v0.1.1 Beta with the following modifications as detailed below:

    Download: ps3mapi_launcher_nocobra.pkg / ps3mapi_installer_darknet_cobra_465.pkg / PS3Lib_Mod_Demo.rar / SRC_PS3Lib_Mod_Demo.rar / PS3Lib v4.5 U.rar / (Compiled for Net4) by haxxxen

    PS3 Manager API PC Lib and Demo Tools Updated

    Download: PS3M_API_Demo_Tools.rar / GIT

    Change log: PS3ManagerAPI.dll v1.2.0:
    • Require webMAN-MOD v1.41.40 at least
    • Add features of PS3M_API v1.2.x (Get and set IDPS/PSID anytime, VSH plugins manager)
    • Bugfix: Fixed get and set memory on larger range (length > 65536)
    • Bugfix: Memory can now be get and set on address upper 0x7FFFFFFF

    PS3Lib v4.5 [Unofficial] and "Fake" CCAPI Updated

    Download: PS3M_API_Demo_Tools.rar / PS3Lib_v4.5.x_U.rar / PS3M_API (Mirror) / GIT / Fake_CCAPI.rar

    Change log:

    PS3Lib v4.5.1 (U):
    • Updated to support features of PS3ManagerAPI.dll v1.2.0
    • Require webMAN-MOD v1.41.40 at least

    "Fake" CCAPI v1.1:
    • Updated to support features of PS3ManagerAPI.dll v1.2.0
    • Require webMAN-MOD v1.41.40 at least

    [BETA] PS3 MANAGER v0.1.1

    PS3 Manager extend cobra (or mamba) by adding new features (see below), this also include an server/client application to do remote peek/poke and more in next release.

    For now its a beta a lot of think can be improved, but it works as well like this anyway.

    New Features Cobra/Mamba:
    • Peek and poke for any processes by pid (new syscall 8 opcode).
    • Set self/fself memory map flag to "RWX" for any processes (Allow to write to protected process memory).
    • Include modded psnpatch stealth extensions v2 by kw (Not remove syscall 8 like webman, add remove of syscall 1022 in mamba version only).

    PS3 Manager is compatible with removal of syscall by webMAN-Mod or PSNpatch (v4.66.30 at least), after removal of syscall with one of this tools you can always peek/poke any process and mount games (syscall 8 not removed).

    Server/Client App Features:
    • Support remote connexion wirelless or not.
    • Attach to any runing process (vsh, game, ...).
    • Peek memory from attached process.
    • Poke memory from attached process.

    PS3 Manager Launcher For CFW Non-Cobra Or Cobra Toogle Off:

    PS3 Manager Launcher is a modded version of MAMBA+PRX LOADER by Aldostools, who include my new mamba payload (based on source code from irisman 3.34), PS3Manager_API.sprx (server side for remote peek/poke), and webMan-MOD 1.34.04.

    Compatible firmwares: 4.46,4.50,4.53,4.55,4.60,4.65,4.66 CEX (I will add DEX support later, i miss some symbols now).

    • Install ps3mapi_launcher_nocobra.pkg.
    • Wait until XMB get back (take some times).
    • Done (If you reboot your ps3 you need to relaunch the app).

    PS3 Manager Installer For Cobra CFW:

    PS3 Manager Installer install a new stage2.bin and PS3Manager_API.sprx (server side for remote peek/poke). Thanks to Aldostools who made me in contact with Habib who me help to build stage2.bin.

    PS3 Manager Installer update stage2.bin who is on dev_flash so be careful, use of ps3 manager launcher is more safe (but need to toogle cobra off, and the launcher need to be launch on each times you boot your ps3).

    Compatible firmwares: DARKRNET COBRA 4.65 CEX ONLY! (based on source code from Joonie DCBR_465_SRC_092414, I will add more fw later if i can find source code for them).

    • Install ps3mapi_installer_darknet_cobra_465.pkg.
    • Launch "[DARKNET COBRA 4.65] PS3 Manager Installer".
    • Wait until your PS3 double beep and reboot it self (take some times), if it was only a simple beep and your ps3 direct get back to the xmb the installation was fail (cobra not detected? unable to find stage2.bin? ...).
    • Done (Unlike the launcher you dont need to redo this each time you boot your ps3 , you can also remove "[DARKNET COBRA 4.65] PS3 Manager Installer" from your ps3 if you want).

    PS3 Manager Source Code:

    I will release the source code of my modded mamba payload (is the same for cobra) and for the server side sprx with the next release i need to make it a little better first.

    PC Demo Tool + PS3Lib_Mod:

    The demo tools use PS3Lib_Mod.dll who is an updated version of PS3Lib v4.4 by iMCSx who include support for PS3 Manager.

    Update #4: PlayStation 3 developer _NzV_ has now made available a PS3 Manager API (PS3M_API) as detailed below:

    PS3 Manager API is an API similar to TMAPI or CCAPI, compatible with CEX and DEX console. It extend cobra or mamba features (see below), the api can be used in any ps3 plugins (vsh plugin, game plugin, ...) and homebrew, and it can be used remotely with an pc tools (and Android, iOs, ... is open source so anyone can port the pc library to any other support).

    There is two different versions of PS3M_API, one who include ps3m_api_core in stage2.bin for a native support of the api only for cobra cfw (ps3m_api_installer_cobra.pkg) and another with ps3m_api_core include in mamba for any cfw (ps3m_api_launcher_mamba.pkg).

    Download: ps3manager_api_mamba_launcher.pkg / PS3_Manager_API_Demo_Tools.rar / ps3manager_api_ps3_lib.rar / PS3MAPI_Demo.rar / Fake_PS3Lib.rar / ps3manager_api_mamba_launcher.pkg / ps3mapi_cobra_465_darknet_installer.pkg / PS3_Manager_API_Demo_Tools.rar (v1.1.1)
    Version 1.2 (11Mar15):
        Mamba Only : Fixed symbols for 4.46DEX.
        Mamba Only : Removed support for 4.30DEX.
    Version 1.2 (10Mar15):
        Add new function for vsh plugin management (ps3mapi_unload_vsh_plugin, ps3mapi_get_vsh_plugin_info).
        Add new function to get/set ipds and psid at anytime.
        Mamba Only : Fixed conflict with vsh_process.
        Mamba Only : syscall35 (map path) is now enabled.
    Version 1.1.1r2 (24Feb15):
       Add support for CFW 4.70 CEX (Mamba version).
    Version 1.1.1:
        Core: Improved check and disable syscall (now you can choose which syscall you want to check or disable).
        Core: Add partial disable syscall 8 (4 mode: fully enabled, keep cobra/mamba/ps3m_api features, keep only ps3m_api features, fake disable).
        Core: Better error management.
        PS3 Lib, PC Lib, Demo PC Tools, Fake PS3Lib.dll updated to include new core change.
        Server: webMAN-MOD 1.40.02 and more are compatible with this version.
        Improvement Mamba Only:
        Add syscall 11 (Full LV1 Peek unlike syscall8)
        Mamba no more need to reload a self to get vsh process.
        More cfw support up to 23 (cex+dex).
    Version 1.0.2
        Initial "stable" public release.
    COBRA/MAMBA New Features:

    • Get all process pid.
    • Get process name by pid.
    • Get process by pid.
    • Get current process.

    • Make all memory writable for any process.
    • Set process memory.
    • Get process memory.

    • Get all process module prxid.
    • Get module name by prxid.
    • Get module filename by prxid.
    • Load a process module.
    • Unload a process module.

    • Disable any syscall.
    • Partial disable syscall8.
    • Check any syscall.

    • Remove cobra/mamba hook.
    • KW Stealth extension (with some change to keep PS3M_API working if you use it).

    Improvement (Mamba only):
    • Add syscall 11 (Full LV1 Peek unlike syscall8)
    • Mamba no more need to reload a self to get vsh process.

    MAMBA version (Any CFW):

    Whats is it?

    The mamba version of PS3M_API is based on "MAMBA+PRX LOADER" by Aldostools who include the new version of mamba with ps3mapi_core, and a modded version of webMAN-MOD 1.34.09 who include the server side for remote use of the api.

    Note: The mamba version has one limitation, it cant set memory of vsh.self (only) process (from offset 0x10000 to 0x10000 + vsh_text_size), the cobra version dont have this limitation.

    Supported Firmwares:

    4.46CEX, 4.50CEX*, 4.50DEX, 4.53CEX, 4.55CEX, 4.60CEX*, 4.65CEX, 4.66CEX*.

    *: Limited support for this cfw, dont have features "get all process module prxid", "get module name by prxid" and "get module filename by prxid", they will be add in near future just need to update symbols.h with 2 missing symbols for this cfw.

    How to use it?

    !!! If you are on a cobra cfw you need to turn cobra off (see in webman, habib toolbox, ...) !!!
    • Download and install "ps3manager_api_mamba_launcher.pkg".
    • Run it, it will load all stuff and when its done you get back to the xmb (it take some times).
    • Done you can now use all features of MAMBA, PS3M_API and webMAN-MOD.

    Note: In mamba version change are not permanent if you want to re-use PS3M_API next time you reboot your ps3 your need to restart the launcher.

    COBRA version (Only Cobra CFW):

    Whats is it?

    The cobra version of PS3M_API will install an new stage2.bin with ps3mapi_core, and a modded version of webMAN-MOD 1.34.09 who include the server side for remote use of the api.

    !Use only on specified firmware, if not you will soft brick your ps3!

    Install and run the pkg this will install the new stage2.cex (based on Joonie source code) for Rebug 4.65.2 who include all features for ps3mapi. After that install the last version of webMAN-MOD to get all remote features working.

    NOTE: 4.66 HABIB COBRA v1.01 and 4.70 DARKNET COBRA already include PS3M_API but the older version 1.1.1, use the installer to update to version 1.2.

    If you install this update on 4.70 DARKNET COBRA 7.02 this will also update COBRA to version 7.03.

    How to use it?
    • Download and install "ps3manager_api_cobra_installer_xxx.pkg".
    • Run it, it will install the new stage2.bin and webman, if all is good your ps3 will reboot, if not it get back to xmb.
    • Done you can now use all features of PS3M_API.

    Note: Unlike the mamba version change are permanent (until you re-install your cfw), every time you boot your ps3 PS3M_API will be auto-load since it is integrate in cobra stage2.bin.

    Demo PC Tools:

    Whats is it?

    The demo tools is a PC Application who show all features of the PS3M_API who can be used remotely. If you want to build your own tools see above in this post.

    PS3 Manager API Demo Tools

    How to use it?
    • You need to have PS3M_API (MAMBA or COBRA version) runing on your ps3.
    • Download, extract the *.rar file, and run the demo tool.
    • Connect to your ps3 with this ip and do what you want.


    Version 1.0.2
    • Initial "stable" public release.

    PS3 Manager API v.1.1.1 Changelog:
    • Core: Improved check and disable syscall (now you can choose which syscall you want to check or disable).
    • Core: Add partial disable syscall 8 (4 mode: fully enabled, keep cobra/mamba/ps3m_api features, keep only ps3m_api features, fake disable).
    • Core: Better error management.
    • PS3 Lib, PC Lib, Demo PC Tools, Fake PS3Lib.dll updated to include new core change.
    • Server: webMAN-MOD 1.40.02 and more are compatible with this version.

    Improvements to Mamba Only:
    • Add syscall 11 (Full LV1 Peek unlike syscall8)
    • Mamba no more need to reload a self to get vsh process.
    • More cfw support up to 22 (cex+dex).


    For PS3 Plugin (vsh, game like modmenu, ...) and homebrew developers:

    You can use this library to easily use all features off PS3M_API in your in project, you can find it here:

    For PC Tools developers:

    You can use this source of the pc demo tools to build your, you can find it here:

    For All:

    You can find all source of everything in this thread here:

    Fake PS3Lib.dll (Compatibility with CCAPI tools):

    I have build an fake PS3Lib.dll (based on v4.4) you can use it with any CCAPI tools, it will force your tools to use PS3M_API instead of CCAPI. Not 100% of tools build for ccapi will work with this but it better than nothing, to have real support of ps3m_api the tools need be updated with ps3m_api_pc_lib.

    Download: Fake_PS3Lib.rar / PS3Lib v4.5 U.rar / PS3Lib Source Code

    I have updated PS3Lib v4.4 by iMCSx to add support for PS3M_API. You can now build or update your tools with support of all three API (TMAPI, CCAPI and PSMAPI) easily.

    Note: Fake PS3Lib.dll has been also updated to increase compatibility but for a real support you need to wait for some new tools who include a real support of PS3M_API.

    I will release ps3m_api for rebug 4.65.02 (cobra cex only) in the next few day (thx Joonie for share the source code).

    From sergiocg86: If, with the PS3 by connecting MANAGER API tool, which is not connected with the tool, or changing them with fakeps3lib.rar. All give the same error, I put the link in a tool for the check.

    Download: GTA V 1.20 by MoNsTeR.rar

    From _NzV_: I have updated Fake_PS3Lib.rar with an fix for this error, just copy the two dll of the archive in the same directory has your tools.

    Download: Fake_PS3Lib.rar

    Fake PS3Lib will support now more tools, i have fixed it for a lot of other tools include netcheat.

    webMAN-MOD [PS3M API]:

    You can always find the lasted official update of webMAN-MOD with PS3M_API Server (webftp_server_ps3mapi.sprx) here:

    VSH PRX Loader by U$er - v1.08 Mod by _NzV_

    Changes in VSH PRX Loader 1.08 (unofficial by NzV):
    • Added payload for 3.55CEX, 4.30CEX, 4.30DEX, 4.31CEX, 4.40CEX, 4.41CEX, 4.41DEX, 4.53DEX , 4.66CEX, 4.66DEX
    • Payload modified (add get_vsh_process() in the payload instead of the loader)
    • Now if cobra/mamba is detected the payload will be no more installed, and the loader will use cobra/mamba syscall8 instead to load plugins
    • Add success/error ring buzzer notification
    • If buzzer ring one time cobra/mamba was detect and used to load plugins, if buzzer ring two times cobra/mamba was not detected so the payload was used to load plugins, if buzzer ring three times an error as occurred

    Changes in VSH PRX Loader 1.08U (unofficial by NzV):

    New payloads files to extend the support to the following CFW versions:

    CEX: 3.55, 4.21, 4.30, 4.31, 4.40, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55, 4.60, 4.65, 4.66, 4.70
    DEX: 3.55, 4.21, 4.30, 4.40, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55, 4.65, 4.66
    • Payload modified (add get_vsh_process() in the payload instead of the loader)
    • Now if cobra/mamba is detected the payload will be no more installed, and the loader will use cobra/mamba syscall8 instead to load plugins
    • Add success/error ring buzzer notification
    • 1 Ring = Cobra/mamba was detect and used to load plugins
    • 2 Ring = Cobra/mamba was not detected so the payload was used to load plugins
    • 3 Ring = An error as occurred

    Changes in VSH PRX Loader 1.09 (unofficial by NzV)
    • Added support for 4.70 CEX

    Changes in VSH PRX Loader 1.10U (unofficial by Joonie)
    • Added support for 4.70 DEX

    Changes in VSH PRX Loader 1.12U (unofficial by Orion)

    Here is a new release of Prx Loader from me and the staff of leading compatibility with CFW 4.75 DEX.
    • Added compatibility with CFW 4.75 DEX

    Changes in VSH PRX Loader 1.12U (unofficial by NzV)
    • Added support for CFW 4.76CEX, 4.75DEX, 4.60DEX, 4.76DEX

    How to Use TMAPI with Rebug / Cobra On by 6R6SHLY

    Hi , my name is WALEED sorry for my bad english i am arab so .. now i can use Cobra and use TMAPI in the same time. i discovered this by accident when i was on Rebug 4.53.3 REX by Joonie and i tried to do it on Rebug 4.53.3 D-REX by Joonie and didn't work , why ? i don't know and when Rebug 4.65.2 come out , i tried it and worked again.

    So this is the steps:

    1. Go to "Rebug Toolbox" - "Toggle COBRA Mode" - "Disabled" - "press OK to reboot"
    2. Set your PS3 on "Debug Setting" - "System Software Mode" and restart your PS3 (if it's already on System Software Mode skip this step , if it's not , you have to disabled Cobra first and do this step )
    3. Go to "Rebug Toolbox" - "System Information" and make sure LV2 Kernal on DEX (if it's on CEX you can skip step 4)
    4. Go to "Rebug Toolbox" - "Swap LV2 Kernal" - "press OK to reboot"
    5. And now make sure "LV2 on CEX" and "Cobra turnd off" and your PS3 on "System Software Mode"
    6. Go to "Rebug Toolbox" - "Swap LV2 Kernal" - And now Press OK ONE TIME and when you see this: (System restart is required. Press OK to reboot) DO NOT PRESS OK
    7. Just press "PS button in the controller" and "Quit Game"
    8. Go back to "Rebug Toolbox" - "Toggle COBRA Mode" - "Enabled" - "press OK to reboot"

    You can turn off your PS3 any time , you don't have to do this again only one time, and everyone say you can't use TMAPI with Cobra ON , i think you can now! i tried to contact REBUG team and i didn't get any replies from them.

    This is work with:
    • Rebug 4.53.3 REX
    • Rebug 4.65.2 D-REX

    i don't know if this work on another CFW , i tried Rebug 4.53.3 D-REX and Rebug 4.65.1 D-REX and didn't work. i just want to help you guys and i want Rebug Team to see this, maybe they are can fix this on the next CFW.

    Finally, from _NzV_: I have "made" a new homebrew who do the same job as "MAMBA + PRX LOADER" by aldostools but it no more use prxloader.self to load vsh plugin, all necessary code to install mamba and load vsh plugin is in the same self now (since we no more need to reload a self to get vsh process for MAMBA).

    It include the last MAMBA update (with PS3M_API v1.2) and webMAN-MOD 1.41.30 (webftp_server_ps3mapi.sprx, commit: ce428978e3) / webftp_server_ps3mapi.sprx (v1.41.35 with my fix)

    I call this homebrew "MAMBA Loader" (if you have a better name or/and a logo i take it ^^), i removed the prx part because prxloader.self and is payload is no more used (vsh plugin are load with mamba).

    Most part of code of "MAMBA Loader" to install Iris ("sky") payload and MAMBA come from ManaGunZ v1.10 by Zar, it more easier to me understand it and keep only what i needs than IRISMAN by aldostools (Who is the base of MAMBA + PRX LOADER)

    Download: MAMBA_Loader.pkg / MAMBA_Loader.pkg (Mirror) / MAMBA_Loader_v101.pkg / MAMBA_AutoLoader_Installer_v1.pkg / MAMBA_AutoLoader_Updater.pkg (v1.1.0) / MAMBA_PRX_AutoLoader_Updater.v1.2.0.pkg / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.v1.5.pkg / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.v2.0.0.pkg / MAMBA / PRX Loader (+Autoloader) v2.10 / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.v2.1.1.pkg / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.v2.1.2.pkg / MAMBA_PRX_Loader.rar (v2.1.4) by Orion / GIT

    This homebrew install a new version of new_core who load MAMBA (with PS3M_API v1.2) and VSH plugins at boot (edit /dev_hdd0/mamba_plugins.txt to add or remove plugins). You can use it on non cobra cfw and cobra cfw (MAMBA will be load only when COBRA is toggled off).

    When you launch "Mamba AutoLoader Installer" (take avg. 10 seconds to load) if you earn one beep and your ps3 restart that means new_core was installed with success, if you get back to xmb an error as occurred.

    Note: If you have already new_core installed on your ps3 ("/dev_flash/sys/internal/sys_init_osd_orig.self" exist), you need to uninstall it first!

    Supported CFW:
    • CEX: 4.21, 4.30, 4.31, 4.40, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55, 4.60, 4.65, 4.66, 4.70
    • DEX: 4.21, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55, 4.65, 4.66
    • CEX and DEX 3.55 support is missing for now (like in ManaGunZ v1.10 by Zar).

    Core flags:

    3 flags (empty file placed in /dev_usb000/core_flags/ or /dev_usb001/core_flags/ or /dev_hdd0/tmp/core_flags/)
    • "verbose" write a detailed log in /dev_usb000 or dev_usb001 or dev_hdd0/tmp
    • "failsafe" dont load MAMBA payload and skip loading of vsh plugins.
    • "noprx" load MAMBA payload but skip loading of vsh plugins.

    I have tested it only on HABIB 4.70 COBRA 7.10 (cobra toggle off) for now it seem to work great, but if some one can test to it too and/or check my source code to see if everything is good (unneeded thinks? missing thinks ?).

    Updated to v1.5.0, and also renamed to "MAMBA/PRX Loader (+Autoloader)"

    Major change have been made since v1.1, v1.2 was more a test release (and share of code on my git for those who have interest in it), i don't want to call it "MAMBA/PRX Loader (+Autoloader) v1.3" to avoid confusion with "MAMBA/PRX Loader v1.3" (Who is discontinued like IRISMAN i think?) by aldostools and i prefer v1.5 than v1.4 so it will be "MAMBA/PRX Loader (+Autoloader) v1.5".

    MAMBA Loader v2.1.4 Changelog:
    • Add support for CFW 4.76CEX, 4.75DEX, 4.60DEX, 4.76DEX

    Nothing changed in code, only offsets are updated.

    Change log:
    • MAMBA updated Add support for mmCM


    Mamba PRX - LOADER v 2.1.4 + autoloader with support at 4.75 Dex by Orion

    The developer Orion has released a new version of Mamba PRX loader Developer nzv with the addition of payload 4.75 DEX.

    This tool offers all the great features of a CFW Cobra , except the start of ISO PS2 - PSP , on any normal CFW.

    • Added payload 4.75 dex


    MAMBA updated:
    • Add support for NetIso (like COBRA)


    MAMBA updated:
    • Add support for discless (bdmirror) mode with JB format game (dynamic patch of libfs.sprx like COBRA)
    • Enable opcode "SYSCALL8_OPCODE_AIO_COPY_ROOT"
    • Add support for 4.70DEX
    • Code improvement and cleaning
    • Add remove LV2 memory protection for all rebug cfw bellow 4.53
    • Add support for 4.70DEX
    • MAMBA/PRX Loader payload updated: add an opcode to check if its really loaded
    • Loader and Autoloader will now check if MAMBA/PRX Loader payload is truly installed

    • MAMBA/PRX Loader has now is own payload to load MAMBA instead of using Iris (sky) payload. The new payload will load MAMBA as the same way was stage2.bin on COBRA CFW.
    • sys_init_osd.self (Autoloader) is no more firmware specific (payloads are no more embedded in it)
    • sys_init_osd.self (Autoloader) will now clear the memory used by COBRA stage1 (if a COBRA CFW is detected and only when cobra was toggled off)

    v1.5.0 (since v1.1):
    • Add PRX Loader payload to load VSH plugins if MAMBA is disabled by user or unsupported by firmware
    • No more use of code from ManaGunZ from Zar to load Iris (sky) payload, it use the original way now (not an "universal" code for all firmware)
    • MAMBA/PRX Loader and MAMBA/PRX Autoloader merged in the same homebrew
    • Many other minor improvements

    • Add load of VSH plugins with prx loader payload if flag "mamba_off" is set

    • Fixed flag error.
    • Fixed log error.

    How to use it after system boot:
    • Launch "MAMBA/PRX Loader"
    • It will load MAMBA and VSH plugins, when it does you will get back to xmb and ear one beep if no error has occurred, if you earn more beep an error has occurred (see log: /dev_hdd/tmp/MAMBA_PRX_Loader.log)

    Note: If you want to load only MAMBA and no VSH plugins hold L1 when "MAMBA/PRX Loader" start.
    if you want to load only VSH plugins and no MAMBA (PRX Loader will be used) hold R1 when "MAMBA/PRX Loader" start.

    How to use it at system boot (Autoloader):
    • Launch "MAMBA/PRX Loader"
    • Hold CROSS to install "MAMBA/PRX Autoloader" to your PS3, when it does you will ear one beep if no error has occurred and your ps3 will restart it self, if you earn more beep an error has occurred (see log: /dev_hdd/tmp/MAMBA_PRX_Loader.log) and you will get back to xmb.
    • Hold SQUARE to uninstall "MAMBA/PRX Autoloader" from your PS3, when it does you will earn one beep if no error has occurred, if you earn more beep an error has occurred (see log: /dev_hdd/tmp/MAMBA_PRX_Loader.log)

    Boot flags (can be placed in /dev_usb000/core_flags/ or /dev_usb001/core_flags/
    or /dev_hdd0/tmp/core_flags/):
    • "failsafe" Start in normal mode (MAMBA and VSH plugins are not loaded)
    • "mamba_off" Don't load MAMBA (PRX Loader will be used instead of MAMBA to load VSH plugins)
    • "noplugins" Don't load VSH plugins at boot
    • "verbose" Enable log and write it in /dev_usb000 or /dev_usb001 or /dev_hdd0

    Supported CFW:
    • CEX: 3.55, 4.21, 4.30, 4.31, 4.40, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55, 4.60, 4.65, 4.66, 4.70
    • DEX: 3.55, 4.21, 4.30*, 4.41, 4.46, 4.50, 4.53, 4.55, 4.65, 4.66

    *: 4.30DEX don't support MAMBA, but support load of VSH plugins trough PRX Loader.

    VSH plugins:

    Load with MAMBA:
    • To add or remove VSH plugins it is necessary to edit /dev_hdd0/mamba_plugins.txt

    Load with PRX Loader (only if MAMBA is disabled or unsupported):
    • To add or remove VSH plugins it is necessary to edit /dev_hdd0/prx_plugins.txt

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  2. #32
    said780 Guest
    is this the new psnope which works in cfw 4.65 debug?

  3. #33
    toolazy Guest
    just new to the prx loader thing, and I have a question:

    is there a newer version for install_core.pkg/sm.self ? the only one I can find comes with v1.04U, and a newer version is mentioned but I can not for the life of me find download links for them.

    I'm on rebug 4.65 with cobra disabled (because destiny hates cobra), and I'd like for prx loader to auto start so I can use sen enabler support immediately, which currently works fine, but I have to start prx loader manually every time, so should I use the install_core.pkg from 1.04U (which is before 4.65 was launched) or is there a newer version ?

    Also, is the Prx Mamba loader an alternative solution in my case ? I don't need webman, but if it can auto-load plugins on startup, I'll be just as happy.

    Thanks for the great work you guys, I use many apps by aldo and they have saved my life countless times and made my life easier, and the continuous support for Prx loader by tpryor is just as great.

  4. #34
    Join Date
    Apr 2005

    Embedding Applications to App_home with Cobra / Mamba

    The latest PSNope is here:

    The latest PSX Loader updates (v1.06u, v1.07, etc) are here:

    I generally update the last news article with the latest versions if some come out between news articles... mainly as I don't create a separate article for every version since some only contain minor changes, etc.

    Also from haxxxen comes details on embedding apps with Cobra / Mamba, as follows:

    I was messing around lately with rogero's way of embedding his toolbox into his cfws and came to conclusion, that this is a neat way of having apps ready from the start.. so maybe for the next cobra/mamba releases (especially rebug, to include toolbox into devflash instead of pkg) an addition to consider.

    With cobra or mamba you can easily remap app_home to any other location, so why not include this to embedd an application like toolbox for rebug firmwares?

    I have tried it now on rebug with toolbox and it works great (already was mentioned in cobra readme)

    for cobra or mamba just add in main.c under main thread (example for rebug):
    map_path("/app_home", "/dev_flash/rebug/packages", 0);
    If you now extract toolbox pkg in "dev_flash/rebug/packages/PS3_GAME", it will mount toolbox to app_home with cobra/mamba active.

    Note: the only disadvantage and limit here is the limited freespace you can have in devflash and after mounting game you have to restart ps3 to have the app mounted on app_home. This only works with retail signed selfs of course.

    There is also another way of "hard-patching" it into lv2 the way rogero has done it. this will always have the app mounted on app_home. disadvantage here is, it will overwrite a specific array of debug strings which are valuable for debugging.

    Here is the code i have tried with webman based on 4.21 (ported from rogero cfw):
    			pokeq(0x80000000002D9718ULL, 0x480297007C0802A6);                       -> branch to devflash string (fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +   0, 0xF821FF617C0802A6);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +   8, 0xFB810080FBA10088);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  16, 0xFBE10098FB410070);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  24, 0xFB610078F80100B0);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  32, 0x7C9C23787C7D1B78);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  40, 0x3BE000017BFFF806);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  48, 0x67E4003060842E8C);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  56, 0x38A000024BD4F1A5);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  64, 0x2823000040820028);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  72, 0x67FF003063FF2E9C);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  80, 0xE87F000028230000);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  88, 0x41820014E87F0008);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL +  96, 0x389D00094BD4F129);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 104, 0xEBBF00007FA3EB78);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 112, 0x4BFD68B82F617070);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 120, 0x5F686F6D65000000);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 128, 0x0000000080000000);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 136, 0x00302EAC80000000);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 144, 0x00302EC52F646576);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 152, 0x5F666C6173682F72);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 160, 0x656275672F706163);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 168, 0x6B61676573005053);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 176, 0x335F47414D452F55);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 184, 0x53524449522F4542);
    			pokeq(0x8000000000302E18ULL + 192, 0x4F4F542E42494E00);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002C2558ULL, 0x480261487C0802A6);                       -> branch to devflash string (fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +   0, 0xF821FF617C0802A6);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +   8, 0xFB810080FBA10088);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  16, 0xFBE10098FB410070);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  24, 0xFB610078F80100B0);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  32, 0x7C9C23787C7D1B78);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  40, 0x3BE000017BFFF806);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  48, 0x67E4002E60848714);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  56, 0x38A000024BD6602D);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  64, 0x2823000040820028);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  72, 0x67FF002E63FF8724);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  80, 0xE87F000028230000);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  88, 0x41820014E87F0008);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL +  96, 0x389D00094BD65FB1);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 104, 0xEBBF00007FA3EB78);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 112, 0x4BFD9E702F617070);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 120, 0x5F686F6D65000000);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 128, 0x0000000080000000);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 136, 0x002E873480000000);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 144, 0x002E874D2F646576);               ->(fw dependent)
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 152, 0x5F666C6173682F72);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 160, 0x656275672F706163);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 168, 0x6B61676573005053);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 176, 0x335F47414D452F55);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 184, 0x53524449522F4542);
    			pokeq(0x80000000002E86A0ULL + 192, 0x4F4F542E42494E00);
    seg001:002D9718 sub_2D9718:                             # CODE XREF: sub_1A01AC+70p
    seg001:002D9718                                         # sub_1A01AC+ACp ...
    seg001:002D9718                 b         sub_302E18
    seg002:00302E18                 stdu      r1, -0xA0(r1)
    seg002:00302E1C                 mfspr   r0, LR
    seg002:00302E20                 std       r28, 0xA0+var_20(r1)
    seg002:00302E24                 std       r29, 0xA0+var_18(r1)
    seg002:00302E28                 std       r31, 0xA0+var_8(r1)
    seg002:00302E2C                 std       r26, 0xA0+var_30(r1)
    seg002:00302E30                 std       r27, 0xA0+var_28(r1)
    seg002:00302E34                 std       r0, 0xA0+arg_10(r1)
    seg002:00302E38                 mr        r28, r4
    seg002:00302E3C                 mr        r29, r3
    seg002:00302E40                 li        r31, 1
    seg002:00302E44                 sldi      r31, r31, 63
    seg002:00302E48                 oris      r4, r31, 0x30
    seg002:00302E4C                 ori       r4, r4, 0x2E8C
    seg002:00302E50                 li        r5, 2
    seg002:00302E54                 bl        sub_51FF8
    seg002:00302E58                 cmpldi    r3, 0
    seg002:00302E5C                 bne       loc_302E84
    seg002:00302E60                 oris      r31, r31, 0x30
    seg002:00302E64                 ori       r31, r31, 0x2E9C
    seg002:00302E68                 ld        r3, 0(r31)
    seg002:00302E6C                 cmpldi    r3, 0
    seg002:00302E70                 beq       loc_302E84
    seg002:00302E74                 ld        r3, 8(r31)
    seg002:00302E78                 addi      r4, r29, 9
    seg002:00302E7C                 bl        sub_51FA4
    seg002:00302E80                 ld        r29, 0(r31)
    seg002:00302E84 loc_302E84:                             # CODE XREF: sub_302E18+44j
    seg002:00302E84                                         # sub_302E18+58j
    seg002:00302E84                 mr        r3, r29
    seg002:00302E88                 b         loc_2D9740
    seg002:00302E88 # End of function sub_302E18
    seg002:00302E88 # ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    seg002:00302E8C aApp_home:      .string "/app_home"
    seg002:00302E8C                 .byte 0
    seg002:00302E96                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E97                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E98                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E99                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E9A                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E9B                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E9C                 .byte 0x80 # 
    seg002:00302E9D                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E9E                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302E9F                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302EA0                 .long aDev_flashReb_0   # "/dev_flash/rebug/packages"
    seg002:00302EA4                 .byte 0x80 # 
    seg002:00302EA5                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302EA6                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302EA7                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302EA8                 .byte    0
    seg002:00302EA9                 .byte 0x30 # 0
    seg002:00302EAA                 .byte 0x2E # .
    seg002:00302EAB                 .byte 0xC5 # +
    seg002:00302EAC aDev_flashReb_0:.string "/dev_flash/rebug/packages"
    seg002:00302EAC                                         # DATA XREF: seg002:00302EA0o
    seg002:00302EAC                 .byte 0
    seg002:00302EC6                 .align 2
    seg001:002C2558 sub_2C2558:                             # CODE XREF: sub_199ED8+70p
    seg001:002C2558                                         # sub_199ED8+ACp ...
    seg001:002C2558                 b         sub_2E86A0
    seg002:002E86A0                 stdu      r1, -0xA0(r1)
    seg002:002E86A4                 mfspr   r0, LR
    seg002:002E86A8                 std       r28, 0xA0+var_20(r1)
    seg002:002E86AC                 std       r29, 0xA0+var_18(r1)
    seg002:002E86B0                 std       r31, 0xA0+var_8(r1)
    seg002:002E86B4                 std       r26, 0xA0+var_30(r1)
    seg002:002E86B8                 std       r27, 0xA0+var_28(r1)
    seg002:002E86BC                 std       r0, 0xA0+arg_10(r1)
    seg002:002E86C0                 mr        r28, r4
    seg002:002E86C4                 mr        r29, r3
    seg002:002E86C8                 li        r31, 1
    seg002:002E86CC                 sldi      r31, r31, 63
    seg002:002E86D0                 oris      r4, r31, 0x2E
    seg002:002E86D4                 ori       r4, r4, 0x8714
    seg002:002E86D8                 li        r5, 2
    seg002:002E86DC                 bl        sub_4E708
    seg002:002E86E0                 cmpldi    r3, 0
    seg002:002E86E4                 bne       loc_2E870C
    seg002:002E86E8                 oris      r31, r31, 0x2E
    seg002:002E86EC                 ori       r31, r31, 0x8724
    seg002:002E86F0                 ld        r3, 0(r31)
    seg002:002E86F4                 cmpldi    r3, 0
    seg002:002E86F8                 beq       loc_2E870C
    seg002:002E86FC                 ld        r3, 8(r31)
    seg002:002E8700                 addi      r4, r29, 9
    seg002:002E8704                 bl        sub_4E6B4
    seg002:002E8708                 ld        r29, 0(r31)
    seg002:002E870C loc_2E870C:                             # CODE XREF: sub_2E86A0+44j
    seg002:002E870C                                         # sub_2E86A0+58j
    seg002:002E870C                 mr        r3, r29
    seg002:002E8710                 b         loc_2C2580
    seg002:002E8710 # End of function sub_2E86A0
    seg002:002E8710 # ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    seg002:002E8714 aApp_home:      .string "/app_home"
    seg002:002E8714                 .byte 0
    seg002:002E871E                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E871F                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8720                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8721                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8722                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8723                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8724                 .byte 0x80 # 
    seg002:002E8725                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8726                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8727                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8728                 .long aDev_flashReb_0   # "/dev_flash/rebug/packages"
    seg002:002E872C                 .byte 0x80 # 
    seg002:002E872D                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E872E                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E872F                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8730                 .byte    0
    seg002:002E8731                 .byte 0x2E # .
    seg002:002E8732                 .byte 0x87 # 
    seg002:002E8733                 .byte 0x4D # M
    seg002:002E8734 aDev_flashReb_0:.string "/dev_flash/rebug/packages"
    seg002:002E8734                                         # DATA XREF: seg002:002E8728o
    seg002:002E8734                 .byte 0
    seg002:002E874E                 .align 4
    Finally, Orion has made available an app_home/PS3_GAME App Loader Plugin for those interested!

  5. #35
    cammi Guest
    cool, how do I download this?

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by cammi View Post
    cool, how do I download this?
    See here:

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