whoa, that would be great!
Actually, since this group released the source, we can use it to make installers for XML and eventually other firmware hacks, which is decidedly *not* pointless, since poking the flash by hand is pretty dangerous unless you know what you're doing.
That being said, the tool itself is redundant. If they'd released a static library to let us easily integrate the magic that would have been much more useful - something I'll probably do now that I have a reference implementation.
unless you're a noob that always destroys stuff while navigating and copying/pasting files in a file-system. and let's face it, the noob to developer ratio is rather unproportional in favor of the noobs.
Great app, it will sure help to make a CFW some day. Thanks to all Devs working hard on this projects.
i never said the source is useless. i'm saying its useless in comparison to the other one
geez, calm down people.
Yes, I think the description is slightly misleading, It may make people think they are not actually modifying thier real dev_flash. In reality this is very similar to the mount alejandro app, except with source.
sooner or later a fully cfw, like happened to psp, will come out for ps3. I don't mind waiting a couple of years for that. the hack ps3 scene has just been born and it is growing really fast.
Can anyone explain what the pokes to the kernel do? I compared my lv2 kernel with the changes applied by this app:
I compared my original level2 kernel with the patches posted above:
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I don't have an asm/disasm to check the opcodes, but it will be much appreciated if anyone can find more info on this.