Thread: Who has a working infectus?
Can someone post a link showing that it was actually sony that pressured the infectus team to shut down? Although, no one can ever under estimate Sony when they are willing to cripple their own device.
I stopped buying sony products for that reason. I used to love sony, but time after time they have proven what kind of dickheads they really are.
The missing 5V tolerance shouldn't be a problem since all PS3 flashes operate at 3.0V or 3.3V, only the HN58X serial EEPROM could be 5V supplied, I don't know yet.
I'm glad i read this. i was just about to order one to get my OtherOS back. >.<
I've chosen this one: http://www2.mouser.com/ProductDetail...Pomki/wlBZYrgT
this is basically same hardware of Infectus and you have a lot of capabilites for wire tapping buses, generate short signals for the exploit etc.
I have Infectus but it doesn't work anytime. It's read only 1 bank of flash and I don't know why this is.
I connect Infectus 4 or 5 times and doesn't work and now it says end of life.
That is strange because the AGLN-Z-NANO-KIT ($49) isn't that old. Also on Actel's site there is no hint that it is discontinued
Furthermore they announce AGLN-NANO-KIT for Q3/2010 ($99). Maybe that ist going to superseed the -Z kit. As long as this is on stock it is a bargain to grab the kit for $49 in my oppinion. Otherwise the $99 kit or the $149 ICICLE kit is a bit too expensive.
since many weeks i tried to read the flash of my PS3 NAND with v3.15. I bought an Infectus2, but didn't get it working. Although i got all pins connected to the NAND(s) the Infectus2 never recognized the PS3 NAND...
I even got two shortcuts at the NANDs which broke the firmware. But the recovery menu was still working so i could write it propper again. The shortcut resulted in a non-bootable PS3, which blinked yellow a few times and then turned off.
Just an info! If anyone has detailed questions (on how i failed ) just ask me.